Titles by Publisher

Notes from a Miner's Canary

Essays on the State of Native America
By Jace Weaver

A leading scholar takes on a variety of contemporary issues as they relate to Native Americans.

Constructing Lives at Mission San Francisco

Native Californians and Hispanic Colonists, 1776-1821
By Quincy Newell

In this finely crafted study Quincy Newell examines the complexity of cultural contact between Franciscans and the native populations at Mission San Francisco.

The Society of Equality

Popular Republicanism and Democracy in Santiago de Chile, 1818-1851
By James Wood

Wood argues that the "œSociety of Equality" set a new standard for democratic thought and action in Chilean history and was arguably the most democratic political association of its era in all of Latin America.

Mexican Community Health and the Politics of Health Reform

By Suzanne Schneider

This very human study of emerging medical services in Morelos, Mexico, illustrates the variety of grassroot solutions to health care delivery in response to rising costs and restrictions on access.

The Sacred Oral Tradition of the Havasupai

As Retold By Elders and Headmen Manakaja and Sinyella 1918–1921
Edited by Frank TikalskyCatherine EulerJohn Nagel

This collection of forty-eight stories is one of the earliest, most complete translations of an entire Native American oral tradition.

The Limits of Gender Domination

Women, the Law, and Political Crisis in Quito, 1765-1830
By Chad Thomas Black

By documenting the progressive removal of limits to patriarchal power in the waning years of the Spanish Empire in Quito, this study traces the genealogy of legal patriarchy in Spanish America.

Wonders of the Weavers/Maravillas de los tejedores

Nineteenth-Century Rio Grande Weavings from the Collection of the Albuquerque Museum
By Deborah C. Slaney

Featured are thirty-seven of the Albuquerque Museum's most notable examples of Hispanic weavings including jergas, colchas and frazadas.

Subjects: Art

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