Mexican Chicago : race, identity, and nation, 1916-39 /
"Meticulously research and cogently argued, Mexican Chicago is an intriguing, provocative, and pathbreaking study that cuts across the fields of Latino history, labor history, immigration history, and urban studies. It is a superbly crafted and theoretically satisfying history of Mexicans in t...
|Published:||Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2008.|
|Series:||Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial series.
|Online Access:||Table of contents only |
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