eBook Term Paper Resource Guide To Latino History, 1st Edition

  • Michael P. Moreno
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  • ISBN-10: 0313379335
  • ISBN-13: 9780313379338
  • DDC: 973.0468
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 345 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released January 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
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Overview

Latino peoples are an intrinsic part of our national identity, yet little attention has been paid to illustrating the links between Latino contributions and the transformations that have occurred in the United States throughout history. All students, including Latinos, need such resources to help them appreciate these vital connections.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Recent Titles in Term Paper Resource Guides.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: California Mission Program (1769–1834).
2: Santa Fe Trail and Railroad Are Established (1821, 1880).
3: Monroe Doctrine (December 2, 1823).
4: Secularization of Alta California Mission Lands (1833).
5: Texas Revolution (1835–1836).
6: Bear Flag Revolt (June 14, 1846).
7: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848).
8: José Martí Exiled in New York (1880–1895).
9: Ybor City, Florida, Established (1886).
10: Destruction of the USS Maine (February 15, 1898).
11: Guantánamo Bay Naval Base Established (1898).
12: Platt Amendment (1901).
13: Panama Canal Constructed (1904–1914).
14: Roosevelt Corollary (December 1904).
15: Jones-Shaforth Act (1917).
16: U.S. Border Patrol Established (May 28, 1924).
17: League of United Latin American Citizens Founded (1929).
18: Dennis Chávez Elected to Congress (1930).
19: Good Neighbor Policy toward Latin America (1933).
20: Diego Rivera's Mural Removed from Rockefeller Center (February 10, 1934).
21: Ponce Massacre (March 21, 1937).
22: Emma Tenayuca and the Southern Pecan Shelling Company Strike (1938).
23: Almighty Latin King Nation Formed (1940s).
24: Bracero Program Created (1942).
25: Zoot Suit Riots (May-June 1943).
26: Great Puerto Rican Migration (1945–1955).
27: Méndez v. Westminster (1946).
28: Puerto Rican Independence Party Founded (October 20, 1946).
29: Héctor P. García Establishes the American GI Forum (1948).
30: Operation Bootstrap (1948–1960s).
31: Luis Muñoz Marín Elected Governor of Puerto Rico (January 2, 1949).
32: Battle of Chávez Ravine/Dodger Stadium (1949–1962).
33: Blair House Terrorist Attack (November 1, 1950).
34: U.S. Capitol Shooting by Puerto Rican Nationalists (March 1, 1954).
35: Hernández v. Texas (1954).
36: Operation Wetback (1954).
37: Rise of Ritchie Valens (1958).
38: Fidel Castro Visits New York (April 1959).
39: Cuban Immigration to the United States (1959–1994).
40: Dominican Immigration to the United States (1961–2000).
41: Bay of Pigs Invasion (April 1961).
42: United Farm Workers of America Formed (1962).
43: Cuban Missile Crisis (October 1962).
44: El Teatro Campesino Founded (1965).
45: United States Invades Dominican Republic (April 28, 1965).
46: National Voting Rights Act (1965).
47: United Farm Workers Grape Boycott (1965–1970).
48: Immigration and Naturalization Act (1965).
49: Our Lady of Charity Shrine Founded in Miami, Florida (1966).
50: INTAR Theatre Founded (1967).
51: Brown Berets Founded (1967).
52: Rudolfo “Corky” Gonzales Publishes “Yo Soy Joaquín” (1967).
53: Bilingual Education Act of 1968 (1968).
54: Los Angeles School District Chicano Student Walkouts (1968).
55: National Council of La Raza Established (1968).
56: California State University Establishes the First Chicano Studies Program (1968).
57: Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund Founded (1968).
58: Young Lords Organization Created in Chicago (1968).
59: El Plan Espiritual de Aztlán Drafted (1969).
60: El Plan de Santa Barbara Ratified (1969).
61: Santana Performs at Woodstock (1969).
62: La Raza Unida Party Founded (January 17, 1970).
63: Chicano Park Founded in San Diego (April 1970).
64: National Chicano Moratorium March (August 29, 1970).
65: Nuyorican Poets Café Founded (1973).
66: The Mexican Museum Founded in San Francisco (1975).
67: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Established (1976).
68: Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa Publish This Bridge Called My Back (1981).
69: Cuban American National Foundation Established (1981).
70: Plyler v. Doe (1982).
71: Boland Amendments (1982–1984).
72: El Norte Debuts (1983).
73: Culture Clash Created (1984).
74: American Baptist Churches et al. v. Thornburgh et al. and the ABC Decision (1985, 1991).
75: Radio Martí's First Broadcast to Cuba (May 20, 1985).
76: Immigration Reform and Control Act (November 1986).
77: Republic of Nicaragua v. The United States of America (1986).
78: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Becomes the First Latina Elected to Congress (1989).
79: Voting Rights Language Assistance Act (1992).
80: Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah, Florida (1993).
81: North American Free Trade Agreement (January 1, 1994).
82: Operation Gatekeeper (October 1, 1994).
83: California Proposition 187 Passes (1994).
84: Selena Murdered (1995).
85: Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (1996).
86: Helms-Burton Act (March 12, 1996).
87: Colombian Immigration to the United States (1996-Early 21st Century).
88: Homies Unidos Chapter Formed in Los Angeles (1998).
89: California Proposition 227 (1998).
90: Cuban Five Arrested and Convicted (September 12, 1998).
91: Vieques Island Dispute (April 1999).
92: Immigration and Naturalization Service Seizure of Elián González (April 22, 2000).
93: American Airlines Flight 587 Crashes (November 12, 2001).
94: Jimmy Carter Visits Cuba (May 2002).
95: NBC Purchases Telemundo (2002).
96: U.S.-Mexico Border Trafficking Tunnel Discovered (January 24, 2006).
97: “A Day without Immigrants” (The Great American Boycott) National Marches (May 1, 2006).
98: Secure Fence Act (October 26, 2006).
99: Postville Raid (May 12, 2008).
100: Sonia Sotomayor Becomes the First Latina U.S. Supreme Court Justice (2009).
Index.
About the Authors.