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expulsion of the Jesuits from the Viceroyalty of New Granada, 1767

Charles J. Fleener

expulsion of the Jesuits from the Viceroyalty of New Granada, 1767

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesuits -- Colombia.,
  • Colombia -- History -- To 1810.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Joseph Fleener.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX3714.C6 F58 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 218 leaves ;
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16588142M


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expulsion of the Jesuits from the Viceroyalty of New Granada, 1767 by Charles J. Fleener Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Aftermath of the Expulsion Olga Merino Institute of Latin American Studies Tavistock Square London WCIR OAP, UK Linda A. Newson Department of Geography King's College London Strand,WC2R 2LS U.K. ABSTRACT When the Jesuits were expelled from Spanish America in they were administering overIndians in over Size: KB.

A very interesting book on an often misunderstood or little understood subject. Dispelling the myths, this book provides different angles or points of view to consider the jesuit experience in Latin America. Highly recommended to anyone interested in the subject or who may be intending to visit the argentinian-paraguayan missions/5(2).

THE EXPULSION OF THE JESUITS FROM SPAIN AND SPANISH AMERICA IN IN LIGHT OF EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY REGALISM * SHEN EXPELLING the Jesuits from his realm inCharles III of Spain explained this extraordinary measure in only vague and mysterious terms.

He said he was "moved by weighty reasons, conscious of his duty to uphold obedience. Creation of the Viceroyalty of New Granada Viceroyalty of New Granada suspended for financial difficulties Viceroyalty of New Granada is reinstated Expulsion of the Jesuits Creation of the Viceroyalty of R´ıo de la Plata Tupac Amaru rebellion´ January – death of Tomas Katari March – First siege of La Paz.

their expulsion in from the Viceroyalty of New Spain, the field of Jesuit missionary endeavor lay chiefly to the north and west along both slopes of the great Sierra Madre that runs north. west from Mexico City not far from the sea up into the deserts. On the eve of their expulsion from America inthe Jesuits were not unaware of the changes taking place around them.

The new approach to physics, science, and the changing political realities around them was reflected in colleges that the Jesuits directedAuthor: Nicolas Cushner. Expulsion of the Jesuits. They were also driven out of Spain, inand soon after from Naples, I'arma and Malta., by the efforts of Choiseul and the Spanish minister Anuida.

The culmination of their vision was the reign of Charles III (–88), who pursued fiscal and political changes in Spanish America known as the Caroline reforms and expelled the Jesuits in The Viceroyalty of New Granada (now Colombia, Venezuela, and parts of Ecuador and Peru) became an important centre for scientific study and commerce.

It had foundered after its initial founding in. José de Gálvez, Visitador generál in New Spain (–71), was instrumental in the Jesuit expulsion in in Mexico, considered part of the Bourbon Reforms.

In New Spain, the Jesuits had actively evangelized the Indians on the northern frontier. Situated between Firavitoba and Iza, this Jesuit estate of over fanegadas (1 fanegada = 6, m², ha, or acres) was known as the Hacienda La Compañía, Firavitoba or de Sogamoso.

Viceroyalty of New GranadaCountry: Colombia. The Suppression of the Society of Jesus by in the Spanish Empire led to their expulsion from the Viceroyalty of New Spain. The Franciscans replaced them in supporting existing and establishing new missions from to in Spanish North America.

The author uses the creation of the Viceroyalty of New Granada (today's Ecuador, Colombia, and Venezuela), its initial brief existence (), and its reestablishment in as a case study of politics both at court and within the Viceroyalty. Francisco A. Eissa-Barroso’s The Spanish Monarchy and the Creation of the Viceroyalty of New Granada () argues that the pace and character of the most salient Bourbon reform introduced in Spanish America in the early eighteenth century were determined by relations between New Granadan elites and authorities in Spain, reflected changes in European geopolitical configurations, Author: Robert H.

Jackson. Ducrue's Account of the Expulsion of the Jesuits from Lower California () An Annotated English Translation (Soucrce and Studies for the History of the Americas; Volume II [Ernest J., S.J. Burrus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Burrus, Ernest J., S.J.

