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The gift of the Great Spirit
Greenfield Center, N.Y. : Good Mind Records, ©1988
The story of the monster bear: Introduction (1:38) ; The time for telling stories (2:30) ; In the longhouse (1:00) ; The story of the monster bear (12:02) ; Six Nations singers (0:40) ; The fierce beast (7:35) ; In the longhouse (1:00) -- The gift of the Great Spirit: Introduction (2:00) ; The hermit thrush (9:20) ; The gift of the Great Spirit (8:26) ; Six Nations singers (1:00) ; Record belts (2:04) ; Disciplining children (2:00).
Jones Media Phono tape E99.I7 T4 1988
Theodore Roosevelt ; an intimate biography
Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859-1923
Boston ; Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919
Baker Berry Res Lock Ferg E757 .T37
Presidential addresses and state papers of William Howard Taft, from March 4, 1909, to March 4, 1910
Taft, William H. 1857-1930
New York : Doubleday, Page & company, 1910-
Baker Berry E761 .T12 1910
The Civil War : a newspaper perspective : [the New York herald, the Charleston mercury, Richmond enquirer]
Malvern, PA : Accessible Archives, ©1994
Contains the full text of over 11,000 articles (including over 700 graphic images of battlefield maps and illustrations) gleaned from over 2500 issues of newspapers published between Nov. 1, 1860 and Apr. 30, 1865.
Jones Media CD-ROM E468 .C59 1994
African-American newspapers : the 19th century
Accessible Archives, Inc
Malvern, Pa. : Accessible Archives, ©1997-
Jones Media CD-ROM E185.5 .A245
1990 census of population and housing. Subject summary tape file (SSTF) 3. Persons of Hispanic origin in the United States
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Data User Services Division, 1994
Contains sample data for Hispanic Americans from the 1990 census weighted to represent the total population. Also contains 100-percent counts and unweighted sample counts for total persons and total housing units.
Jones Media CD-ROM E185.S75 C46 1994
The Library of Congress presents historic presidential speeches, 1908-1993
Los Angeles : Rhino Records, ℗1995
Volume 1. What constitutes an unlawful trust ; Democratic policy prevents restoration of prosperity / William Howard Taft -- The "Abyssinian treatment" of Standard Oil (1912) ; Why the trusts and bosses oppose the Progressive Party (1912) / Theodore Roosevelt -- The third party ; To the farmers / Woodrow Wilson -- Americanism ; Liberty under the law ; Nationalism and Americanism / Warren G. Harding -- Inaugural address (excerpts) / Calvin Coolidge -- Radio address to the nation on unemployment relief / Herbert Hoover -- volume 2. The first "Fireside chat" : an intimate talk with the people of the United States on banking ; We have only just begun to fight : campaign address / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- Address upon accepting the Democratic nomination for president / Harry S. Truman --.
This set of speeches features the actual voices of seventeen American presidents from 1908-1993. They were selected by the staff of the Library of Congress, surviving first ladies, and the living presidents and their staffs.
Jones Media Center Rhino Word Beat R2 71970
Remembering slavery : African Americans talk about their personal experiences of slavery and emancipation
published ... in conjunction with The Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Institution
New York : New Press, 1998
Live recordings and dramatic readings of interviews with former slaves. The original recordings were made by interviewers from the Federal Writers' Project in the early 1930s and placed in the Library of Congress. They have now been re-mastered and made available to the American public.
Baker Berry E443 .R46 1998
Pre-Columbian contact with the Americas across the oceans : an annotated bibliography
Sorenson, John L
Provo, Utah : F.A.R.M.S., [1996?]
Jones Media CD-ROM E103 .S672 1996
Cheyenne Dog Soldiers : [a courageous warrior history]
Denver, CO : Colorado Historical Society, 
Discover one of the most tumultuous times in American history through ledger art, Indian and cavalry artifacts, documents, artwork, interviews, and video clips.
Jones Media CD-ROM E99.C53 C49 1998
American military leaders
Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, ©1998
Includes biographies of more than 400 men and women who have played significant roles in American military history.
Jones Media CD-ROM E181 .A442 1998
Army official records
Wilmington, NC : Broadfoot Pub. Co., ©1995
Identical to the book version (128 volumes, 131,000 p., with maps, tables, illustrations and general index) with enhanced searching capabilities: hyperlinks/hypertext, table of contents, keyword, field, proximity, text and images, relevance ranking.
