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Atlas of Hispanic-American History

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Atlas of Hispanic-American History examines how Spanish
Hardcover, 214 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by Facts on File (first published July 1st 2001)
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Leah Clark
Ochoa, G. and Smith, C. (2009). Atlas of Hispanic-American history (revised ed.). New, York, NY: InfoBase.

Citation by: Leah Clark

Type of Reference: Geographical Reference/Biographical Reference

Call Number: Ref 973

Content/Scope: This edition covers a wide range of Hispanic Americans as well as charts, graphs, and maps relating to Hispanic Americans. The purpose is to inform readers about Hispanic-Americans and their influence on history.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: The author has written several hist
Sarah Ritter
Ochoa, G. & Smith, C. (2008). Atlas of hispanic-american history. New York, NY: Facts on File.

Citation by: Sarah Ritter
Reference Type: Geographical
DDCN: 305.8

Scope/Content: The purpose of this book is to use the geography of North, South, and Central America and discuss the history, culture, social and political aspects of Hispanic-Americans.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: George Ochoa has written other books about the history and culture of Hispanic-Americans. This book is geared towards that et
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Fine resource for understanding the uneasy relationship between Mexico and the U.S. Begins with the ancients and moves on to the current influx of migrants. This gives the background we'r missing on how we got to be such dysfunctional neighbors. Wars, exploitation, and raids, provide the background for the conquests and gradual annexation of a large portion of Mexico to the U.S. problems filling labor needed in the US that welcomes Mexicans, then sends them back to where they came from was a pro ...more
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