Table of contents for Why have you come here? : the Jesuits and the first evangelization of native America / Nicholas P. Cushner.

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				CONTENTS
		PREFACE
		INTRODUCTION
		
1 TWO WORLDS MEET
Native America. 
The European World. 
Why they Went. 
Church and State.
2 LA FLORIDA
Message and Response. 
Europeans and Indians. 
3 THE FOUR RIVERS OF SINALOA
Sinaloa and Sonora. 
The Mission: Organization and Methods.
Baptism and Epidemics. 
Fair with Occasional Showers 
Attitudes: Indian and European
The Formality of Religion. 
Conversions: Sincere or Fake? 
4 "CONQUEST, PACIFICATION, AND CONVERSION"
The Uprooting of Idolatry
5 JULÍ: UTOPIA OR THEOCRACY
Xulí of the Andes. 
Socio-Religious Structures.
Doctrina Christiana. 
 "The Devil has Persuaded Them."
Isolation and Indoctrination.
6 THE GUARANÍ
Beginnings. 
"Men of One Day"
Why the European Came. 
"Arma M gica"
The Kingdom of God on Earth. 
Tea and Cattle. 
From Folkways to Heresy. 
7 ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND THEATRE
Old Forms in New Settings
Houses of God. 
The Great Estates. 
"Palaces in the Desert." 
Jesuit Theatre 
8 THE BEAVER AND THE FLEUR DE LIS
The Land between the Lakes. 
Politics, Culture, and Religion.
Message and Response. 
Legacies.
Go Left at the Gila River
9 MARYLAND: "A FINE, POOR MAN'S COUNTRY"
St. Mary's City, 1634. 
Jesuits and Indians.
Politics and Religion. 
Farms and Manors. 
Maryland Missionaries 
10 RETROSPECTIVE
Sources and Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jesuits -- Missions -- North America -- History.