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Based on extensive research in Spain, Mexico, Texas, New Mexico, and California, Apache, Navaho, and Spaniard tells of the Spanish advance in the seventeenth century into northern Mexico and the Southwest, and of the American Indian response. Focusing on the Apache, Navaho, and neighboring nations, Jack Forbes reveals how long-standing, mutually beneficial relationships existing between the indigenous communities were upset by Spanish exploitation and slave-raiding, causing rebellions and widespread armed resistance that blunted the growth of the Spanish Empire.
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Jack D. Forbes is a Professor in the Department of Native American Studies at the University of California, Davis.
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