Viceroyalty of New Spain The Jesuits arrived in Mexico inbut it was not until the s that they began working in Sinaloa and Nueva Vizcaya.

During the early seventeenth century their efforts extended northward through Tarahumara country and Sonora, and between they founded a chain of missions in Baja. However, King Charles the Third expelled the Jesuits from the Spanish Empire in resulting in clear deterioration of medical development.

Jesuits concentrated the cultural elite of the country and had the best professionals and by: 1. Antonio Caballero y Góngora (in full, Antonio Pascual de San Pedro de Alcántara Caballero y Góngora) ( in Priego de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain – Ma in Córdoba) was a Spanish Roman Catholic prelate in the colonial Viceroyalty of New Granada, and from to the viceroy of New Granada (present day Colombia and Ecuador).

Viceroyalty of New Spain The Jesuits arrived in Mexico inbut it was not until the s that they began working in Sinaloa and Nueva Vizcaya.

During the early seventeenth century their efforts extended northward through Tarahumara country and Sonora, and between they founded a chain of missions in Baja Cali. Start studying Latin American Civ Dates Part 2.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. João Antonio Andreoni, jesuit priest, Brazil.

Late 17th Century. Expulsion of the Dutch. Viceroyalty of New Granada. Venezuela becomes Captaincy General. Dissertation, Columbia University, ); Charles Joseph Fleener, "The Expulsion of the Jesuits from the Viceroyalty of New Granada" (Ph.D.

Dissertation, University of Florida, ); Harold Bradley Benedict, "The Distribution of the Expropriated Jesuit Properties in Mexico, with Special Reference to. Then, inKing Charles III ordered all Jesuits expelled from all Spanish possessions, including New Spain.

New Spain's Visitador General José de Gálvez replaced them with the Dominican Order in Baja California, and the Franciscans were chosen to establish new northern missions in Alta (upper) l: Ciudad de México.

A sampling of expulsions of Jesuits from various nations (hopefully listed chronologically according to the 1 year of expulsion by various nations; in some cases the monarch who ordered the expulsion is listed): (1) - Elizabeth I, Queen of England (2) — Japan the Kingdom of Bohemia (3).

At the time when the Jesuits were expelled from Spanish America inthe Jesuits of Quito registered 36 missions run by 25 Jesuits of Quito in the Audiencia of Quito – 6 in the Napo and Aguarico Missions and 19 in the Pastaza and Iquitos Missions, with the population at 20, d at: Paris, France, officialized in Rome.

The Intellectual Conquest of the Orinoco: Filippo Santa Arias While much attention has been paid to the events and debates following the Jesuit expulsion in from the Spanish territories, one cannot disregard missionary activity on the frontiers of the Viceroyalty of New Granada.

Latin Colonial History STUDY. PLAY. Order, financially successful because of the Indian labor, resisted slave raids, contributed to the expulsion of the Jesuits from the Americas in Viceroyalty of New Granada. covered Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Venezuela.

The Viceroyalty of Peru (Spanish: Virreinato del Perú) was a Spanish imperial provincial administrative district, created inthat originally contained modern-day Peru and most of Spanish-ruled South America, governed from the capital of was one of the two Spanish Viceroyalties in the Americas from the sixteenth to the eighteenth l: Lima, Cuzco (–24).

There was an administrative change that created two more viceroyalties in New Granada and Rio de la Plata because the area was too big and they needed more control.

Expulsion of Jesuits During the Englightenment, the Jesuits reconciled new scientific findings and old catholic beliefs. Most reforms came in a bundle in the late 18th century, the creation in of the Viceroyalty of New Granada based in Santa Fé (Bogotá) being an exception.

A major Bourbon reform, taking place mainly in the s, was the creation of large districts called intendancies (the word and model were French).

FORUM: Jesuits and World History "The Mission" That Wasn't: Yucatan's Jesuits, the Mayas, and El Petén, – Mark Lentz In the wake of the conquest of the last independent Maya kingdom, Petén Itzá, Spanish royal administrators attempted to open another front line in the standard second phase of Spain's subjugation of any indigenous population, the spiritual conquest.

