6 edition of Ejidos and regions of refuge in northwestern Mexico found in the catalog.
|Statement||N. Ross Crumrine and Phil C. Weigand, editors.|
|Series||Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona ;, no. 46|
|Contributions||Crumrine, N. Ross., Weigand, Phil C.|
|LC Classifications||F1219.3.C85 E37 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||86024978|
The pochteca influence could help explain many of the cultural and linguistic similarities between the various indigenous groups in northwestern Mexico (Kelley ). As expressed in their material culture and beliefs, the Raramuri have probably engaged in cultural exchanges with the Pima-Papago group to the north, the Cora-Huichol-Tepecano. Tourism is increasing in the Sierra Tarahumara of northwestern Mexico because of the region's scenic natural environment and unusual indigenous cultures. As the number of tourists grow, the region's native inhabitants are using various methods to deal with them.
The vegetation of the Sonoran is the most diverse of all the North American deserts. In addition to the saguaro cactus, the signature plant of the desert, common types include the barrel cactus, organ-pipe cactus, prickly pear, cholla, ocotillo, yucca, century plant, ironwood, palo verde, elephant tree, mesquite, and creosote bush; endemic to Baja California are the cardon (up to 60 feet [ 81 Shadow, Robert, ‘ Production, Social Identity and Agrarian struggle among the Tepecano Indians of Northern Jalisco ’, in Crumrine, Ross and Weigand, Phil (eds.), Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico (Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press, ), pp. 40 –2.
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Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico. By N. Ross Crumrine. Abstract "This slim but important volume is a transitional work, one that attempts to bridge two very different traditions in the anthropological study of indigenous communities succinct and provocative."—American Indian Quarterly \ud \ud "Many of the ideas.
Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico Edited by N. Ross Crumrine and Phil C. Weigand University of Arizona Press, In this book authentic ceremonial songs, transcribed in both Yaqui and English, are the center of a fascinating discussion of the Deer Song tradition in Yaqui culture.
Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in. Endemic to five springs of the Bolsón de los Muertos, West of Villa Ahumada, near Ejido Rancho Nuevo, northwestern Chihuahua (Smith & Miller, ;Miller et al., ); and a refuge at Ojo. Books and Articles: Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, “Yaqui Indian Enclavement: The Effects of an Experimental Indian Policy in Northwestern Mexico.” In Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern.
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Due to the sensitive nature of the data presented here, it is impossible in most cases to cite sources. However, the greatest effort has been taken to verify and cross-check this information, all of which has been. Land Privatization in Mexico: Urbanization, Formation of Regions and Globalization in Ejidos (Latin American Studies-Social Sciences & Law) VÃ¡zquez Castill This book analyzes [ejido] land as space of urbanization and location of economic activities and capital and land privatization as a redistributive process with local, urban, regional and.
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Vida Literaria de Benito Juarez, Mexican Revolution: Genesis under Madero, x, 2. Lutes, Steven V. "Yaqui Indian Enclavement: The Effects of an Experimental Indian Policy in Northwestern Mexico." In Crumrine and Weigand, eds., Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico, 11 Tucson: University of Arizona Press, McGuire, Thomas R.
Politics and Ethnicity on the Rio Yaqui: Potam Revisited. Spain, ,” in Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico, eds. Ross Crumrine and Phil C. Weigand, Oakah L. Jones Jr., Los Paisanos: Spanish Settlers on the Northern Frontier of New Spain, as case studies, the authors of Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico grapple with that transition, revealing the weaknesses as well as strengths of the two approaches.
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Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico of eelgrass seeds. Each region is further divided into smaller neighborhoods known as colonias or ejidos. Nearby Airports. The main airport serving the city of Tijuana is the Tijuana International Airport, located about 10 kilometres east of the city, parallel to the border line of USA-Mexico.
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Ross Crumrine, Phil C. Weigand (pp. ) Review by: Thomas E. Sheridan DOI: /Relations in Northwestern New Spain, ," in N. Ross Crumrine and Phil C. Weigand, eds., Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, ), pp. 5. See West, The Mining Community in New Spain, and Ignacio del Rio, aSobre la.