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On the Fringes of New Spain: The Northern Borderlands and the Pacific

  • Russell K. Skowronek
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Preparing a synopsis of the history and historical archaeology of New Spain’s northwest frontier, not to mention its Pacific holdings, is not simply daunting, it is a Herculean task. At least hundreds of thousands of pages in thousands of books and articles have been published or are hidden in the “gray literature” on countless subjects relating to the broad historical sweep of this vast region. As a result I will limit my comments more toward generalization, and attempt to direct the reader to other, more-comprehensive sources. Omission, therefore, is not a critique.

Keywords

Indigenous People Historical Archaeology Spanish Colonial Lonely Existence Colonial System 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

I wish to thank Dr. Teresita Majewski for her editorial comments and leadership in the creation of this book, and, in the Philippines, Dr. Henry Totanes of Ateneo de Manila and Ateneo de Naga Universities, and Mr. Wilfredo Ronquillo and Dr. Eusebio Dizon of the Philippine National Museum in Manila, for their support and assistance with reference materials. Information on Guam was graciously supplied by Dr. Roger Kelly of the Western Regional Office of the U.S. National Park Service and by Mardith Schuetz-Miller. Also, my colleague Dr. George Westermark of Santa Clara University provided a number of references on Spain in the Pacific. Dr. James Delgado of the Vancouver Maritime Museum provided excellent information on a number of Manila Galleon wrecks. I am especially indebted to Jessica Crewse for the creation of the maps found in this chapter. Thanks also to Mr. Elwood Mills of Santa Clara University for digitizing my slides for this publication and to Statistical Research, Inc.’s Graphics Manager Margaret Robbins for making corrections to some of the illustrations.

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