The New World looks at its history; proceedings. Edited by Archibald R. Lewis and Thomas F. McGann.

; Lewis, Archibald R. (Archibald Ross), 1914-1990, editor ; McGann, Thomas F. (Thomas Francis), 1920-1982, editor
Austin, Published for the Institute of Latin American Studies, the University of Texas [by] University of Texas Press [1963] .

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Other Authors Lewis, Archibald R. 1914-1990,
McGann, Thomas F. 1920-1982,
Subjects États-Unis -- Histoire -- Congrès.
Histoire -- Congrès.
History
History -- Congresses.
Mexico -- History -- Congresses.
Mexico.
Mexique -- Histoire -- Congrès.
México -- Historia -- Congresos.
United States -- History -- Congresses.
United States.
Description ix, 220 pages folded map 24 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. Prehistoric peoples: The present status of our knowledge of Indian civilizations west of the Mississippi / by T.N. Campbell -- Further observations on our knowledge of Southwestern Indian civilizations / by Frank H.H. Roberts, Jr. -- part 2. The medieval Iberian frontier: The frontier and Castilian liberties / by Claudio Sánchez-Albornoz -- The Castilian as plainsman: the medieval ranching frontier in La Mancha and Extremadura / by Charles Julian Bishko -- The Spanish frontier and medieval France / by Philippe Wolff -- part 3. The frontier and ranching in the United States and Mexico: The frontier in American thought and character / by Ray Allen Billington -- The north Mexican hacienda / by François Chevalier -- The Texas ranch / by J.C. Dykes -- Fallacies in the Turner thesis / by William R. Hogan -- part 4. The great frontier concept: The moving metropolis / by Sir Keith Hancock -- Professor Webb and "The great frontier" thesis / by Arthur R.M. Lower -- Webb's Great frontier and the interpretation of modern history / by José Honório Rodrigues -- The seminal character of Webb's frontier thesis / by Geoffrey Barraclough -- pt. 5. The historian's task from Mexican and United States viewpoints: The historian's task: the Mexican perspective / by Luis Villoro -- The historian's task: a United States historian's view / by Arthur P. Whitaker -- Freedom for the historian / by France V. Scholes -- Classical or ontological history / by Edmundo O'Gorman -- The "mestizo" quality of current historiography / by Guillermo Céspedes del Castillo.
Genre Conference proceedings.
History.
Geographic Area United States
Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)222790
(OCoLC)ocm00222790
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