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Where the red-winged blackbirds sing the Akimel O'odham and cycles of agricultural transformation in the Phoenix Basin

Author: Jennifer Bess
Publisher: Louisville University Press of Colorado [2021]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Adaptation, innovation and co-creation : world-building in story and history -- Strategic adaptations in the Pimería Alta through the Hispanic and Early American Periods -- The Akimel O'odham and the growth of the American West, c. 1846-1871 -- Where the red-winged blackbirds sing : the contest for inclusion during the years of famine, 1871-1910 -- Pima cotton and the new Egypt : U.S. agricultural development, the
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als
Bess, Jennifer
Where the red-winged blackbirds sing
Louisville : University Press of Colorado, [2021]
Online-Ausgabe
(DLC)2021001176
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Bess
ISBN: 9781646420827 1646420829
OCLC Number: 1245262742
Accession No: (DE-627)1745731318 (DE-599)KXP1745731318 (OCoLC)1245262742
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description: pages cm
Responsibility: Jennifer Bess.

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Adaptation, innovation and co-creation : world-building in story and history -- Strategic adaptations in the Pimería Alta through the Hispanic and Early American Periods -- The Akimel O'odham and the growth of the American West, c. 1846-1871 -- Where the red-winged blackbirds sing : the contest for inclusion during the years of famine, 1871-1910 -- Pima cotton and the new Egypt : U.S. agricultural development, the agricultural experimental station in Sacaton, and the allotment of the Gila River Indian Reservation, 1907-1920 -- The price of Pima cotton : wage labor and the Akimel O'odham agricultural economy, 1907-1920 -- Agriculture and peoplehood in transition : the Akimel O'odham in the Interwar Period.

"Examines the ways in which the Akimel O'odham ("River People") and their ancestors, the Huhugam, adapted to economic, political, and environmental constraints imposed by federal Indian policy, the Indian Bureau, and an encroaching settler population in Arizona's Gila River Valley"

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