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THE MEXICAN IMAGE IN NINETEENTH CENTURY TEXAS

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by ARNOLDO De LEON

1st ed., January 1983, 45 pages, $10.95
ISBN 978-0-89641-106-7  Review Shopping Cart


This title is part of the American Press Texas History series. All of these books are original works written by respected historians and provide an interesting presentation of the many and varied perspectives of Texas History.

Contents

Chapter 1: THE DEBATE OVER PREJUDICE

Chapter 2: THE ORIGINS OF ANTI-MEXICAN ATTITUDES

Chapter 3: PREJUDICE IN MEXICO'S FAR NORTHERN FRONTIER

Chapter 4: TEXIAN AND TEJANOS — FIRST ENCOUNTERS 1821-1836

Chapter 5: COMPARING CIVILIZATIONS — THE PERIOD OF THE REPUBLIC, 1836-1848

Chapter 6: PENETRATING SOUTH AND WEST TEXAS — THE PERIOD OF STATEHOOD, 1848-1861

Chapter 7: THE KILLING OF A MEXICAN IS NO CRIME — CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION, 1861-1877

Chapter 8: NEW WILDERNESSES — REDEEMING SOUTH AND WEST TEXAS, 1870-1890

Chapter 9: A TRANSITIONAL DECADE — THE NINTIES

Chapter 10: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

NOTES

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