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Week 6 Notes- Chicano History

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Week 6 Notes- Chicano History ETST 004

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These notes cover Monday and Wednesday's lecture.
Introduction to Chicano History
Dr. Lopez
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chicano, history, etst, 4, UCR, Lopez
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Date Created: 05/08/16
Chicano History Lecture 5/2/16  Expected to know these names for the midterm: o Joaquin Murrieta- Califas o Tiburcio Vasquez- Califas o Juan “Cheno” Cortina-Tejas o Gregorio Cortez – Tejas o Elfego Baca - Nuevo Mexico o Pablo Herrera- Nuevo Mexico o Juan Flores -- Califas o Gorras Blancas -- Nuevo Mexico  Midterm will be distributed on Thursday  The above people are “the Heroes of the Resistance” o In U.S. history books they are not perceived that way o But in Chicano history they are seen as the people who stood up o When it comes to history it is written by the victor Film – The Hunt for Pancho Villa  In the U.S. he is seen as a killer (who murdered 17 Americans)  March 9, 1916  Columbus, New Mexico o 600 came across border to attack town o Miller was shot dead on the spot o “Pancho Villa Outlawed Mexican Bandit raided Columbus New Mexico – Killed 17 Americans” – Newspaper headline  Within a week 1,000s of troops would raid Mexico to capture Pancho Villa  before it was over Mexico and the US would be at the brink of war  Americans demanded revenge for the raid on Columbus  US military mobilized (armored tanks, heavy artillery, airplanes)  Pancho Villa inspired devotion and hatred o Had been a governor, a general, an outlaw, and at one time a friend of the US  For over 30 years the autocratic rulers of Mexico profited off of Mexico  American companies had vast holdings in Mexico  Pancho Villa watched as US grew rich by exploiting Mexicans  In the US – If you are working class you are most likely going to die working class  One of Villas wives mentioned that he and his people had to grow up suffering in poverty o His whole life he hated aristocracy o He campaigned against injustice – fighting for the poor  gaining followers  1911 Pancho Villa joined other Mexicans to overthrow the dictatorship of Diaz  By 1914 Pancho Villa had a powerful fighting force employing guerilla tactics  General Hue Scott argued that the US should support Pancho Villa o “If Villa continues on his course he will be considered the George Washington of Mexico”  “Pancho Villa is not as bad as the others . . . “ o He cooperated with the US o Pancho Villa believed they would recognize him as the true leader of Mexico o With the US supporting him his transformation from outlaw to statesman was nearly complete  Venustiano Carranza publicly declared himself the head of the revolutionary forces  Carranza was very concerned about the power of The Division of the North (Pancho Villa’s men)  As Carranza and Villa wrestled for power the US became worried about its holdings in Mexico  Villa had always been careful to protect America’s holdings o American companies had been friendly with Villa and Villa ordered his men to not harm these companies  April 1915 – The battle of Celaya o In Celaya the Division of the North suffered massive losses o It seemed as though Pancho Villa was finished o Pancho Villa had been blinded by his hatred for Cerraza  Known for his military strategy but also his temper and anger  Resulted in violent bloodshed  In the US the official attitude towards Villa began to change o Considered him unpredictable and unstable o They felt they could deal better with Carranza than Villa  1915 – recognized Carranza as the legitimate leader of Mexico o When Villa found out he felt betrayed by Wilson o He thought Carranza signed a secret pact with the US that would put Mexico in the hands of the US government  The US immediately placed an arms embargo on Pancho Villa o He could no longer buy arms and ammunition in American border towns like Columbus, New Mexico  January 10 1916 – American workers bordered a train in Chihuahua city headed for a mine that had been closed for 10 years o Americans ordered off the train and stripped  executed o Suffering of the Americans seemed to drive them into a frenzy o 16 American miners were dead, only one man survived o Fear gripped communities all along the border  Pancho Villa attacked Columbus, New Mexico o The town was completely unaware o 17 more Americans killed in the attack o American troops stationed near by chased Villa back into Mexico o American army gathered up the bodies and burned them for sanitary reasons  The US cavalry didn’t know how to drive the trucks  The cavalry included more than 8000 horses  the horses were not used to going without water o The horses that Villa had were used to lacking food and water  Villas trail led the American troops all over the state of Chihuaha  Villa continued to elude Pershing and his men  After three weeks in Mexico, armed with the best military equipment, Pershing still had not found Villa o The American soldiers began to realize they would never find Villa in his own terrain o Americans purposely given misinformation to protect Villa o Pershing finally realized a reliable report about Villa’s hiding place  Americans asking for Villa in village  A young girl yelled “the Americans are invading us” and students started throwing rocks at the soldiers  Villa’s men went to City Hall and got rifles o Over 200 Mexican troops joined the chase o Americans retreated  16 miles later the Americans took refuge in a small village and returned fire  turning back the Mexican forces o When the fighting was over, 1 American missing, 2 dead, and 16 wounded  Pershing determined to retaliate  the Mexicans were making a mockery of his technology o Demands for full scale invasion of Mexican appeared in newspapers throughout the US o Mexico is a “white-man’s land . . . if an inferior race occupies the land currently they are tenants”  “Merging rapidly towards war”  wrote Hue Scott  Pancho Villa said to be hiding in a cave somewhere in Chihuahua o His ability to elude the American army became a proud moment for Mexicans whether they supported him or not o Carranza claimed Villa was no longer dangerous and demanded retreat of American troops  Wilson refused  At town Americans trying to cross, Mexican general told them they couldn’t cross  The Americans fired on the Mexicans, and the Mexicans fired back and the Americans were overwhelmed  the Americans died on the run  humiliating defeat  Carranza wanted to push the US out without war o Carranza released the American prisoners o Diplomatic talks began between the two countries but Villa reorganized his troops  With newly organized guerrilla army with several thousand men and women, Villa took town one after the other  The US prepared to withdraw, and Pershing declared themselves victorious o Admitted to his father-in-law that they were humiliated and retreating in defeat  1917 – the Pancho Villa Expedition/ Punitive Expedition o After 11 months the Americans failed to ever catch Villa, and had never even caught sight of him  1920 – Pancho Villa laid down his arms o Awarded a large ranch that had once been a Hacienda  1923 – Pancho Villa assassinated by political enemies Chicano History Lecture 5/4/16  4 questions  There is a typo  each question is actually worth 75 points  Times New Roman 12 font, double spaced  1-inch margins  If you use outside resources – need a reference page o In text: (Acuna p78, 1972)  It is like a research assignment – wants us to use outside resources  must use hardcopy references and journals  he will be checking the reference page  The questions are pretty lengthy  expects 2-3 (“2-2.5 at least”) pages for each question  Work Cited Page – MLA  Question 1: o How did Chicanos go from a political system they controlled to being subjugated, and living as second-class citizens, and how was it able to be done o Also include those social revolutionaries you were told to look up and from the films  Question 2: o This is where you break down and dissect the three models o Assimilate, colonialist, Marxist o Chicanos fall under the involuntary experience o Talk about voluntary and involuntary presence but make sure you conclude with involuntary o Deliberate about both  Talk about both sides  Question 3: o Will discuss Monday  Question 4: o


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