Indigenous Responses to Spanish Frontier Institutions

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Indigenous Responses to Spanish Frontier Institutions ANTH 418
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How did Native Americans of the greater Southwest respond to Spanish colonialism? The complexity of the answer “through a glass darkly” The documentary record in light of later ethnographic research to appreciate the outlines of the Native American response to the Spanish colonial enterprise Spain sought to incorporate Indians into its society Native Americans integrated and interpreted all things European in novel & creative ways
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Resistance Revolt and Rebellion: Tarahumaras, Acaxees, Xiximes, Tepehuanes, Conchos, Tobosos, Pueblo Indians, Sumas, Upper Pimas, Yaquis & Mayos, Seris Why rebellion? Rebellions varied in intensity and extent Millenarian Political autonomy and control over lands Waves of rebellion Coordination Aftermath of rebellion
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The Reasons for Spanish Dominance Go far beyond superior weaponry Spain was a global empire with global resources and a global chain of command
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2009 for the course ANTH 418 taught by Professor Adams/brescia during the Spring '09 term at Arizona.

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