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The Mexican American Orquesta: Music, Culture, and the Dialectic of Conflict Manuel Pea Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1999 350 pp.
Msica Tejana: The Cultural Economy of Artistic
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The Texas Revolution (Lecture 2) I. General Lopez de Santa Anna Sweeps North with the Mexican Army A. Wanted to suppress latest rebellion against central Mexican authority B. Went north during winter months without proper supplies and medical attention C.
October 15, 2007 Main topic covered by Prof. Garcia 1. The main reasons for the Spaniards to establish settlements in El Norte-the northern frontier of New Spain and the area that later is conquered by the U.S., from Texas to California. 2. The cause
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The Texas Revolution
American and Tejano citizens led Texas to independence from Mexico.
WHY IT MATTERS NOW
The diverse culture of Texas has developed from the contributions of many different groups. Tejano
TERMS & NAMES
Notes January 24, 2010
The Alamo is the purported origin of Texas society, claiming its past is a principal means of establishing groups and individuals as being heirs to the present. The main role of the Hispanic is that of the executioner.
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The Territorial Expansion of the United States 1830s-1850s American Communities Texans and Tejanos Remember the Alamo! o Texans held the mission fortress known as the Alamo for 13 days against a siege by Mexican troops o Santa Anna came north to subdue re
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The Homeland, Aztln/ El Otro Mexico The American border with Mexico has always been a controversial subject. Mexico made attempts to contest their border with Texas and their rights to that land
Selena has been a legend for Mexican American singers; her success influences other Mexican Americans, since she was so famous with her Tejano music and named as The Queen of Tejano music. Her tragedy surprised the society during that time, and thousands
Westward Expansion- Imperialism and Manifest Destiny I. Texas A. The Revolution B. The Republic C. Tyler and Annexation D. Polk and Annexation Manifest Destiny A. What is it? B. Oregon Mexican War A. What and Why B. Impact Key Terms Texas James K. Po
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Conquest, political exclusivity, and the upheaval of prime racism and segregation through socialization created a society that could not function app