Jones Media CD-ROM E464 .W37 1995
The fireside chats of FDR
Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1882-1945
[Westport, Conn.] : Mass Communications ; 1973
Cassette 1. Side A. Nov. 1973: Introduction / Peter Roberts (4:04) ; 12 March 1933 (12:46) ; Side B. 7 May 1933 (23:36) -- Cassette 2. Side A. 30 Sept. 1934 (26:05) ; Side B. 28 April 1935 (26:17) -- Cassette 3. Side A. 6 Sept. 1936 (26:10) ; Side B. 9 March 1937 (begin) (16:26) -- Cassette 4. Side A. 9 March 1937 (conclude) (17:41) ; Side B. 12 Oct. 1937 (26:29) -- Cassette 5. Side A. 14 Nov. 1937 (12:37) ; 14 April 1938 (begin) (11:53) ; Side B. 14 April 1938 (conclude) (24:40) -- Cassette 6. Side A. 24 June 1938 (26:27) ; Side B. 3 Sept. 1939 (11:01) ; 26 May 1940 (begin) (12:13) -- Cassette 7. Side A. 26 May 1940 (conclude) (18:14) ; Side B. 29 Dec. 1940 (begin) (18:43) -- Cassette 8. Side A. 29 Dec. 1940 (conclude) (18:45) ; Side B. 27 May 1941 (begin) (17:29) -- Cassette 9. Side A. 27 May 1941 (conclude) (24:25) ; Side B. 11 Sept. 1941 (27:54) -- Cassette 10. Side A. 9 Dec. 1941 (27:18) ; Side B. 23 Feb. 1942 (begin) (20:41) -- Cassette 11. Side A. 23 Feb. 1942 (conclude) (14:56) ; 28 April 1942 (begin) (12:13) -- Side B. 28 April 1942 (conclude) (19:54) -- Cassette 12. Side A. 7 Sept. 1942 (26:37) ; Side B. 12 Oct. 1942 (29:16) -- Cassette 13. Side A. 2 May 1943 (20:43) ; Side B. 28 July 1943 (28:45) -- Cassette 14. Side A. 8 Sept. 1943 (12:17) ; Side B. 24 Dec. 1943 (27:02) -- Cassette 15. Side A. 11 Jan. 1944 (begin) (13:50) ; Side B. 11 Jan. 1944 (conclude) (16:10) -- Cassette 16. Side A. 5 June 1944 (14:45) ; 12 June 1944 (12:12) ; Side B. 6 Jan. 1945 (24:15).
Contains 28 of the 31 radio addresses that were delivered. Missing: July 24, 1933, Oct. 22, 1933, and June 28, 1934.
Jones Media Phono tape E806 .R6x 1973
The emerging American voter : an examination of the increase in the Black vote in November 1998
Gaither, Avalaura L
Washington, DC : Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, 2001
Baker Reserve Micro fiche E185.615 .G34
For seven generations : an information legacy of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples = Pour sept générations : legs documentaire de la Commission royale sur les peuples autochtones
Ottawa, Ont. : Libraxus Inc., ©1997
Presents the final report of the Royal Commission as well as thousands of pages of testimony, research reports, analysis and synthesis, information-finding adis and educational guides on Canada's aboriginal peoples.
Jones Media CD-ROM E78.C2 F68 1997
Debating slavery : economy and society in the antebellum American South
Smith, Mark M. 1968-
New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998
Baker Berry E441 .S657 1998
Iowa City, Iowa : State Historical Society of Iowa, ©2004
Site map -- Anthology -- Artifacts -- Audio -- Census -- Culture -- Documents -- Education -- Housing -- Language -- Maps -- Movies -- Photographs -- Timeline -- Bibliography -- Lessons -- Credits.
A collaborative project between the State Historical Society of Iowa and the Meskwaki Nation, the CD contains a history of the Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Iowa.
Jones Media CD-ROM E99.F7 B46 2004
Ghetto life 101 ; Remorse
New York, N.Y. : Sound Portraits Productions, ℗1997
Ghetto life 101 introduction (0:46) -- Ghetto life 101 (30:12) -- Remorse : the 14 stories of Eric Morse introduction (0:58) -- Remorse : the 14 stories of Eric Morse (39:18).
Jones Media Compact Disc E185.93.I2 J66 1997
A voice ringing o'er the gale! : the oratory of Frederick Douglass
Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895
Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, ℗2009
What to the slave is the Fourth of July (24:47) -- What to the slave is the Fourth of July (17:06) -- If there is no struggle, there is no progress (12:42) -- A plea for freedom of speech (8:01) -- Why I became a women's rights man (3:21).
Jones Media Compact Disc E449.D732 V65 2009
No Two Horns : a gallery of art and exploits
[Bismarck, N.D.] : State Historical Society of North Dakota, ©2003
Biography -- Oral traditions -- Pictograph art gallery -- Artifact collections.
" ... combines the warrior art of No Two Horns with Hunkpapa Dakota oral traditions to illustrate the experiences of a Dakota warrior during an era of dramatic change, from before the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876 to the eve of World War II."
Jones Media CD-ROM E99.D1 N6 2003
Shtutda̕ ina da̕ a shul qudel = My forefathers are still walking with me : verbal essays on Qizhjeh and Tsaynen Dena̕ ina traditions
[Washington, D.C.] : [U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service], [2010?]
