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Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state / Richard J. Perry.
1st ed.
Austin, TX : University of Texas Press, 1993.
1 online resource (xiii, 260 pages) : illustrations, map
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-249) and index.
Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons.
Print version record.
Ch. 1. Reservation -- Ch. 2. Apache Origins: The Subarctic Base and the Odyssey to the Southwest -- Ch. 3. Apache and the Spanish State -- Ch. 4. Apache in the Nineteenth Century -- Ch. 5. Apache and the American State -- Ch. 6. San Carlos after Mid-century -- Ch. 7. Political Economy in San Carlos -- Ch. 8. Trajectories and Trends.
""Indian reservations" were the United States' ultimate solution to the "problem" of what to do with native peoples who already occupied the western lands that Anglo settlers wanted. In this broadly inclusive study, Richard J. Perry considers the historical development of the reservation system and its contemporary relationship to the American state, with comparisons to similar phenomena in Canada, Australia, and South Africa." "The San Carlos Apache Reservation of Arizona provides the lens through which Perry views reservation issues. One of the oldest and largest reservations, its location in a minerals- and metals-rich area has often brought it into conflict with powerful private and governmental interests. Indeed, Perry argues that the reservation system is best understood in terms of competition for resources among interest groups through time within the hegemony of the state. He approaches the Apache as players in a broad, complex arena in which control over their resources - and hence, over their lives - has been a central issue. He asserts that full control over their resources would address many of the Apache's contemporary economic problems." "The book provides a concise history of the Apache, from their prehistoric migration from the Subarctic through their interactions with Spanish, Mexican, Anglo-American, and indigenous Southwestern populations. It deals with such factors as the shift from gold to copper mining in Arizona, the local population's vested interest in a continuing military presence, the failure of peace initiatives, the appropriation of rich ore deposits and grazing land from the reservation, and the flooding of Apache farms for the benefit of agribusiness." "With its applicability to conflicts around the world between state systems and indigenous peoples, this book will be of interest to a wide public and scholarly audience. As in his previous works, Perry dispels the "warlike" Apache stereotype, showing them instead as competitors in a complex process of competition for control of resources."--Jacket.
12-AUG-21
Apache Indians History.
San Carlos Indian Reservation (Ariz.) History.
Apache Indians Government relations.
Apache Indians Social conditions.
HISTORY United States State & Local General. bisacsh
Apache Indians. fast (OCoLC)fst00811055
Apache Indians Government relations. fast (OCoLC)fst00811063
Apache Indians Social conditions. fast (OCoLC)fst00811076
Arizona San Carlos Indian Reservation. fast (OCoLC)fst01256458
Apachen. gtt
Reservaten. gtt
Indianerreservat gnd
San Carlos, Ariz. gnd
Apache (Indiens) Histoire. ram
Apache (Indiens) Relations avec l'État. ram
Apache (Indiens) Conditions sociales. ram
Apachen. swd
Apache Government relations
Apache History
Apache Social conditions
San History
Electronic books.
History. fast (OCoLC)fst01411628
ACLS Humanities Ebook.
Print version: Perry, Richard John, 1942- Apache reservation. 1st ed. Austin, TX : University of Texas Press, 1993 (DLC) 92037253 (OCoLC)26856012
ACLS Humanities E-Book.
Online version http://ezproxy.villanova.edu/login?URL=https://hdl.handle.net/2027/heb.33653.0001.001 0
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Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state /
ACLS Humanities E-Book.
Reservation --
Apache Origins: The Subarctic Base and the Odyssey to the Southwest --
Apache and the Spanish State --
Apache in the Nineteenth Century --
Apache and the American State --
San Carlos after Mid-century --
Political Economy in San Carlos --
Trajectories and Trends.
Apache Indians History.
Apache Indians Government relations.
Apache Indians Social conditions.
HISTORY United States State & Local General. bisacsh
Apache Indians. fast (OCoLC)fst00811055
Apache Indians Government relations. fast (OCoLC)fst00811063
Apache Indians Social conditions. fast (OCoLC)fst00811076
Apachen. gtt
Reservaten. gtt
Indianerreservat gnd
Apache (Indiens) Histoire. ram
Apache (Indiens) Relations avec l'État. ram
Apache (Indiens) Conditions sociales. ram
Apache Government relations
Apache History
Apache Social conditions
San History
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title Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state /
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title_short Apache reservation :
title_full Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state / Richard J. Perry.
title_fullStr Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state / Richard J. Perry.
title_full_unstemmed Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state / Richard J. Perry.
title_auth Apache reservation : indigenous peoples and the American state /
title_sort apache reservation indigenous peoples and the american state
series ACLS Humanities E-Book.
publisher University of Texas Press,
publishDate 1993
physical 1 online resource (xiii, 260 pages) : illustrations, map
edition 1st ed.
contents Reservation --
Apache Origins: The Subarctic Base and the Odyssey to the Southwest --
Apache and the Spanish State --
Apache in the Nineteenth Century --
Apache and the American State --
San Carlos after Mid-century --
Political Economy in San Carlos --
Trajectories and Trends.
isbn 9780292762732
0292762739
9780292762749
0292762747
callnumber-first E - United States History
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callnumber-sort E 299 A6 P45 41993
callnumber-raw E99.A6 P45 1993
callnumber-search E99.A6 P45 1993
topic Apache Indians History.
Apache Indians Government relations.
Apache Indians Social conditions.
HISTORY United States State & Local General. bisacsh
Apache Indians. fast (OCoLC)fst00811055
Apache Indians Government relations. fast (OCoLC)fst00811063
Apache Indians Social conditions. fast (OCoLC)fst00811076
Apachen. gtt
Reservaten. gtt
Indianerreservat gnd
Apache (Indiens) Histoire. ram
Apache (Indiens) Relations avec l'État. ram
Apache (Indiens) Conditions sociales. ram
Apache Government relations
Apache History
Apache Social conditions
San History
genre Electronic books.
History. fast (OCoLC)fst01411628
geographic San Carlos Indian Reservation (Ariz.) History.
Arizona San Carlos Indian Reservation. fast (OCoLC)fst01256458
San Carlos, Ariz. gnd
Apachen. swd
topic_facet Apache Indians
HISTORY
Apache Indians.
Apachen.
Reservaten.
Indianerreservat
Apache (Indiens)
History.
Government relations.
Social conditions.
State & Local
General.
Histoire.
Relations avec l'État.
Conditions sociales.
genre_facet Electronic books.
History.
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San Carlos Indian Reservation (Ariz.)
Arizona
San Carlos, Ariz.
Apachen.
San Carlos Indian Reservation.
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