Table of contents for Children of coyote, missionaries of Saint Francis : Indian-Spanish relations in colonial California, 1769-1850 / Steven W. Hackel.

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Preface 00
Acknowledgments 00
List of Illustrations 00
List of Tables 00
Abbreviations and Short Titles 00
Introduction 1
Part I: People and Institutions of Colonial California
Chapter 1: Indians 00
Chapter 2: Spaniards 00
Chapter 3: Dual Revolutions and the Missions: Ecological Change and Demographic
Collapse 000
Part II: Interaction
Chapter 4: Indians and the Franciscan Religious Program 000
Chapter 5: Marriage and Sexuality 000
Chapter 6: Social Control, Political Accommodation, and Indian Rebellion 000
Chapter 7: Indian Labor in the Missions, Presidios, and Pueblos: Economic
Integration, Cultural Resistance, and Survival 000
Chapter 8: Punishment, Justice, and Hierarchy 000
Part III: Collapse of the Colonial Order
Chapter 9: The Era of Secularization: Land and Liberty 000
Epilogue 000
Appendix A: Methodological Comments
Appendix B: Father Presidents of the Alta California Missions, 1769@-1833
Appendix C: Gobernantes of Spanish Alta California
Appendix D: Governors of Mexican Alta California
Appendix E: Identified Mission San Carlos Indian Officials, 1779@-1831

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- California -- Monterey Peninsula -- History.
Indians of North America -- First contact with Europeans -- California -- Monterey Peninsula.
Indians of North America -- Missions -- California -- Monterey Peninsula.
Franciscans -- Missions -- California -- Monterey Peninsula -- History.
Mission San Carlos Borromeo (Carmel, Calif.) -- History.
Spain -- Colonies -- America.
California -- Relations -- Mexico.
Mexico -- Relations -- California.