1. Precontact 2. Postcontact. Personal Name: Bean, Lowell John.
Formatted Contents Note: 1. Personal Name: Vane, Sylvia Brakke. Rubrics: Indians of North America California Social life and customs History.
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Confronted by Juan Ortiz, Spanish survivor living w/ Indians . ii. Ortiz talks of hearing about wealthy cities in the north . v. First to discover Appalachian and Blue Ridge mountains; first to explore Mississippi River . Not friendly with Indians . Only interested in wealth, if they didn’t have it, he fought with them . Indians tell him of northern village with lots of pearls . Goes north, only one pearl-Desoto thinks they were hiding them. TERM Spring '14. PROFESSOR TheodoreMcCord. TAGS Ponce De Leon, Mexico City, Spanish American, Society of Jesus, Met Huma Indians.
1995 The Archaeology of Ca-Mno-2122: A Study of PreContact and Post-Contact Lifeways among the Mono Basin Paiute. University of California Anthropological Records, Vol. 31. Berkeley.
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History of California before 1900. Human history in California began when indigenous Americans first arrived some 13,000–15,000 years ago. Coastal exploration by Europeans began in the 16th century, and settlement by Europeans along the coast and in the inland valleys began in the 18th century.
New Spain’s northwestern province of Alta California constituted a frontier for the waning years of the Spanish empire’s imperial interests of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. For the founding colonists, however, California was a frontier for new beginnings
New Spain’s northwestern province of Alta California constituted a frontier for the waning years of the Spanish empire’s imperial interests of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. For the founding colonists, however, California was a frontier for new beginnings. Through the examination of diverse primary sources, including census records and mission registers, the Interrogatorio de 1812, and an 1814 respuesta to the Interrogatorio by Fray Amorós, this paper examines colonial identity formation and its recontextualization on the frontier.