Timeline 3 - MAS10B BarreraCovarrubias TIMELINE OF MEXICAN...

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MAS 10B Barrera•Covarrubias TIMELINE OF MEXICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE, HISTORY AND CULTURE PART III (1930 – 1960) 1930 Repatriation (sometimes voluntary, often illegal) of 400,000 Mexicans and Mexican Americans begins Mexican anthropologist Manuel Gamio writes his classic Mexican Immigration to the United States and The Life story of the Mexican Immigrant 1932 Singer Lydia Mendoza begins performing publicly in San Antonio 1933 The El Monte Strike, possibly the largest agricultural strike up to that point in history, led by Mexican unions in California Mexican and Mexican American workers in Texas organized one of the broadest unions in the history of Hispanic labor in the United States: La Asociación de Jornaleros , which represented everyone from hat- makers to farm workers College students form the Mexican American Movement and create a monthly newspaper, La Voz Mexicana 1934 Jorge Ainslie writes Los pochos , which sets a precedent in the structure and themes of later Chicano novels
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