New PDF release: Becoming White Clay: A History and Archaeology of Jicarilla

By B. Sunday Eiselt

The tale of 1 of the longest-lived and so much profitable nomadic enclaves in North the US presents an extraordinary glimpse into the cloth expressions of Apache self-determination and survival. for almost two hundred years the Jicarilla Apache of recent Mexico thrived within the interstices of Pueblo and Spanish settlements following their expulsion from the Plains. serious to their good fortune was once their skill to increase key points of Plains-Pueblo trade to Indian and mixed-blood groups at the fringes of colonial rule. greater than different nomadic tribes, the Jicarilla performed an immense function in conserving jointly the social textile of recent Mexican villages after the autumn of the Spanish Empire.

This finished examine by way of Sunday Eiselt starts with the good Athapaskan migration out of Canada in the course of prehis-toric instances and ends with the pressured cost of the Jicarilla at the Dulce reservation within the Eighteen Eighties. Eiselt combines archaeological and ethno­historical information in an exam of Jicarilla innovations for self-preservation. She finds the ideological and political imperatives of “­belonging” that formed their interactions with neighborhood groups and the country and that enabled them to prevent reservation existence good into the Eighteen Eighties. all through their lengthy background, Jicarilla identification remained intact, targeted, and discernable at the same time lifestyles at the reservation disrupted the intimate connections that after existed with their Hispanic and Pueblo neighbors.


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