The Mexican Americans

@inproceedings{Garca2002TheMA,
  title={The Mexican Americans},
  author={Alma M. Garc{\'i}a},
  year={2002}
}
Series Foreword Background Geography Early Civilizations Spanish Conquest Spanish Culture in the New World Mexican Independence The U.S.-Mexico War of 1845 Mexico under Benito Juarez The Mexican Revolution and Immigration Mexico under Diaz (1876-1911) The Mexican Revolution of 1910 Immigration to the United States Immigrant Culture Continued Immigration, World Wars, and Aftermath Continued Immigration and Labor Unrest (1920-1940) World War II and the Bracero Program The Impact of Mexican… 

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