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Tejano leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas / Jesús F. de la Teja, editor ; foreword by David J. Weber ; with contributions by Raúl Ramos [and others].

Contributor(s): Teja, Jesús F. de la, 1956- | Ramos, Raúl A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Elma Dill Russell Spencer series in the West and Southwest: no. 34.Publisher: College Station : Texas A & M University Press, ©2010Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (xix, 252 pages) : illustrations, map.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781603443036; 1603443037.Subject(s): Mexican American Leadership -- Texas -- History -- 19th century | Texas -- Politics and government -- To 1846Genre/Form: Electronic book.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tejano leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas.DDC classification: 976.4/0046872 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Table of Contents -- Intro -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- José Antonio Saucedo: at the nexus of change -- Juan Martín Veramendi: Tejano political and business leader -- Rafael Antonio Manchola: Tejano soldier, statesman, ranchero -- Plácido Benavides: fighting Tejano federalist -- Father Refugio de la Garza: controverted religious leader -- Fernando De León: leadership lost -- Ramón Múzquiz: the ultimate insider -- José Antonio Navarro: the problem of Tejano powerlessness -- José Antonio Menchaca: narrating a Tejano life -- Don Carlos de la Garza: loyalist leader Alonzo Salazar -- Juan N. Seguín: federalist, rebel, exile Jesús F. de la Teja.
Summary: Tejanos (Texans of Mexican heritage) were instrumental leaders in the life and development of Texas during the Mexican period, the war of independence, and the Texas Republic. Jesús F. de la Teja and ten other scholars examine the lives, careers, and influence of many long-neglected but historically significant Tejano leaders who were active and influential in the formation, political and military leadership, and economic development of Texas. In Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas, lesser-known figures such as Father Refugio de la Garza, Juan Martín Veramendi, José Antonio Saucedo, Raphael Manchola, and Carlos de la Garza join their better-known counterparts—José Antonio Navarro, Juan Seguín, and Plácido Benavides, for example—on the stage of Texas and regional historical consideration. This book also features a foreword by David J. Weber, in which he discusses how Anglocentric views allowed important Tejano figures to fade from public knowledge. Students and scholars of Texas and regional history, those interested in Texana, and readers in Latino/a studies will glean important insights from Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas..
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of Contents -- Intro -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- José Antonio Saucedo: at the nexus of change -- Juan Martín Veramendi: Tejano political and business leader -- Rafael Antonio Manchola: Tejano soldier, statesman, ranchero -- Plácido Benavides: fighting Tejano federalist -- Father Refugio de la Garza: controverted religious leader -- Fernando De León: leadership lost -- Ramón Múzquiz: the ultimate insider -- José Antonio Navarro: the problem of Tejano powerlessness -- José Antonio Menchaca: narrating a Tejano life -- Don Carlos de la Garza: loyalist leader Alonzo Salazar -- Juan N. Seguín: federalist, rebel, exile Jesús F. de la Teja.

Tejanos (Texans of Mexican heritage) were instrumental leaders in the life and development of Texas during the Mexican period, the war of independence, and the Texas Republic. Jesús F. de la Teja and ten other scholars examine the lives, careers, and influence of many long-neglected but historically significant Tejano leaders who were active and influential in the formation, political and military leadership, and economic development of Texas. In Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas, lesser-known figures such as Father Refugio de la Garza, Juan Martín Veramendi, José Antonio Saucedo, Raphael Manchola, and Carlos de la Garza join their better-known counterparts—José Antonio Navarro, Juan Seguín, and Plácido Benavides, for example—on the stage of Texas and regional historical consideration. This book also features a foreword by David J. Weber, in which he discusses how Anglocentric views allowed important Tejano figures to fade from public knowledge. Students and scholars of Texas and regional history, those interested in Texana, and readers in Latino/a studies will glean important insights from Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas..

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