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Week 4 Notes CSCR 12300

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Notes on Mestizos
Introduction to Culture, Race & Ethnicity Concepts
Paula Loanide
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Date Created: 09/20/16
CRCS Concepts Notes September 20, 2016 ● 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, U.S. acquires CA, WY, CO, AZ, NM, and TX.   ● Mexicans living in this territory were given the options to become a citizen or a “permanent resident”  (Mexicans were considered white because they were free)  ● The area was colonized twice colonial and American colonization after they took over the Spanish  colonization  ● Ranches and agriculture in the areas, rancheros sort of had power. ● Detribalized indigenous people, then they became cheap labor or indentured servants ● Mestizo: European and Indigenous people mixed together ● Hispanic: came from hispanola (derived from Spain), bc Christopher Columbus first arrived on Haitians  and D.R.   ● Mexicans considered white because of their freedom ● Mexican Americans become 2nd class citizens after a while  ● Manifestation: “White man’s burden”, white men moving out west to take land and their burden was their  time and energy to “civilize and prosper” indigenous people. Developed as the Westward expansion happens ● Economic expansion is occurring, but whites were thinking how do we keep their race pure and not  expand them ● Acquire or confiscate land from the Mestizos or the indigenous because the white men believe it was  their mission to do so because they can cultivate and work the land better ● Railroad development and refrigerated boxed car to move agriculture development and keep produce  fresh ● development in aggregation, explosive economic growth, power comes into play ● Immigration from Mexico increases (1880s) ● By 1883, Chinese Exclusion Act passes so there is a decline in the Chinese and Japanese immigration 


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