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NEW HISTORY BOOKS!

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Revolt at Taos - James A. Crutchfield
Call Number: Main Stacks E404 .C78 2015
Publication Date: 2015

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Colonial Blackness - Herman L. Bennett
Call Number: ebook
Publication Date: 2009

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Private Women, Public Lives - Bárbara O. Reyes
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2009

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Crucible of Struggle - Zaragosa Vargas
Call Number: Main Stacks E184.M5 V343 2011
Publication Date: 2010

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Militarizing the Border - Miguel Antonio Levario
Call Number: eBook
ISBN: 9781603447584
Publication Date: 2012

 

LIBRARY ASSIGNMENT

Library Assignment I

  1. Find a Print Book and an eBook
  2. Find a Primary Source
  3. Find two Articles from the library Databases
  4. Identify Citation resources

Library Assignment II

  1. Brainstorm about your research topic
  2. Find Articles
  3. Find Books
  4. Find Primary sources
  5. Draft your annotated bibliography using CSM citation
 

TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY)

Georg Braun, editor and Franz Hogenberg, engraver. Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) from Civitates Orbis Terrarum.  Engraving on paper.  Biblioteca Nacional Madrid.  Available from:  http://0-library.artstor.org.library.cabrillo.edu/library/#3|imagegroup|842812||Private20Folders203E20History2026gt3B20HIST203231A20283129|fldr_740685|true|||1| (accessed September 9, 2015).

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IDEAS FOR PAPER TOPICS

1. Pre-Columbian Societies

  1. Oral traditions
  2. Religion
  3. Technologies (architecture, civil engineering, food, etc)
  4. Economic systems
  5. Art
  6. Music
  7. Government/Systems of organization
  8. Women (religion, politics, family and community life)
  9. Agricultural systems
  10. Disease

2. Colonial Period

  1. Virgen de Guadalupe
  2. Bartolome de las Casas
  3. Las Casas and Sepulveda debates on the status of Native Americans
  4. Women
  5. Native peoples under colonial rule
  6. Labor systems
  7. The Missions
  8. Cast system
  9. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  10. The Catholic Church
  11. Race
  12. Afro-Latin History
  13. Revolts
  14. Geography and the effects on cultural development

3.  The American Southwest.

  1. Mexican American resistance after the conquest
  2. The Alamo in the American consciousness
  3. Manifest Destiny and racial ideologies
  4. Collaboration and accommodation
  5. The role of the Catholic Church
  6. The end of the frontier
  7. Gender
  8. Race (racism)
  9. Technology (the effects on Mexican Americans)
  10. Mexican American political life
  11. Mutual Aid Societies
  12. Labor
  13. Music (corridos) evolutions and influence
  14. Indian relations after Mexican Independence
  15. Commercial markets: the Santa Fe Trail
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