The Spanish Pacific, 1521-1815 : a reader of primary sources

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Full title: The Spanish Pacific, 1521-1815 : a reader of primary sources / edited by Christina H. Lee and Ricardo Padrón.
Other authors: Lee, Christina H., (Editor)
Padrón, Ricardo, 1967- (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Table of Contents
  • Abbreviations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Christina H. Lee and Ricardo Padrón
  • 1. An Early Transpacific Account of the Spice Islands by Andrés de Urdaneta (1536)
  • Jorge Mojarro Romero
  • 2. Domingo de Salazar's Letter to the King of Spain in Defense of the Indians and the Chinese of the Philippine Islands (1582)
  • Christina H. Lee
  • 3. Juan Cobo's Map of the Pacific World (1593)
  • Ricardo Padrón, with translation by Timothy Brook
  • 4. A Royal Decree of Philip III Regulating Trade between the Philippines and New Spain (1604)
  • Natalie Cobo and Tatiana Seijas
  • 5. Manila's Sangleys and a Chinese Wedding (1625)
  • Miguel Martínez
  • 6. Don Luis Castilla Offers to Sell Land in Manila (1629)
  • Regalado Trota José
  • 7. Idolatry and Apostasy in the 1633 Jesuit Annual Letter
  • John Blanco
  • 8. The Will of an Indian Oriental and her Chinos in Peru (1644)
  • Leo J. Garofalo
  • 9. Francisco de Combés's History of Mindanao and Jolo (1667)
  • Ana M. Rodríguez-Rodríguez , with translation assisted by Cortney Benjamin
  • 10. Between Fiction and History in the Spanish Pacific
  • The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez (1690)
  • Nicole D. Legnani
  • 11. A Moluccan Crypto-Muslim before the Transpacific Inquisition (1623-1645)
  • Ryan Dominic Crewe
  • 12. Constitutions and Rules of the Beatas Indias (1726)
  • Kathryn Santner
  • 13. The Poetics of Praise and the Demands of Confession in the Early Spanish Philippines
  • Notes and Documents
  • Vicente L. Rafael
  • 14. The Pacific Theater of the Seven Years' War in a Latin Poem by an Indigenous Priest, Bartolomé Saguinsín (1766)
  • Stuart M. McManus
  • 15. A Prohibition on Digging Up the Bones of the Dead (1813)
  • Ino Manalo
  • Index
  • Backcover