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Japanese Merchants in 17th Century Guadalajara

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Authors
Falck Reyes, Melba; Palacios, Héctor
Issue Date
2011
Publisher
서울대학교 라틴아메리카연구소(SNUILAS)
Citation
Revista Iberoamericana, Vol.22 No.2, pp. 191-237
Keywords
Transpacific relationsHistoryJapanese migrationNew Spain
Description
이 특별기고문은 201년 12월 2, 3일에 미국 브라운대학교의‘아메리카의 인종과

종족 연구 센터(The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America)’에서 주최한

“Asia Pacific in the Making of the Americas. Toward a Global History”세미나에서 발표

한 논문을 일부 수정한 것입니다.
Abstract
In the 17th Century, New Spain transpacific relations were more

intense than is commonly supposed. Trade in goods and migration of people

from both shores of the Pacific Ocean were boosted by the Nao of China

voyage that each year linked the Mexican port of Acapulco and the Asiatic port

of Manila, capital of Philippines which at that time was an Spanish colony

administered from New Spain. It was through these contacts that were woven

many stories of Asian migrants in Mexico. This article reports on one such story:

that of two Japanese entrepreneurs who joined the Guadalajara society. One of

them advanced to the highest rungs of that society to become the

administrator, for two decades, of the tributes that Catholic Church collected in

the region named New Galicia. We present here the results of a thoroughly

research which supposed scrutinizing each day of that century in the historical

archives of the city.
ISSN
1598-7779
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/77204
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