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new laws of the Indies for the good treatment and preservation of the Indians

Spain.

new laws of the Indies for the good treatment and preservation of the Indians

by Spain.

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Published by Priv. print. at the Chiswick press in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc,
    • Indians, Treatment of -- Latin America

    • Edition Notes

      Statementpromulgated by the emperor Charles the Fifth, 1542-1543; a facsimile reprint of the original Spanish edition, together with a literal translation into the English language; to which is prefixed an historical introduction by the late Henry Stevens of Vermont and Fred W. Lucas.
      ContributionsLucas, Fred. W., Stevens, Henry, 1819-1886, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxciv p., xiii numb. 1., xxx, [2] p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6913654M
      LC Control Number02005142

      The Laws of Burgos. and ours, and for the salvation of souls and the increase and good treatment of the Indians of the said Island, as well as for its citizens, consulted prelates and religious and certain members of our Council, which we convened for the purpose, after which we commanded that certain ordinances be drawn up by which the. Laws of Burgos: | | | The |Leyes de Burgos| ("|Laws of Burgos|"), promulgated on 27 Dec World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

      This Short Report On the Destruction of the Indies by Father Bartholomew de Las Casas was written in It gives a sense of why many today regard him as the "father of liberation theology".Las Casas accompanied Christopher Columbus to the new world in , but soon sickened at the treatment the native Arawaks (or Taino) indians suffered at the hands of the Spanish. Bartolome de Las Casa, the first priest ordained in the Western hemisphere and chief architect of the now-defunct "New Laws" against Indian enslavement, published Brief Relations of the Destruction of the Indies, which provided many gruesome examples of the colonists' treatment of Indians.

      From their own point of view, the Pueblo Indians had triumphantly reestablished the freedom lost through Spanish conquest. Acoma, the “sky city,” as it appeared in From Bartolome de Las Casas, History of the Indies () Las Casas was the Dominican priest who condemned the treatment of Indians in the Spanish empire. INTRODUCTION. I. The Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies was the first and the most bitter protest against the excesses of European colonization in the Americas, and its author, Bartolomé de Las Casas, ‘Defender and Apostle to the Indians’, the most controversial figure in the long and troubled history of Spain's American empire. In the four hundred years since his death he has.


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New laws of the Indies for the good treatment and preservation of the Indians by Spain. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The New Laws of the Indies, The Laws and ordinances newly made by His Majesty for the government of the Indies and good treatment and preservation of the Indians created a set of pro-Indian laws - so pro-Indian that they some had to be revoked in Mexico and in Peru due to settler opposition.

where the viceroy was killed when he attempted to enforce them. Modern History Sourcebook: The New Laws of the Indies, The Laws and ordinances newly made by His Majesty for the government of the Indies and good treatment and preservation of the Indians created a set of pro-Indian laws - so pro-Indian that some had to be revoked in Mexico and in Peru due to settler opposition.

where the viceroy wasFile Size: 33KB. The New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians () King Charles V King Charles V. The New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians.

New York: AMS Press Inc. The new laws of the Indies for the good treatment and preservation of the Indians, promulgated by the Emperor Charles the Fifth, ; a facsimile reprint of the original Spanish edition, together with a literal translation into the English language; to which is prefixed an historical introduction by the late Henry Stevens of Vermont and Fred W.

Lucas. New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians Novem The New Laws of the Indies, Henry Stevens () The Laws and ordinances newly made by His Majesty for the government of the Indies and good treatment and preservation of the Indians created a set of pro-Indian laws - so pro-Indian that they some had to File Size: 20KB.

The new laws for the Government of the Indies and for preservation of the Indians, The Council of the Indies issued the "New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians".

Influenced by Las Casas, the laws banned the enslavement of Indians for any reason, freed enslaved Indians, prohibited new encomienda grants, and decreed that existing encomiendas could not be inherited.

Laws of the Indies, the entire body of law promulgated by the Spanish crown during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries for the government of its kingdoms (colonies) outside Europe, chiefly in the Americas; more specifically, a series of collections of decrees (cedulas) compiled and published by royal authorization, culminating in the Recopilación de las leyes de los reinos de Indias ().

Indue to the constant protests of Las Casas and others, the Council of the Indies wrote and King Charles V enacted the New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians. The New Laws abolished Indian slavery and also ended the encomienda system.

An Account, Much Abbreviated, of the Destruction of the Indies, with Related Texts. Edited by Franklin W Knight. Trans. Andrew Hurley. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Pub., Charles, Holy Roman Emperor, Fred W.

Lucas, and Henry Stevens. The New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians. London: Privately printed. wrote and King Charles V enacted the New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians.

The New Laws abolished Indian slavery and also ended the encomienda system. After the current encomienda masters died, their Indians would become vassals of the crown.

They would then owe the king tribute in goods, but not in File Size: 17KB. Other articles where New Laws of the Indies is discussed: Bartolomé de Las Casas: The Apologética and the Destrucción: King Charles signed the so-called New Laws (Leyes Nuevas).

According to those laws, the encomienda was not to be considered a hereditary grant; instead, the owners had to set free their Indian serfs after the span of a single generation. New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians The introduction of Christianity into the New World was among the major stages of the religion's expansion that had previously included the establishment of Christianity in the Roman Empire, the Christianization of barbarian Europe, and Christian missionary efforts in the Islamic world.

In response to this, Charles V legislated the New Laws in“newly made by his majesty for the governments of the Indies and the good treatment and conservation of the Indians. [21] In other words, the laws were concerned with the treatment of the Indians, as well as the encomienda system.

The New Laws, also known as the New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians, were issued on Novemby Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and regard the Spanish colonization of the ing complaints and calls for reform from individuals such as the Dominican friar Bartolomé de Las Casas, these laws were intended to prevent the exploitation.

The original name of this legislation was"Laws and ordinances newly made by His Majesty for the government of the Indies and good treatment and conservation of the Indians." It was promulgated on Novem and was intended to improve the lives of Native Americans. both of Spaniards and of Indians, should be ordered having permanence and giving perpetuity to both groups as specified in the fourth and fifth books [of the Laws of the Indies], especially in those parts dealing with population settlements and with land allotments.

File Size: KB. The New Laws, in Spanish Leyes Nuevas, issued Novem by King Charles V of Spain regarding the Spanish colonization of the Americas, are also known as the "New Laws of the Indies for the Good Treatment and Preservation of the Indians", and were created to prevent the exploitation of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas by the.

The Laws and ordinances newly created by His Majesty for the government of the Indies and good treatment and preservation of the Indians created a set of pro-Indian laws – so pro-Indian that they some had to be revoked in Mexico and in Peru due to settler opposition.

The Laws of the Indies (Spanish: Leyes de las Indias) are the entire body of laws issued by the Spanish Crown for the American and the Philippine possessions of its empire. They regulated social, political, religious, and economic life in these areas.The Laws of the Indies (Leyes de Indias in Spanish) are the entire body of laws issued by the Spanish Crown for its American and Philippine possessions of its empire.The first discriminatory legislation directed at Indians, Law 3 ofis passed in the South African Republic, or the Transvaal.

1. This law shall apply to the persons belonging to any of the native races of Asia, including so-called Coolies, Arabs, Malays, and Mohammedan subjects of the Turkish Empire. 2.