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Following in this tradition, contemporary mission museums continue to present an unhistorical version of the past. Trafzer, Clifford E et al. Are We So Different?
Revisionists pushed Native Californians into the periphery of this manufactured narrative, despite the central role of indigenous people in building, populating, sustaining, and expanding the missions.
Skip to main content. History; Business llrimer high honors. Interpreters at these sites frequently ignore such themes as Native labor, Indian resistance, contagious diseases, malnutrition, infant mortality, violence, death, and Spanish-inflicted punishments.
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Preparing document for printing…. Trafzer in Wisdom Spirits: Click here to sign up. Unbeknownst to many visitors, the history presented at many contemporary California mission sites reflects an incomplete, skewed, and biased perspective of the past created in the early-twentieth century by local promoters such as Charles Fletcher Lummis and Dlssertation Steven McGroarty.
Texas Tech University Press. Abstract Spanish missions that dot the landscape in California today exist as centers of historical interpretation.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email lorier a reset link. Help Center Find new research papers in: Log In Sign Up. American Behavioral Scientist 20 Lorimer, Michelle Advisor s: However, popular representations of mission history do not reflect scholarly knowledge offered during the past fifty years about the role of Native Californians within the mission system.
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University of Nebraska Press. Interpreters at mission sites today continue to situate colonial California within idyllic depictions consistent with the mission myth. Michelpe Spanish Missions in California. More Information Less Information.
They glorify the Spanish priests, deemphasize the role of Native people, and minimize the negative impact of Spanish colonization on California Indian populations. History, University of California, Riverside. The Mission Myth in Popular Culture.
While some contemporary sites attempt to present more balanced and honest representations of the past, sanitized and romanticized narratives remain the most prominent presentation of Spanish missions in California found in popular culture today. Edit faculty manuscripts, facilitate Costo sponsored lecture series, manage office and website.
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