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No separate refuge : [electronic resource] culture, class, and gender on an Anglo-Hispanic frontier in the American Southwest, 1880-1940 / Sarah Deutsch.

By: Deutsch, Sarah.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1989, c1987Description: vi, 356 p. : map ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0195060733; 9780195060737.Subject(s): Mexican Americans -- Colorado -- Social conditions | Mexican Americans -- Colorado -- Economic conditions | Mexican Americans -- New Mexico -- Social conditions | Mexican Americans -- New Mexico -- Economic conditions | Colorado -- Social conditions | Colorado -- Economic conditions | New Mexico -- Social conditions | New Mexico -- Economic conditions | Geschichte 1880-1940 | Sozialgeschichte 1880-1940 | Soziale Situation | Chicanos | New Mexico | USA -- SüdweststaatenDDC classification: 978.8 Other classification: NW 2708 Online resources: Inhaltsverzeichnis | Klappentext | Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
1. Strategies of power and community survival : the expanding Chicano frontier and the regional community, 1880-1914 -- 2. At the center : Hispanic village women, 1900-1914 -- 3. Invading Arcadia : women missionaries and women villagers, 1900-1914 -- 4. Redefining community : Hispanics in the coal fields of Southern Colorado, 1900-1914 -- 5. "First-class labor, but no.2 men" : the impact of World War I and Mexican migration on the regional community -- 6. On the margins : Chicano community building in Northern Colorado, the 1920s -- 7. The depression, government intervention, and the survival of the regional community.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Strategies of power and community survival : the expanding Chicano frontier and the regional community, 1880-1914 -- 2. At the center : Hispanic village women, 1900-1914 -- 3. Invading Arcadia : women missionaries and women villagers, 1900-1914 -- 4. Redefining community : Hispanics in the coal fields of Southern Colorado, 1900-1914 -- 5. "First-class labor, but no.2 men" : the impact of World War I and Mexican migration on the regional community -- 6. On the margins : Chicano community building in Northern Colorado, the 1920s -- 7. The depression, government intervention, and the survival of the regional community.

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