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Online Sources: Hispanic Americans - Civil Rights
Book Sources: Hispanic Americans - Civil Rights
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Documents of the Chicano Movement (Eyewitness to History) by
Call Number: Online - Ebook Central
"This book provides a variety of original source documents--from first-hand accounts to media responses to legislative texts--regarding the Chicano movement of the 1960s through 1970s ..."
Foreigners in their Native Land by
Call Number: Online - EBSCO
"Dozens of selections from firsthand accounts, introduced by David J. Weber's essays, capture the essence of the Mexican American experience in the Southwest from the time the first pioneers came north from Mexico." - Google Books
Voices of the U.S. Latino Experience by
Call Number: E184.S75 V65 2008
"The bulk of the primary documents concern Mexico and the United States and Mexican Americans..." also has primary documents pertaining to events in Latin American and Caribbean history.
World War II and Mexican American Civil Rights by
Call Number: D769.8.F7 M48 2008
includes "... historical documents from the World War II period that collectively gives a first-person understanding of the civil rights struggles of Mexican Americans."
The Zoot Suit Riots by
Call Number: F869.L89 M447 2012
"Surveys the political events, social trends, and racial attitudes that contributed to a week-long outbreak of violence in Los Angeles in 1943 by white servicemen and civilians against young Mexican-American 'zoot suiters.' Includes a narrative overview, biographies, primary sources, chronology, glossary, bibliography, and index"--Provided by publisher
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