Table of contents for Landscapes of fraud : Mission Tumacácori, the Baca Float, and the betrayal of the O'Odham / Thomas E. Sheridan.

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List of Maps
List of Figures
Acknowledgments
1	The Production of Space in the Upper Santa Cruz Valley
	
	Part I
	Landscapes of Community
2	The O'odham World and the Jesuit Intrusion
3	The O'odham and the Franciscans
4	Hispanic Settlement and the Final Displacement of the O'odham
Part II
Landscapes of Fraud
5	Early Anglo Speculation and the Tumac cori Land Grant
6	Fictitious Capital and Fictitious Landscapes
7	The Bottom of the Bottle
8	Rio Rico and the Great Arizona Land Rush
9	Buried Landscapes
Notes
Glossary of Spanish Terms
	References
	Index
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1	O'odham rancherías in Upper Santa Cruz River Valley, late 1600s
2	The Upper Santa Cruz River Valley, late Spanish colonial times
3	The Tumac cori-Calabasas land grant and Baca Float No. 3
4	Rio Rico and modern Upper Santa Cruz River Valley
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1	Mission Tumac cori looking west, 1929
2	Interior of Mission Tumac cori, 1946
3	Calabasa, Santa Cruz Valley, Sonora
4	Calabasas Land and Mining Company
5	Aztec Mining District, Pima County, Arizona
6	Tohono O'odham potter preparing to fire pottery

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Land tenure -- Santa Cruz River Valley (Ariz. and Mexico) -- History.
Land speculation -- Santa Cruz River Valley (Ariz. and Mexico) -- History.
Fraud -- Santa Cruz River Valley (Ariz. and Mexico) -- History.
Tohono O'Odham Indians -- History.
Jesuits -- Missions -- Arizona -- History.
Land settlement -- Santa Cruz River Valley (Mexico and Ariz.) -- History.