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Independence in Central America and Chiapas, 1770-1823 /
edited by Aaron Pollack ; translated by Nancy T. Hancock.
imprint
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2019]
description
xxi, 256 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN
0806162791, 9780806162799
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imprint
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2019]
isbn
0806162791
9780806162799
contents note
By way of introduction to Central American independence: a brief historical and historiographical overview / Aaron Pollack -- Representing sovereignty in oath-taking ceremonies: the Kingdom of Guatemala, 1790-1812 / Sajid Alfredo Herrera Mena -- The Costa Rican Concordia Compact, 1821-1823: a view of independence from a constitutionalist perspective / Pablo Augusto Rodríguez Solano -- Theaters of power in 1821: swearing loyalty to independence in the province of Guatemala / Xiomara Avendaño Rojas -- Bourbon reforms and enlightenment in Chiapas, 1758-1808 / Christophe Belaubre -- Local powers and popular resistance in Nicaragua, 1808-1813 / Elizet Payne Iglesias -- Totonicapán, 1820: one of the tips of the iceberg? / Aaron Pollack -- The myth of Bustamantine terror / Timothy Hawkins.
general note
Translated from the Spanish.
Translation of: La época de las independencias en Centroamérica y Chiapas : procesos políticos y sociales.
abstract
"A collection of essays considering themes of power, rebellion, sovereignty, and resistance throughout the Kingdom of Guatemala beginning in the late eighteenth century and ending with independence from Spain and the debate surrounding the decision to join the Mexican Empire"--
catalogue key
12320246
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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