2018 - Patriarchal Protestors, Cultural Brokers, and Unlikely Bedfellows: A Lineage of Spanish-Mexican Women in Colonial Alta California; Jennifer A. Lucido and Scott E. Lydon
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Spanish-Mexican Women in Colonial Alta California
A microscale analysis of successive generations of women from one of Spanish California’s earliest settler families, the Arballo (m. Lopez) lineage, provides a nuanced examination of colonial women in the frontier. More specifically, this paper interrogates how these women acted both as equally important partners in the colonization of Alta California but also as individual agents. The Spanish-Mexican women central to this paper include: María Feliciana Arballo, María Ignacia de la Candelaria López, María Antonia Natalia Elija “Josefa” Carrillo, and María Ramona la Luz Carrillo.
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"2018 - Patriarchal Protestors, Cultural Brokers, and Unlikely Bedfellows: A Lineage of Spanish-Mexican Women in Colonial Alta California; Jennifer A. Lucido and Scott E. Lydon" (2019). Miscellaneous Publications – Mexican. 3.