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Latinas in the United States, set

A Historical Encyclopedia

Edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol

Publication Year: 2006

Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia records the contribution of women of Latin American birth or heritage to the economic and cultural development of the United States. The encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez-Korrol, is the first comprehensive gathering of scholarship on Latinas. This encyclopedia will serve as an essential reference for decades to come.

In more than 580 entries, the historical and cultural narratives of Latinas come to life. From mestizo settlement, pioneer life, and diasporic communities, the encyclopedia details the contributions of women as settlers, comadres, and landowners, as organizers and nuns. More than 200 scholars explore the experiences of Latinas during and after EuroAmerican colonization and conquest; the early-19th-century migration of Puerto Ricans and Cubans; 20th-century issues of migration, cultural tradition, labor, gender roles, community organization, and politics; and much more. Individual biographical entries profile women who have left their mark on the historical and cultural landscape.

With more than 300 photographs, Latinas in the United States offers a mosaic of historical experiences, detailing how Latinas have shaped their own lives, cultures, and communities through mutual assistance and collective action, while confronting the pressures of colonialism, racism, discrimination, sexism, and poverty.

"Meant for scholars and general readers, this is a great resource on Latinas and historical topics connected with them." -- curledup.com

Published by: Indiana University Press

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. i-vi

Contents

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pp. vii-xiv

Preface

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pp. xv-xviii

Acknowledgments

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pp. xix-xxii

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Introduction: A Historical and Regional Overview of Latinas in the United States

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pp. 1-28

Since 1540 and the arrival of the Coronado expedition, Spanish-speaking women have migrated north decades, even centuries, before their Euro-American counterparts ventured west. They participated in the founding of Santa Fe in 1610, San Antonio in 1718, and ...

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pp. 29-73

Abarca, Apolonia “Polly” Muñoz 29; Acosta, Lucy 30; Acosta Vice, Celia M. 31; Aging 33; Agostini del Río, Amelia 35; Alatorre, Soledad “Chole” 35; Albelo, Carmen 36; Alfau Galván de Solalinde, Jesusa 37; Allende, Isabel 38; Alonzo, Ventura 38; Altars 40; Alvarez, Aida 41; Alvarez, Cecilia Concepción 42; Alvarez, Delia 43; Alvarez, Julia 44; Alvarez, Linda 44; Alvarez v. Lemon Grove School District 45; Americanization Programs 46; Antonetty, Evelina López 48; Antonio Maceo Brigade 49; Anzaldúa, Gloria 51; Apodaca, Felicitas 52; Aprenda y Superese 54; Aragón, Jesusita 54; Arballo, María Feliciana 55; Arguello, María de la Concepción (Sister María Dominica) 56; Arías, Anna María 57; Arizona Orphan Abduction 58; Armiño, Franca de 59; Arocho, Juanita 60; Arroyo, Carmen E. 61; Arroyo, Martina 62; Artists 63; Asociación Nacional México-Americana (ANMA) 67; ASPIRA 68; ASPIRA v. New York City Board of Education 69; Avila, María Elena 69; Avila, Modesta 70; Aztlán 71

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pp. 74-102

Babín, María Teresa 74; Baca, Judith Francesca 74; Baca Barragán, Polly 75; Baez, Joan Chandos 76; Barceló, María Gertrudis (“La Tules”) 78; Barnard, Juana Josefina Cavasos 79; Barraza, Santa Contreras 80; Barrera, Plácida Peña 81; Belpré, Pura 83; Bencomo, Julieta Saucedo 84; Bernal, Martha 85; Bernasconi, Socorro Hernández 86; Betances Jaeger, Clotilde 87; Betanzos, Amalia V. 88; Bilingual Education 88; Black Legend 90; Blake, María DeCastro 91; Borrero Pierra, Juana 93; Boyar, Monica 94; Bozak, Carmen Contreras 95; Bracero Program 96; Braga, Sonia 99; Briones, María Juana 99; Burciaga, Mirna Ramos 100

