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ERIC Number: ED046592
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Nov-18
Pages: 60
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The Role of the Mexican American in the History of the Southwest.
Alisky, Marvin; And Others
The booklet contains 6 papers presented at a conference sponsored by the Inter-American Institute, Pan American College, Edinburg, Texas. As indicated by the titles, the papers cover the following aspects of the role of the Mexican American in the history of the Southwest: (1) Mexican Heritage--Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, (2) The Historical Heritage of the Mexican American in 19th Century Texas, An Interpretation, (3) The Migrant Worker and the Bracero in the U.S., (4) Mexican-American Land Issues in the United States, (5) The Rio Grande Frontier--Bridge or Barrier, and (6) Cultural Contributions of the Mexican American. Included in the booklet is a bibliography of related literature. (EJ)
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Authoring Institution: Pan American Univ., Edinburg, TX.
Identifiers: United States (Southwest)
Note: Papers presented at conference sponsored by Inter-American Institute, Pan American College, Edinburg, Texas