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In a case of segregation that was unofficial but as strict as any in the American South, Aliso School in Carpinteria, California, was segregated from the 1920s until 1947. Mexican-American children were not allowed to attend classes in the town's Main School, regardless of birth right or what neighborhood they lived in. Their school history has not been fully discussed until now. The author includes numerous interviews with former Aliso students and extensive research of newspaper articles, school records and local historic archives.
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John D. McCafferty grew up in Carpinteria, earned bachelor's and master's degrees in English from the University of California at Santa Barbara, taught at San Marcos High School and Santa Barbara City College, and worked as a journalist at the Santa Barbara News-Press and the Los Angeles Times.
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Book Description McSeas Books, 2011. Condition: New. Peggy Lindt (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0971282749