The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies.

by Herbert Eugene Bolton

Publisher: Printed at Texas Western College Press for Academic Reprints in El Paso

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  • Spain,
  • America.

Subjects:

  • Missions -- America.,
  • Missions, Spanish.,
  • Indians -- Missions.,
  • Spain -- Colonies -- America.

Edition Notes

StatementWith an introd. by John Alexander Carroll.
SeriesThe Academic reprints series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV2755 .B6
The Physical Object
Pagination24p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5805697M
LC Control Number60026933
OCLC/WorldCa1444214

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  While fully cognizant of Frederick Jackson Turner's "frontier thesis," Turner is not cited here. 2 Weber notes that the Bourbon Reforms extended "to the very edges of Spain's colonies, affecting Indians who lived beyond Spanish political control. In the late eighteenth century, the borderlands of the Spanish Empire acquired heightened strategic. This map shows the location of all patented claims and includes an alphabetical list [3] Information on Spanish settlement institutions can be found in Herbert Eugene Bolton, The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies American Historical Review 23 () ; Francis F. Guest, Municipal government in Spanish Cited by: German New Guinea (German: Deutsch-Neuguinea) consisted of the northeastern part of the island of New Guinea and several nearby island groups and was the first part of the German colonial mainland part of the territory, called Kaiser-Wilhelmsland, became a German protectorate in Other island groups were added subsequently. New Pomerania, the Bismarck Archipelago, and the. WBO Student Loading.

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Get this from a library. The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies. [Herbert Eugene Bolton] -- Based on mostly unprinted documents of the Spanish and Mexico archives, this paper seeks to explain Spanish colonial missions from a political and social viewpoint.

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The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American ColoniesAuthor: Herbert Eugene Bolton. : The Mission As A Frontier Institution In The Spanish-American Colonies () (): Bolton, Herbert E.: BooksCited by: THE MISSION AS A FRONTIER INSTITUTION IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN COLONIES OF the missions in Spanish America, particularly those in Cali fornia, much has been written.

But most of what has been pro duced consists of chronicles of the deeds of the Fathers, polemic discussions by sectarian partizans, or sentimental effusions with literary, edifying. The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies by Herbert Eugene Bolton starting at $ The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

It is hard to see how anyone who has been paying attention to the historiography of the Spanish northern frontier for the last century could have missed this point. Herbert E. Bolton's article, "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies" (not mentioned in the book's very ample bibliography), comes to mind.[1].

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Studies in Spanish Colonial History and Administration. By Herbert Eugene Bolton, Ph.D., Professor of American History in the University of California.

Berkeley: University of California Press, Pp. vii + The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies. 6Bolton, “The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies,” in Bannon, 7Weber’s most essential book is; David J.

Weber, The Spanish Frontier in North America (New Haven: Yale University Press, ). Bolton, Herbert E. "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies." American Historical Review ().

Campbell, Leon G. "The Spanish Presidio in Alta California During the Mission Period, " Journal of the West (). Chapman, Charles E. A History of California: The Spanish Period, New York: Macmillan, lectures.

His piece was titled "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies." Into it Bolton distilled fifteen years of acquaintance with the source materials of the Spanish colonial enterprise in the Americas.

Ever since he had made the activities of the men of. In he published his seminal essay "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American colonies." He was named head of the history department at the University of California, Berkeley, in and director of the Bancroft Library in ; he held both positions until   The epic of greater America.

Defensive Spanish expansion and the significance of the borderlands. The mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American : The Mission Frontier in Sonora, – (New York, ); and the several histories of Jesuit missions by Dunne, Peter Masten, S.J.

Works which focus on administrative history include: Max Moorhead, The Presidio: Bastion of Spanish Borderlands (Norman, ); García, Luis Navarro, Sonora y Sinaloa en el siglo XVII (Seville, ) and Don Cited by: 4.

Bolton, Herbert Eugene. “The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies.” The American Historical Review. Vol. 38 (), Forbes, Jack D. “Frontiers in American History and the Role of the Frontier Historian.” Ethnohistory.

Vol. 15, No. The other frontier institution was the religious mission to convert the indigenous populations. Missions were established with royal authority through the Patronato real.

The Jesuits were effective missionaries in frontier areas until their expulsion from Spain and its empire in The Franciscans took over some former Jesuit missions and.

Spanish northern frontier for the last century could have missed this point. Herbert E. Bolton's article, "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies" (not men‐ tioned in the book's very ample bibliography), comes to mind.[1] Several generations of histori‐ ans of the Spanish missions since Bolton have.

Herbert Eugene Bolton, "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies," American Historical Review, XXIII, (), / 42 3. This book is an impressive work, in organization, in content, and ranks with Bolton's "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies" in terms of thoroughness and clarity in interpretation.

Professor of history in San Diego University, the reviewer has pub- lished in the field of the history of the Southwest borderlands. Herbert L. Bolton, "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies," American Historical Review, (October, ), Sidney B.

Brinckerhoff and Odic B. Faulk, eds., Lancers for the King: A Study of the Frontier Military System of Northern New Spain, with a Translation of the Royal Regulations of (Phoenix.

Rim of Christendom: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Pacific Coast Pioneer [Herbert Eugene Bolton and John L. Kessell].

"This re-issued biography recounts [Kino's] work with loving detail and with an accuracy that has survived slight amendments. A group of four hardcover and one paperback booklet pertaining to Spanish Missions in what is now the U.S.

Southwest. Includes “Spanish Missions of the Old Southwest” by Cleve Hallenbeck, published. Sweet, David, 'The Ibero-American Frontier Mission in native American History', in Erick Langer and Robert H. Jackson (eds), The New Latin American Mission History (Lincoln, NE and London.

A. An account of a voyage to establish a colony at Port Philip in Bass's Strait on the south coast of New South Wales, in His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, in the years   Pages in category "Spanish Empire" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.

The classic interpretation of the Spanish mission system is still Herbert E. Bolton, "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies, " American Historical Review 23. A more substantial addition this time to American railroad history: Robert West Howard’s The Great Iron book is about the building of the Transcontinental Railroad.

It’s atrociously written, as I point out on my orientation page (and I’m not the first to do so); but it’s a book of solid worth nevertheless, not so much for its detailing of the technical aspects of that great.

ern frontier for the last century could have missed this point. Herbert E. Bolton’s article, \The Mis-sion as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies" (not mentioned in the book’s very ample bibliography), comes to mind.[1] Several generations of historians of the Spanish missions since Bolton.

Herbert Eugene Bolton, “The Mission as Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies,” American Historical Review 22 (), Inga Clendinnen, “Disciplining the Indians: Franciscan Ideology and Missionary Violence in Sixteenth-Century Yucatán,” Past & Present no.

94 (February ):. The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies. The American Historical Review 23(1) Bolton, Herbert E. Arredondo's Historical Proof of Spain's Title to Georgia: A Contribution to the History of the Spanish Borderlands.

University of .Bolton, Herbert Eugene. The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the. Spanish-American Colonies. El Paso: Texas Western College Press, Bonnell, George William.

Topographical Description of Texas; To Which. is Added an Account of the Indian Tribes. Austin: Clark, Wing and Brown, 18E05 trcmTcmard ed.) Brandon, William.

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