Table of contents for Gardens of New Spain : how Mediterranean plants and foods changed America / William W. Dunmire ; illustrated by Evangeline L. Dunmire.


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Contents
List of Tables
List of Maps
Preface
Prologue
Chapter 1. Pre-Columbian Spain--The Full Hourglass
Chapter 2. Mexico before Columbus
Chapter 3. Pre-Columbian Agriculture in the American Southwest
Chapter 4. European Plantways to the New World: 1492\-1521
Chapter 5. Old World Agriculture Comes to the Mexican Mainland
Chapter 6. Spanish Trade, Technology, and Livestock
Chapter 7. New Mexico's First Mediterranean Gardens
Chapter 8. Into Sonora and Arizona
Chapter 9. The Corridor into Texas
Chapter 10. Hispanic Farmers Return to New Mexico
Chapter 11. Mediterranean Connections to Florida and California
Epilogue
Appendix: Master Plant List
Glossary
Sources
Selected Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Agriculture New Spain History, Food crops New Spain History, Indians of North America Southwest, New Ethnobotany