Rancho (Other Keyword)

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Cultural Resource Evaluation of Prihestoric and Historic Sites at Rancho Lilar, San Diego County, CA (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joyce Clevenger. Roxana Phillips and Dennis Gallegos.

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Fringe Benefits?: Historical Household Investigations at Rancho Kiuic, Yucatan, Mexico (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Maggie Morgan-Smith.

This paper presents preliminary findings from recent research at Rancho Kiuic, an 18th- 20th century landed estate in the Puuc region of Yucatán, México. Occupied by generations of Maya-speaking landowners and laborers during the Colonial and Republican eras, the Rancho represents a site type with that has seen little archaeological or ethnohistoric investigation. Drawing on household-level excavation data, oral histories among the Rancho’s descendant community, and archival research,...

Interpreting a Changing Cultural Landscape – A California Rancho (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Donna L Gillette.

The Dana Adobe, site of an 1837 Mexican Land Grant issued to William Goodwin Dana, provides a model example of a managed landscape with a story to tell. This chronicle, situated on the Central California Coast, includes the prehistoric past, rancho period, emergence of statehood, the American Period, and a look to the future in the stewardship and management of the land and resources.  This unique 130 acre site, which is a California State Historic Landmark and on the National Registry, is owned...

Remembering the Rancho: Insights into Social Memory at Rancho Kiuic, Yucatán, México (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Maggie Morgan-Smith.

A legacy of oppression exists alongside the memory of agentive acts of residence among laborers and their descendants at the site of Rancho Kiuic, Yucatan, México. Owned and operated by several generations of Maya-speaking families from the Late Colonial through National periods, the Rancho offers a setting for exploring the responses to and experiences of the Caste War of Yucatán (1947-1901) and agrarian reform among communities outside of centralized population centers. Excavation data from...