SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Kevin Waite
"Historians typically study Black and Native slavery as discrete systems. But America’s wealthiest slaveholders didn’t draw a fixed line."
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Historians Yve Chavez, Philip Ethington and William Deverell comment on the conflicted legacy of the historic mission structure.
Who Was Junipero Serra, and Why Do Activists Want His Name Stripped From Institutions and His Statues Toppled?
The architect of the Spanish Mission system in California has some defenders among historians, but Native American activists associate his legacy with genocide.
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