The rise of Creole identity in early colonial Guatemala: Differential patterns in town and countryside

@article{Megged1992TheRO,
  title={The rise of Creole identity in early colonial Guatemala: Differential patterns in town and countryside},
  author={A. Megged},
  journal={Social History},
  year={1992},
  volume={17},
  pages={421-440}
}
During the past decade, the field of the social history of race relations in colonial Latin America has been dominated by studies based on statistical surveys, compiled from colonial censuses and parish records according to a socio-occupational grid and marriage patterns, placing the different castes within social structures. Looking at these censuses and their statistical analysis, one striking feature constantly comes to light: they reveal to us the evolving variations in racial designations… Expand
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