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pp. 103-186

Caballero, Diana 103; Cabeza de Baca, Fabiola 104; Cabrera, Angelina “Angie” 105; Cabrera, Lydia 106; Calderón, Rose Marie 107; California Missions 108; California Sanitary Canning Company Strike 110; Callejo, Adelfa Botello 111; Callis de Fages, Eulalia Francesca y Josepha 112; Calvillo, Ana María del Carmen 113; Canales, Laura 114; Canales, Nohelia de los Angeles 115; Canino, María Josefa 116; Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union (CAWIU) 117; Cántico de la Mujer Latina 118; Capetillo, Luisa 119; Carbonell, Anna 119; Cardona, Alice 120; Carr, Vikki 121; Carrillo de Fitch, Josefa 122; Casal, Lourdes 123; Casals, Rosemary 124; Casanova de Villaverde, Emilia 125; Casita Maria, New York 126; Castillo, Ana 128; Castillo, Guadalupe 129; Castro, Rosie 130; Castro, Victoria M. “Vickie” 131; Ceja, Amelia Moran 132; Central American Immigrant Women 134; Centro de Acción Social Autónomo (CASA) 137; Centro Hispano Católico 139; Centro Mater 139; Cepeda-Leonardo, Margarita 140; Cervantes, Lorna Dee 140; Chabram, Angie González 142; Chacón, Soledad Chávez 143; “Charo” (María Rosario Pilar Martínez Molina Baeza) 144; Chávez, Denise 144; Chávez, Helen 146; Chávez, Linda 147; Chávez Ravine, Los Angeles 148; Chávez-Thompson, Linda 149; Chicana Caucus/National Women’s Political Caucus 150; Chicana Rights Project 151; Chicano Movement 151; Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) 155; Cigar Workers 156; Cinema Images, Contemporary 159; Círculo Cultural Isabel la Católica 161; Cisneros, Sandra 161; Clínica de la Beneficencia Mexicana 162; Collazo, Rosa Cortéz 163; Colón, Miriam 164; Colón, Rufa Concepción Fernández (“Concha”) 166; Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional (CFMN) 167; Communist Party 168; Communities Organized for Public Service (COPS) 169; Community Service Organization (CSO) 170; Congreso del Pueblo 172; Córdova, Lina 173; Corridos 175; Cossio y Cisneros, Evangelina 176; Cotera, Martha 177; Crawford, Mercedes Margarita Martínez 178; Cruz, Celia 179; Cuban and Puerto Rican Revolutionary Party 181; Cuban Independence Women’s Clubs 182; Cuban Women’s Club 183; Cuban-Spanish-American War 184; Cuero, Delfina 185

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pp. 187-220

Davis, Grace Montañez 187; De Acosta, Aida 188; De Acosta, Mercedes 189; De Aragón, Uva 190; De Arteaga, Genoveva 191; De Avila, Dolores C. 192; De Burgos, Julia 193; De la Cruz, Jessie López 194; De la Cruz, Sor Juana Inés 196; De la Garza, Beatríz 197; De León, Patricia de la Garza 198; Del Castillo, Adelaida Rebecca 199; Del Prado, Pura 200; Del Río, Dolores 201; Del Valle, Carmen 202; Delgado, Jane L. 203; Demography 204; Deportations during the Great Depression 209; DiMartino, Rita 211; Dimas, Beatrice Escadero 212; Domestic Violence 214; Domestic Workers 216; Dominican American National Roundtable (DANR) 217; Dueto Carmen y Laura 218; Durazo, María Elena 219

