On the borders of love and power : families and kinship in the intercultural American Southwest /
University of California Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Breaking and remaking families : the fostering and adoption of Native American children in non-native families in the American West, 1880-1940 / Margaret Jacobs
- Becoming Comanches : patterns of captive incorporation into Comanche kinship networks, 1820-1875 / Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez
- "Seeking the incalculable benefit of a faithful, patient man and wife" : families of the Federal Indian Service, 1880-1925 / Cathleen D. Cahill
- Hard choices : mixed-race families and strategies of acculturation in the U.S. West after 1848 / Anne F. Hyde
- Family and kinship in the Spanish and Mexican borderlands : a cultural acount / Ramón A. Gutiérrez
- Love, honor, and the power of law : probating the Ávila estate in frontier California / Donna C. Schuele
- "Who has a greater job than a mother?" : defining Mexican motherhood on the U.S.-Mexico border in the early twentieth century / Monica Perales
- Borderlands/La familia : Mexicans, homes, and colonialism in the early twentieth-century Southwest / Pablo Mitchell
- Intimate ties : marriage, families, and kinship in eighteenth-century Pueblo communities / Tracy Brown
- The paradox of kinship : Native-Catholic communities in Alta California, 1769-1840s / Erika Pérez
- Territorial bonds : indenture and affection in intercultural Arizona, 1864-1894 / Katrina Jagodinsky
- Writing Kit Carson in the Cold War : "the family," "the West," and their chroniclers / Susan Lee Johnson.