1898 to World War II (Hispanic America) by Roger E Hernandez

By Roger E Hernandez

The Hispanic the United States sequence takes readers on a trip to a spot that was referred to as the recent global.

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Yet Tampa never recovered its old standing as a center for the manufacture of cigars. Cigar smoking became less popular, more machines replaced workers, and factories closed. Ybor City became a forgotten neighborhood until recent times, when it was reborn as a tourist attraction. Today visitors come to see what the old days in Tampa were like, when Cubans and Spaniards sometimes fought each other and sometimes helped each other, but always worked together to make cigars. THRIVING TAMPA 41 M E X IC A N I M M IGR AT ION BEGINS CHAPTER THREE I N 1846, THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR BROKE out between the United States and Mexico after the United States annexed Texas, which once had been Mexican territory.

But in New Mexico the story was very different. The colonial-era population was much larger, and its descendants still form a distinct community today. They have lived for generations in old Spanish cities such as Santa Fe or in the small villages near the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. A D I S T I N C T C U LT U R E During the first fifty or sixty years after New Mexico became part of the United States, some of its Spanishspeaking people—especially those who lived in the more isolated areas—had little contact with other Americans.

The entire Southwest was part of Spain’s overseas empire until the 1820s, when Mexico won its independence from Spain. Then the Southwest became part of Mexico. After the United States defeated Mexico in the war of 1846 to 1848, Americans claimed the territory. Language historian James 61 Opposite: A New Mexican family stands in the field they farm. Crawford wrote that some 75,000 Spanish-speaking people lived in the Southwest at the time—1,000 in Arizona, 1,500 in Colorado, 5,000 in Texas, 7,500 in California, and 60,000 in New Mexico.

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