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New Spain's far northern frontier : essays on Spain in the American West, 1540-1821 / David J. Weber, editor.

Contributor(s): Weber, David J.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, c1979Description: xix, 321 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0826304982; 9780826304988; 0826304990 (pbk.); 9780826304995 (pbk.).Subject(s): Southwest, New -- History -- To 1848 | Frontier and pioneer life -- Southwest, New | Frontier and pioneer life Southwest, New | Southwest, New History To 1848Additional physical formats: Online version:: New Spain's far northern frontier.DDC classification: 979 Other classification: 7,34
Contents:
Relevance: The significance of the Spanish borderlands to the United States / Donald E. Worcester -- Exploration: The search for the fabulous in the settlement of the Southwest / George P. Hammond -- Spanish scientific exploration along the Pacific coast / Donald C. Cutter -- Institutions: The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish American colonies / Herbert Eugene Bolton -- The Presidio: fortress or farce? / Odie B. Faulk -- The ranching frontier: Spanish institutional backgrounds of Plains cattle industry / Sandra L. Myres -- Settlement patterns and village plans in colonial New Mexico / Marc Simmons -- Society: California's Hispanic heritage: a view into the Spanish myth / Manuel Patricio Servin -- Comparative demographic analysis of Texas, 1777-1793 / Alicia Vidaurreta Tjarks -- Frontier influences: The California frontier / C. Alan Hutchinson -- The frontiers of Hispanic America / Silvio Zavala -- Eighteenth-century changes: The north of New Spain as a political problem in the eighteenth century / Luis Navarro Garcia (translated by Elizabeth Gard and David J. Weber) -- Spanish Indian policy in northern Mexico, 1765-1810 / Joseph F. Park -- Indians as actors: Shifting for survival in the Spanish Southwest / Albert H. Schroeder -- Indians and the breakdown of the Spanish mission system in California / George Harwood Phillips -- Cultural tradition: The flowering and decline of the New Mexican Santero: 1780-1900 / William Wroth -- More relevance: Spaniards, environment, and the Pepsi generation / John L. Kessell -- "Scarce more than apes": historical roots of Anglo-American stereotypes of Mexicans / David J. Weber.
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-Bibliography: p. 309-311.

Includes index.

[1.] Relevance: The significance of the Spanish borderlands to the United States / Donald E. Worcester -- [2.] Exploration: The search for the fabulous in the settlement of the Southwest / George P. Hammond -- Spanish scientific exploration along the Pacific coast / Donald C. Cutter -- [3.] Institutions: The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish American colonies / Herbert Eugene Bolton -- The Presidio: fortress or farce? / Odie B. Faulk -- The ranching frontier: Spanish institutional backgrounds of Plains cattle industry / Sandra L. Myres -- Settlement patterns and village plans in colonial New Mexico / Marc Simmons -- [4.] Society: California's Hispanic heritage: a view into the Spanish myth / Manuel Patricio Servin -- Comparative demographic analysis of Texas, 1777-1793 / Alicia Vidaurreta Tjarks -- [5.] Frontier influences: The California frontier / C. Alan Hutchinson -- The frontiers of Hispanic America / Silvio Zavala -- [6.] Eighteenth-century changes: The north of New Spain as a political problem in the eighteenth century / Luis Navarro Garcia (translated by Elizabeth Gard and David J. Weber) -- Spanish Indian policy in northern Mexico, 1765-1810 / Joseph F. Park -- [7.] Indians as actors: Shifting for survival in the Spanish Southwest / Albert H. Schroeder -- Indians and the breakdown of the Spanish mission system in California / George Harwood Phillips -- [8.] Cultural tradition: The flowering and decline of the New Mexican Santero: 1780-1900 / William Wroth -- [9.] More relevance: Spaniards, environment, and the Pepsi generation / John L. Kessell -- "Scarce more than apes": historical roots of Anglo-American stereotypes of Mexicans / David J. Weber.

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