An intensive exploration of the changes experienced by the
Comanches and Caddoans during Spain's occupation of the Southern
Plains (1689-1921), McCollough focuses on the relationship between
political and economic conditions and patterns of settlement,
production and social reproduction. Challenging historical views
that structure a dichotomy of the colonizers and the colonized,
this study examines global, regional and local populations as it
details the points of interface between Euro-American markets,
Native American commodities and indigenous social groups in this
early colonial period.
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