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CONTENTS<BR><BR>INTRODUCTION - CULTURAL FRONTIERS<BR><B>The Overlapping Conquests of North America</B><BR><B>The Indians of Northwestern New Spain About 1600</B><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal General Characteristics<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Rancheria Peoples<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Village Peoples<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Band Peoples<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Nonagricultural Bands<BR><B>Reactions to Conquest</B><BR><BR>PART I - THE FLOW OF HISTORY: EVENTS OF CONTACT<BR><B>Introduction</B><BR><B>Chapter One - Tarahumaras</B><BR> <B>Chapter Two - Mayos and Yaquis</B><BR><B>Chapter Three - Lower Pimas and Opatas</B><BR><B>Chapter Four - Seris</B><BR><B>Chapter Five - Upper Pimas</B><BR><B>Chapter Six - Eastern Pueblos</B> <BR><B>Chapter Seven - Western Pueblos</B><BR><B>Chapter Eight - Navajos</B> <BR><B>Chapter Nine - Western Apaches</B><BR><B>Chapter Ten - Yumans</B><BR><BR> PART II - THE FRAMEWORK OF CONTACT: PROGRAMS FOR CIVILIZATION<BR><B>Introduction</B><BR><B>Chapter Eleven -The Spanish Program</B><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Culture of the Conquest<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Frontier Institutions: <I>The Mission Community, The Spanish Town</I><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Conflicts in Spanish Culture<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Bearers of Spanish Culture <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Techniques of Culture Transfer <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Changes in the Spanish Program <BR><B>Chapter Twelve -The Mexican Program</B> <BR><B>Chapter Thirteen -The Anglo -American Program</B> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Historical Bases of Anglo Policy <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Content of Anglo Policy<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Nature of the Contact Communities: <I>The Reservation Community, The Anglo -American Town</I> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Conflicts in Anglo Culture<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Bearers of Anglo Culture <BR><BR>PART III - RESULTS OF CONTACT: THE COURSE OF CULTURAL CHANGE<BR><B>Chapter Fourteen - Political Incorporation</B><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Starting Points: <I>The Native Political Systems, Contrasts with Spanish Government</I> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>First Steps in Political Adaptation <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Political Resistance and Assimilation in Sonora and Chihuahua <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Protection and Dependency in Arizona and New Mexico <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Results of Political Incorporation <BR><B>Chapter Fifteen -Linguistic Unification</B><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Diffusion of Spanish <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Diffusion of English<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Extinction of Indian Languages <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Persistence and Modification of Indian Languages: <I>Spanish Influences, English Influences, Influences of Literacy Programs, Functional Change</I><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Influence of Indian Languages on Spanish and English <BR><B>Chapter Sixteen -Community Reorientation</B> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Changes in the Size and Shape of Indian Communities<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Growth of Alternative Family Patterns<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Individual in Society: <I>Personal Names, Other Trends</I> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>Factions and Parties<BR><B>Chapter Seventeen -Religious Diversification</B><BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Diffusion of Catholicism<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Many Voices of Protestantism<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Rise of New Religions <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Persistence of Indian Religions <BR><B>Chapter Eighteen -Economic Integration</B> <BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Decline of Farming<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20>The Introduction of Livestock<BR><SPACER TYPE=horizontal SIZE=20

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Examines the effects of European expansion on the language, social structure, economy, religion, and self-image of Navajo, Yaqui, Papago, and other native American communities.

Synopsis:

The kind of interpretation attempted in this volume grew out of a search for answers to the following question: What are the chief ways in which Indians have responded to Western civilization and what has happened to their cultures as a result of contact? The present volume attempts to answer the questions in a broad way for the region as a whole, but with sufficient detail to provide a sense of concreteness regarding the experience of each of the major Indian groups.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780816500215
Author:
Spicer, Edward H.
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press
Subject:
Native American Studies
Subject:
History
Subject:
Indians of north america
Subject:
United States - State & Local
Subject:
United States - State & Local - General
Subject:
Southwest, New History.
Subject:
Americana-General
Subject:
Native American
Edition Description:
Paperback
Publication Date:
19671131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Pages:
609
Dimensions:
9 x 6 x 609 in

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Examines the effects of European expansion on the language, social structure, economy, religion, and self-image of Navajo, Yaqui, Papago, and other native American communities.
"Synopsis" by , The kind of interpretation attempted in this volume grew out of a search for answers to the following question: What are the chief ways in which Indians have responded to Western civilization and what has happened to their cultures as a result of contact? The present volume attempts to answer the questions in a broad way for the region as a whole, but with sufficient detail to provide a sense of concreteness regarding the experience of each of the major Indian groups.
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