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4 edition of Student almanac of Hispanic American history. found in the catalog.

Student almanac of Hispanic American history.

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hispanic Americans -- History -- Miscellanea -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Hispanic Americans -- History -- Sources -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Almanacs, American -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Hispanic Americans -- History -- Miscellanea.,
  • Hispanic Americans -- History -- Sources.

  • About the Edition

    Uses primary source documents, maps, charts, and statistics to trace the history and contributions of Hispanic Americans from their first travels across the Atlantic to the present day.

    Edition Notes

    GenreMiscellanea, Juvenile literature., Sources, Miscellanea., Sources.
    ContributionsMedia Projects Incorporated.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE184.S75 S78 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3684119M
    ISBN 100313326053, 0313326061, 031332607X
    LC Control Number2003044824

      For the early elementary grades, lists of suggested books contain some written by African-American authors about black characters, but few by Latino writers or featuring Hispanic . The Almanac of American History () (revised edition ) is a reference work on American history in chronology format. Its general editor is Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., and the executive editor is John S. Bowman.. Schlesinger wrote the introduction; in the current edition the introduction to each of the six sections is written by a different noted scholar.

    Get this from a library! The Hispanic American almanac: a reference work on Hispanics in the United States. [Sonia Benson;] -- Examines the history, immigration, family life, education, religion, jobs, literature, art, sports, and demographics of Hispanic Americans. Hispanic communities face educational issues similar to other minority groups, including the need for adequate funding for schools serving minority and disadvantaged students, as well as other issues with a special impact on the community: Student achievement gaps need to be aggressively addressed. For example, the percentage of Hispanics age.

      Latino Americans: Years of History Final Report: Latino Americans: Years of History, produced by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and ALA, was a nationwide public programming initiative that supported the exploration of the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos. More than grantees around the country. Proper nonfiction history books, not historical fiction, about any period, event, area or topic you like. Just well-written, well-researched, informative and interesting books for historians, history students and history enthusiasts. I didn't mean this to be a list of pop history, but I think it's too late now, so you might as well go ahead.


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