Junipero Serra and the Northwestern Mexican Frontier, 1750-1825: Studies Presented at the Chicago Serra Program
Publisher: Academy of Franciscan History
Place: Washington, DC
iii+94 pages with figures and index. Royal octavo (10 1/4" x 7 1/4") issued in blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Original printed in The Americas Volume XLI, Number 4. First book edition.
Contents: California in the Dreams of Galvez and the Achievements of Serra, by Miguel Leon-Portilla; The Enlightenment in Spain: Influences upon the New World Policy by Iris H W Engstrand; Land Tenure Patterns in Northern New Spain by Susan M Deeds; Demographic Change in Northwestern New Spain by Robert H Jackson; California Indian Reactions to the Franciscans by Florence C Shipek; European Impact on the California Indians, 1530-1830 by Harry Kelsey; If Junipero Serra were Alive: Missiological-Anthropological Theory Today by Louis J Luzbetak.
Corners bumped, rubbed. Very good lacking jacket as issued.
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