La formació d'una classe dirigent (1790-1850): els Carles en la societat gironina

Bosch i Portell, Mònica
This work studies how the class of hisendats (landowners who lived from their rents), the economic and social ruling class in the Girona society of the eighteenth century, also became a leading class in the time of the liberal revolution and the implementation of the liberal state. A case study has been carried out, that of the Carles family’s heritage, one of the most important in the province of Girona, as a way to focus on this social group in different aspects: family relationships, the economic and social basis of its power and its public performance in the sociability media and in local politics. The main source of information has been the patrimonial archive of the Carles family, combined with parochial, notarial, municipal and provincial sources. The area of study is the region of Girona, in the northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during the first half of the nineteenth century. ​
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