List of Illustrations
Figures
I.I
Sonoran Geography 23
1.2
Missions and Ethnic Groups of Sonora 33
1.3 Province of Sonora (Eighteenth Century) 41
3.1 Sale and Consumption of Wheat in the Mission District of San
Pedro de Aconchi, Sonora, 1749-62 80
3.2 Sale and Consumption of Maize in the Mission District of San
Pedro de Aconchi, Sonora, 1749-62 81
3.3 Volume of Grain, by Five-Year Averages, for the Mission District
of San Pedro de Aconchi, Sonora, 1720-66 85
4.1 Comparative Population Counts for Selected Missions in Sonora,
1784-1806 II8
4.2 Convergent Family and Household Structures in Cocospera,
Sonora, 1796 127
4.3 Family Relations across Households and Communities in
Arivechi and Bacanora, Sonora, 1796 131
4.4 Different Households in Two Generations of Badachi Kinfolk in
Bacanora, Sonora, 1796 132
4.5 A Large Female-Headed Household in Bacanora, Sonora, 1796
133
4.6 A Complex Extended Household in Bacanora, Sonora, 1796 134
4.7 Adjoining Households in Bacanora, Sonora, 1796 135
6.1 Oposura and Bavispe Valleys, Late Eighteenth Century 186
6.2 Mission Labores and Indian Milpas in Bacerac and Bavispe, 1790
190
7-1 Patterns of Land Tenure in Pitic and the Valley of Horcasitas,
1785-1820 230
9.1 Overlapping Spheres of Authority: Missionaries, Villages, and
Military Command 291
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