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By David Peterson del Mar
Traces the circulation from mutualism to individualism within the context of yank kin existence. households survived or maybe flourished in the course of colonization, Revolution, slavery, immigration and financial upheaval. some time past century, prosperity created a tradition dedicated to excitement and person fulfilment.
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Many Indian servants and slaves eventually became part of New Mexico’s Spanish community. Some, to be sure, were transported south, to the heart of New Spain. But those who stayed might become a Spaniard’s wife or otherwise gain their freedom and become Spanish-speaking members of the community. The children of women who married Spaniards became Spanish, as New Mexicans applied the appellations “Spaniard” and “white” more culturally than racially. A person of high status was white, regardless of skin pigmentation—in part because just about everyone in New Mexico had some Indian or African ancestry.
9 The proportion of white people who attended church fell across the colonies early in the 1700s. In the Chesapeake, which had started out with a relatively low level of piety, even relatively liberal—not to mention lascivious—planters such as William Byrd held daily devotions and repented of their sins. Their descendants seemed more immoral and less guilt ridden by mid-century; drunkenness, gambling, and fornication became both commonplace and acceptable. The Great Awakening of the 1740s prompted a different sort of challenge to tradition.
Remnants joined stronger groups, such as the Cherokee, or coalesced to create new ones, such as the Catawba and Seminole. Indigenous peoples’ capacity for creating new social and political relations proved to be essential to survival. Contact encouraged hierarchy. Increased trade and warfare enhanced men’s status and power. Southeastern women had controlled the extent of raiding by demanding captives to cover the deaths of kin and supplying—or denying—provisions. But the bloody wars of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were fought at the behest of Europeans who paid indigenous men for captives.
The American Family: From Obligation to Freedom by David Peterson del Mar