Baker Berry US Gov Docs E99.T185 B35 2010
Honeymoon in Tehran : two years of love and danger in Iran
Moaveni, Azadeh, 1976-
[Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, 2009
A safeway in Arizona : what the Gabrielle Giffords shooting tells us about the Grand Canyon state and life in America
[Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., ℗2011
What I saw at the Revolution : a political life in the Reagan era
Noonan, Peggy, 1950-
[Beverly Hills, Calif.] : Phoenix Audio, 2009
Part political memoir, part autobiography, this conversational, effusive, anecdotal reminiscence offers a reverential portrait of ex-president Reagan. Discusses White House in-fighting, the 1984 presidential campaign, key speeches she wrote or helped with, her clas with Don Regan and the drive to win public support for the contras.
Waiting for snow in Havana : confessions of a Cuban boy
Eire, Carlos M. N
[Old Saybrook, Conn.] : Tantor Media, ℗2011
Carlos Eire's National Book Award-winning memoir of his childhood in 1950s Havana and the overnight upheaval of his world in January 1959, when the Batista government was toppled.
American creation : triumphs and tragedies at the founding of the Republic
Ellis, Joseph J
New York : Random House Audio, ℗2007
An examination of the early years of the American Republic analyzes the eventful last quarter of the eighteenth century, the accomplishments of the American founders, and the triumphs and failures that shaped the early nation and the American character.
Jones Media Compact Disc E302.1 .E442 2007
Between the world and me
Coates, Ta-Nehisi, author,
[United States] : Findaway World : 
In a profound work that pivots from the biggest questions about American history and ideals to the most intimate concerns of a father for his son, Ta-Nehisi Coates offers a powerful new framework for understanding our nation's history and current crisis. Americans have built an empire on the idea of "race," a falsehood that damages us all but falls most heavily on the bodies of black women and men-bodies exploited through slavery and segregation, and, today, threatened, locked up, and murdered out of all proportion. What is it like to inhabit a black body and find a way to live within it? And how can we all honestly reckon with this fraught history and free ourselves from its burden? Between the World and Me is Ta-Nehisi Coates's attempt to answer these questions in a letter to his adolescent son. Coates shares with his son-and readers-the story of his awakening to the truth about his place in the world through a series of revelatory experiences, from Howard University to Civil War battlefields, from the South Side of Chicago to Paris, from his childhood home to the living rooms of mothers whose children's lives were taken as American plunder. Beautifully woven from personal narrative, reimagined history, and fresh, emotionally charged reportage, Between the World and Me clearly illuminates the past, bracingly confronts our present, and offers a transcendent vision for a way forward.
Voix indiennes, voix américaines : les deux visions de la conquête du Nouveau Monde
Delanoë, Nelcya, 1941-
Paris : Albin Michel, ©2003
Baker Berry E77 .D3485 2003
Race and ethnicity in America
Iceland, John, 1970- author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Conversations about race -- Race and ethnicity and causes of inequality -- Black-white inequality -- Hispanics and Asians -- American Indians -- The multiracial population -- International comparisons and policy debates -- Conclusion : American color lines.
"This book examines patterns and trends in racial inequality over the past several decades. Iceland finds that color lines have softened over time, as there has been some narrowing of differences across many indicators for most groups over the past sixty years. Asian Americans in particular have reached socioeconomic parity with white Americans. Nevertheless, deep-seated inequalities in income, poverty, unemployment, and health remain, especially among blacks, and, to a lesser extent, Hispanics. The causes for disadvantage for the groups vary, ranging from a legacy of racism, current discrimination, human capital deficits, the unfolding process of immigrant incorporation, and cultural responses to disadvantage."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E184.A1 I124 2017
Reconstruction : a concise history
Guelzo, Allen C., author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
"This concise history delves into the constitutional, political, and social issues behind Reconstruction to provide a lucid and original account of a historical moment that left an indelible mark on American social fabric. [The author] depicts Reconstruction as a "bourgeois revolution"--As the attempted extension of the free-labor ideology embodied by Lincoln and the Republican Party to what was perceived as a Southern region gone awry from the Founders' intention in the pursuit of Romantic aristocracy"--
Baker Berry E668 .G89 2018
In the shadow of the bomb : the legacy of the Cold War in Dr. Strangelove, End Zone, Crash and The wire
Heffernan, Niall, 1977- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Introduction: The Cold War, a forge for capitalist technocracy -- Dr. Strangelove: the secular apocalypse and its technical imperative -- End zone and Crash -- The wire and game theory: "all in the game" -- Conclusion: Imagination is irrationality.
"The Cold War, with its promise of imminent, purposeless doom, profoundly shaped the postmodern world in ways not yet fully appreciated. This study examines the Cold War zeitgeist and its aftermath as represented in fiction, film and television"--
Baker Berry E169.12 .H434 2018
To the promised land : Martin Luther King and the fight for economic justice
Honey, Michael K., author
New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, 
Introduction : promised land -- "We the disinherited of this land" : kinship with the poor, 1929-1956 -- "We have a powerful instrument" : civil rights unionism and the Cold War, 1957-1963 -- "Northern ghettos are the prisons of forgotten men" : labor and civil rights at the crossroads, 1964-1966 -- "In God's economy" : organizing the Poor People's Campaign, 1967-1968 -- "All labor has dignity" : uprising of the working poor, 1968 -- "Dangerous unselfishness."
