Confraternities and popular conservatism on the frontier: Mexico’s Sierra del Nayarit in the nineteenth century

@article{Oosterhout2014ConfraternitiesAP,
  title={Confraternities and popular conservatism on the frontier: Mexico’s Sierra del Nayarit in the nineteenth century},
  author={K. V. Oosterhout},
  journal={Americas},
  year={2014},
  volume={71},
  pages={101-130}
}
I’ve passed two frightful years due to this same gang, and was even robbed by them,” wrote the priest Damaso Martinez on September 29, 1857. “I suffered all of this, but did not think my own life was in danger. Today, this is not the case. … I believe the Indians have sold my life to them. During the nine months prior to the writing of this report to the Guadalajara See, the parishioners of Santa Maria del Oro had presented a series of demands for money in the priest’s possession. Some 400… Expand
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