Table of contents for The lords of Tetzcoco : the transformation of indigenous rule in postconquest central Mexico / Bradley Benton, North Dakota State University.


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Introduction; Part I. Conquest and Continuity: 1. Tumultuous colonial beginnings, 1515-39; 2. Reassertion of traditional authority, 1540-64; Part II. Post-1564 Transformative Forces: 3. Noble resources: tribute, labor, and land; 4. Interethnic unions and the rise of Mestizos; 5. Family conflict and local power; Conclusions: a colonial aristocracy.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Texcoco de Mora (Mexico) -- History.
Texcoco de Mora (Mexico) -- Social life and customs.
Indigenous peoples -- Mexico -- Texcoco de Mora -- History.
Families of royal descent -- Mexico -- Texcoco de Mora -- History.
Aztecs -- Mexico -- Texcoco de Mora -- History.
Colonists -- Mexico -- Texcoco de Mora -- History.
Mexico -- History -- Spanish colony, 1540-1810.