The Origins of Bourbon Reform in Spanish South America, 1700-1763

The Origins of Bourbon Reform in Spanish South America, 1700-1763

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This book presents one of the first detailed analyses of the first six decades of Bourbon rule in Spanish America (1700-1763). Based on a wealth of archival sources in Spain and Peru and on a body of historical research that has transformed our understanding of this period in just the past few years, it turns existing interpretations on their heads, staking a claim for the significance of the early Bourbon era within the broad sweep of Spanish colonial history. Above all, it argues that the much better-known late-Bourbon program of reforms for the American colonies, associated primarily with the reign of the 'great reformer-king' Charles III, cannot be understood without reference to the half-century that preceded his accession to the Spanish throne.JosAc del Campillo y CossAso (Manuel Ballesteros Gaibrois, ed.) ... Bourbon Government inthe Viceroyalty of Peru, 1700a€“1759, a€ Unpublished PhD dissertation, University ofLiverpool, 1998, pp. ... RelaciA³n y documentos de gobierno del Virrey del PerAo, JosAc Antonio Mansode Velasco, Conde de Superunda (1745a€“1761)anbsp;...

Title:The Origins of Bourbon Reform in Spanish South America, 1700-1763
Author: Adrian J. Pearce
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-08-20

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