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by: Rowan Bradtke


Rowan Bradtke
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M. Garcia

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rowan Bradtke on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CH ST 1A at University of California Santa Barbara taught by M. Garcia in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see /class/227095/ch-st-1a-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Chicano Studies at University of California Santa Barbara.




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Date Created: 10/22/15
Chicano Studies 1A Disclaimer This is not exhaustive but is meant to guide your review Items with asterisks are our best guess about what Prof Garcia will cover this week so if it has not been addressed in lecture do not worry about it Terminology Latinization Racialization Acculturation Assimilation Chicano Mexican American Latino Tej ano Mexicano etc Hispanic Oppositional history Deportation Repatriation nativism Statistics 40 million Causes for population growth General characteristics of Latino population Geographic distribution Immigrant V native born percentages Rural V urban percentages Statistics that challenge stereotypes O gills of Chicano Experience Mesoamerica Olmecs Mayans Toltecs Aztecs 1325 Scienti ccultural achievements mestizo El Norte Mexica Montezuma II hieroglyphics Teotihuacan 300900 CE Tenochtitlan Tonantzin Quinto Sol Mixtecos Moors La Reconquista Midterm Study Guide Hernan Cortes August 13 1521 Spanish Indian policy La Malinche Do a Marina Quetzalcoatl mestizaje mestizo Our Lady of Guadalupe December 12 1531 Juan Diego Tepeyac Coronado Aztlan Conquered EraGeneration Immigrant Era Mexican American Era Chicano Era Era attitudes towards La Frontera Emma Tenayuca Pecan Sheller Strike 1938 San Antonio Great Depression Seven dimensions of Chicano history Chicano History in the Miami 20 Centu v Mexican Independence Fr Miguel Hidalgo Grito de Dolores General Santa Ana Texas Revolution of 1836 Alamo Manifest Destiny USMexico War 18461848 San Patricio Brigade Los Ni os Heroes From the Halls of Montezuma Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 Gadsden Purchase 1853 MManifest Destiny James K Polk Porforio Diaz Por riato 18771910 Push and Pull Theory of Immigration examples Mexican Revolution of 1910 Mexican Jobs Mexican Wages Mexican Barrios


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