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pp. 221-244

Echaveste, María 221; Education 222; El Congreso de Pueblos de Hablan Española 226; El Monte Berry Strike 226; El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) 227; El Paso Laundry Strike 228; El Rescate 229; Entrepreneurs 229; Environment and the Border 232; Escajeda, Josefina 236; Escalona, Beatríz (“La Chata Noloesca”) 236; Escobar, Carmen Bernal 237; Espaillat, Rhina P. 238; Espinosa-Mora, Deborah 239; Esquivel, Gregoria 240; Esquivel, Yolanda Almaraz 241; Estefan, Gloria 242; Esteves, Sandra María 243

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pp. 245-273

Family 245; Farah Strike 249; Farmworkers 250; Feminism 253; Fernández, Beatrice “Gigi” 255; Fernández, Mary Joe 255; Fernández, Rosita 256; Ferré Aguayo, Sor Isolina 257; Fierro, Josefina 259; Figueroa, Belén 260; Figueroa Mercado, Loida 261; Flores, Diana 263; Flores, Francisca 264; Florez, Encarnación Villarreal Escobedo 265; Folk Healing Traditions 266; Fontañez, Jovita 270; Fornés, María Irene 270; Friendly House, Phoenix 271; Fuerza Unida 272

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pp. 274-307

Gallegos, Carmen Cornejo 274; Ganados del Valle 274; Gangs 276; García, Cristina 278; García, Eva Carrillo de 280; García, Providencia “Provi” 280; García Cortese, Aimee 282; García-Aguilera, Carolina 283; Garcíaz, María 284; Garment Industry 285; Giant 286; Gómez Carbonell, María 288; Gómez-Potter, Socorro 289; Gonzáles, Elvira Rodríguez de 290; González, Laura 290; González, Matiana 292; González Mireles, Jovita 292; Govea, Jessica 294; Grau, María Leopoldina “Pola” 295; Great Depression and Mexican American Women 297; Guerra, Fermina 300; Guerrero, Rosa 300; Guerrero, Victoria Partida 302; Guillen Herrera, Rosalinda 303; Gutiérrez, Luz Bazán 305; Guzmán, Madre María Dominga 306

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pp. 308-335

Hamlin, Rosalie Méndez 308; Hayworth, Rita 309; Head Start 310; Health: Current Issues and Trends 311; Henríquez Ureña, Camila 315; Hernández, Antonia 317; Hernández, Ester 318; Hernández, María Latigo 319; Hernández, Olivia 320; Hernández, Victoria 322; Herrada, Elena 323; Herrera, Carolina 324; Herrera, María Cristina 325; Hijas de Cuauhtémoc 326; Hinojosa, Tish 327; Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program (HMDP) 328; Houchen Settlement, El Paso 329; Huerta, Cecilia Olivarez 331; Huerta, Dolores 332; Hull-House, Chicago 333

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pp. 336-350

Idar Juárez, Jovita 336; Immigration of Latinas to the United States 337; Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) 341; Intermarriage, Contemporary 342; Intermarriage, Historical 344; International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union (ILGWU) 348

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pp. 351-358

Jaramillo, Cleofas Martínez 351; Jiménez, María de los Angeles 352; Journalism and Print Media 353; Jurado, Katy 358

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pp. 359-361

Kimbell, Sylvia Rodríguez 359; Kissinger, Beatrice Amado 360

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pp. 362-414

La Llorona 362; “La Lupe” (Guadalupe Victoria Yoli Raymond) 363; La Malinche (Malinalli Tenepal) 364; La Mujer Obrera 366; La Raza Unida Party 367; Labor Unions 368; Lares, Michelle Yvette “Shelly” 372; Las Hermanas 373; Latina U.S. Treasurers 374; Latinas in the U.S. Congress 375; League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 378; Lebrón, Dolores “Lolita” 380; Ledesma, Josephine 381; Lee Tapia, Consuelo 382; Legal Issues 383; León, Ruth Esther Soto (“La Hermana León”) 384; León, Tania 385; Lesbians 386; “Letter from Chapultepec” 388; Liberation Theology 389; Líderes Campesinas 390; Literature 392; Lobo, Rebecca Rose 396; Lomas Garza, Carmen 397; Lone Star 397; López, Lillian 401; López, María I. 402; López, Nancy Marie 403; López, Rosie 403; López, Yolanda 404; López Córdova, Gloria 406; Lorenzana, Apolinaria 407; Los Angeles Garment Workers’ Strike 408; Lozano, Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo 410; Lozano, Emma 411; Lozano, Mónica Cecilia 412; Lucas, María Elena 413

