Critical Race Studies
British Columbia Politicians and Chinese and Japanese Immigrants 1858-1914
A revealing historical account of the complex racism in early British Columbia and the lives and contributions made to the province by its Chinese and Japanese residents.
Documents relating to Rivera's inspection of New Spain's military frontier, presented in their original Spanish and in translation, provide a detailed background by which modern scholars can better assess the status and role of Spain's military outposts.
Ethnic History and Marital Assimilation, in Canada 1871 and 1971
This first detailed comparative study of ethno-religious intermarriage provides the background for understanding the dynamics of intermarriage in a culturally pluralistic society like Canada.
"A thorough treatment of the sociopolitical history of the kingdoms of Chalco as seen through the eyes of one of the great post-Conquest Nahua historians. . . . Students of Nahuatl language will be rewarded by the extensive citations (with accompanying translations) of relevant material from original Nahua sources."--Choice
Traces the development over the past hundred years of the urban working class in northern Sonora. Drawing on an extensive collection of life histories, Heyman describes what has happened to families over several generations as people left the countryside to work for American-owned companies in northern Sonora or to cross the border ...
Contents Mexican Workers in Aurora, Illinois: The Oral History of Three Immigration Waves, 1924-1990, by Irene Campos Carr Divided, Yet a City: A Brief History of Aurora, Illnois, by Ralph Cintron The Quest for Power: Hispanic Collective Action in Frontier Arizona, by David L. Torres & Melissa Amado Power, ...
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