Anglos and Mexicans in the Making of Texas, 1836-1986 (Google eBook)

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University of Texas Press, Jul 5, 2010 - History
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Anglo settlers were not the only ones who wanted freedom from Mexico under Santa Anna. Many Texicans of Spanish descent joined the cause and one would serve as vice-president of the Republic of Texas. Read full review

Contents

PART ONE Incorporation 18361900
13
Ice Cold Beer and Law West of the Pecos Langtry
21
Tables
40
Agents for Large Tracts of Desirable Land 1893
45
Mexican Sheep Shearers near Fort McKavett 1892
93
PART TWO Reconstruction 19001920
101
Cowboy Recruits for Service against Bandits 1915
120
Pryor Ranch Prospectus ca 1915
137
The Geography of Race and Class
235
Selected Characteristics of South Texas 1930
247
Unpaid Family Farm Labor in South Texas 1930
250
PART FOUR Integration 19401986
257
Modern School in Mathis 1954
267
Texas House Redistricting 19511967
278
A Time of Inclusion
288
San Antonio City Council Members
294

Joy Ride on TexMex Border Rio Grande City 1915
153
PART THREE Segregation 19201940
157
Farmers and Laborers in South Texas Farm Zones 1930
173
A Web of Labor Controls
214
The Culture of Segregation
220
Appendix On Interpreting Southwestern History
309
Bibliography
353
Index
371
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David Montejano is Professor of Ethnic Studies and History at the University of California, Berkeley

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