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Atlas of Hispanic-American History - Revised Edition

Ochoa, George and Carter Smith

ISBN 10: 0816077363 / ISBN 13: 9780816077366
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Title: Atlas of Hispanic-American History - Revised...

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Rare HARD COVER Edition. Examines the important cultural, historical, political, and social changes of Hispanic Americans through the decades. This atlas examines Spanish, Native American, and African influences as well as the different ways the varied cultures of Hispanic America evolved. Bookseller Inventory # 001170

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Synopsis: This is an updated look at a vibrant culture and its peoples."Atlas of Hispanic-American History, Second Edition" chronicles the important cultural, historical, political, and social experiences of Hispanic Americans through the years. Completely updated and revised, this comprehensive atlas examines Spanish, Native American, and African influences and how they combine in different ways to form the varied cultures of Hispanic America. Numerous full-color maps engage readers with easy-to-grasp facts, figures, and images of everyday life. The coverage includes: The Roots of a People; Spain in the Americas; Independence in the New World; Manifest Destiny and Hispanic America; A Time of Transition; The Age of World Wars; The Hispanic American Civil Rights Era; and, Hispanic America Today.

Product Description: Using a wide arrangement of visual tools, this atlas offers a detailed overview of the experiences and important events surrounding Americans of Hispanic descent. The atlas examines in great detail how Spanish, Native American, and African influences combined in different ways, through many historical twists and turns, to form the varied cultures of Hispanic America-and how that history affects Hispanic Americans today. Photographs, line graphs, charts, chronologies, box features, and maps help explore the cultural, historical, political, and social history of Hispanic Americans. Coverage also profiles key events and issues in their homelands, especially those factors that influenced their movement to the United States.

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