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Southwest : three peoples in geographical change, 1600-1970

Author: D W Meinig
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1971.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D W Meinig
ISBN: 0195012887 9780195012880 0195012895 9780195012897
OCLC Number: 143948
Notes: Errata slip inserted (correcting figure 8.2, page 84).
Description: xii, 151 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Contents: The Southwest : a definition --
The Spanish era, 1598-1820's --
Connections and boundaries : 1820's-1860's --
The changing geography of peoples : 1820's-1870's --
The early railroad era : 1879-1900 --
Regional social geography, c. 1900 --
Patterns of economic development : 1900-1970 --
Demographic and political patterns : 1900-1970 --
Regional social geography, c. 1970 --
Perspectives on regional and cultural relations.
Responsibility: D.W. Meinig.

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