50 Events that Shaped Latino History: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic [2 volumes]

 
 
Greenwood (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 22. März 2018
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  • 1026 Seiten
 
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Latinos--people of European, Indigenous, and African descent--have had a presence in North America long before the first British settlements arrived to the Eastern seaboard. The encounters between Spanish colonizers and the native peoples of the Americas initiated 500 years of a rich and vibrant history--an intermingled, cultural evolution that continues today in the 21st century. 50 Events that Shaped Latino History: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic is a valuable reference that provides a chronological overview of Latino/a history beginning with the indigenous populations of the Americas through the present day. It is divided into time period, such as Pre-Colonial Era to Spanish Empire, pre-1521-1810, and covers a variety of themes relevant to the time period, making it easy for the reader find information. The coverage offers readers background on critical events that have shaped Latino/a populations, revealed the conditions and experiences of Latinos, or highlighted their contributions to U.S. society. The text addresses events as varied as the U.S.-Mexican War to the rise of Latin jazz. The entries present a balance of political and cultural events, social developments, legal cases, and broader trends. Each entry has a chronology, a main narrative, biographies of notable figures, and suggested further readings, as well as one or more primary sources that offer additional context or information on the given event. These primary source materials offer readers additional insight via a first-hand account, original voices, or direct evidence on the subject matter.
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ABC-CLIO
978-1-4408-3763-0 (9781440837630)
1440837635 (1440837635)
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Volume 1
  • 1. Pre-Colonial Period through Spanish Empire, 250 CEâ??1810
  • Rise of Maya and Indigenous Civilizations, 250 CEâ??900 CE
  • Spanish Colonization of the Americas, 1492â??1898
  • Conquest of the Mexica (Aztec) Empire, 1519â??1521
  • Pueblo Revolt of 1680
  • 2. Changing Flags, 1810â??1846
  • Latin American Independence, 1810â??1898
  • Anglo-American Colonization of Northern Mexico, 1820â??1846
  • Texas Independence, 1835â??1836
  • 3. Remaking the U.S. Map, 1846â??1898
  • U.S.-Mexican War, 1846â??1848
  • Cuban Wars of Independence, 1868â??1898
  • Settlement of Ybor City, 1885â??1930
  • Spanish-American War, 1898
  • Caribbean Migration to New York City, 1870sâ??1920s
  • 4. Immigration, World War I, and Community Formation, 1900â??1929
  • Insular Cases, 1901â??1922
  • The Mexican Revolution, 1910â??1921
  • Texas Revolt, 1915
  • Rise of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, 1922â??1954
  • 5. Great Depression and Repatriation, 1929â??1941
  • Founding of LULAC, 1929
  • Mexican Repatriation, 1930â??1935
  • Birth of Latin Jazz, 1930sâ??1940s
  • Labor Activism during the Great Depression, 1930â??1939
  • 6. World War II and Postwar Migrations, 1941â??1959
  • World War II, 1939â??1945
  • The Bracero Program, 1942â??1964
  • Mendez v. Westminster, 1945â??1947
  • Operation Bootstrap and Puerto Rican Migration, 1948â??1964
  • The Cuban Revolution, 1953â??1959
  • Destruction of Chavez Ravine, 1953â??1959
  • Hernandez v. Texas, 1954
  • Operation Wetback, 1954
  • Volume 2
  • 7. Social Movements and Growing Political Power, 1960sâ??1979
  • The Chicano Movement, 1960sâ??1970s
  • Chicana Feminist Movement, 1960sâ??1970s
  • Urban Uprisings, 1960sâ??1970s
  • Fall of the Trujillo Dictatorship and Dominican Migration, 1961â??1990s
  • Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965
  • Delano Grape Strike and the United Farm Workers Movement, 1965â??1970
  • Founding of the Young Lords, 1968â??1972
  • Formation of Chicano, Puerto Rican, and Latino/a Studies Programs, 1968â??1974
  • Gay Rights Movement, 1969â??1990
  • Central American Civil Wars and Migration, 1970sâ??1980s
  • Lau v. Nichols, 1973â??1974
  • Founding of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, 1976
  • 8. The Conservative Tide and Progress amid Backlash, 1980â??2000
  • The Sanctuary Movement, 1980s
  • Mariel Boatlift, 1980
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act, 1986
  • Founding of Univision, 1987
  • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), 1994
  • Californiaâ??s Proposition 187, 1994
  • Latin Explosion in Popular Music, 1990s
  • 9. Latinos in the New Millennium, 2000â??Present
  • Election and Appointment of Latinos in the 21st Century, 2000â??Present
  • Immigrant Rights Marches of 2006
  • Lin-Manuel Mirandaâ??s Debut on Broadway, 2008â??2015
  • Recommended Resources
  • About the Editor and Contributors
  • Index

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