Memory, Community, and Activism Mexican Migration and Labor in the Pacific Northwest

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ISBN-13: 9780870137709
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Book details

List price: $19.95
Publisher: Michigan State University Press
Publication date: 12/15/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 335
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

- Beyond the Spanish Moment: Mexicans in the Pacific Northwest, Jerry Garcia - Northwest and the Conquest of the Americans: Chicana/o Roots of Cultural Hybridity and Presence, Ramon Sanchez - A Long Struggle: Mexican Farmworkers in idaho, 1918-1935, Errol Jones and Katheleen R. Hodges - The Racialization of Mexican and Japanese Labor in the Pascific Northwest, Jerry Garcia - Race, Labor, and Getting Out the Harvest: The Bracero Program in World War II Hood River, Johanna Ogden - Mexican American and Dust Bowl Framworkers in the Yakima Valley: A History of the Crewport Farm Labor Camp, 1940-1970, Mario Compean - El Sarape Mural of Toppenish: Unfolding the Yakima Valley's Bracro Legacy, Margaret Villanueva - Testimonio de un Tejano en Oregon: Cotratista Julian Ruiz, Carlos S. Maldonado - Mexicans and the Catholic Church in Eastern Washington: The Spokane Diocese, 1956-1997, Gilberto Garcia. - "As Close to God as One Can Get": Rosalinda Guillen, a Mexicana Farmworker Organizer in Washington State, Maria Cuevas - Past, Present, and Future Directions: Chicana/o Studies Research in the Pacific Northwest, Gilberto Garcia

Dedication
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Beyond the Spanish Moment: Mexicans in the Pacific Northwest
Northwest and the Conquest of the Americas: Chicana/o Roots of Cultural Hybridity and Presence
A Long Struggle: Mexican Farmworkers in Idaho, 1918-1935
Mexican and Japanese Labor in the Pacific Northwest, 1900-1945
Race, Labor, and Getting Out the Harvest: The Bracero Program in World War II Hood River, Oregon
Mexican American and Dust Bowl Farmworkers in the Yakima Valley: A History of the Crewport Farm Labor Camp, 1940-1970
El Sarape Mural of Toppenish: Unfolding the Yakima Valley's Bracero Legacy
Testimonio de un Tejano en Oregon: Contratista Julian Ruiz
Mexicanos and the Catholic Church in Eastern Washington: The Spokane Diocese, 1956-1997
"As Close to God as One Can Get": Rosalinda Guillen, a Mexicana Farmworker Organizer in Washington State
Conclusion: Past, Present, and Future Directions: Chicana/o Studies Research in the Pacific Northwest
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