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eBook The Frontier Mission and Social Transformation in Western Honduras: The Order of Our Lady of Mercy, 1525-1773 (Studies in Christian Mission) ePub

by Nancy Johnson Black

  • ISBN: 9004102191
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  • Author: Nancy Johnson Black
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill (August 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 194
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9004102191 (ISBN13: 9789004102194).

by Nancy Johnson Black. The Frontier Mission and Social Transformation in Western Honduras deals with the interaction between Mercedarian missionaries and the indigenous Lenca Indian population of western Honduras during the early sixteenth to mid-eighteenth centuries. Using an anthropological perspective, it relies heavily on previously neglected ecclesiastical archival material in conjunction with preliminary archaeological evidence as an integral source of data.

BRILL, 1995 - Religion - 194 pages. The Frontier Mission and Social Transformation in Western Honduras" deals with the interaction between Mercedarian missionaries and the indigenous Lenca Indian population of western Honduras during the early sixteenth to mid-eighteenth centuries

Nancy Johnson Black (1997). Brill Academic Pub. p. 85.

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by Nancy Johnson Black; Indian Payment in Kind: The Sixteenth-Century Encomiendas of Guatemala. by Lawrence H. Feldman; Guatemala in the Spanish Colonial Period. by Oakah L. Jones, J. Encomienda Politics in Early Colonial Guatemala, 1524-1544: Dividing the Spoils. by Wendy Kramer; Demography and Empire: A Guide to the Population History of Spanish Central America, 1500-1821.

Black, Nancy Johnson. 14. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -189) and index. Rubrics: Missions Honduras History Lenca Indians. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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The Frontier Mission and Social Transformation in Western Honduras deals with the interaction between Mercedarian missionaries and the indigenous Lenca Indian population of western Honduras during the early sixteenth to mid-eighteenth centuries. Using an anthropological perspective, it relies heavily on previously neglected ecclesiastical archival material in conjunction with preliminary archaeological evidence as an integral source of data.A fine-grained description of the local processes of missionization in a frontier region examines the organization, operation and goals of the Mercedarian mission province located in the colonial Audiencia of Guatemala. Summary data concerning aspects of Lenca society and physical environment relevant to investigation of mission activities are provided.The importance of this study lies in its ability to explain mission development in frontier settings as well as to trace transformations within a mission order over almost a 250-year period.