"Fifty years ago, a single bullet robbed us of one of the world's most eloquent voices for human rights and justice. [This book] goes beyond the iconic view of Martin Luther King Jr. as an advocate of racial harmony, to explore his profound commitment to the poor and working class and his call for "nonviolent resistance" to all forms of oppression--including the economic injustice that "takes necessities from the masses to give luxuries to the classes." Phase one of King's agenda led to the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts. But King also questioned what good it does a man to "eat at an integrated lunch counter if he doesn't earn enough money to buy a hamburger and a cup of coffee?" In phase two of his activism, King organized poor people and demonstrated for union rights, while also seeking a "moral revolution" to replace the self-seeking individualism of the rich along with an overriding concern for the common good. "Either we go up together or we go down together," King cautioned, a message just as urgent in America today as then. To the Promised Land challenges us to think about what it would mean to truly fulfill King's legacy and move toward his vision of "the Promised Land" in our own time."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry E185.97.K5 H59 2018
American Indian medicine ways : spiritual power, prophets, and healing
edited by Clifford E. Trafzer
Tucson, Arizona : The University of Arizona Press, 2017
Spirits, landscape, and power: ways of Quechan, Navajo, and Apache / Clifford E. Trafzer and Benjamin Jenkins -- Main Poc: Potawatomi Wabeno / R. David Edmunds -- Kenekuk, the Kickapoo prophet / Joseph B. Herring -- Masking and effigy in the northeastern woodlands / Troy R. Johnson -- Spiritual traditions of the Great Plains / Troy R. Johnson -- Smohalla, Washani, and seven drums: religious traditions of the northwest plateau / Clifford E. Trafzer and Richard D. Scheuerman -- Tolowa Indian shakers: the role of prophecy at Smith River, California / Al Logan Slagle -- "The father tells me so!": Wovoka, the Ghost Dance Prophet / L. G. Moses -- California Indian women, wisdom, and preservation / Michelle Lorimer and Clifford E. Trafzer -- Coosewoon: visions, medicine, and sweat lodge / Clifford E. Trafzer.
The book highlights American Indian spiritual leaders, miracle healings, and ceremonies that have influenced American history and shows their continued significance--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E98.R3 A44 2017
Ideas and American foreign policy : a reader
Bacevich, Andrew J., editor
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Founding tradition -- Young Republic -- Toward empire -- Rising power -- Fateful embrace -- Interwar -- The summons -- Crusade -- Challenging the consensus -- Grappling with total war -- The passing of the Cold War -- Impact of 9/11 -- Dissent after 9/11 -- Chastened superpower.
"This book offers a collection of documents that illuminate the ideas that have shaped American foreign policy and also the ideas that critics have drawn upon in assessing those policies, with commentary by the editor."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E183.7 .B2845 2018
Freedom's racial frontier : African Americans in the twentieth-century West
edited by Herbert G. Ruffin II and Dwayne A. Mack ; foreword by Quintard Taylor
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Baker Berry E185.925 .F74 2018
The present state of His Majesties isles and territories in America : viz. Jamaica, Barbadoes, S. Christophers, Mevis, Antego, S. Vincent, Dominica, New-Jersey, Pensilvania, Monserat, Anguilla, Bermudas, Carolina, Virginia, New-England, Tobago, New-found-land, Mary-land, New-York : with new maps of every place : together with astronomical tables, which will serve as a constant diary or calendar, for the use of the English inhabitants in those islands; from the year 1686, to 1700 : also a table by which, at any time of the day or night here in England, you may know what hour it is in any of those parts ...
Blome, Richard, -1705
London : Printed by H. Clark, for Dorman Newman, 1687
Rauner Rare Book E162 .B65 1687
Backlash : what happens when we talk honestly about racism in America
Yancy, George, author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Introduction: Talking About Racism: When Honesty Feels Like Too Much to Bear -- Dear White America -- Dear Nigger Professor -- Risking the White Self -- Accepting the Gift.
"When George Yancy penned a New York Times article entitled "Dear White America," he knew that he was courting controversy. Here, Yancy chronicles the ensuing blowback as he seeks to understand what it was that created so much rage among so many white readers. He challenges white Americans to develop a new empathy for the African American experience."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E185.61 .Y36 2018
I am Inuit
Adams, Brian, 1985- photographer
Salenstein : Benteli, 2018
Inuit indigenous ethnic groups inhabit an area stretching from North-East Siberia across the Bering Strait to Alaska up to Northern Canada all the way to Greenland. Climate change is already causing significant transformations having all kinds of impacts. For around four million people, the Arctic region is neither a curiosity, nor is it untouched wilderness: It is home. Since 2015, photographer Brian Adams from the Inupiaq ethnic group has been traveling through Alaska, capturing the Inuit and their individual stories and finding out how they spend their individual lives in the 21st century. Visiting around 20 communities, he took portraits of the residents and recorded their narratives, sharing these across social media. This project I am Inuit as well as this book has the aim of promoting understanding, dismantling stereotypes as well as misperceptions and connecting the world with Alaskan Inuits, and the Arctic, through common humanity.
