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The Mexican American Family Album (American Family Albums) - Dorothy Hoobler, Thomas Hoobler, Henry G. Cisneros
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[SR: 3577149], Paperback, [EAN: 9780195124262], Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, Book, [PU: Oxford University Press], Oxford University Press, Mexican Americans have a unique relationship with the United States. Because of the proximity of the neighboring countries, the old traditions of Mexico remain ever close to their hearts even as they embrace a new life in America. As a matter of fact, the first Mexican Americans did not leave their homeland by choice to come to the United States. Instead, the United States went to them. At the end of the U.S.-Mexican War in 1848, Mexico was forced to cede territory that is now the southwestern United States, and the roughly 80,000 Mexicans who had been living in this vast territory suddenly found themselves living within U.S. borders. As the Tejanos (Texans of Mexican descent) say, "We never crossed a border. The border crossed us."The Mexican American Family Album is the record of generations of Mexicans who made the journey from the old country to a new life in the United States, told in their own words and photographs.Cesar Ch'avez, Richard Rodriguez, Sandra Cisneros, and others profiled here testify to the success that many immigrants found in this country. But there are also stories from families not so famous. Their diary entries, letters, personal remembrances, and photographs culled from family archives, scrapbooks, and newspapers, tell of the hardship of poverty in the old country, of the decision to leave and the difficulties often encountered in crossing the border, of life in El Barrio, of finding work, putting down roots, and the transition from newcomer to Mexican American.Through it all the common thread is a celebration of the Mexican heritage even as the immigrant becomes more and more "Americanized." It is that spirit that envelops The Mexican American Family Album--not only as a history of immigration from one country to another, but as a chronicle of the contributions, large and small, made by Mexican Americans. The continuing pride in the culture and traditions of Mexico have enhanced and strengthened their lives in their newly adopted country, and brought new dimensions to the multicultural society of America.The titles in the American Family Albums series tell the multicolored and often heroic stories of American immigrant groups, largely through their own words and pictures. Like any family album or scrapbook, the pages contain many period photographs and other memorabilia. These join with original documents--including selections from diaries, letters, memoirs, and newspapers--to bring the immigrant experience vividly to life., 2941, Mexico, 2917, History, 4, Children's Books, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2947, United States, 2948, 1800s, 2949, 1900s, 8951191011, 2000s, 2950, Civil War Era, 2955, Colonial & Revolutionary, 2965, State & Local, 2917, History, 4, Children's Books, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2358, Multicultural, 2351, Biographies, 4, Children's Books, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 3098, Hispanic & Latino, 3094, Multicultural Stories, 3344091011, Geography & Cultures, 4, Children's Books, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 10367704011, Mexico, 17433, History, 3344092011, Education & Reference, 28, Teen & Young Adult, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 10367710011, United States, 10367711011, 19th Century, 10367712011, 20th Century, 10367713011, 21st Century, 10367714011, Civil War Period, 10367715011, Colonial & Revolutionary Periods, 10367717011, State & Local, 17433, History, 3344092011, Education & Reference, 28, Teen & Young Adult, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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The Mexican American Family Album - HOOBLER, DOROTHY & THOMAS; CISNEROS, HENRY G. (INTRODUCTION)
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Oxford University Press, New York/Oxford: 1998. Softcover. Brand new book. Mexican Americans have a unique relationship with the United States. Because of the proximity of the neighboring countries, the old traditions of Mexico remain ever close to their hearts even as they embrace a new life in America. As a matter of fact, the first Mexican Americans did not leave their homeland by choice to come to the United States. Instead, the United States went to them. At the end of the U.S.-Mexican War in 1848, Mexico was forced to cede territory that is now the southwestern United States, and the roughly 80,000 Mexicans who had been living in this vast territory suddenly found themselves living within U.S. borders. As the Tejanos (Texans of Mexican descent) say, "We never crossed a border. The border crossed us." Since then many Mexicans have crossed that border by choice, most in search of jobs. The obstacles they faced - racism, exploitation, the language barrier, poor wages - have not prevented them from becoming an integral part of the United States. The gifts they brought with them - folk art, food, music, literature, new words for the American vocabulary (taco, ranch, rodeo, fiesta ), and strong ties to family and religion - are now a part of the American tradition. The Mexican American Family Album is the record of generations of Mexicans who made the journey from the old country to a new life in the United States, told in their own words and photographs. Csar Chavez, Richard Rodriguez, Sandra Cisneros, Lee Trevi–o, Linda Ronstadt, and others profiled here testify to the success that many immigrants found in this country. But there are also stories from families not so famous. Their diary entries, letters, personal remembrances, and photographs culled from family archives, scrapbooks, and newspapers, tell of the hardship of poverty in the old country, of the decision to leave and the difficulties often encountered in crossing the border, of life in El Barrio, of finding work, putting down roots, and the transition from newcomer to Mexican American. Through it all the common thread is a celebration of the Mexican heritage even as the immigrant becomes more and more "Americanized." It is that spirit that envelops The Mexican American Family Album - not only as a history of immigration from one country to another, but as a chronicle of the contributions, large and small, made by Mexican Americans. The continuing pride in the culture and traditions of Mexico have enhanced and strengthened their lives in their newly adopted country, and brought new dimensions to the multicultural society of America. "A needed history lesson." - Wilson Library Bulletin "A clear and informative presentation." - School Library Journal "Stresses the diversity that enriches our lives." - San Antonio Express-News "History palpable and memorable. . . . The narratives flow smoothly and provide a wealth of information." - VOYA Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler have published more than 50 books for children and adults. Their works have been honored by the Library of Congress, the New York Public Library, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the Society of School Librarians International. They live in New York City. ISBN: 019512426X., Oxford University Press, New York/Oxford: 1998

