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By Jon Reyhner, Jeanne Eder

ISBN-10: 080613593X

ISBN-13: 9780806135939

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In 1833 the California missions were secularized, and many Indians promptly fled. The end of Mexican rule in 1846 did not improve the situation for California’s Indians. In 1850 Indians and blacks in California were barred from testifying in court against whites, and in 1854 the Chinese were included in this restriction (Fogel 1988). Independent Mexico The only schooling the Indians of Mexico received in the early nineteenth century was religious. The 1857 Constitution called for free and secular education, and the governor of the state of Mexico called for publication of indigenous-language teaching materials.

Men over the age of twenty-five had one foot cut off and were sentenced to twenty years of servitude. Men between the ages of twelve and twenty-five and women over twelve were punished with twenty years of servitude. Two visiting Hopis had their right hands cut off (Knaut 1995). Hopis opposed Franciscan missionaries who established a mission in Awatovi in 1629 and later at Shongopavi and Oraibi. An apostate from one of the Christian pueblos had told the Hopis that “some Spaniards, whom they would meet shortly, were coming to burn their pueblos, steal their property and behead their children, and that other Spaniards with the tonsures and vestments were nothing but imposters and that they should not allow them to sprinkle water on their heads because they were certain to die from it” (quoted in Whiteley 1988, 17).

In 1833 the California missions were secularized, and many Indians promptly fled. The end of Mexican rule in 1846 did not improve the situation for California’s Indians. In 1850 Indians and blacks in California were barred from testifying in court against whites, and in 1854 the Chinese were included in this restriction (Fogel 1988). Independent Mexico The only schooling the Indians of Mexico received in the early nineteenth century was religious. The 1857 Constitution called for free and secular education, and the governor of the state of Mexico called for publication of indigenous-language teaching materials.

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