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Mexicans in Tempe (Images of America) e-book

Author:

Santos C. Vega Ph.D.

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Americas

ePub size:

1453 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Arcadia Publishing (February 18, 2009)

Pages:

128

ISBN:

0738570567

Mexicans in Tempe (Images of America) e-book

by Santos C. Vega Ph.D.


He served several years on the board of directors of the Arizona Historical Society CAD, Tempe Preservation Commission, and Tempe Tardeada Advisory Board. Vega's publications include numerous articles published in academic encyclopedias and the novel Worm in My Tomato. He and his wife, Josephine R. Vega, reside in Tempe.

Mexicans In Tempe book. Images of America: Arizona). San Pablo was settled in the early 1800s by Mexican pioneers, also known as "TempeneAAos," south of the Tempe butte.

Part of the Images of America: Arizona Series). San Pablo was settled in the early 1800s by Mexican pioneers, also known as "Tempenenos," south of the Tempe butte. By the 1870s, Mexicans were vital to Tempe's economical growth, assisting in the construction of the C. H. Kirkland and McKinney Canal and the Hayden Flour Mill, and with agriculture soon after the establishment of Fort McDowell.

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The lynching of Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the Southwest has long been overlooked in American history. This may be due to the fact that most historical records categorized Mexicans, Native Americans, and sometimes Chinese lynching victims as white. It is estimated that at least 597 Mexican Americans were lynched between 1848 and 1928. Nuevomexicano politicians and community leaders recruited the rural masses into the war cause overseas and on the home front, including the struggle for woman suffrage.

by Santos C. Vega PhD. Images of America.

Mexican American bibliography. This is a Mexican American bibliography. This list consists of books, and journal articles, about Mexican Americans, Chicanos, and their history and culture. The list includes works of literature whose subject matter is significantly about Mexican Americans and the Chicano/a experience. This list does not include works by Mexican American writers which do not address the topic, such as science texts by Mexican American writers.

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In 1885, the Arizona legislature selected Tempe as the site for the Territorial Normal School, the predecessor of Arizona State University.

San Pablo was settled in the early 1800s by Mexican pioneers, also known as "Tempene├▒os," south of the Tempe butte. By the 1870s, Mexicans were vital to Tempe's economical growth, assisting in the construction of the C. H. Kirkland and McKinney Canal and the Hayden Flour Mill, and with agriculture soon after the establishment of Fort McDowell. The agricultural field cultivated by the settlers of San Pablo is now Arizona State University's main campus. Over time, the Mexican settlers of San Pablo were subjected to eminent domain and were dispersed throughout Maricopa County. To this day, the Mexican population has assisted in the economic development of Arizona ranching, agriculture, private industries, the public sector, and in the defense of the United States in time of war.

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