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pp. 415-509

Machuca, Ester 415; Madrid, Patricia A. 415; Madrigal v. Quilligan 416; Maldonado, Amelia Margarita 419; Maquiladoras 420; Mariachi 421; Mariachi Estrella de Topeka 422; Marianismo and Machismo 423; Marshall, Guadalupe 424; Martí de Cid, Dolores 425; Martínez, Agueda Salazar 426; Martínez, Anita N. 426; Martínez, Demetria 428; Martínez, Elizabeth Sutherland “Betita” 429; Martínez, Frances Aldama 430; Martínez, Vilma S. 431; Martínez Santaella, Inocencia 433; McBride, Teresa N. 433; Mederos y Cabañas de González, Elena Inés 434; Media Stereotypes 436; Medicine 438; Medina, Esther 440; Meléndez, Concha 441; Meléndez, Sara 442; Méndez, Consuelo Herrera 443; Méndez, Olga A. 444; Méndez v. Westminster 445; Mendieta, Ana 447; Mendoza, Lydia 448; Mendoza, María Estella Altamirano 448; Mendoza v. Tucson School District No. 1 450; Mercado, Victoria “Vicky” 451; Mesa-Bains, Amalia 452; Mestizaje 453; Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) 457; Mexican American Women’s National Association (MANA) 458; Mexican Mothers’ Club, University of Chicago Settlement House 459; Mexican Revolution 460; Mexican Revolution, Border Women in 464; Mexican Schools 466; Migration and Labor 468; Military Service 473; Miller, Esther 475; Mining Communities 476; Miranda, Carmen 478; Mistral, Gabriela (Lucila Godoy Alcayaga) 479; Mohr, Nicholasa 480; Mojica-Hammer, Ruth 481; Molina, Gloria 482; Montemayor, Alice Dickerson 483; Montes-Donnelly, Elba Iris 484; Montez, María (María Africa Gracia Vidal) 485; Mora, Magdalena 487; Mora, Patricia “Pat” 488; Moraga, Cherríe 488; Moraga, Gloria Flores 489; Morales, Iris 491; Morales-Horowitz, Nilda M. 492; Moreno, Luisa 492; Moreno, Rita (Rosa Dolores Alverio) 494; Morillo, Irma 496; Mothers of East Los Angeles (MELA) 497; Movie Stars 497; Mugarrieta, Elvira Virginia (Babe Bean; Jack Bee Garland) 502; Mujeres in Action, Sunset Park, Brooklyn 503; Mujeres Latinas en Acción (MLEA) 505; Mujeres por la Raza 506; Mujerista Theology 507; Munguía, Carolina Malpica de 508; Muñoz, María del Carmen 509

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pp. 510-532

National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) 510; National Association of Puerto Rican/Hispanic Social Workers (NAPRHSW) 511; National Chicana Conference 512; National Conference of Puerto Rican Women (NACOPRW) 513; National Council of La Raza (NCLR) 514; National Hispanic Feminist Conference 515; National Puerto Rican Forum 516; Naturalization 517; Navarro, M. Susana 519; Nerio, Trinidad 520; New Economics for Women (NEW) 521; New York City Mission Society (NYCMS) 522; Nieto, Sonia 523; Nieto Gómez, Anna 524; Norte, Marisela 525; Novello, Antonia Coello 526; Nuestra Señora de la Divina Providencia 528; Núñez, Ana Rosa 529; Nuns, Colonial 530; Nuns, Contemporary 531

