The Basque Hotelera: Implications for Broader Study

Appeared in Occasional Paper Series, No. 7, Basque Studies Program, edited by William A. Douglass, 1999.

Posted: 5 Aug 2013

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Jeri Echeverria

California State University System; California State University, Fresno

Date Written: 1999

Abstract

Chapter on the role of Basque women hotel keepers in their communities and implications for their influence. Also includes suggestions for further study of role of women in western development and role ethnic women played in the history of the American West.

Keywords: hotelera, Basque, second mothers

Suggested Citation

Echeverria, Jeronima, The Basque Hotelera: Implications for Broader Study (1999). Appeared in Occasional Paper Series, No. 7, Basque Studies Program, edited by William A. Douglass, 1999., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2305722

Jeronima Echeverria (Contact Author)

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California State University, Fresno ( email )

Long Beach, CA
United States
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