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The Portuguese Slave Trade to Spanish Manila: 1580–1640
Catarina de San Juan was a slave woman who was brought to the Philippines in the 1610s on her way to Mexico, where she became a beata of great renown. Her experiences in the slave markets of CochinExpand
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Asian Slaves in Colonial Mexico: From Chinos to Indians
Introduction 1. Catarina de San Juan: China slave and popular saint 2. The diversity and reach of the Manila slave market 3. The rise and fall of the transpacific slave trade 4. Chinos in MexicoExpand
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The Persistence of the slave market in seventeenth-century Central Mexico
ABSTRACT This study, based on an extensive notarial database, demonstrates the significance of slavery in Central Mexico during the seventeenth century. Thousands of bills of sale from Mexico CityExpand
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Inns, mules, and hardtack for the voyage: the local economy of the Manila Galleon in Mexico
This article argues that, in Mexico, the Manila Galleon fostered local manufacturing, promoted regional trade networks, and enabled Indians and people of mixed ancestry to participate in a monetizedExpand
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Contents Vol. 134, 2004
Chinos in Mexico City: Slave Labor and Liberty