The Political Ecology of New Spain's Far Northern, Part II_D2L

The Political Ecology of New Spain's Far Northern, Part II_D2L

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The Political Ecology of New Spain’s Far Northern Frontier, Part II: Missions and Military ANTH 418
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Missionaries on the Northern Frontier Franciscans (O.F.M.) and Jesuits (S.J.) Regular clergy ( regula , or rule) Most intimate and sustained contact Secular clergy (diocesan priest) O.F.M. first to arrive and last to leave --1550s, Zacatecos; La Laguna; New Mexico; Texas & Alta California; After 1767, Jesuit missions in NW Mexico; example of San Xavier del Bac
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The Society of Jesus Enter the region in the late 16 th century Up the Pacific Coast; Cáhita-speaking communities of northern Sinaloa Mayo river valley in southern Sonora The Yoeme, or Yaqui requested missionization in 1610
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The Mission in Theory Temporary phase Series of stages Reducción , applied to an incipient community where Native Americans had been gathered together for a more efficient and effective administration, both spiritually and temporally The intent
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The Mission in Practice Missionization transformed 1) how Native Americans
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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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The Political Ecology of New Spain's Far Northern, Part II_D2L

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