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The idea of Spanish borderlands by David J. Weber1
Native American demography in the Spanish borderlands by Clark S. Larsen2
Ethnology of the Alta California Indians, vol. 1 : Precontact by Lowell John Bean3
Ethnology of the Alta California Indians, vol. 2 : Postcontact by Lowell J. Bean4
Ethnology of the Indians of northwest Mexico by Randall H. McGuire6
Ethnology of the Texas Indians by Thomas R. Hester7
Ethnology of the Indians of Spanish Florida by David H. Thomas8
The Native American and Spanish colonial experience in the greater Southwest, vol. 1 : introduction to the documentary records by David H. Snow9
The Native American and Spanish colonial experience in the greater Southwest, vol. 2 : introduction to the research by David H. Snow10
Earliest Hispanic/Native American interactions in the American Southeast by Jerald T. Milanich12
The Jesuit missions of northern Mexico by Charles W. Polzer19
The Franciscan missions of northern Mexico by Thomas E. Sheridan20
The missions of Spanish Florida by David Hurst Thomas23
America's ancient city : Spanish St. Augustine, 1565-1763 by Kathleen A. Deagan25
Hispanic urban planning in North America by Daniel J. Garr27

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This is a series of volumes containing scholarly articles on ethnohistory in the Spanish borderlands of North America. Garland Publishing released the entire series in 1991.

Full title: Spanish borderlands sourcebooks : presenting over four hundred and fifty scholarly articles and source materials documenting interactions between Native Americans and Europeans from California to Florida.

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