Cacao Research

Mari
@mari
12/10/08 08:35:07PM
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I am doing personal research on the history of chocolate and I am having difficulty finding information on the Jesuit owned cacao plantations. I would like information on this area and time frame in general, but I have decided to focus on this area first just because it seems interesting. Would appreciate any input and everyone have a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa and whatever else that is celebrated at this time of year.
updated by @mari: 04/13/15 11:58:09AM
Ilana
@ilana
12/22/08 10:56:58AM
97 posts
Can you give more details as to what time you are interested in?
Mari
@mari
12/23/08 05:40:33PM
3 posts
Well the Spanish invaded in the early 16th century and the Jesuit control of the Mayan plantations would presumably begin after that. So that time period.
Ilana
@ilana
12/27/08 04:12:12AM
97 posts
I have some information onthis on my site- under history, with sources used at the end. More about the morano/crypto jews but may be of interest to you. There is an author called Mordehai Arbell who specializes in this era.
lailalauren
@lailalauren
04/04/17 01:15:12AM
23 posts

Ilana: I have some information onthis on my site- under history, with sources used at the end. More about the morano/crypto jews but may be of interest to you. There is an author called Mordehai Arbell who specializes in this era.

may I know your blog site please?

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