GEOG 1001March 15

GEOG 1001March 15 - GEOG 1001 North America: Home Sweet...

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GEOG 1001 March 15, 2010 North America: Home Sweet Home Case Study: New Orleans Is Post-K New Orleans emerging as a Hispanic place in contrast to its Pre-K association? “overrun by Mexican workers” – Nagin “A future San Antonio” “New Orleans is just catching up to the trend that’s happening in every city around the country” 1.Colonial Hispanics (Spain) French, 1718 New Spain 1760s Treaty of Paris Control until 1803 Architecture Municipal Hall, Buenos Aires vs. Cabido, New Orleans Spanish Remnants o Very little left of French architecture after fire and Spanish built St. Louis Cemetery No. 1- marks above ground burial Canary Islanders- (Islenos) Settler militia – brought from Spain to be 2,000 St. Bernard Parish- workers settled in more rural areas around nola Toponyms o Judge Perez Drive Los Islenos Fiesta Canary Islands Descendents Association Museum 2000 census 23% of Hispanic population—of original 6.7% percent marking Hispanic
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course GEOG 1001 taught by Professor Baksi during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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GEOG 1001March 15 - GEOG 1001 North America: Home Sweet...

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