|Statement||S. Lyman Tyler, editor and compiler.|
|Series||Western civilization and native peoples, Occasional papers / American West Center, University of Utah -- no. 16., Western civilization and native peoples, Occasional papers (University of Utah. American West Center) -- no. 16.|
|Contributions||Tyler, S. Lyman., Spain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxv, 479 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||479|
THE WEST INDIAN SLAVE LAWS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. THE WEST INDIAN SLAVE LAWS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. THEWest Indian slave laws of the eighteenth century mirror the society that created them. They reflect the political traditions of the European colonizers and the political necessities of a way of life based upon plantation Size: 1MB. In , due to the constant protests of Las Casas and others, the Council of the Indies wrote and King Charles V enacted the New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians. The New Laws abolished Indian slavery and also ended the encomienda system. Laws of the Indies, the entire body of law promulgated by the Spanish crown during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries for the government of its kingdoms (colonies) outside Europe, chiefly in the Americas; more specifically, a series of collections of decrees (cedulas) compiled and published by royal authorization, culminating in the Recopilación de las leyes de los reinos de Indias (). THE LAWS OF THE INDIES “El Orden que se ha de Thener en Descubrir y Poblar”, transcripción de las Ordenanzas de descubrimiento, nuevo población y pacificación de las Indias dadas por Felipe II, el 13 de julio de , en el Bosque de Segovia, según el original que se conserva en el Archivo General de Indias de Size: KB.
The Laws of the Indies defined three kinds of settlements and divided society into four social classes. How did the Laws of the Indies regulate life in New Spain? American Indians worked in gold & silver under harsh conditions. The Control and Treatment of Slaves Slavery and the law Between and the slave population of the Caribbean rose from under 50 to well over 1 Around the middle of this period in , a year for which reasonably accurate figures are available, some slaves were distributed among the possessions of five European. I'm West Indian, and I've researched this topic quite a bit before I added labels to my identify. To be considered West Indian, means that you're a citizen of a country that was once colonized by England in the Western hemisphere. To be consid. The United States entered the scene in the late 19th cent. and is the region's dominate economic influence. Spain lost its last possession in the West Indies after the Spanish-American War (), and most of the former British possessions gained independence in the s and 70s (see West Indies Federation). Bibliography.
Bartoleme de Las Casas – A Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies () The Indies were discovered in the year one thousand four hundred and ninety-two. In the following year a great many Spaniards went there with the intention of settling the land. Council of the Indies, Spanish Consejo De Indias, supreme governing body of Spain’s colonies in America (–). Composed of between 6 and 10 councillors appointed by the king, the council prepared and issued all legislation governing the colonies in the king’s name, approved all important acts and expenditures by colonial officials, and acted as a court of last resort in civil suits. Anthony Trollope ( - ): The West Indies and the Spanish Main.(Elibron Classics Replica Edition), Seiten. Dieser Faksimile-Druck der Ausgabe von (Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz) wurde in Polen gedruckt und weist praktisch keine Mängel auf, sieht man einmal von den etwas ungewohnt geformten Druckbuchstaben ab, die hin und wieder das Lesen by: The resulting book, The West Indies, demonstrates impressively the potential of environmental history." Times Literary Supplement "David Watts has managed to capture both the complexity and the simplicity of Caribbean development and weave them together in a remarkable study that covers the region as a whole over the entire span of its modern 5/5(1).