The Apache Frontier: Jacobo Ugarte and Spanish-Indian Relations in Northern New Spain, 1769-1791

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Author: Moorhead, Max L

Year: 1968

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

Place: Norman

Description:

xiii+309pp with 12 illustrations, 8 maps and index. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/") issued in yellow cloth with brown and white lettering to spine. 1st edition.

This work related how Commandant General Jacobo Ugarte face the problem of marauding Apaches on the colonists on the border of New Spain and the extent to which he was able to solve it, using a new Indian policy adopted by Spain in 1786. Political circumstances prevented Ugarte from completing the pacification of the Apaches, but it is significant that his strategems were essentially the same as those employed with complete success by the Americans a century later.

Condition:

Previous owner's name on front end papers; book plate on paste down; page ends lightly soiled. Dust jacket corners and spine ends lightly chipped; light edge wear; fold over edges rubbed, else a very good copy in like jacket.

SOLD 2016

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