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作者 Gonzalez, Albert D
書名 The history and archaeology of the eighteenth-century community at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
說明 84 p
附註 Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 45-04, page: 1786
Adviser: R. David Edmunds
Thesis (M.A.)--The University of Texas at Dallas, 2007
This thesis examines interethnic relations in the Spanish colonial village of Las Trampas de Taos (now Ranchos de Taos) in northeastern New Mexico. That frontier settlement developed its multiethnic character during the early eighteenth century, taking in Hispanics of multiple castes, Jicarilla Apaches, genizaros (detribalized Indians), and Taos Indians. The first chapter traces the histories of the community's constituent ethnic groups. The second chapter analyzes the nature of the relationships that developed among those groups after their arrivals. The last chapter explores the nature of everyday life at the early settlement through its material culture, building conclusions on an analysis of the findings of recent archaeological excavations. Designed as a springboard for future inquiry, this thesis raises a number of new historical and archaeological research questions in addition to providing an historical analysis of the early community at Las Trampas de Taos
School code: 0382
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 45-04
主題 Anthropology, Archaeology
History, Latin American
History, United States
Sociology, Ethnic and Racial Studies
Alt Author The University of Texas at Dallas
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