Conflict and conversion in sixteenth century central Mexico the Augustinian War on and beyond the Chichimeca frontier
In the sixteenth century Franciscan, Dominican, and Augustinian missionaries attempted to convert the native populations of central Mexico. The native peoples generally viewed the new religion in terms very different from that of the missionaries. As conflict broke out after 1550 as Spaniards invade...
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|Series:||European expansion and indigenous response
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Augustinians > Missions > History > 16th century. > Mexico.