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The Table of Contents of EPIC below: PART ONE PRECONTACT Chapter 1: PRE-COLUMBIAN CIVILIZATIONS PART TWO: SPANISH PERIOD Chapter 2: FIRST EUROPEANS IN THE SOUTHWEST Chapter 3: FIRST EUROPEAN COLONY and SETTLEMENTS COLONY: New Mexico, 1598 SETTLEMENTS: San Antonio, Texas, 1718 San Diego, California, 1769 Tucson, Arizona, 1776 Chapter 4: SPANISH INSTITUTIONS Missions KINO MARGIL Presidio ANZA Ranching New Mexico Texas California Arizona Chapter 5: SOCIETY in the HISPANIC SOUTHWEST New Mexico Texas California Arizona Chapter 6: INDIAN AFFAIRS in the HISPANIC SOUTHWEST New Mexico Acoma War Jumano War St.
Lawrence Day Massacre Reconquest of New Mexico Chapter 6 continued Notes Comanche War and Peace Cebolleta and the Navajo Frontier Texas California Arizona PART THREE: AMERICAN PERIOD Chapter 7: THE MEXICAN WAR Synopsis Chapter 8: The Mexican War in Texas New Mexico Arizona California.
Chapter 9; THE CIVIL WAR in the Southwest Chapter 10: INDIAN AFFAIRS IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST|: Texas California Nevada Colorado Utah Oklahoma New Mexico Arizona Chapter 11: RAILROADS Chapter 12: FRONTIER LAW AND ORDER Texas California Oklahoma New Mexico Arizona Chapter 13: STATEHOOD AND AMERICANIZATION Notes Texas-1845.
California-1850 Nevada-1864 Colorado-1876 Utah-1896 Oklahoma-1907 New Mexico-1912 Arizona-1912 Chapter 14: LAND TENURE Chapter 15: EDUCATION IN THE SOUTHWEST Chapter 16: A PERSONAL TOUR OF THE SOUTHWEST ANNOTATED BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHY EPILOGUE TIMELINES European Exploration of the Americas Denominational Christianity Kingofthe Plains HISTORICAL ESSAYS History or Propaganda? On California Historiography On New Mexican Indian Affairs On the Spanish Era The Dred Scott Decision On California Indian History Morality Aside Myth 8C Media in Western History INDEX Saturday, October 1st, 10th anniversary of Irvine Global Village Festival from a.m. Its an all-day party, food, entertainment, and its FREE!
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But, Bustamante immediately recognized that South America was missing from the project, which the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is coordinating.
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