Rescuing Catalina: Law, Storytelling, and Unearthing the Hidden History of Southwestern Slavery

Castro, Robert F.
July 2000
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Summer2000, Vol. 11/12 Issue 2/1, p123
Academic Journal
Discusses the history of slavery in the Southwestern States in light of the United States Supreme Court case 'Bustamento v. Analla.' Synopsis of the Bustamento case; Power of storytelling in investigating legal history; Narration of the case using traditional contract law; Driving force of Indian-Mestizo slave trade in the region; Effects of Indian-Mestizo slave trade.


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