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Tejano Legacy Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, 1734-1900

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ISBN-10: 0826318975

ISBN-13: 9780826318978

Edition: 1998

Authors: Armando C. Alonzo

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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Publication date: 1/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 369
Size: 6.03" wide x 9.01" long x 0.86" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Professor Armando Alonzo is a borderlands scholar in the History department at Texas A&M University.

Spaniards, Indians, and The Inhospitable Seno Mexicano
Hacia La Frontera The Origins of Spanish and Mexican Society In Present-Day South Texas, 1730s-1848
Early Economic Life in the Lower R�o Grande Frontier, 1730s-1848 Origins of Commerce, Ranching, and Farming Enterprises
The Making of a Tejano Homeland In South Texas, 1848-1900: Population Growth, Adaptation, and Conflict
Losing Ground Anglo Challenges to Mexican Landholders And Land Grant Adjudication in South Texas, 1846-1900
A Case Study of Tejano Land Tenure in Hidalgo County, Texas 1848-1900
Recovery and Expansion Of Tejano Ranching in South Texas 1848-1885 The Good Years
The Decline Of Tejano Ranching Its Social and Economic Bases, 1885-1900
Tejano Rancheros and Hispanic Landholding in the Southwest 1848-1900
Definition of Terms
A Note on Sources
Livestock Transactions Recorded in Hidalgo County 1874-1899
Livestock Transactions in Webb County, Texas, 1876-1890