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Remedios : Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of Puertoriquenas

ISBN-10: 0807065161
ISBN-13: 9780807065167
Edition: 1998
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List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication date: 9/25/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 235
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Agradecimientosp. xvii
Yerba Brujap. xxiii
Revisionp. xxxi
Bisabuelas
Gingkop. 1
First Mother--Sub-Saharan Africa: -200,000p. 1
Women of Yams--West Africa: -50,000 to 200p. 3
-50,000: Kindling--African Continentp. 3
-8,000: Forests--Nigeriap. 4
Wild Yamp. 5
-4,000: Colors--West Africap. 6
-2,000 to 0: Bantu Women Cut Bananas--Africap. 6
Banana Peelp. 7
200: Salt--Northwest Africap. 7
Women of Bread--The Mediterranean: -12,000 to -1,500p. 8
-12,000: The Deer Mother--El Juyo, Spainp. 8
-6,500: The Peaceful Land--Southeastern Europep. 10
-6,000: Pig Mother--Europep. 12
-3,500: Mare's Milk--Ukrainep. 13
-2,700 to -2,000: Deserts--North Africap. 15
-1,500: Cutting--Northeast Africap. 16
Morivivip. 18
Scarsp. 19
Women of Yuca--America: -15,000 to 500p. 20
-15,000: Pikimachay--The Andesp. 20
Potatoesp. 21
-4,000: Rainforests--Upper Amazon and Orinoco Basinsp. 22
-4,000: Corn--MesoAmericap. 23
-1,000 to 500: Temples--Central and North Americap. 24
Tobaccop. 24
0: City Girls: Teotihuacan, Mexicop. 25
0 to 500: Turtle Women, Women of Trees--The Caribbeanp. 26
Abuelas
West African Women: 600 to 1400p. 27
600 to 1400: Market Women--West Africap. 27
700: Not All Tribes Build Upward Toward the Sky--Nigeriap. 28
600 to 1400: Slave Road--Africap. 29
1352: Ibn Batuta Writes Home--Malip. 30
1440: People, Pepper, Ivory, Gold--West Africap. 31
American Women: 700 to 1400p. 32
700: Mayas--MesoAmericap. 32
975: Against the Knife--Mexicop. 32
1000: Bone and Hair and Shard--North Americap. 33
1400: Caciques--Borikenp. 34
Mediterranean Women: 600 to 1400p. 35
620: Arabian Nights--Arabian Peninsulap. 35
900 to 1300: Bread, Oil, Wine--Christian Spainp. 38
Olive Oilp. 40
900 to 1200: Poets of Al-Andalus--Muslim Spainp. 41
1097: Fire at the Gates--Syriap. 43
900 to 1400: Juderias--Iberian Peninsulap. 44
Pomegranatesp. 46
1350: Working Santiago de Compostela--Galicia, Spainp. 46
Premonitionsp. 47
1478: Unfortunate Isles--Canary Islandsp. 47
1482: Elmina Castle--Ghanap. 48
1487: Maleus Maleficarum--Germanyp. 49
1490: Stolen Womenp. 50
Bad Dreams: The Prophets Speak--The Americasp. 51
1490: Guabancex Stirs the Pot--Borikenp. 52
Calendarsp. 53
Discovery
Huracan: 1492-1600
Bittersp. 64
1492: Penetrationp. 64
1492: Lamento sefardita--Spainp. 66
Romerop. 66
1493 to 1511: Leyendas--Puerto Ricop. 67
1509 to 1521: La Marcaida--Cuba and Mexicop. 77
1514: Manikongo Affonso's School for Bakongo Girls--Kongo, West Africap. 79
1515: Toap. 80
1515: Pinonesp. 82
1515: Pinon Shopping Listp. 83
1515: Platanop. 83
1515: Naborias--The Names of the Captivesp. 84
1519: The Speckled Death--Central America and the Caribbeanp. 86
Alegriap. 87
1525: Snakeskin--Mexicop. 88
1526: Conejo's Brothel--San Juan, Puerto Ricop. 89
1534: Slave Mothers--Puerto Ricop. 90
1547: Limpieza--The Spanish Empirep. 92
1550: Conversas at the Stake--Lorca, Spainp. 93
Calendulap. 95
1560: Jigonsaseh--New York Statep. 95
1563: Indierap. 96
1564: Dona Gracia--Europe and the Ottoman Empirep. 97
1575: Teresa de Avila Counts Demonsp. 99
1592: Flames--Puerto Ricop. 100
Jenjibre: 1600-1699
1600: Catalina Steals Away--Spain and Panamap. 103
1605: A Seed Falls in Pernambuco--Brazilp. 104
