Native Americans at Mission Santa Cruz
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Native Americans at Mission Santa Cruz, 1791-1834
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Social and economic dynamic relationships between native Americans and Hispanic people in the mission environment are the subjects of this study of life in Mission Santa Cruz in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. The study is based on historic documents and excavations at the mission. Chapters cover founding and history, native Americans, archaeological investigations, the physical environment, neophyte diet and work patterns, material culture, and cultural adaption and modification.
Subjects: California Missions, Santa Cruz, California, Native Americans, Spain, Franciscans, missionaries, Catholicism, Ohlone Indians, Northern valley Yokuts, cultural adaptation, religion
Publication Date: 1998
Series: Perspectives in California Archaeology 5
Publisher: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology
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