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Introduction 3 1. Strategies of Power and Community Survival: The Expanding Chicano Frontier and the Regional Community, 1880-1914 13 2. At the Center: Hispanic Village Women, 1900-1914 41 3. Invading Arcadia: Women Missionaries and Women Villagers, 1900-1914 63 4. Redefining Community: Hispanics in the Coal Fields of Southern Colorado, 1900-1914 87 5. "First-Class Labor, But No. 2 Men": The Impact of World War I and Mexican Migration on the Regional Community 107 6. On the Margins: Chicano Community Building in Northern Colorado, the 1920s 127 7. The Depression, Government Intervention, and the Survival of the Regional Community 162 Conclusion 200 Abbreviations Used in Notes and Bibliography 211 Notes 213 Bibliography 307 Index 345