Familia: Migration and Adaptation in Baja and Alta California, 1880-1975

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University of California Press, 1987 - 213 oldal
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Anthropologists, historians, and sociologists will find here a striking challenge to accepted explanations of the northward movement of migrants from Mexico into the United States. Alvarez investigates the life histories of pioneer migrants and their offspring, finding a human dimension to migration which centers on the family. Spanish, American, and English exploits paved the way for exchange between Baja and Alta California. Alvarez shows how cultural stability actually increased as migrants settled in new locations, bringing their common values and memories with them.
 

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Baja California
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Pacific West Coast of Alta and Baja California
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Mission Development
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Typical gold and silver mine in Mexico 1890
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Major Places of Origin Stopping Points and Destinations of Late Nineteenthcentury Migrants
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Migrant Routes to Calmallí
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La Frontera
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Los Hollman in San Diego c 1917
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Gulf Route of Secondstream Migrants
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Adalberto Smith and Dolores Salgado Calexico c 1918
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Los SalgadoSmith in Mexicali 1924
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Dolores Salgado de Smith with children in Lemon Grove 1926
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Firstgeneration U S Citizens at the Lemon Grove School c 1931
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Antonio Smith
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Ramona Castellanos and Ursino Alvarez San Diego c 1915
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Loreto Marquez in El Cajon c 1950
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San Diego County
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The Social Geographic and Temporal Basis
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Népszerű szakaszok

197. oldal - Guia Familiar de Baja California: 1700-1900. Vital Statistics of Lower California. Mexico DF: Editorial Baja California.
197. oldal - Contemporary Cultures and Societies in Latin America, ed. Dwight Heath and Richard Adams, pp.

A szerzőről (1987)

Robert R. Alvarez, Jr. is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Arizona State University.

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