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Author Crandall, Maurice, author.

Title These people have always been a republic : indigenous electorate in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, 1598-1912 / Maurice Crandall.

Publication Info. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2019]

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Description 1 online resource (x, 372 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Series The David J. Weber series in the new borderlands history
David J. Weber series in the new borderlands history.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-360) and index.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (JSTOR platform, viewed December 5, 2019).
Summary "By focusing on this long history, Maurice Crandall demonstrates how Indigenous peoples absorbed, adapted, or eschewed colonially imposed forms of electoral politics and exercised political sovereignty based on local needs. In doing so, this study compares and contrasts not only Spanish, Mexican, and American conceptions of Indian citizenship, but also the differences among indigenous groups that populated what became the states of Arizona and New Mexico. Crandall's work represents a significant contribution to the fields of indigenous political rights and legal status in the American Southwest, as well as Indian-Hispano and Indian-Anglo relations in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Rep├║blicas de indios in Spanish New Mexico -- Hopis, Yaquis, and O'odhams in the Spanish Arizona-Sonora borderlands: political incorporation by degrees -- Pueblo contestations of power in the Mexican period -- The politics of inclusion/exclusion in the Arizona-Sonora borderlands during the Mexican period -- Refusing citizenship: Pueblo Indians and voting during the United States territorial period -- Disparate designs: Indian voting in territorial Arizona.
Subject Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. (OCoLC)fst00969825
Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- North America -- Political activity.
Subject Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- Political activity. (OCoLC)fst00969874
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- Mexico -- Government relations.
Indigenous peoples -- Mexico -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Subject Indians of Mexico -- Political activity.
Indians of Mexico -- Government relations.
Indians of Mexico -- Government relations. (OCoLC)fst00969556
Indians of North America -- Government relations. (OCoLC)fst00969761
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- North America -- Government relations.
Subject Indians of Mexico -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- North America -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Subject Indians of North America -- Political activity.
HISTORY -- Native American.
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- Mexico -- Political activity.
Genre/Form History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Subject Mexican-American Border Region -- History.
North America -- Mexican-American Border Region. (OCoLC)fst01239966
Indians of Mexico -- Legal status, laws, etc. (OCoLC)fst00969585
Other Form: Print version: Crandall, Maurice. These people have always been a republic. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [2019] 9781469652658 9781469652665 (DLC) 2019008154 (OCoLC)1088668720
ISBN 9781469652689 (electronic book)
1469652684 (electronic book)
9781469652672 (electronic book)
1469652676 (electronic book)
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