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  • Author:
    Marta V. Vicente
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    1403972265
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    978-1403972262
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    Palgrave Macmillan; First edition (June 8, 2007)
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    200 pages
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By the 1780s in the city of Barcelona alone, more than 150 factories shipped calicoes to every major city in Spain and across the Atlantic

By the 1780s in the city of Barcelona alone, more than 150 factories shipped calicoes to every major city in Spain and across the Atlantic. This book narrates the lives of families on both sides of the Atlantic who profited from the craze for calicoes, and in doing so helped the Spanish empire to flourish in the eighteenth century.

This book narrates the lives of families on both sides of the Atlantic who profited from the craze for calicoes, and in doing so helped the Spanish empire to flourish in the eighteenth century. eighteenth century empire Spain Spanish colonial empire. Bibliographic information.

The Early Modern Atlantic World. 1 The Spanish official who crossed the Atlantic in 1573 can hardly have been alone in his sentiments. 50. 3. Spanish American Viceroyalties and Audiencias. After anything up to twelve weeks tossing on the high seas, the European emigrants - more than . million of them between 1500 and 1780s 2 - who stumbled uncertainly onto American soil must have felt in the first instance an overwhelming sense of relief. Spain and England in the Americas, 18 defined Spain’s empire in America as an ‘empire of conquest’, and Britain’s as an ‘empire of commerce’, a distinction that can be traced back to the eighteenth century.

Clothing the Spanish Empire Vicente Springer 9781403972262 : By the 1780s, factories shipped calicoes to. .

Clothing the Spanish Empire Vicente Springer 9781403972262 : By the 1780s, factories shipped calicoes to Spain and across the Atlantic.

families and the calico trade in the early modern Atlantic world. The Americas in the early modern Atlantic world. 1st ed. by Marta V. Vicente. Published 2006 by Palgrave Macmillian in New York.

The Early Modern Atlantic World If Spanish ideas of empire influenced the English in the sixteenth century, the Spaniards repaid the compliment by attempting to adopt British notions o. Spanish American Viceroyalties and Audiencias (sixteenth and seventeenth centuries). 4. Principal Cities and Towns of British and Spanish America, c. 1700. Spain and England in the Americas,18 defined Spains empire in America as an empire of conquest, and Britains as an empire of commerce, a distinction that can be traced back to the eighteenth century. If Spanish ideas of empire influenced the English in the sixteenth century, the Spaniards repaid the compliment by attempting to adopt British notions of empire in the eighteenth. Similar processes, too, could occur in the colonial societies themselves.

Winner of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Best First Book Prize! By the 1780s in the city of Barcelona alone, more than 150 factories shipped calicoes to every major city in Spain and across the Atlantic, from Veracruz to Montevideo. Catalan, Basque and Castilian families sent relatives throughout the Iberian Peninsula and Spanish America, hoping to enrich themselves from the trade in calicoes.  Clothing the Spanish Empire narrates the lives of families on both sides of the Atlantic who profited from the craze for calicoes, and in doing so helped the Spanish empire to flourish in the eighteenth century.