Pueblos, plains & province: New Mexico in the seventeenth century
Offers an in-depth examination of sociopolitical conflict in seventeenth-century New Mexico, detailing the effects of Spanish colonial policies on settlers', missionaries', and Indigenous peoples' struggle for economic and cultural control of the region. Explores the rich archival documentation that provides cultural, linguistic, and legal views of the period's values--provided by publisher.
Sánchez, Joseph P.
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Author(s):Perry, Gerald. Director. Health Sciences LibraryDate:2013The Health Sciences Library's first comprehensive Self Study and formal academic Program Review.
Author(s):Brose, Michael C.; Brose, Michael C.Date:2010-01-01A review of the book "Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)," by Bin Yang is presented.
Improving the operational efficiencies of 19th century irrigation canals in the 21st century - examples in Idaho Author(s):Sauer, Brian W.; Hicks, LloydDate Issued:2009-11Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)The Great Feeder Canal is a 26-mile long natural channel developed in the late 1800's by Mormon settlers in Eastern Idaho to deliver Snake River water to 120,000 acres of farm land near the town of Rigby. The Great Feeder, ...