Landscape of Royalization: A British Military Outpost on Roatán Island, Honduras View Full Text


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DATE

2019

AUTHORS

Lorena D. Mihok

ABSTRACT

During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the British Crown competed with other European imperial powers for control over the land, labor, and materials of the Caribbean. The British Crown came to view the Caribbean as the geographical hub within which it would be able to obtain key resources and to challenge the rapidly growing power of the Spanish Empire. One of the most contentious ports in the western Caribbean was New Port Royal harbor on Roatán Island, Honduras, because of its strategic location across the Bay of Honduras from the Spanish settlement of Trujillo. In 1742, the settlement of Augusta was established as a British military outpost. “Royalization” refers to the strategies employed by monarchies to bring about loyalty to a state. While the royalization process was intended to instill a sense of loyalty and British identity among colonists, documentary and archaeological data suggest that multifaceted relationships emerged among British and indigenous populations at settlements such as Augusta. More... »

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179-199

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2014-03. Miskitu Labor and English Royalization at Augusta, Roatán Island, Honduras in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
  • 1998-06. Nail chronology: The use of technologically derived features in HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
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    Archaeologies of the British in Latin America

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