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What is in this guide

This guide has been created to assist students in HIST 6329 (Spring 2010) to get the most out of their research experience at SMU and find the best sources. It is organized to help with various kinds of sources or stages in the research project

 

Topics

  • Connections between Santos Benavides of Laredo and Vidaurri (sp.) of N. Mexico.
  • Films defining the Southwest.
  • Peyote and Native American religion.
  • The northern NM and southern Colo. environment.
  • The intersection between curandera/folk Saint Teresa Urrea and anarchist Emma Goldman.
  • The introduction, or reintroduction, of the horse into North America by the Spaniards, in particular, the cultural and ecological impacts it had on Native Americans and the American ecological context.

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