1606: Caribesp. 105
1607: Wild Westp. 106
1608: Gingerbread--San Juan de Puerto Rico and Englandp. 107
Gingerp. 107
1618: Nzinga's Stool--Angolap. 108
1618: Witches' Stool--Western Europep. 109
1623: Ana de Mendoza Unpacks--San Juan de Puerto Ricop. 110
1625: S/he--Latin Americap. 111
1629: Manahatta--Mouth of the Hudson Riverp. 113
1630: The Weavers of Dean--Englandp. 115
1635: Playa Boqueronp. 115
1636: I Believe It Is No Sin--Galiciap. 116
1640: Paula de Eguiluz--Colombiap. 117
1647: Stuyvesant--New Amsterdamp. 118
1648: The House of Peacep. 119
1650: On the Road to Veracruz--Mexicop. 119
1663: Nzinga, the Warrior Queen--Angolap. 121
1664: Decreep. 122
1694: The Death of Palmares--Brazilp. 123
Llantenp. 123
1695: News of Sor Juana--Mexicop. 124
1695: The Weavers of Tayasal--Guatemalap. 125
Parteras: 1700-1798
1700: The Forests Sail East--New Englandp. 127
White Pinep. 127
1701: The Country of Womenp. 128
1706: Beatrice of Kongo--Central Africap. 129
1714: Cangrejosp. 130
1720: Cecilia Ortizp. 131
1728: Nannytown--Jamaicap. 132
1736: The First Cafetop. 133
1741: Many-Headed Hydra--New Yorkp. 134
1748: Escapees--St. Croixp. 134
1765: The Song of the Forestp. 135
1777: If Fray Inigo Had a Sisterp. 136
1786: Parbulosp. 137
1788: Reverse Slavery--Ste. Dominguep. 139
Anamup. 140
Lazos: 1798-1898
Melaop. 141
1804: News from Haitip. 141
1817: War Widowsp. 142
Yerba Buenap. 143
1820: Maestra Corderop. 144
1824: We Treated Them Wellp. 145
1824: Runawaysp. 147
1825: Flora Tristan Reads in Bed--Paris, Francep. 148
1833: Maria Bibiana Writesp. 149
1833: Voyages--Perup. 150
1833: Maria Barbanerap. 151
1834: Autos de Anti-Fe--Spainp. 152
Yellow Dockp. 153
1844: Some Lives Burn Like Quick Flame--Francep. 154
1868: Francisca Brignonip. 154
1873: The Freedwomen Contract Themselvesp. 155
1875: Campos de soledad--Galicia, Spainp. 156
1880: Tortures--Tennessee and Puerto Ricop. 157
1886: Damasp. 158
1895: Charcas, or, the True Story of Cafe au Laitp. 158
1897: Luisa in Lovep. 159
1895: Mercedes a caballop. 160
1898 to 1900: Guabancex Againp. 160
Aguacero: 1899-1929
1899: Ghost Dancingp. 162
1900: Civilization--Europep. 165
1901: The Death Train--Southwestern United Statesp. 165
1903: Postcards of Colonialismp. 166
1909: La otra Aurorap. 167
Rudap. 168
1909: Lessonsp. 168
1913: Opinionesp. 169
1914: Delmira--Montevideo, Uruguayp. 171
1917: War Effortp. 172
1918: Lavenderasp. 172
1918: Vida alegrep. 173
Magueyp. 174
1919: Lost Bird--Western United Statesp. 174
1921: Harlem--New Yorkp. 176
1923: Tuberculosisp. 176
Mulleinp. 177
1927: Pasodoblep. 178
1929: Journeyp. 178
1929: Hechos desconocidosp. 179
Derrumbe: 1930-1954
1930: El barriop. 181
1931: Tiempo muertop. 182
Malangap. 183
1933: Pura Belpre--New Yorkp. 183
1934: Needleworkersp. 184
1935: Bread upon the Watersp. 185
1935: Julia in Naranjitop. 187
Naranjap. 188
1937: The Jane Speed Bookstore--Birmingham, Alabamap. 188
1937: Madre patriap. 189
1942: Wartime at the PO--New Yorkp. 190
1943: The Ghetto Comes to the Barrio--New Yorkp. 191
1944: Nuestra guerra--New Yorkp. 192
1948: Julia Drinks a River of Sorrow--New Yorkp. 193
1950: Threads--New York, Puerto Rico, Illinoisp. 194
1950: Storiesp. 196
1953: No nascas--Puerto Rico and the United Statesp. 198
1953: The Bad Mother--New Yorkp. 200
1953: 105th and Fifth Avenue--New Yorkp. 201
1953: Dime Capitanp. 202
1954: Freedom Songsp. 204
Milk Thistlep. 204
1954: Transitionp. 205
La Botanica (Sources)p. 209
Glossary of Selected Wordsp. 229
Medicine Cabinetp. 232
Index of Historical Personsp. 233
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