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Struggle and survival in colonial America / edited by David G. Sweet and Gary B. Nash.

; Nash, Gary B
Berkeley : University of California Press, [1981] .
ISBN 0520041100

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Other Authors Nash, Gary B.
Sweet, David G.
Subjects America -- Biography.
America -- History -- To 1810 -- Biography.
America -- History -- To 1810.
Amérique -- Biographies.
Amérique -- Histoire -- Jusqu'à 1810 -- Biographies.
Amérique -- Histoire -- Jusqu'à 1810.
Koloniale periode.
Description 398 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1981]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents General introduction / Gary B. Nash and David G. Sweet -- 1. Survival through collective struggle: Opechancanough: Indian resistance leader / J. Frederick Fausz -- Diego Vasicuio: native priest / Ann M. Wightman -- Red Shoes: warrior and diplomat / Richard White -- Thomas Peters: millwright and deliverer / Gary B. Nash -- Francisco Baquero: shoemaker and organizer / Lyman L. Johnson -- Damiana da Cunha: catechist and Sertanista / Mary Karasch -- 2. Survival through individual defiance: Martin Ocelotl: clandestine cult leader / J. Jorge Klor de Alva -- António de Gouveia: adventurer and priest / Manoel da Silveira Cardozo -- Juan de Morga and Gertrudis de Escobar: rebellious slaves / Solange Alberro -- Cristóbal Béquer: wayward prebend / Paul B. Ganster -- 3. Survival through individual accommodation: Isabel Moctezuma: pioneer of Mestizaje / Donald Chipman -- Squanto: last of the Patuxets / Neal Salisbury -- Beatriz de Padilla: mistress and mother / Solange Alberro -- Francisca: Indian slave / David G. Sweet -- 4. Survival through competition: Miguel Hernández: master of mule trains / John C. Super -- Hernando de Valencia: tax promoter / Fred Bronner -- Enrico Martínez: printer and engineer / Louisa Schell Hoberman -- jacob Young: Indian trader and interpreter / Francis Jennings -- Micaela Angela Carrillo: widow and pulque dealer / Edith Couturier -- Joseph Rachell and Rachael Pringle-Polgreen: petty entrepreneurs / Jerome S. Handler.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area North America
South America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6250866
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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