Indigenous elites stood at the intersection of political subjugation and cultural survival in Spanish and Portuguese America. Over more than three centuries they acted as intermediaries between their communities and outsiders, as defenders before the law, and even as collaborators with local… Read More Survival and Subjugation in Colonial Latin America
“Volcán de Pacaya y Terrenos Adyacentes: ‘Golpe de Vista Que Ha Pintado Un Curioso y Demuestra El Bolcán Desde El Paraxe No 1 En Que Se Puso a Reconocerlo.’” Guatemala, July 26, 1775. MP-GUATEMALA, 315. Archivo General de Indias.