The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 103, July 1999 - April, 2000 Page: 174
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Batos, Bolillos, Pochos,
Class and Culture on the
South Texas Border
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findings of sociological surveys, to describe
the lives of migrant farm workers, colonia
residents, undocumented domestic
servants, maquila workers, and Mexican
street children. Likewise, it explores race
and ethnic relations among Mexican
Americans, permanent Anglo residents,
"Winter Texans," Blacks, and Mexican
immigrants. This firsthand material vividly
reveals how social class, race, and ethnicity
have interacted to form a unique border
314 pp., b&w illus.
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Violence, Justice, and Mobilization among
Mxico Lindo Immigrants, 1900-1936
This book examines the response of
Mexican immigrants to Anglo American
prejudice and violence early in the
twentieth century. Drawing on archival
sources from both sides of the border,
Rosales traces the rise of "Mdxico Lindo"
nationalism and the efforts of Mexican
consuls to help poor Mexican immigrants
defend themselves against abuses and
flagrant civil rights violations by Anglo
citizens, police, and the U.S. judicial
system. This research illuminates a dark era
in which civilian and police brutality,
prejudice in the courtroom, and dispropor-
tionate arrest, conviction, and capital
punishment rates too often characterized
justice for Mexican Americans.
304 pp., b&w photos
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Kiowa, Apache, and
Comanche Military Societies
Enduring Veterans, 1800 to the Present
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Military societies have played an important
role in maintaining Plains Indian culture
from the pre-reservation era until today.
This book presents an in-depth
ethnohistorical survey of Kiowa, Apache,
and Comanche societies, drawn from
extensive interviews with tribal elders and
military society members, unpublished
archival sources, aid linlguistic data.
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 103, July 1999 - April, 2000, periodical, 2000; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101220/m1/174/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.