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Mexican Americans have a unique relationship with the United States. Because of the proximity of the neighboring countries, the old traditions of Mexico remain ever close to their hearts even as they embrace a new life in America. As a matter of fact, the first Mexican Americans did not leavetheir homeland by choice to come to the United States. Instead, the United States went to them. At the end of the U.S.-Mexican War in 1848, Mexico was forced to cede territory that is now the southwestern United States, and the roughly 80,000 Mexicans who had been living in this vast territorysuddenly found themselves living within U.S. borders. As the Tejanos (Texans of Mexican descent) say, We never crossed a border. The border crossed us. Since then many Mexicans have crossed that border by choice, most in search of jobs. The obstacles they faced--racism, exploitation, the language barrier, poor wages--have not prevented them from becoming an integral part of the United States. The gifts they brought with them--folk art, food,music, literature, new words for the American vocabulary (taco, ranch, rodeo, fiesta), and strong ties to family and religion--are now a part of the American tradition. The Mexican American Family Album is the record of generations of Mexicans who made the journey from the old country to a new lifein the United States, told in their own words and photographs. Cesar Chavez, Richard Rodriguez, Sandra Cisneros, Lee Trevino, Linda Ronstadt, and others profiled here testify to the success that many immigrants found in this country. But there are also stories from families not so famous. Their diary entries, letters, personal remembrances, and photographsculled from family archives, scrapbooks, and newspapers, tell of the hardship of poverty in the old country, of the decision to leave and the difficulties often encountered in crossing the border, of life in El Barrio, of finding work, putting down roots, and the transition from newcomer to MexicanAmerican. Through it all the common thread is a celebration of the Mexican heritage even as the immigrant becomes more and more Americanized. It is that spirit that envelops The Mexican American Family Album--not only as a history of immigration from one country to another, but as a chronicle of thecontributions, large and small, made by Mexican Americans. The continuing pride in the culture and traditions of Mexico have enhanced and strengthened their lives in their newly adopted country, and brought new dimensions to the multicultural society of America. Dorothy Hoobler, Thomas Hoobler, Books, The Mexican American Family Album Books, Oxford University Press

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The Mexican American Family Album

The American Family Album series tells the often heroic stories of American immigrant groups, largely through their own words and pictures. Like any family album, the pages contain period photographs, memorabilia, selections from diaries, letters, memoirs, and newspapers. Each book is a pictorial and written record of the country left behind, the journey to America, and the group's contributions to the United States. 142 illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195124262
ISBN (ISBN-10): 019512426X
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR
128 Pages
Weight: 0,426 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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