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Competing visions : a history of California

Auteur : Robert W Cherny; Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo; Richard Griswold del Castillo
Éditeur: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, ©2005.
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Genre/forme: History
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Robert W Cherny; Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo; Richard Griswold del Castillo
ISBN: 0395959640 9780395959640
Numéro OCLC: 57451323
Description: xvi, 452, 40 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contenu: California's Origins: The Land and the People, Before Spanish Settlement --
Diversity: Origins of California and Its Native Peoples --
Cycles of Life: The Food Quest, Spirituality, and Rituals --
The Food Quest --
Spirituality --
Rituals --
A Closer Look: Six Regional Peoples --
The Gabrielino/Tongva --
The Chumash --
The Costanoans --
The Miwoks and Yokuts --
The Shastans --
Significance: The Importance of California Natives and Other North American Native Peoples in Non-Indian History --
The Spanish Colonization of California, 1769-1821 --
The Spanish Conquest and Empire --
Spain's Exploration of the Californias --
Early Maritime Exploration and Encounters --
The First California Colony --
Demographic and Ethnic Growth of California --
The Missions --
Neophyte Resistance --
Evaluation of the California Missions --
Establishing Presidios and Pueblos --
Gender Relations in Spanish California --
Spanish Californian Culture --
Political Developments in Spanish California --
The Wars of Independence in New Spain --
Foreign Interest in Spanish California --
The Importance of the Spanish Era in California --
Mexican California, 1821-1846 --
A New Political Order --
Early Self-Government: Sola and Arguello --
The Governorship of Jose Maria Echeandia --
Rebellion Against Centralism: Governor Victoria --
Secularization of the Missions: Jose Figueroa --
Rebellion, Revolution, and Home Rule --
Micheltorena and the Catesby Jones Affair --
The Rise of the Ranchos --
Environmental Changes --
Social Relations in Mexican California --
The Growth of Town Governments --
Californianas: Mexican Californian Women --
Mexican-Indian Relations --
Immigrants and Foreigners --
California and the World --
War, Conquest, and Gold: The American Era Begins, 1845-1855 --
The War Between the United States and Mexico --
Manifest Destiny --
Fremont and the Bear Flaggers --
Occupation and Resistance --
California Indians and the War --
Peace --
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo --
The Divided Mind of the Californios --
The Gold Rush --
Gold! The Discovery of 1848 --
The Argonauts --
Camp Life --
Nativism and Racism --
The Legendary Life of Joaquin Murrieta --
California Transformed --
Conquest of the Californios --
Conquest of the Indians --
Economic Transformation --
The Golden State --
A New Direction --
California and the Crisis of the Union, 1850-1870 --
Crisis and Conflict in the 1850s --
The Compromise of 1850 --
San Francisco's Crisis of Political Legitimacy: Vigilantism in the 1850s --
Violence and Displacement: California Indians in the 1850s --
The Politics of Land and Culture --
Californians and the Crisis of the Union --
Fighting Slavery in California --
Sectional Issues and California Politics --
California and Civil War --
Reconstruction and New Understandings of Citizenship --
Economic Growth in a Time of National Crisis --
The Transformation of Mining --
Economic Diversification --
Transportation --
Tying Together the Union with Iron --
New Social and Cultural Patterns --
Gender Roles and New Social Institutions --
The Growth of Religious Toleration --
Writing the Gold Rush --
California in the Gilded Age, 1870-1900 --
The Economic Transformation of California and the West --
Railroad Expansion --
Mining and Finance --
Agriculture --
Water --
Rise of Organized Labor --
San Francisco: Metropolis of the West --
New Social Patterns --
Education --
Changing Gender Roles --
California Indians --
Changing Patterns of Ethnicity --
Politics --
Political Discontent in the 1870s --
The Second Constitutional Convention, 1878 --
Politics in the 1880s --
Political Realignment in the 1890s --
California and the World: War with Spain and Acquisition of the Philippines --