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pp. 533-551

Obejas, Achy 533; Ochoa, Ellen 534; O’Donnell, Sylvia Colorado 535; Olivares, Olga Ballesteros 535; Olivarez, Graciela 537; Olivera, Mercedes 538; Ontiveros, Manuela 540; Operation Pedro Pan 541; Orozco, Aurora Estrada 543; Ortega, Carlota Ayala 544; Ortiz Cofer, Judith 545; Ortiz y Pino de Kleven, María Concepción “Concha” 546; O’Shea, María Elena 547; Otero-Smart, Ingrid 548; Otero-Warren, Adelina 549

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pp. 552-595

Pachucas 552; Palacio-Grottola, Sonia 555; Pantoja, Antonia 557; Parsons, Lucia González 558; Patiño Río, Dolores 559; Pauwels Pfeiffer, Linda Lorena 561; Payán, Ilka Tanya 562; Pedroso, Paulina 563; Peña de Bordas, (Ana) Virginia de 563; Peñaranda, Ana Marcial 564; Pentecostal Church 565; Perales, Nina 569; Pérez, Eulalia 570; Pérez, Graciela 571; Pérez v. Sharp 573; Phelps Dodge Strike 573; Phillips, Carmen Romero 574; Pilsen Neighbors Community Council 575; Pinedo, Encarnación 576; Politics, Electoral 577; Politics, Party 579; Popular Religiosity 581; Prida, Dolores 582; Propositions 187 and 209 583; Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs (PRACA) 584; Puerto Rican Radical Politics in New York 585; Puerto Rican Women Political Prisoners 587; Puerto Ricans in Hawaii 591

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pp. 596-602

Quesada, Alicia Otilia 596; Quesada, Dora Ocampo 597; Quinceañera 598; Quintanilla Pérez, Selena 600; Quintero, Luisa 601

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pp. 603-651

Race and Color Consciousness 603; Ramírez, Emilia Schunior 607; Ramírez, Sara Estela 608; Ramírez, Tina 609; Ramírez de Arellano, Diana 609; Rangel, Irma 611; Rape 611; Reid, Marita 613; Reid, Victoria Comicrabit 614; Religion 615; Reyes, Guadalupe 622; Rico, Angelina Moreno 623; Rincón de Gautier, Felisa 624; Rivera, Aurelia “Yeya” 625; Rivera, Chita 626; Rivera, Graciela 627; Rivera, Roxana 629; Rivera Martínez, Domitila 630; Robles Díaz, Inés 631; Rodríguez, Hermelinda Morales 632; Rodríguez, “Isabel” Hernández 633; Rodríguez, Josefa “Chepita” 634; Rodríguez, Patricia 634; Rodríguez, Sofía 636; Rodríguez Cabral, María Cristina 637; Rodríguez de Tió, Lola 637; Rodríguez McLean, Verneda 639; Rodríguez Remeneski, Shirley 640; Rodríguez-Trias, Helen 641; Romero Cash, Marie 643; Rosado Rousseau, Leoncia (“Mamá Léo”) 644; Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana 645; Roybal-Allard, Lucille 646; Ruiz, Bernarda 647; Ruiz, Irene Hernández 649; Ruiz de Burton, María Amparo 650

