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The Resource Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest : essays, by David J. Weber

Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest : essays, by David J. Weber

Label
Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest : essays
Title
Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest
Title remainder
essays
Statement of responsibility
by David J. Weber
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
F786
LC item number
.W365 1988
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Calvin P. Horn lectures in western history and culture
Label
Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest : essays, by David J. Weber
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction -- Reflections on Coronado and the myth of Quivira -- Fray Marcos de Niza and the historians -- Turner, the Boltonians, and the Spanish borderlands -- John Francis Bannon and the historiography of the Spanish borderlands: retrospect and prospect -- Mexico's far northern frontier, 1821-1854: Historiography askew -- "From hell itself": the Americanization of Mexico's northern frontier, 1821-1846 -- American westward expansion and the breakdown of relations between Pobladores and "Indios barbaros" on Mexico's far northern frontier, 1821-1846 -- Refighting the Alamo: mythmaking and the Texas revolution -- "Scarce more than apes": historial roots of Anglo-American stereotypes of Mexicans -- Index
Control code
17841070
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xii, 179 pages
Isbn
9780826310941
Lccn
88012035
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Second paperbound printing, 1991. Purchased by the Hispanic Writers Endowment.
  • Library{u2019}s copy 4 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Author's inscribed presentation copy to Marc Simmons, Autumn '88. Items laid in: 1 notecard listing pages marked with post-it notes; 1 paperslip note; 1 copied, typed note addressing author; 1 handwritten letter addressing Marc Simmons from author; 2 copied journal pages; 1 journal page; 5 copied newspaper clipping, 1 containing handwritten note addressing Marc Simmons from author. Wtih dust jacket.
Label
Myth and the history of the Hispanic Southwest : essays, by David J. Weber
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction -- Reflections on Coronado and the myth of Quivira -- Fray Marcos de Niza and the historians -- Turner, the Boltonians, and the Spanish borderlands -- John Francis Bannon and the historiography of the Spanish borderlands: retrospect and prospect -- Mexico's far northern frontier, 1821-1854: Historiography askew -- "From hell itself": the Americanization of Mexico's northern frontier, 1821-1846 -- American westward expansion and the breakdown of relations between Pobladores and "Indios barbaros" on Mexico's far northern frontier, 1821-1846 -- Refighting the Alamo: mythmaking and the Texas revolution -- "Scarce more than apes": historial roots of Anglo-American stereotypes of Mexicans -- Index
Control code
17841070
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xii, 179 pages
Isbn
9780826310941
Lccn
88012035
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Second paperbound printing, 1991. Purchased by the Hispanic Writers Endowment.
  • Library{u2019}s copy 4 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Author's inscribed presentation copy to Marc Simmons, Autumn '88. Items laid in: 1 notecard listing pages marked with post-it notes; 1 paperslip note; 1 copied, typed note addressing author; 1 handwritten letter addressing Marc Simmons from author; 2 copied journal pages; 1 journal page; 5 copied newspaper clipping, 1 containing handwritten note addressing Marc Simmons from author. Wtih dust jacket.

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