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Mexico and Mexicans in the making of the United States / edited by John Tutino
1st ed
Austin : University of Texas Press, c2012
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E184.M5 M536 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Mexican Americans -- History
Mexicans -- United States -- History
Subject United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico
Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States
Physical Description x, 320 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: Mexico and Mexicans making U.S. history / John Tutino -- Capitalist foundations: Spanish North America, Mexico, and the United States / John Tutino -- Between Mexico and the United States: from Indios to Vaqueros in the pastoral borderlands / Andrew C. Isenberg -- Imagining Mexico in love and war: nineteenth-century U.S. literature and visual culture / Shelley Streeby -- Mexican merchants and teamsters on the Texas cotton road, 1862/1865 / David Montejano -- Making Americans and Mexicans in the Arizona borderlands / Katherine Benton-Cohen -- Keeping community, challenging boundaries: indigenous migrants, internationalist workers, and Mexican revolutionaries, 1900/1920 / Devra Weber -- Transnational triangulation: Mexico, the United States, and the emergence of a Mexican American middle class / Jose E. Limón -- New Mexico, mestizaje, and the transnations of North America / Ramón A. Gutiérrez
Series History, culture, and society series
Alternate Author Tutino, John, 1947-

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