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by Martín Salinas

  • ISBN: 0292730551
  • Author: Martín Salinas
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 207
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press (April 1, 1990)
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  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
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Certain to become a standard reference in its field, Indians of the Rio Grande Delta is the first single-volume source on these little-known peoples.

Indians of the Rio Grande Delta. Their Role in the History of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico. This is a print-on-demand title. Certain to become a standard reference in its field, Indians of the Rio Grande Delta is the first single-volume source on these little-known peoples. Working from innumerable primary documents in various Texan and Mexican archives, Martin Salinas has compiled data on more than six dozen named groups that inhabited the area in the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries.

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He also offers general information on various unnamed groups of Indians, on the lifeways of the indigenous peoples, and on the relations between the Indian groups and the colonial Spanish missions in the region. Texas Archaeology & Ethnohistory. University of Texas Press.

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Texas archaeology and ethnohistory series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -185) and index. Geographic Name: Rio Grande Valley (Colo. Mexico and Te. Antiquities. Rubrics: Indians of North America Texas Antiquities History Indians of Mexico. by Colin and Jacqui Hawkins. 30 Author: Hawkins, Colin. Publication & Distribution: London. Little Mammoth, (c)1989, c1984. Author: Hawkins, Jacqui. Crazy creatures of the world by Joanne Mattern.

Indians of the Rio Grande Delta: Their Role in the History of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Pardosa parallela Banks, 1898 is made the type species of the new genus Camptocosa. November 1993 · American Indian Quarterly. Mary Christopher Nunley. Camptocosa parallela new combination is re-described from fresh material, and a new species C. texana, is described from Texas.

Their Role in the History of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Series Texas Archaeology and Ethnohistory Series. Published: 1st April 1990.

As the cover states the Author is Martin Salinas and he published this book back in April 1, 1990.

In the seventeenth century, South Texas and Northeastern Mexico formed El Nuevo Reino de León, a frontier province of New Spain. In 1690, Juan Bautista Chapa penned a richly detailed history of Nuevo León for the years 1630 to 1690. Although his Historia de Nuevo León was not published until 1909, it has since been acclaimed as the key contemporary document for any historical study of Spanish colonial Texas. This book offers the only accurate and annotated English translation of Chapa's Historia

Certain to become a standard reference in its field, Indians of the Rio Grande Delta is the first single-volume source on these little-known peoples.

Working from innumerable primary documents in various Texan and Mexican archives, Martin Salinas has compiled data on more than six dozen named groups that inhabited the area in the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries. Depending on available information, he reconstructs something of their history, geographical range and migrations, demography, language, and culture. He also offers general information on various unnamed groups of Indians, on the lifeways of the indigenous peoples, and on the relations between the Indian groups and the colonial Spanish missions in the region.

Comments (5)

Wenyost
I was very pleased to find this type of study of this area. Wonderful source.
skyjettttt
This book was so informative. I used it in research for a historical fiction adventure novel based on the Tex/Mex border in 1880. This book had information that I could not find anywhere else.
Quellik
what a great read. the prehistory is something we should not forget. am glad this book is available. a great reference book.
Netlandinhabitant
Excellent book.
Budar
I was born in the Rio Grande, I am researching my native American roots. Thank you

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