Spain arrives in the Americas

Explains how many Hispanic Americans think of themselves as "La Raza," which was born in the fifteenth century from the first contact between Spain and the Native people who lived in the Americas, and despite a long history of injustice and discrimination, La Raza has grown strong and it's one of to... Full description

Main Author: DePietro, Frank.
Format: eBook
Number of Copies: Unlimited
Language: English
Published: Broomall, PA : Mason Crest, 2013
Series: Hispanic Americans: major minority.
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520 |a Explains how many Hispanic Americans think of themselves as "La Raza," which was born in the fifteenth century from the first contact between Spain and the Native people who lived in the Americas, and despite a long history of injustice and discrimination, La Raza has grown strong and it's one of today's most exciting ethnic groups. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
651 0 |a America  |x Discovery and exploration  |x Spanish  |v Juvenile literature. 
651 0 |a Latin America  |x Civilization  |x Spanish influences  |v Juvenile literature. 
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651 7 |a Latin America  |x Civilization.  |2 sears 
830 0 |a Hispanic Americans: major minority. 

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