- Thornton, J. K.
The early eighteenth century witnessed the rise to power of the Miskitu Zambos within the Miskitu Kingdom on the Caribbean coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. The Zambos were the offspring of African slaves from a pirated slave ship and the indigenous i- Lentz, M.
Although indigenous languages elsewhere in the Americas declined during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, in eighteenth-century Yucatan fluency and literacy in Yucatec Maya became more common among castas and creoles. During the later coTo Govern the Church: Autonomy and the Consequences of Self-Determination for the Brotherhood of Saint Efigenia and Saint Elesbao of Black Men of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1888-1890- Monroe, A. L.
This essay examines a conflict between the Brotherhood of Saint Efigênia and Saint Elesbão of Black Men and the Diocese of São Paulo over access to the Church of Saint Efigênia, which led to ecclesial proceedings and the brotherhood's unpreceden- Young, K. A.
After the 1952 Bolivian Revolution, oil assumed an increasingly important role in Bolivia's economy and popular consciousness. Oil nationalists were deeply divided, however. While the Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario (MNR) regime sought ec