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Hispanic Arizona, 1536-1856
By James E. Officer
462 pp. / 6.00 in x 9.00 in / 1989
Paper (978-0-8165-1152-5) [s]
  
Related Interest
  - Western History
  - Latina and Latino Studies


Covers so many subjects—Indian relations, the Mexican War, boundary problems, the Gadsden Purchase, ranching, architecture, local politics, and much more—that no brief notice could possibly summarize this huge and well-researched book.—Southwest Review

"An encyclopedic and exemplary work. . . . Officer's book will undoubtedly become a landmark in Arizona's history."—Southwestern Historical Quarterly

"No person interested in Southwestern history or the history of northern Mexico should be without this book."—El Palacio

"With the publication of Hispanic Arizona, scholars now have a thorough, detailed and scholarly study that is entirely devoted to the history of northern Sonora and southern Arizona."—Explorations in Sights and Sounds

"Officer's book is likely to stand as the standard reference for a very long time. . . . Readers will reach for Officer and be amply rewarded."—Hispanic American Historical Review

"An important book that no student of Arizona and borderlands history can afford to ignore."—Ethnohistory

"A vivid and comprehensive work."—Journal of Arizona History


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