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The Inca population collapsed during the first 50 years of colonial rule.
Consequently, the woman in the photograph solitarily stands as a free woman of color. And if you want to be a little more about this online dating thing, Interracial Dating Central is the official dating site for this blog. It is amazing and life changing being around people that think the same way that I do in regards to trying to be better.By Stan Solomillo This albumin print of a young Afro-Peruvian woman is in the Library of Congress and was taken in front of a painted landscape in a photo studio in Lima, Peru in 1868 by Courret Brothers, Photographers (Courret Hermanos Fotogs).The woman’s name was unfortunately not identified but her occupation as an “Incense Burner” was provided.Slavery was legalized in Peru in 1524, finally abolished in 1854, and there was a population in the latter year that numbered some 17,000 persons. An earlier census in 1791 enumerated 40,000 slaves along with 41,398 “mulattos and free blacks” and another census in 1821 recorded similar numbers.
Africans arrived along with the Spanish in Peru as early as 1529 and the indigenous Inca were enslaved as a result of Conquest in 1536.These women are extremely unique with many traditions.