Table of contents for Indian conquistadors : indigenous allies in the conquest of Mesoamerica / edited by Laura Matthew and Michel R. Oudijk.

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Contents
List of Figures									000
List of Maps									000
List of Tables									000
Acknowledgments									000
Introduction: The Genre of Conquest Studies				000
	Susan Schroeder					
1. Mesoamerican Conquistadors in the Sixteenth Century		000
	Michel R. Oudijk and Matthew Restall			
2. The Conquest in Images: Stories of Tlaxcalteca and Quauhquecholteca Conquistadors								000
	Florine G. L. Asselbergs
3. Whose Conquest? Nahua, Zapoteca, and Mixtec Auxiliaries in the Conquest of Central America						000
	Laura Matthew			
4. Concubines and Wives: Reinterpreting Native-Spanish Intimate Unions in Sixteenth-Century Guatemala					000
	Robinson A. Herrera			
5. Conquest, Coercion, and Indigenous Allies: The Role of Indios Amigos in the Campaigns in New Galicia, 1530?1541	000
	Ida Altman								
6. Forgotten Allies: The Origins and Roles of Native Mesoamerican Auxiliaries and Indios Conquistadores in the Conquest of Yucatan, 1526?1550									000
	John F. Chuchiak IV
7. The Indios Conquistadores of Oaxaca's Sierra Norte: From Indian Conquerors to Local Indians, 1523?1770			000
	Yanna Yannakakis					
8. Nahua Christian Warriors in the Mapa de Cuauhtlantzinco, Cholula Parish									000
	Stephanie Wood	
9. "By the Force of Their Lives and the Spilling of Blood": Flechero Service and Political Leverage on the New Galicia Frontier, 1590?1785										000
	Bret Blosser
Conclusion										000
	Laura Matthew and Michel R. Oudijk
Glossary										000
Bibliography									000
List of Contributors								000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

New Spain -- History, Military -- 16th century.
Indians of Mexico -- Government relations.
Indians of Central America -- Government relations.