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Review: Interpreting Peruvian Colonial History
Reviewed Works: Guaman Poma: Writing and Resistance in Colonial Peru. by Rolena Adorno; Crisis and Decline: The Viceroyalty of Peru in the Seventeenth Century. by Kenneth J. Andrien; Miners of the Red Mountain: Indian Labor in Potosi, 1545-1650. by Peter Bakewell; Bourbons and Brandy: Imperial Reform in Eighteenth-Century Arequipa. by Kendall W. Brown; The Potosi Mita, 1573-1700: Compulsory Indian Labor in the Andes. by Jeffrey A. Cole; Demographic Collapse: Indian Peru, 1520-1620. by David Cook; The People of the Colca Valley: A Population Study. by David Cook; Landowners in Colonial Peru. by Keith A. Davies; Provincial Patriarchs: Land Tenure and the Economics of Power in Colonial Peru. by Susan E. Ramirez
Review by: Michael J. Gonzales
Latin American Research Review
Vol. 23, No. 3 (1988), pp. 199-212
Published by: The Latin American Studies Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2503434
Page Count: 14
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