INDEX
An f with a page number indicates a
figure; m, a map; n., a note; t, a table.
Acosta, José de, 32, 40, 45, 81
Acua. See Chicha
Africans: alcohol consumption by,
51; chicha production and, 83;
credit transactions of, 52, 111; as
labor for bread production, 96–
98; mixed unions with, 207 n.113;
pawn transactions of, 111; prop-
erty transactions of, 51, 52, 111,
193t; rancherías residencyof, 71;
as slave laborers, 18, 41–42, 83,
97–98, 151–52; zambahigos, 52,
209 n.12
African women: as bakeryown-
ers, 99–100; credit transactions
of, 100–101, 128–29, 238 n.79;
domestic service and, 151; loan
transactions of, 194t7, t8; mar-
riage of, 144–45, 241 n.33; as
owners’ agents, 148; as slaves,
151–52; as store clerks, 61
Ají, 27, 29, 37
Alcabala, 13, 39, 51, 139, 187,
200 n.52
Alcohol:consumptionof,51,56,69,
104, 209 n.6, 221 nn.39, 41; pul-
pería sales of, 49; regulations on,
18, 76; stolen goods as payment
for, 107. See also Chicha; Chicha
production; Wine
Aquillas and queros, 82, 85, 133, 220
n.31, 222 n.49, 239 n.85
Areche, José Antonio de, 187–88
Arequipa, 10, 30
Arrom, Silvia Marina, 200 n.45,
240 n.14
Assadourian,Carlos Sempat, 6, 7,
83, 198 nn.15, 17
Auction (remate), 118–19, 132
Audiencia of Charcas, 40–41, 53,
211 nn.22, 24
Ayllus: apprenticeships for sons
and, 171–72, 247 n.39; cofra-
días and, 155, 172; communal
identityand, 164, 245 n.9; foras-
teros (nonayllu Indians) and,
166; hatunruna and, 26; impact
of market transactions on, 7;
loan transactions and, 131; mita
laborand, 37, 39, 44, 163–64,
164; reciprocity in, 25; ritual chi-
cha drinking in queros and, 82,
83; urban migration and, 7, 10;
vertical archipelagos and, 6, 25;
wage labor, 162, 245 n.12. See also
Kinship networks; Mita labor;
Tribute system; Yanaconas
Bakeries: flour supplies for, 99–
100; indigenous workers in,
97–98; marital status in owner-
ship of, 140–41, 142–43, 148–49;
price regulation of, 94, 227 n.88;
profitsof,94,99,102;requestsfor
town council action, 93–94, 226
n.81, n.85, 227 nn.87, 88, 90, 91;
taxation of, 195t9. See also Bakers
Bakers: autonomyof, 94–95; social
status of, 101, 102, 104; women as,
99–101, 142–43, 148–49, 227 n.90,
230 n.116. See also Bakeries
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