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Main Title Indian survival on the California frontier /
Author Hurtado, Albert L.,
Publisher Yale University Press,
Year Published 1988
OCLC Number 17621567
ISBN 0300041470; 9780300041477; 0300047983; 9780300047981
Subjects Indians of North America--California--History. ; Frontier and pioneer life--California. ; Indians of North America--California--Population. ; Wiyot Indians--California. ; Chilula Indians--California. ; Hupa Indians--California. ; Chimariko Indians--California. ; Sinkyone Indians--California. ; Tuâlbush Indians--California. ; Miwok Indians--California. ; Wappo Indians--California. ; Whilkut Indians--California. ; Wailaki Indians--California. ; Saia Indians--California. ; Kato Indians--California. ; Athapascan Indians--California. ; United States, California--Native races--History. ; Indianer.--(DE-588)4026718-0 ; Kalifornien.--(DE-588)4029307-5 ; Indiens--âEtats-Unis--Californie (âEtats-Unis) ; Vie des pionniers--âEtats-Unis--Californie (âEtats-Unis) ; Geschichte (1846-1860) ; Geschichte (1819-1860)
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ERAM  E78.C15H87 1988 Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 07/30/2014
Collation xix, 246 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-235) and index.
Contents Notes
Looks at the Indians who survived the invasion of white settlers during the nineteenth century and integrated their lives into white society while managing to maintain their own culture. 1. Culture and Family on the Borderland Frontier -- 2. California's International Frontier, 1819-1846 -- 3. "Saved so Much as Possible for Labour": New Helvetia's Indian Work Force -- 4. Indians in the Service of Manifest Destiny -- 5. "Conciliate the Inhabitants": Federal Indian Administration during the Mexican War -- 6. A Regional Perspective on Indians in the Gold Rush -- 7. "Extermination or Domestication": The Dilemma of California Indian Policy -- 8. Indian Labor and Population in the 1850s -- 9. "Between Two Grizzlies' Paws": Indian Women in the 1850s -- 10. Uncertain Refuge: The Household and Indian Survival in 1860 -- Conclusion.