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Resilient Cultures America's Native Peoples Confront European Colonization, 1500-1800

ISBN-10: 020569358X
ISBN-13: 9780205693580
Edition: 2nd 2013 (Revised)
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List price: $78.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 9/7/2016
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.814
Language: English

John E. Kicza is the former department of history co-chair at Washington State University. He was as an associate dean of the college of liberal arts at WSU from 2001 2005 and served on the graduate faculty of the American studies program. He is also a former Edward R. Meyer distinguished professor. Kicza received his Ph.D. from UCLA in 1979. His fields of expertise are Latin American history and early European overseas culture contacts. His books include The Indian in Latin American History: Resistance, Resilience, and Acculturation (Scholarly Resources, 2000) and The Social History of Spanish America in the National Period (AcademiaNacional de la Historia de Venezuela, 1998). His articles, chapters and entries have appeared in such journals as the William and Mary Quarterly, Hispanic American Historical Review, Renaissance Quarterly and the Latin American Research Review.

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Preface
Introduction
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The Native Societies of the Americas Before Contact
The Coming of Humans to the Americas and the Agricultural Revolution
Sedentary Imperial Societies
Landholding Patterns and Forms of Production and Distribution
Empires and Warfare
Semisedentary Societies
The Primacy of Community and Lineage
Nonsedentary Hunters and Gatherers
The Native Population of the Americas on the Eve of Contact
Conclusion
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The Conquests and Initial Establishment of Colonies in Latin America
The European Setting
Iberia's Early Efforts at Exploration
Spaniards in the Caribbean
Organization and Functioning of Spanish Expeditions of Conquest
Conquest of the Sedentary Imperial Societies
Conquest and Semisedentary and Nonsedentary Peoples
Conclusion
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Colonial Spanish America and Its Impact on the Sedentary Imperial Societies
Spanish Colonists and Their Expectations
Retention of Indigenous Provincial Organization
Fragmentation and Its Impact
Demographic Collapse and Its Consequences
Tribute and Labor Service Systems
Urban Indians
Race Mixture and Its Recognition
Creative Adaptations at the Local Level
Changes in Material Culture
The Christianization of Native Peoples
The Cult of the Saints
Language and Cultural Change in Mesoamerican Communities
The Character of Native Revolts
The Impact of Eighteenth-Century Population Growth
Conclusion
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Spanish and Portuguese Interactions with Semisedentary and Nonsedentary Peoples
Migration and an Enduring Frontier among the Maya of the Yucatan Peninsula
Muted Transformations among the Pacified Maya
The Portuguese and the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil
Spanish Settlement among the Guaran� of Greater Paraguay
The Araucanians of Southern Chile
Limited Spanish Success against the Hunter-Gatherers of the Mexican Desert North
Missions in Spanish and Portuguese America
Conclusion
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Native Responses to Settlement in the East and Southwest in North America
Spain in Eastern North America
Spain in the American Southwest
The French Arrival in Canada
The French Avoidance of Conflicts over Land and Authority
The Fur Trade and the Huron
French Warfare Against the Iroquois
French Settlement Along the St. Lawrence in the Eighteenth Century
The Canadian West and Mississippi River Valley in the Eighteenth Century
The Dutch in New Netherland
The Dutch Fur Trade at Fort Orange
Dutch Settlement around New Amsterdam and Its Impact on the Native Peoples
Conclusion
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The British and the Indians of Eastern North America
Early English Undertakings in North America
Jamestown and English Settlement in the Chesapeake
Puritan Settlement in New England and the Rapid Transformation of the Local Peoples
The Iroquois in the Eighteenth Century
The Carolinas in the Eighteenth Century
The Native Peoples West of the Appalachians in the Eighteenth Century
Conclusion
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Enduring Connections between the New World and the Old
The Movement of Peoples
The Movement of Diseases
The Movement of Animals
The Movement of Plants
The Movement of Precious Metals
By Way of Conclusion�Enduring Patterns in the Americas
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