Cultural Expression --
California in the Progressive Era, 1895-1920 --
The Origins of California Progressivism --
The Many Shapes of Progressivism --
Municipal Reform: Los Angeles --
Municipal Reform: San Francisco --
Organized Labor in the Progressive Era --
Efforts to Reform State Government Before 1910 --
Social and Economic Change in the Progressive Era --
Immigration and Ethnic Relations --
Economic Changes --
Earthquake and Fire in 1906 --
Water Wars --
California in the World Economy --
California Progressivism, 1910-1920 --
Hiram Johnson and the Victory of the Progressives, 1910-1911 --
California Progressives and the Presidential Election of 1912 --
Radicals in a Progressive Era --
A Second Flood of Reform, 1913 --
The Progressive Tide Recedes, 1914-1920 --
Californians in a World of Revolutions and War --
Californians and the Mexican Revolution --
War in Europe and Conflict at Home --
Californians Go to War --
Peace and the Backwash of War --
The Meaning of Progressivism for Californians --
California Between the Wars, 1919-1941 --
The Rise of Los Angeles: Twentieth-Century Metropolis --
The Economic Basis for Growth --
The Automobile and the Growth of Southern California --
Prosperity Decade: The 1920s --
Politics in a Time of Prosperity --
New Economic Patterns --
New Social Patterns --
Cultural Expression --
Depression Decade: The 1930s --
Impact of the Great Depression --
Labor Conflict --
Federal Politics: The Impact of the New Deal --
State Politics: The Rise of the Democrats --
Cultural Expression During the Depression Decade --
California on the Eve of War --
World War II and the Great Transformation --
Economic Expansion --
Overview of the War's Economic Impact --
The Aircraft Industry --
Shipbuilding --
Agriculture --
Other Industry --
Japanese Relocation and Internment --
The Unfolding Tragedy --
Relocation and Internment --
Population Growth and Diversity --
Black Migration --
New Challenges and Opportunities --
Shifting Gender Relations --
Daily Life and Culture --
Wartime Challenges --
Entertainment --
Political Transformation --
Change from the Grassroots --
Change at the Top --
Postwar California: Prosperity and Discontent in the Golden State --
Unbridled Growth --
Industrial Growth and Organized Labor --
Education --
Population and Suburban Growth --
Transportation, Energy, Water Resources, and Environmental Pollution --
Postwar Politics --
California's Red Scare --
Warren and Knight --
Edmund G. Brown --
Liberalism at the Municipal Level --
Social and Cultural Dissent --
Diversity and Inequality --
Student Activism --
Cultural Developments --
Contested Visions: Activism and Politics, 1964-1970 --
Seeds of Change --
From Civil Rights to Civil Unrest --
Black Power --
Justice in the Fields --
The Antiwar Movement and the Counterculture --
The Movement Expands --
The Chicano Movement --
Taking the Rock --
Change and Activism Along the Pacific Rim --
Emerging Feminist and Gay Rights Movements --
Politics in the Age of Dissent --
The Decline of Liberalism --
Reagan as Governor --
Era of Limits --
The Legacy of the Sixties --
Feminism, Disability Rights, and Gay Pride --
Multiethnic Politics, Economies, and Culture --
Economic Changes and Environmental Constraints --
The Economy --
Environmental Activism and Constraints --
Politics in the Era of Limits --
Edmund G. Brown, Jr. --
Deukmejian --
California Enters the New Millennium --
A New Kind of California --
The Los Angeles Riots and the O.J. Simpson Trial --
The Rise of Latino California --
Changing Ethnic Demographics --
The Economy --
From Recession to Boom --
An Economy for the New Millennium? --
Going Global --
A Redistribution of Income? --
The Challenges of Growth --
Education --
Health Care and Housing --
Transportation and Energy --
California and September 11, 2001 --
Politics in the New California --
Government by Initiative --
The Governorship of Peter Wilson --
The Governorship of Gray Davis --
The Governorship of Arnold Schwarzenegger --
Religion, Culture, and the Arts --
Spirituality in the Midst of Materialism --
Fitness, Health, and Entertainment --
Cultural Expression --
The California Dream in the Twenty-First Century.
Responsabilité: Robert W. Cherny, Richard Griswold del Castillo, Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo.

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