By William Deverell, Greg Hise
This Companion includes 25 unique essays by way of writers and students who current knowledgeable evaluate of the easiest and most crucial paintings up to now at the complicated historical past of Los Angeles.
- The first Companion supplying a historic survey of la, incorporating serious, multi-disciplinary issues and cutting edge scholarship
- Features essays from various disciplines, together with historical past, political technology, cultural experiences, and geography
- Photo essays and ‘contemporary voice’ sections mix with conventional historiographic essays to supply a multi-dimensional view of this bright and various city
- Essays disguise the foremost subject matters within the box inside of a thematic constitution, together with demography, social unrest, politics, pop culture, structure, and concrete studies
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Settlers and Indians danced, gambled and attended fiestas together, and sometimes formed casual unions. 4 As the presence of María Antonia suggests, Yaagna evolved over time into a cosmopolitan village of Native peoples from all over the region, as individuals arrived to work and trade, then return home. Most histories of early California focus their attention, rightly, on the experience of California’s Native peoples in the missions. They, after all, were the dominant institutions for most who lived in the coastal zones.
With the example of Texas fresh in their minds, Californios reacted with suspicion. Members of the Los Angeles ayuntamiento forbade foreigners from acquiring Pueblo land in 1839, even if they became naturalized citizens (Pitt 1966: 19–20; Garr 1975: 146; Weber 1982: 199–202). Californios were right to feel distrustful, but their own internal struggles to establish self-rule and a civilian government prevented them from facing the threat with a united front. indd 33 11/19/2009 5:28:32 PM 34 LOUISE PUBOLS overthrew a centrally appointed military governor, Manuel Micheltorena, who had arrived three years earlier with three hundred convict soldiers.
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