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The Resource Situado and sabana : Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida, Amy Turner Bushnell ; with a foreword by David Hurst Thomas

Situado and sabana : Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida, Amy Turner Bushnell ; with a foreword by David Hurst Thomas

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Situado and sabana : Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida
Title
Situado and sabana
Title remainder
Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida
Statement of responsibility
Amy Turner Bushnell ; with a foreword by David Hurst Thomas
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
GAC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Archaeology of Mission Santa Catalina de Guale
  • Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History,
Series volume
  • no. 3
  • no. 74
Label
Situado and sabana : Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida, Amy Turner Bushnell ; with a foreword by David Hurst Thomas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 214-234) and index
Contents
  • Pacification
  • Conquest by contract
  • Royal support of the presidio.
  • The adelantamiento
  • The situado solution
  • Royal support of the missionaries.
  • The Franciscan order
  • Travel grants
  • Stipends
  • Allowances
  • The pursuit of paradigm.
  • Rations
  • Early conquests and pacifications.
  • The conquest of Guale
  • The northern border
  • The pacification of Central Florida
  • Royal support of the doctrinas.
  • The demands of decent worship
  • Grants to native churches
  • Producing religious supplies
  • Royal support of the Spanish parish.
  • A mission typology
  • The Parish and benefice of St. Augustine
  • Building grants and endowments
  • Holy day and altar allowances
  • Learning the doctrine.
  • Indoctrination
  • The services of the church
  • Day schools and boarding schools
  • Royal support of the Caciques.
  • Hispanicizing the native elite
  • The Indian situado
  • The borderlands paradigm
  • Native support of the convent.
  • The Sabana system
  • The service of the convent
  • Transportation
  • Gifts and assessments
  • Native support of the presidio.
  • Service towns and client communities
  • The labor repartimiento
  • Compulsory sales
  • Expansion, development, and resistance.
  • The peripheries paradigm
  • Provinces on the gulf
  • Mid-century rebellions
  • The coming of Carolina.
  • Santa Catalina de la Frontera
  • Building the castillo
  • Taking stock
  • The loss of St. Catherines island
  • The great corn controversy.
  • Regalism and reforms
  • Showdown on the Sapelo island
  • Royal policies for the peripheries.
  • The governor's file on friars
  • The Guale buffer zone.
  • Seasons of pirates
  • Raids and reprisals
  • Sojourn at Santa Maria.
  • The unbuilt tower
  • Visitors
  • Rumors of war
  • Conflict and ceremony at the presidio.
  • Creating and handling crises
  • War on Corsairs
  • Crown catholicism
  • The refugee pueblos.
  • The end of the provinces
  • Under the guns of the fort
  • The context of secularization.
  • A bishop in residence
  • The military base
  • The doctrinas dissolved
  • A paradigm for maritime peripheries.
  • Periodizaiton
  • Private investment
  • The Spanish Florida model
  • Secularization
Control code
31473270
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
249 pages
Isbn
9780820317120
Note
Library{u2019}s copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Items laid in: 1 notecard listing pages marked with post-it notes; 1 copied book catalog page. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Label
Situado and sabana : Spain's support system for the presidio and mission provinces of Florida, Amy Turner Bushnell ; with a foreword by David Hurst Thomas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 214-234) and index
Contents
  • Pacification
  • Conquest by contract
  • Royal support of the presidio.
  • The adelantamiento
  • The situado solution
  • Royal support of the missionaries.
  • The Franciscan order
  • Travel grants
  • Stipends
  • Allowances
  • The pursuit of paradigm.
  • Rations
  • Early conquests and pacifications.
  • The conquest of Guale
  • The northern border
  • The pacification of Central Florida
  • Royal support of the doctrinas.
  • The demands of decent worship
  • Grants to native churches
  • Producing religious supplies
  • Royal support of the Spanish parish.
  • A mission typology
  • The Parish and benefice of St. Augustine
  • Building grants and endowments
  • Holy day and altar allowances
  • Learning the doctrine.
  • Indoctrination
  • The services of the church
  • Day schools and boarding schools
  • Royal support of the Caciques.
  • Hispanicizing the native elite
  • The Indian situado
  • The borderlands paradigm
  • Native support of the convent.
  • The Sabana system
  • The service of the convent
  • Transportation
  • Gifts and assessments
  • Native support of the presidio.
  • Service towns and client communities
  • The labor repartimiento
  • Compulsory sales
  • Expansion, development, and resistance.
  • The peripheries paradigm
  • Provinces on the gulf
  • Mid-century rebellions
  • The coming of Carolina.
  • Santa Catalina de la Frontera
  • Building the castillo
  • Taking stock
  • The loss of St. Catherines island
  • The great corn controversy.
  • Regalism and reforms
  • Showdown on the Sapelo island
  • Royal policies for the peripheries.
  • The governor's file on friars
  • The Guale buffer zone.
  • Seasons of pirates
  • Raids and reprisals
  • Sojourn at Santa Maria.
  • The unbuilt tower
  • Visitors
  • Rumors of war
  • Conflict and ceremony at the presidio.
  • Creating and handling crises
  • War on Corsairs
  • Crown catholicism
  • The refugee pueblos.
  • The end of the provinces
  • Under the guns of the fort
  • The context of secularization.
  • A bishop in residence
  • The military base
  • The doctrinas dissolved
  • A paradigm for maritime peripheries.
  • Periodizaiton
  • Private investment
  • The Spanish Florida model
  • Secularization
Control code
31473270
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
249 pages
Isbn
9780820317120
Note
Library{u2019}s copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Items laid in: 1 notecard listing pages marked with post-it notes; 1 copied book catalog page. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps

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