Baker Berry E99.E7 A336 2018
Are Black men doomed?
Young, Alford A., author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
Preface -- The problem with Black males -- Our problem with Black males -- Getting close from afar : the unhealthy gaze upon Black males -- Pushing past pathology : undoing the consequences of the negative gaze -- Conclusions : the promise of looking anew at Black males.
Baker Berry E185.86 .Y66 2018
The source : how rivers made America and America remade its rivers
Doyle, Martin, 1973- author
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 
Part one: Federalism. Navigating the republic ; Life on the Mississippi ; The rise of the levees ; Flood control -- Part two: Sovereignty and property. Water wars ; A new water market -- Part three: Taxation. Running water ; Burning rivers -- Part four: Regulation. Regulating power ; The power of a river -- Part five: Conservation. Channelization ; The restoration economy.
A history of the role of rivers in shaping American politics, economics, and society draws on experts from diverse backgrounds to explore how the natural and human transformations of rivers have made a significant impact on the nation.
Kresge Popular Science E179 .D693 2018
The Gods of Indian Country : religion and the struggle for the American West
Graber, Jennifer, 1973- author
New York : Oxford University Press, 
"During the nineteenth century, white Americans sought the cultural transformation and physical displacement of Native people. Though this process was certainly a clash of rival economic systems and racial ideologies, it was also a profound spiritual struggle. The fight over Indian Country sparked religious crises among both Natives and Americans. In The Gods of Indian Country, Jennifer Graber tells the story of the Kiowa Indians during Anglo-Americans' hundred-year effort to seize their homeland. Like Native people across the American West, Kiowas had known struggle and dislocation before. But the forces bearing down on them-soldiers, missionaries, and government officials-were unrelenting. With pressure mounting, Kiowas adapted their ritual practices in the hope that they could use sacred power to save their lands and community. Against the Kiowas stood Protestant and Catholic leaders, missionaries, and reformers who hoped to remake Indian Country. These activists saw themselves as the Indians' friends, teachers, and protectors. They also asserted the primacy of white Christian civilization and the need to transform the spiritual and material lives of Native people. When Kiowas and other Native people resisted their designs, these Christians supported policies that broke treaties and appropriated Indian lands. They argued that the gifts bestowed by Christianity and civilization outweighed the pains that accompanied the denial of freedoms, the destruction of communities, and the theft of resources. In order to secure Indian Country and control indigenous populations, Christian activists sanctified the economic and racial hierarchies of their day. The Gods of Indian Country tells a complex, fascinating-and ultimately heartbreaking-tale of the struggle for the American West."--
Baker Berry E78.G73 G63 2018
Crashing the party : from the Bernie Sanders campaign to a progressive movement
Gautney, Heather, author
London ; Verso Books, 2018
Foreword by Adolph Reed, JR -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Crashing the party -- The campaign, part 1: democratic socialism -- The campaign, part 2: identity politics -- The convention, the general election, and its aftermath -- Conclusion : campaigns end, movements endure -- Index.
Baker Berry E911 .G38 2018
Beyond access : indigenizing programs for Native American student success
edited by Stephanie J. Waterman, Shelly C. Lowe, and Heather J. Shotton ; foreword by George S. McClellan
Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC., 
"This book argues that two principal factors are inhibiting Native students from transitioning from school to college and from succeeding in their post-secondary studies. It presents models and examples of pathways to success that align with Native American students' aspirations and cultural values. Many attend schools that are poorly resourced where they are often discouraged from aspiring to college. Many are alienated from the educational system by a lack of culturally appropriate and meaningful environment or support systems that reflect Indigenous values of community, sharing, honoring extended family, giving-back to one's community, and respect for creation. The contributors to this book highlight Indigenized college access programs, meaning programs developed by, not just for, the Indigenous community, and are adapted, or developed, for the unique Indigenous populations they serve."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E97 .B48 2018
The best we could do : an illustrated memoir
Bui, Thi, author,
New York : Abrams ComicArts, 
Labor -- Rewind, reverse -- Home, the holding pen -- Blood and rice -- Either, or -- The chessboard -- Heroes and losers -- The shore -- Fire and ash -- Ebb and flow.
The author describes her experiences as a young Vietnamese immigrant, highlighting her family's move from their war-torn home to the United States in graphic novel format.
