Barr, Juliana

Peace came in the form of a woman : Indians and Spaniards in the Texas borderlands / Juliana Barr. - xi, 397 páginas : ilustraciones, mapas ; 24 cm.

"Published in association with the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University"

Incluye referencias bibliográficas (páginas [347]-388) e índices.

Diplomatic ritual in the "land of the Tejas" -- Political kinship through settlement and marriage -- Civil alliance and "civility" in mission-presidio complexes -- Negotiating fear with violence : Apaches and Spaniards at midcentury -- Contests and alliances of norteño manhood : the road to truce and treaty -- Womanly "captivation" : political economies of hostage taking and hospitality.

9780807830826 9780807857908

Indios de América del Norte--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII
Cautiverios indígenas--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII
Españoles--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII
Misiones españolas--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII
Mujeres y paz--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII
Mujeres--Condiciones sociales--Texas--Siglo XVIII--Historia--Texas--Siglo XVIII--Diplomacia

Texas (Estados Unidos)--Historia--Hasta 1846

E78.T4 .B37 2007

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