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Title Anthropology and history in Yucatán / edited by Grant D. Jones
Published Austin : University of Texas Press, [1977]
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Description 1 online resource (xxiv, 344 pages, 9 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations
Series The Texas Pan American series
Texas Pan American series.
Contents Internal migration in Yucatan : interpretaton of historical demography and current patterns / James W. Ryder -- The Maestros Cantores in Yucatan / Anne C. Collins -- The caste war of Yucatan : the history of a myth and the myth of history / Victoria Reifler Bricker -- The caste war in the 1970s : present-day accounts from village Quintana Roo / Allan F. Burns -- Historical dimensions of orientation to change in a Yucatec peasant community / Irwin Press
Introduction / Grant D. Jones -- A proposal for constituting a Maya subgroup, cultural and linguistic, in the Peten and adjacent regions / Sir Eric Thompson -- The Francisco Perez Probanza of 1654-1656 and the Matricula of Tipu (Belize) / France V. Scholes and Sir Eric Thompso -- The Maya and the colonization of Belize in the nineteenth century / O. Niegel Bolland -- Independent Maya of the late nineteenth century : chiefdoms and power politics / E.E. Dumond -- Levels of settlement alliance among the San Pedro Maya of western Belize and eastern Peten, 1857-1936 / Grant D. Jones
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-316) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Mayas.
Yucatán Peninsula -- History.
Form Electronic book
Author Jones, Grant D., 1941-
ISBN 0292703147