Baker Berry E184.V53 B85 2017
Towards a new ethnohistory : community-engaged scholarship among the People of the River
edited by Keith Thor Carlson, John Sutton Lutz, David M. Schaepe, Naxaxalhts'i (Albert "Sonny" McHalsie)
Winnipeg, Manitoba : University of Manitoba Press, 2018
"Towards a New Ethnohistory engages respectfully in cross-cultural dialogue and interdisciplinary methods to co-create with Indigenous people a new, decolonized ethnohistory. This New Ethnohistory reflects Indigenous ways of knowing and is a direct response to critiques of scholars who have for too long foisted their own research agendas onto Indigenous communities. Community-engaged scholarship invites members of the Indigenous community themselves to identify the research questions, host the researchers while they conduct the research, and participate meaningfully in the analysis of the researchers' findings. The historical research topics chosen by the Stó:lo community leaders and knowledge keepers for the contributors to this collection range from the intimate and personal, to the broad and collective. But what principally distinguishes the analyses is the way settler colonialism is positioned as something that unfolds in sometimes unexpected ways within Stó:lo history, as opposed to the other way around. This collection presents the best work to come out of the world's only graduate-level humanities-based ethnohistory fieldschool. The blending of methodologies and approaches from the humanities and social sciences is a model of twenty-first century interdisciplinarity."-
Baker Berry E78.B9 T69 2018
Civil rights in America and the Caribbean, 1950s-2010s
Teelucksingh, Jerome, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Foreword / Theresa Rajack-Talley -- Preface -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Institutional racism -- 3. Academic revolution: Black studies -- 4. Government agencies and legislation -- 5. Organizational skills -- 6. Voices from religion -- 7. Military, sports, and culture -- 8. Conclusion.
Baker Berry E185.61 .T28 2017
Russians on Trump : press coverage and commentary
foreword by Mark Galeotti ; edited by Laurence Bogoslaw
Minneapolis, MN : East View Press, an imprint of East View Information Services, Inc., 2018
The Trump Campaign (2015-2016) -- Chemistry and spin: Putin, Trump and other US candidates -- U.S. Presidential hopeful Trump says he and Putin would be pals -- What President Trump would mean for Russia -- Trump slams Obama, gives Putin an "A" for leadership -- Odd checks, asymmetrical balances -- Losing the Trump card -- From Hillary to Trump: What the Kremlin can expect from the candidates -- Who's afraid of Donald Trump? -- (Editorial): Antidemocracy -- White House and television: Who invented Donald Trump? -- Exceptional case -- Through the looking glass -- Trump as a mirror -- Hillary or Donald, it's all nuts -- Is Mr. Trump the next U.S. President? -- Breaking democracy's morals: The Trump phenomenon makes U.S. politics look more like those of Europe -- The America watchers -- Russia-U.S. relations after the election: "We will be ready for a new start" -- U.S. gives another reason to believe its democracy is deeply flawed -- Good-bye familiar America? U.S. foreign policy: A forecast until 2024 -- Trump card: A Donald Trump Fan Club watched the unthinkable unfold in Moscow -- Hey Trump, come on over! -- Actor's triumph: What to expect from the U.S. President-Elect -- Four years for white men -- Transatlantic backlash -- The U.S. has sneezed and now Russia will catch a cold -- In search of a Russian Trump -- Sergei Glazyev: "Ttrump needs help!" -- What next? forecasts of a new world order -- The shape of things to come -- Will Donald Trump abolish NATO? -- Two faces of American capitalism -- Will Trump tear up the nuclear deal with Iran? -- How will Russia respond to Trump? -- What will the Middle East look like under Putin and Trump? -- Europe turns toward Russia in major foreign policy change -- What are the implications of Israeli-U.S. conflict over U.N. resolution? -- Battle of ideas in Washington -- "There's no reset button. We're either going to get along or we're not" -- Trump changes horses -- Republican Party of regions -- Why Donald Trump is not a Putin agent -- The Crimea for lease: A Russian trail in settlement plans for Ukraine -- Russian lawyer tells State TV she met Trump Jr. to ask for "help" -- Kremlin not surprised by media reports on eavesdropping on Russian Ambassador to U.S. -- Senator blasts resignation of Trump's national security adviser over Russia contacts -- Rendezvous without hope for a reset -- Dancing with Washington -- Russian Ambassador Kislyak on meeting with Trump adviser Flynn: "There were no secrets" -- Spying on Uncle Sam -- One hack too far -- Attacks from Moscow: Did the U.S. believe in Russian hackers? -- America comes out on different sides of Russia -- Five-fake report -- Watergate for Trump -- A world without illusions, myths. "Dangerous but predictable": How Russia spooked the world with hackers and prostitutes -- Munich: Cold talk -- Seducing Europe -- Munich shows Western elite's total discombobulation -- NATO: Trump's burden -- The foundation of the West is shaken, its future uncertain -- The whole earth minus the U.S.: The consequences of America exiting the climate agreement -- How Trump is stealing Eastern Europe right from under Russia's nose -- The world comes to those who wait -- Macron displaces Merkel -- Moscow proposes Trump take a different view of Iran -- Will tomorrow come? -- Trump to halt plan to fight Islamic State with Russia -- U.S. strikes Syria: Trump is a president who no longer calls the shots -- Uncle Donald's show -- We have contact -- President Trump pushes for "Arab NATO" in the Middle East -- Trump appears in the East -- Top salesman -- Trial agreement -- Second nuclear century? -- Donald Trump's nuclear policy: First outlines -- We need an Iran deal with North Korea -- False calm: Why Russia prefers not to notice the nuclear crisis at its borders -- Short victorious war: U.S. President's magic wand to wave in a pinch -- Mutually assured distraction -- Nuclear deterrence: An eternal guarantee -- North Korea nuclear crisis: Why Russia's attempt to get involved in the big game is a bad idea -- Trumponomics -- No golden opportunity -- Russian matryoshka: How many demands for Trump can hide inside Putin? -- Ssergei Lavrov: "We are willing to work with the donald trump administration on the entire agenda" Honeymoon -- Kremlin and White House intent on eliminating negative balance -- "They tricked us": White House didn't expect Tass photographer to cover Trump-Lavrov meeting -- Lavrov briefed Putin on his meeting with Tump -- Opponents shake hands: Results of the first meeting between Putin and Trump -- Worse than under Obama: Why new U.S. sanctions have caused panic in Moscow -- Statement from the Russian Foreign Ministry -- How Putin expelled diplomats and hinted at cooperation with the U.S. -- After sanctions, there's no way back -- Sanctions -- "Trump is his own person"
Baker Berry E912 .R87 2018
Barracoon : the story of the last "black cargo"
Hurston, Zora Neale, author
New York, NY : HarperLuxe, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 
In 1927, Zora Neale Hurston went to Plateau, Alabama, just outside Mobile, to interview eighty-six-year-old Cudjo Lewis. Of the millions of men, women, and children transported from Africa to America as slaves, Cudjo was then the only person alive to tell the story of this integral part of the nation's history. Hurston was there to record Cudjo's firsthand account of the raid that led to his capture and bondage fifty years after the Atlantic slave trade was outlawed in the United States. In 1931, Hurston returned to Plateau, the African-centric community three miles from Mobile founded by Cudjo and other former slaves from his ship. Spending more than three months there, she talked in depth with Cudjo about the details of his life. During those weeks, the young writer and the elderly formerly enslaved man ate peaches and watermelon that grew in the backyard and talked about Cudjo's past--memories from his childhood in Africa, the horrors of being captured and held in a barracoon for selection by American slavers, the harrowing experience of the Middle Passage packed with more than 100 other souls aboard the Clotilda, and the years he spent in slavery until the end of the Civil War. Based on those interviews, featuring Cudjo's unique vernacular, and written from Hurston's perspective with the compassion and singular style that have made her one of the preeminent American authors of the twentieth-century, Barracoon masterfully illustrates the tragedy of slavery and of one life forever defined by it. Offering insight into the pernicious legacy that continues to haunt us all, black and white, this poignant and powerful work is an invaluable contribution to our shared history and culture.
Baker Berry E444.L49 H87 2018
Mimbres life and society : the Mattocks Site of southwestern New Mexico
Gilman, Patricia A., author
Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 
Introduction: The Mattocks Site, the Mimbres region, and early pueblos in the North American Southwest -- 1. Mattocks Site chronology -- 2. Pit structures at the Mattocks Site : few and mostly classic -- 3. Pueblo architecture at the Mattocks Site -- 4. Social contexts of the Mattocks Site room blocks : a summary and discussion of the architectural and dating patterns -- 5. Hunting, gathering, harvesting, and preparing food at the Mattocks Site. With a contribution [Evidence for human impacts on large mammal populations at the Mattocks and other Mimbres sites] / by Michael D. Cannon -- 6. Mattocks Site ceramics -- 7. Mattocks Site burials -- 8. Mattocks Site unusual artifacts -- 9. The Mattocks Site.
This book offers a detailed account of the archaeological excavation of one of the last possible Mimbres Classic pueblos, including photography of the painted black-on-white pottery--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E99.M76 G55 2017
Cherokee in controversy : the life of Jesse Bushyhead
Wimberly, Dan B., 1948- author
Macon, Georgia : Mercer University Press, 2017
Preface -- Background and early years -- Tennessee ministry -- The removal crisis -- The Seminole mission -- The trail west -- Establishing a new life in the west -- Ministry in the new nation -- Conclusion : the legacy.
"Jesse Bushyhead was detachment leader during the forced Indian removal on what has become known as the Trail of Tears. In this capacity, he was responsible for the safe conduct of more than 900 emigrants from Tennessee to Indian Territory in eastern Oklahoma. After the journey, Bushyhead was a principal participant in the formation of the new Cherokee government, providing stability in the turbulent and often internecine struggle between factions. And although without legal training, he served the new government as a chief justice of the Cherokee Supreme Court. Yet during these challenges, Bushyhead, also a Baptist minister, assisted missionary Evan Jones in establishing a vibrant Baptist presence among Cherokees." -- From dust jacket.