In the. The Jesuits were alleged to have fostered the riot and were expelled from both Spain and America in The importance of this expulsion, however, has been overestimated. Already expelled from France and Portugal, the Jesuits were bitterly criticized by rival orders as well as by the secular clergy: 42 of the 56 bishops approved of the.

After the expulsion, the reducciones steadily spiralled into a state of near-terminal decline. Inthe colonial government of Chiquitos with its headquarters in San Rafael de Velasco was militarised and the Chiquitania administered from the newly created Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata (to which the Audiencia of Charcas now belonged) in Buenos Aires.

viceroyalty of new spain 4 audiencias 1. mexico 2. santo domingo 3. guatemala 4 new galicia viceroyalty of peru 6 audiencias 1. lima 2 panama 3. new granada 4. quito 5. charcas 6. chile 2 viceroys (mexico and lima) 3 captains-general (new galicia, guatemala, chile) 5 presidents (santo domingo, panama, quito, charcas, new granada).

Also, from to the Jesuits established twenty-three missions in the Sonoran Desert, in the Provincias Internas of New Spain, present day northwestern Mexico and southern Arizona. The Suppression of the Society of Jesus by in the Spanish Empire led to their expulsion from the Viceroyalty of New Spain.

Read "The Catholic Church's Role in the Disintegration of the Spanish Colonial Empire. The Case of the Viceroyalty of New Granada, Social Sciences and Missions (preceeded by Le Fait Missionaire until )" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

But the most consequential Bourbon reform in the religious realm was the expulsion of the Jesuits from all of Spanish America (and from Spain) in By the s the Society of Jesus had become one of the most powerful institutions in the colonies—economically, politically, religiously, and in the realm of education by virtue of its.

Latin American Civ Final Exam Key Terms. STUDY. PLAY. Huancavelica. place to get mercury in the Andes. Toledo. Viceroy of Peru and he sets up a rotary system that is even more efficient than the Inca had set up through the mita. So he provided the most wealth to Spain than any other viceroy.

NEW SPAIN. The viceroyalty of New Spain included all of the territory claimed by Spain in North America and the Caribbean from the conquest of the Aztec Empire in the s until the final assertion of Mexican independence in Although never fully settled or controlled by Spain, this area included the entire modern nation of Mexico, and Central America north of what is now Panama.

The Royal Audiencia of Quito (or Presidency of Quito) was established as part of the Spanish State by Philip II of Spain on Aug It was a court of the Spanish Crown with jurisdiction over certain territories of the Viceroyalty of Peru (and later the Viceroyalty of New Granada) that now constitute Ecuador and parts of Peru, Colombia and : FebruQuito, Spanish Empire.

Early Service in Latin America, The Jesuits were founded in Only nine short years later they sent their first missionaries to Latin America, to Brazil.

In fact, they arrived on the ship carrying the first governor-general, Tome de Souza. As such, the Jesuits were founders of Portugal's most important New World colony.

The Viceroyalty of Peru (Spanish: Virreinato del Perú) was a Spanish colonial administrative district, created inthat originally contained most of Spanish-ruled South America, governed from the capital of Viceroyalty of Peru was one of the two Spanish Viceroyalties in the Americas from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries.

The Spanish did not resist the Portuguese. One set of administrative reforms was to carve two new viceroyalties out of the Viceroyalty of Peru: the Viceroyalty of New Granada ( and ; a subjurisdiction of New Granada, created inwas the CaptaincyGeneral of Venezuela) and the Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata (in ).The Viceroyalty of New Spain (Spanish: Virreinato de Nueva España), was the political unit of Spanish territories in North America and Asia-Pacific.

The territory included the present-day Southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America (except Panama), the Caribbean, and the was ruled by a viceroy from Mexico City who governed on behalf of the King of Spain.Latin American art - Latin American art - The Mestizo style: During the late Baroque era, artists in provincial areas in the Spanish viceroyalties of New Spain and Peru produced carved church facades and interiors that, while displaying the overall richness of colour and relief texture typical of Baroque art in the metropolitan centres, had a two-dimensional quality that many call Mestizo, a.