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date: 24 May 2019

The Colonial Mosaic of Indigenous New Spain, 1519–1821 

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mexican History and Culture
Author(s):
Susan KelloggSusan Kellogg

The ethnic differences that existed as Europeans encountered and colonized non-European peoples have proven very persistent. They provide the basis for political and cultural fault lines relevant to many political struggles within and between postcolonial nation-states throughout the world. Also true for Mesoamerica, the “many Mexicos” that Lesley Byrd Simpson observed for the 19th and 20th centuries can also be seen as “many New Spains” for the colonial period.... ...

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