Notes

INTRODUCTION

1. José Vasconcelos, “La Raza Cósmica” (1925), cited in Victor Mejia, “Mestizaje and Self-Hate,” http://www.geocities.com/itzliehecatl/mestizaje.html (Apr. 3, 2003).


CHAPTER 1. ESTABLISHING ROOTS:
THE COLONIAL ERA, 1519–1821

1. Laura González, from a visitor survey at the Institute of Texan Cultures, Mar. 28, 1995.

2. “The Narrative of the Expedition of Coronado by Pedro de Castañeda,” in Spanish Explorers in the Southern United States, 1528–1543, ed. Frederick W. Hodge (1907; reprint edition, New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1965), pp. 362–63.

3. Letter of Fray Damian Massenet to Don Carlos de Sigüenza (1960), tomo 17 (ms. 54), doc. 13, in Archivo de Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Madrid, translation adapted from Spanish Exploration in the Southwest, 1542–1706, ed. Herbert Eugene Bolton (1908; reprint edition, New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1967), p. 359. Spanish original is available on microfilm at San Antonio Missions National Park.

4. Letter of Fray Damian Massenet to Don Carlos de Sigüenza, author’s translation.

5. “Itinerary of the De León Expedition of 1689,” in Spanish Exploration, ed. Bolton, p. 398.

6. Letter of Don Juan de Olivan Rebolledo, Dec. 24, 1717, Bexar Archives, Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin, author’s translation.

7. “Diario y Derrotero de Domingo Ramón,” 1716, Archivo General de la Nación de México, Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin, author’s translation.

8. Fray Benito Fernández de Santa Ana to Gov. Tomás Felipe Winthuisen, June, 1741, in Letters and Memorials of the Father Presidente Fray Benito Fernández de Santa Ana, 1736–1754, ed. Fr. Benedict Leutenegger, Documentary Series No. 6 (San Antonio: Old Spanish Missions Historical Research Library, Our Lady of the Lake University, 1981), p. 42, author’s translation.

9. Citizens’ petition to the town council of San Fernando de Béxar, Nov. 13, 1797, Archivo de la Secretaria del Estado de Coahuila-Saltillo, Legojo 8, Expediente

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter 1- Establishing Roots the Colonial Era, 1519–1821 5
  • Chapter 2- Weathering a Century of Change,1800–1900 37
  • Chapter 3- In the Matrix of Modern Texas,1900–60 73
  • Chapter 4- The Late Twentieth Century Identity in a Porous Society, 1960–2000 101
  • Conclusion 117
  • Notes 123
  • Selected Bibliography 131
  • Index 133
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