Class, Kinship, and Power in and Ecuadorian Town - The Negroes of San Lorenzo

By: Whitten, Norman E. Jr.

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238 pages including index and black and white photographic plates. Describes the changing social structure of a northwest Ecuadorian port town. Central thesis is that the Negroes of San Lorenzo have successfully adapted their social system to new and expanding economic, social, and political orders. Unmarked copy with very light wear. Coffee drop stain upon fore-edge.

Title: Class, Kinship, and Power in and Ecuadorian Town - The Negroes of San Lorenzo

Author Name: Whitten, Norman E. Jr.

Categories: Latin America,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Stanford, CA, USA, Stanford University Press: 1965

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 74307849

Keywords: Class, Kinship, and Power in and Ecuadorian Town - The Negroes of San Lorenzo 238 pages including index and black and white photographic plates. Describes the changing social structure of a northwest Ecuadorian port town. Central thesis is that the Negroes of San Lorenzo have successfully adapted their social system to new and expanding economic, social, and political orders. Unmarked copy with very light wear. Coffee drop stain upon fore-edge.,