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pp. 652-731

Sada, María G. “Chata” 652; Salsa 652; Salt of the Earth 656; San Antonio, Ana Gloria 657; San Antonio Pecan Shellers’ Strike 658; San Joaquin Valley Cotton Strike 659; San Juan, Olga 662; Sánchez, Loretta 662; Sánchez, María Clemencia 663; Sánchez, María E. 664; Sánchez Cruz, Rebecca 666; Sánchez Garfunkel, Aura Luz 667; Santería 669; Santiago, Petra 670; Saralegui, Cristina 672; Saucedo, María del Jesús 673; Schechter, Esperanza Acosta Mendoza “Hope” 674; Scientists 675; Sena, Elvira 679; Sepúlveda, Emma 680; Sexuality 681; Silva, Chelo 682; Silva de Cintrón, Josefina “Pepiña” 682; “Sister Carmelita” (Carmela Zapata Bonilla Marrero) 683; Slavery 684; Sloss-Vento, Adela 686; Smeltertown, El Paso 687; Smith, Plácida Elvira García 689; Soldaderas 690; Solis, Hilda L. 691; Sosa-Riddell, Adaljiza 692; Soto Feliciano, Carmen Lillian “Lily” 694; Souchet, Clementina 695; Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) 696; Spanish Borderlands 697; Colonial Law 700; Comadrazgo 703; Early Settlement Life in the Borderlands 704; Encomienda 708; Women in California 709; Women in New Mexico 710; Women in St. Augustine 714; Women in Texas 716; Women’s Wills 719; Spiritism 720; Spiritism in New York City 721; Sterilization 723; Street Vending 725; Student Movements 727; Substitute Auxiliary Teachers (SATs) 728; Swilling, Trinidad Escalante 730

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pp. 732-768

Tabaqueros’ Unions 732; Talamante, Olga 733; Tarango, Yolanda 734; Telenovelas 735; Television 736; Tempe Normal School 740; Ten Years’ War 742; Tenayuca, Emma 743; Tex-Son Strike 745; Theater 746; Padua Hills Theater 748; Playwrights 748; Puerto Rican Traveling Theater (PRTT) 751; Teatro Campesino 752; Villalongín Dramatic Company 753; Toraño-Pantín, María Elena 754; Torres, Alva 756; Torres, Ida Inés 757; Torres, Lourdes 758; Torres, Patsy (Patricia Donita) 759; Tovar, Lupita 760; Toypurina 761; Trambley, Estela Portillo 762; Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 762; Treaty of Paris 766; Treviño-Sauceda, Mily 766; Tufiño, Nitza 767

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pp. 769-781

Ulibarrí Sánchez, Louise 769; United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA/FTA) 770; United Farm Workers of America (UFW) 772; Women in the United Farm Workers (UFW) 773; U.S.-Mexican War 776; Urquides, María Luisa Legarra 779; Urrea, Teresa 780

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pp. 782-804

Valdez, Patssi 782; Vallejo, Epifania de Guadalupe 783; Vallejo de Leese, María Paula Rosalía 784; Vanguardia Puertorriqueña 785; Varela, Beatriz 786; Varela, María 787; Vásquez, Anna 788; Vásquez, Enriqueta Longeaux y 789; Velázquez, Loreta Janeta 790; Velázquez, Nydia M. 791; Vélez, Lupe 793; Vélez de Vando, Emelí 793; Vélez-Mitchell, Anita 795; Vicioso Sánchez, Sherezada “Chiqui” 797; Vidal, Irma 798; Vidaurri, Rita 799; Villarreal, Andrea and Teresa 800; Viramontes, Helena María 800; Virgen de Guadalupe 801; Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre 803; Voting Rights Act 804

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pp. 805-814

Watsonville Strike 805; Welch, Raquel 806; West Side Story 807; Wilcox, Mary Rose Garrido 808; Wolf, Esther Valladolid 809; World War II 810

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pp. 815-817

Ybarra, Eva 815; Young Lords 815

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pp. 818-822

Zamora, Bernice B. Ortiz 818; Zárate, Rosa Marta 819; Zúñiga, Alejandra Rojas 820

List of Biographical Entries

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pp. 823-828

List of Organizations

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pp. 829-830

Selected Readings in Latina History

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pp. 831-834

Notes on Contributors

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pp. 835-850

Index

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pp. 851-886


E-ISBN-13: 9780253111692
E-ISBN-10: 0253111692
Print-ISBN-13: 9780253346803

Page Count: 944
Illustrations: 335 b&w photos, 1 bibliog., 3 index
Publication Year: 2006