5 edition of Hispanic presence in North America from 1492 to today found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 379-383) and index.
|Statement||Carlos M. Fernández-Shaw ; updated appendixes by Gerardo Piña Rosales ; translated by Alfonso Bertodano Stourton and others.|
|LC Classifications||E169.1 .F375 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 396 p. :|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||98050718|
The Hispanic Presence in North America: From to Today. Carlos M. Fernandez-Shaw, Gerardo Pina Rosales, Alfonso be Stourton, $ - pages Updated ed. (August ) Facts on File, Inc.; ISBN: Estevan Gomez Explores North America's East Coast Ayllón lands in S.C., settles in Georgia Narváez expedition succumbs to storms and natives Cabeza de Vaca treks across North America Cabeza de Vaca Returns to Spain, Writes 'La Relación' De Niza Searches for Golden Cities of Cibola.
Go González, Juan. Harvest of empire: a history of Latinos in America. Penguin Books, Me Meier, Matt S. Mexican American, American Mexicans: from Conquistadors to Chicanos. Hill and Wang, ** Fe Fernandez-Shaw, Carlos M. The Hispanic presence in North America from to today. Facts on File, File Size: KB. In the Hispanic population of the United States reached 40 million—or 44 million if the inhabitants of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico are included (U.S. Census Bureau, b). Only Mexico (with a population above million) is larger among Spanish-speaking countries today. The rapid growth of the Hispanic population—which had been estimated at only 4 million in —has been Cited by:
People of Spanish heritage established roots in North America centuries before the Civil War. Following the arrival of Columbus in , many explorers rushed to claim the "New World" for Spain, including the mainland of North America. As early as , Spanish settlers attempted to colonize the shores of what is now South Carolina. The Hispanic Presence in North America from to Today. Facts on File Library of American History. Facts on File Library of American History. Updated ed.
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Scanned in : Presencia española en los Estados Unidos by Carlos M. Fernández-Shaw, Carlos M. Fernández-Shaw,Facts On File edition, in English - Updated by: 2. and 90’s. Yet today, most Hispanics/Latinos still identify with their nation of origin, for example, and prefer to call themselves Mexican Americans, Cuban Americans, Puerto Ricans, etc.
The roots of the Hispanic/Latino presence in the U.S. go back to colonial times when most of the country’s southern flank was under Spanish Size: 30KB. The Hispanic Presence in North America: From to Today.
New York U.a.: Facts on File, Print. The Hispanic Presence in North America is an informative book that covers a wide range of history of the presence of Hispanics in America. The author points out several contributions made by Hispanics in America, including history and Hispanic.
The Hispanic presence in North America from to today. Translated by Alfonso Bertodano Stourton. New York: Facts on File, xxi, p. Ill., maps. LC call number: EF LC control number: Catalog Record Discusses Hispanic settlement in.
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THE HISPANIC PRESENCE IN NORTH AMERICA, UPDATED EDITION From to Today Carlos M. Fernandez-Shaw and Geraldo Pina Rosales Published: ISBN: Publisher: Facts on File Format: Hardcover Reading Level: Gr 9 and up List Price: $ Specifications: 48 black-and-white photographs and line drawings.
34 maps. Indexes. Appendixes. El Norte chronicles the sweeping and dramatic history of Hispanic North America from the arrival of the Spanish in the early 16th century to the present—from Ponce de Leon’s initial landing in Florida in to Spanish control of the vast Louisiana territory in to the Mexican-American War in and up to the more recent tragedy of Brand: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
The Hispanic Presence in North America: From to Today by Carlos M. Fernandez-Shaw, Gerardo Pina Rosales and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Spanish claims to Alaska and the west coast of North America date to the papal bull ofand the Treaty ofthis claim was reinforced by Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the first European to sight the Pacific Ocean, when he claimed all lands adjoining this ocean for the Spanish only started to colonize the claimed territory north of present-day.
North America covers an area of ab, square kilometers (9, square miles), about % of the earth's land area and about % of its total surface. North America is the third largest continent by area, following Asia and Africa, and the fourth by population after Asia, Africa, and Europe.
As the subtitle of the book says, this is a history of Hispanic North America - a largely ignored and forgotten legacy of Spanish culture in North America (most people think only of Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico but often ignore that Florida and some of the southern coast of the "original 13 colonies" were first settled by the Spanish, or don 4/5.
The Hispanic Presence in North America from to Today. Facts on File Library of American History. Updated ed. New York: Facts On File, Garcia, Cristina. Monkey Hunting. 1st ed. New York: A.A. Knopf: Distributed by Random House, Hispanic Presence in North America: from to Today.
REF EF REF EF Reference library of Hispanic America: Hispanic American almana c. REF ES75 R43 Hispanic America (Spanish: Hispanoamérica or América Hispana), also known as Spanish America (Spanish: América española), is the portion of the Americas comprising the Spanish-speaking countries of the continents of North and South America.
In all of these countries, Spanish is the main language, sometimes sharing official status with one or more indigenous languages (such as Guaraní. Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the long and important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans in North America.
The fortress of St. Augustine, Fla. was the first continuous European. I t is a complex fate to be an American, James Baldwin used to say (quoting Henry James). "America's history," Baldwin wrote, "her aspirations, her peculiar triumphs, her even more peculiar defeats, and her position in the world--yesterday and today--are all so profoundly and stubbornly unique that the very word 'America' remains a new, almost completely undefined and extremely .The Hispanic and Portuguese World ENCOUNTERS IN AMERICA In October Christopher Columbus and his crew reached the Bahamas.
From that time forward Europeans and the people living in the continents of the Western Hemisphere now known to us as the Americas, North and South, came into permanent contact.