México: El Colegio Mexiquense, 1993. ind., apen., bibl., wrps. Item #78955
This research aims to develop a case study that will allow us to identify possible differences in the levels of birth and death among Spaniards, mestizos and Indians, as well as establishing some characteristic features of the marriage and household units in which these groups organized the daily reproduction after almost three centuries of colonization. The selected population was the Franciscan parish of Santa Maria Ozumba, located in the area of Chalco. According to Gerhard, from 1787 was a sub-delegation of the intendancy of Mexico; strategic and economically it is counted among the most important of the new Spain. In addition, the parish archive of Ozumba, this study offers a documentary base which allow approaching the demographic aspect in this research. Contents: Las fuentes -- Legitimidad, calidad y edad de los habitantes de Ozumba -- Volumen, estructura por edad y ritmo de crecimiento de la población de Ozumba en 1793 -- Las unidades domésticas -- Consideraciones finales.