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Slavery and Beyond: The African Impact on Latin America and the Caribbean (Jaguar Books on Latin America)

ISBN-13: 978-0842024853
ISBN-10: 0842024859
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...these essays explore the geographical, regional, and cultural factors that affect the history of Latin America. Each [essay] helps readers to grasp the complicated internal dynamics of this African-based group and their relationships with encompassing societies. (Booklist)

...these essays explore the geographical, regional, and cultural factors that affect the history of Latin America. Each [essay] helps readers to grasp the complicated internal dynamics of this African-based group and their relationships with encompassingsocieties.... (Booklist)

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The slave market in Seville, while still relatively small, became one of the most active in Europe. Many called the city the 'New Babylon.' Northern and sub-Saharan Africans comprised more than 50 percent of the inhabitants of several of Seville's neighborhoods. The African populations became so socially and politically important that in 1475 the Crown appointed Juan de Valladolid, its royal servant and mayoral, to represent Seville's Afro-Iberian community. Churches and charities catered to its spiritual and material needs.
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