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Los primeros pobladores; Hispanic Americans of the Ute frontier.

Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press [1974] .
ISBN 0268005052, 0268005117, 9780268005054, 9780268005115

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Other Title Hispanic Americans of the Ute frontier.
Subjects Colorado.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Colorado.
Frontier and pioneer life -- New Mexico.
Frontier and pioneer life.
Hispanic Americans -- Colorado.
Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico.
Hispanic Americans.
Hispanoamericanos en Colorado, EE. UU.
New Mexico.
Description xxiii, 262 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-247).
Contents Glossary -- Introduction -- New Mexico's cultural sequences. The Pueblos at time of first Spanish contact ; Hispanic exploration and settlement of New Mexico ; Horse and buffalo on the plains ; The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo -- Early Chama Valley settlers. The Genízaro settlements ; Hispanic, Genízaro, and Ute relations ; Nineteenth century land grants ; Petitions for the Tierra Amarilla grant -- The Mexican Republic and United States conquest of New Mexico -- Population shifts in the Territorial period. Origins of the Penitente Brotherhood ; Thomas Catron and Tierra Amarilla ; The vigilantes ; Open terror -- Hispanic settlements of the San Juan Basin. Germans in the Hispanic settlements ; Anglo reactions against German-Hispano-Ute alliance ; Abiquiu descendants and outsiders ; Liquor and the Utes ; The career of Fabian Martinez ; Agency discrimination against Hispanos ; Rise and fall of Rosa businesses -- The flowering and decline of San Juan Basin communities. Utes and Hispanos of La Posta ; Cañada Bonita, a Penitente settlement ; Piedra Valley settlers ; The Alianza -- Hispanic community structure -- Frontier Hispanic social relations. Fraternal relations ; The position of women ; Parent-child relations ; Concepts of masculinity and femininity -- Paths of change.
Geographic Area New Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)714157
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Quintana, Frances Leon.
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