The Resource From settler to citizen : economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820, by Ross Harold Frank

From settler to citizen : economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820, by Ross Harold Frank

Label
From settler to citizen : economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820
Title
From settler to citizen
Title remainder
economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820
Statement of responsibility
by Ross Harold Frank
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IQU
Degree
Ph. D.
Dissertation year
1992
Granting institution
University of California, Berkeley
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
F799
LC item number
.F73 1993
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
Label
From settler to citizen : economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820, by Ross Harold Frank
Instantiates
Manufacture
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 477-501)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • To tax or to develop? the Bourbon dilemma in New Mexico
  • Bourbon policy and northern monetary and fiscal problems
  • The Bourbon response to the problem presidio supply
  • Efforts to encourage economic development in New Mexico
  • The case for a New Mexican boom, 1785-1810.
  • The New Mexican tithe rental as evidence of economic growth
  • The mechanics of tithe collection in colonial New Mexico
  • Significance : gauging an increase in economic productivity
  • Demographic growth and the effect on economic development
  • Linking economic development and social change.
  • Introduction.
  • Products and markets in New Mexico, 1740-1770
  • The economic boom and the creation of a market economy
  • The second eighteenth century trade economy, 1770-1820
  • Social consequences of eighteenth century economic development
  • Cultural transformation - from settler to citizen, 1780-1820.
  • Transforming material culture : Santos and furniture
  • Reorientating Franciscans to a Vecino culture
  • Transforming Pueblo Indian - Vecino relations
  • Conclusion
  • Days of affliction : the "Defensive Crisis," 1750-1785.
  • A manifestation of cultural psychology
  • Plains Indian hostilities and their economic effect, 1750-1780
  • Forging the psychological links between history and culture
  • "One does not find pelicans in New Mexico" : Bourbon fiscal refom and investment in the provincias internas, 1770-1800.
  • Bourbon administrative power in New Mexico
  • Indian policy and northern frontier - the alliances of the 1780s
Control code
33210680
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
501 leaves
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Reproduction note
Photocopy.
System control number
(OCoLC)33210680
Label
From settler to citizen : economic development and cultural change in late colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820, by Ross Harold Frank
Manufacture
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 477-501)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • To tax or to develop? the Bourbon dilemma in New Mexico
  • Bourbon policy and northern monetary and fiscal problems
  • The Bourbon response to the problem presidio supply
  • Efforts to encourage economic development in New Mexico
  • The case for a New Mexican boom, 1785-1810.
  • The New Mexican tithe rental as evidence of economic growth
  • The mechanics of tithe collection in colonial New Mexico
  • Significance : gauging an increase in economic productivity
  • Demographic growth and the effect on economic development
  • Linking economic development and social change.
  • Introduction.
  • Products and markets in New Mexico, 1740-1770
  • The economic boom and the creation of a market economy
  • The second eighteenth century trade economy, 1770-1820
  • Social consequences of eighteenth century economic development
  • Cultural transformation - from settler to citizen, 1780-1820.
  • Transforming material culture : Santos and furniture
  • Reorientating Franciscans to a Vecino culture
  • Transforming Pueblo Indian - Vecino relations
  • Conclusion
  • Days of affliction : the "Defensive Crisis," 1750-1785.
  • A manifestation of cultural psychology
  • Plains Indian hostilities and their economic effect, 1750-1780
  • Forging the psychological links between history and culture
  • "One does not find pelicans in New Mexico" : Bourbon fiscal refom and investment in the provincias internas, 1770-1800.
  • Bourbon administrative power in New Mexico
  • Indian policy and northern frontier - the alliances of the 1780s
Control code
33210680
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
501 leaves
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Reproduction note
Photocopy.
System control number
(OCoLC)33210680

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