Anglos and Mexicans in the making of Texas, 1836-1986 / by David Montejano.
By: Montejano, David.Material type: TextPublisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 1987Edition: 1st ed.Description: xii, 383 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0292775660; 9780292775664; 0292775962 (pbk.); 9780292775961 (pbk.).Subject(s): Mexican Americans -- Texas -- History -- 20th century | Mexican Americans -- Texas -- History -- 19th century | Texas -- Race relations | Texas -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Anglos and Mexicans in the making of Texas, 1836-1986.DDC classification: 976.4
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A reconstruction of Mexican-Anglo relations in Texas from 1836-1986, with a focus on a 200-mile-wide strip paralleling the Mexican border from Brownsville to El Paso.
Incorporation, 1836-1900 -- The rivalship of peace -- Cattle, land, and markets -- Race, labor, and the frontier -- Reconstruction, 1900-1920 -- The coming of the commercial farmers -- The politics of reconstruction -- Segregation, 1920-1940 -- The structure of the new order -- The Mexican problem -- The web of labor controls -- The culture of segregation -- The geography of race and class -- Integration, 1940-1986 -- The demise of "Jim Crow" -- A time of inclusion -- On interpreting Southwestern history.