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El indio constitucional

Citation: Anon. (1820) El indio constitucional. Oficina de D. Alejandro Valdes, Mexico City. (Unpublished)


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0

Discussion of the implications of the establishment of the Spanish Constitution for the indigenous populations of Mexico, including the consequences of declaring Catholicism as the state religion. Also includes two other documents, 'El indio constitucional a todos los americanos. Segundo papel', dated 30 July 1820, published Mexico City, Imprenta de Ontiveros, and 'Segunda parte del indio constitucional, ó idioma de la sensibilidad', including a poem entitled 'Concluyese con esta octava', published Oficina de D. Alejandro Valdes, 1820

Creators: Anon., and
Subjects: Politics
Latin American Studies
Keywords: Item type: Memorandum, Countries: Mexico, Themes: Political Culture, Race and Ethnicity, Other keywords: Constitutionalism, Catholicism, Monarchism, Indigenous Culture, Civil Law, Citizenship, Freedom of Religion, Indigenous History,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Liberalism in the Americas Digital Archive
  • 1820 (completed)
References: Project Record ID: A00844; Folder: 9770_bb_3_(54); BL Catalogue number: 9770_bb_3_(54);


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