The Spanish borderlands : a first reader / edited with an introd. and continuity by Oakah L. Jones, Jr., and a foreword by Donald C. Cutter.

Los Angeles : L. L. Morrison, [1974] .

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Other Title Journal of the West.
Subjects America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.
Southwest, New -- History -- To 1848.
Spain -- Colonies -- America.
Description xiv, 262 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Notes Papers originally published separately in Journal of the West.
Includes index.
Bibliography: p. 242-247.
Contents Pourade, R. F. Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo.--Conroy, W. B. The Llano Estacado in 1541.--Engstrand, I. H. W. Scientists in New Spain.--Simmons, M. Settlement patterns and village plans in colonial New Mexico.--Faulk, O. B. The Presidio.--Christiansen, P. W. The Presidio and the borderlands.--Moorhead, M. L. The soldado de cuera.--Campbell, L. G.--The first Californios.--Jones, O. L. Pueblo Indian auxiliaries and the reconquest of New Mexico, 1692-1704.--Greenleaf, R. E. The Nueva Vizcaya frontier, 1787-1789.--Benes, R. J. Anza and Concha in New Mexico, 1787-1793.--Vigness, D. M. Don Hugo Oconor and New Spain's northeastern frontier, 1764-1776.--Schmutz, R. A. Jesuit missionary methods in northwestern Mexico.--Probert, A. Bartolomé de Medina.--Ressler, J. Q. Indian and Spanish water-control on New Spain's northwest frontier.
Geographic Area Spain
North America
Southwest, New
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01206236
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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