Table of contents for Building the borderlands : a transnational history of irrigated cotton along the Mexico-Texas border / Casey Walsh.

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Contents
Contents
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Introduction: Social Fields of Cotton
PART I: The Border, Mexico, and the World
Chapter 2. Cotton and Capitalism in the Borderlands, 1820-1920
Chapter 3. Developmentalism in Northern Mexico, 1910-1934
PART II: The Río Bravo/Rio Grande Delta
Chapter 4. The Social Field of Development: Land and Labor in the Río Bravo/Rio Grande Delta, 1780-1930
Chapter 5. Crisis and Development in the Río Bravo Delta, 1930-1935
Chapter 6. Cardenista Engineering, the Anderson Clayton Company, and Rural Unrest in the Río Bravo Delta, 1935-1939
Chapter 7. Repatriation in the Río Bravo Delta, 1935-1940
Chapter 8. Defining Development in the Río Bravo Delta, 1940-1963
Chapter 9. Conclusion: Historicizing the Borderlands
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cotton farmers -- Mexican-American Border Region -- History.
Cotton trade -- Mexican-American Border Region -- History.
Irrigation farming -- Mexican-American Border Region -- History.