Baker Berry E99.C5 W669 2017
White nativism, ethnic identity and US immigration policy reform : American citizenship and children in mixed status, Hispanic families
Del Mar Farina, Maria, author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
"Analysing US immigration and deportation policy over the last twenty years, this book illustrates how US immigration reform can be conceived as a psychological, legal, policy-driven tool which is inexorably entwined with themes of American identity, national belonging and white nativism. Focusing on Hispanic immigration and American-born children of Mexican parentage, the author incorporates critical discourse analysis to question how engrained sociocultural and psychological attitudes can play an instrumental role in influencing political and legal processes. It is argued that contemporary American immigration policy reforms need to be conceptualized as a complex, conscious and unconscious White Nativist psychological, legal, defense mechanism related to identity preservation and contestation. Whilst building on existing theoretical frameworks, the author offers new empirical evidence on immigration processes and policy within the United States as well as original research involving the acculturation and identity development of children of Mexican immigrant parentage. It brings together themes of race, ethnicity and American national identity under a new psychological and sociopolitical framework examining macro and micro implications of recent US immigration policy reform. Subsequently this book will have broad appeal for academics, professionals and students who have an interest in political psychology, childhood studies, American immigration policy, constructions of national identity, critical race and ethnic studies, and the Mexican diaspora."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E184.S75 F38 2018
A blueprint for war : FDR and the hundred days that mobilized America
Dunn, Susan, 1945- author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
"In the cold winter months that followed Franklin Roosevelt's election in November 1940 to an unprecedented third term in the White House, he confronted a worldwide military and moral catastrophe. Almost all the European democracies had fallen under the ruthless onslaught of the Nazi army and air force. Great Britain stood alone, a fragile bastion between Germany and American immersion in war. In the Pacific world, Japan had extended its tentacles deeper into China. Susan Dunn dramatically brings to life the most vital and transformational period of Roosevelt's presidency: the hundred days between December 1940 and March 1941, when he mobilized American industry, mustered the American people, initiated the crucial programs and approved the strategic plans for America's leadership in World War II. As the nation began its transition into the preeminent military, industrial, and moral power on the planet, FDR laid out the stunning blueprint not only for war but for the American Century"--Front dust jacket flap.
Baker Berry E806 .D86 2018
Persuasive attacks on Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential primary
Benoit, William L., author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
Baker Berry E901.1.T78 B46 2017
Isto não é um livro de viagem : 16 fragmentos de Galáxias
Campos, Haroldo de
Rio de Janeiro : Editora 34, ©1992
1. E começo aqui -- 2. Multitudinous seas -- 3. Calças cor de abóbora -- 4. No jornalário -- 5. Cheiro de urina -- 6. Passatempos e matatempos -- 7. Como quem escreve -- 8. Sazamegoto -- 9. Reza calla y trabaja -- 10. Circuladô de fulô -- 11. Na coroa de arestas -- 12. Tudo isto tem que ver -- 13. Açafrão -- 14. Aquele como se chamava -- 15. Nudez -- 16. Fecho encerro.
Jones Media Compact Disc PQ9697.C2448 .A6 1992
A whirlwind passed through our country : Lakota voices of the ghost dance
Andersson, Rani-Henrik, author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Introduction -- Part 1. "We the tribe of Indians, are the ones who are living a sacred life" -- Part 2. "We did not think we were doing any harm by dancing our religious dances" -- Part 3. "They see their relatives who died long before them" -- Part 4. "Messíya Itónšni" = "The lie of the Messiah" -- Afterword -- Appendix: Chronology of events during the Lakota Ghost Dance period.
"The inception of the Ghost Dance religion in 1890 marked a critical moment in Lakota history. Yet, because this movement alarmed government officials, culminating in the infamous massacre at Wounded Knee of 250 Lakota men, women, and children, historical accounts have most often described the Ghost Dance from the perspective of the white Americans who opposed it. In A Whirlwind Passed through Our Country, historian Rani-Henrik Andersson instead gives Lakotas a sounding board, imparting the multiplicity of Lakota voices on the Ghost Dance at the time. Whereas early accounts treated the Ghost Dance as a military or political movement, A Whirlwind Passed through Our Country stresses its peaceful nature and reveals the breadth of Lakota views on the subject. The more than one hundred accounts compiled here show that the movement caused friction within Lakota society even as it spurred genuine religious belief. These accounts, many of them never before translated from the original Lakota or published, demonstrate that the Ghost Dance's message resonated with Lakotas across artificial "progressive" and "nonprogressive" lines. Although the movement was often criticized as backward and disconnected from the harsh realities of Native life, Ghost Dance adherents were in fact seeking new ways to survive, albeit not those contemporary whites envisioned for them. The Ghost Dance, Andersson suggests, might be better understood as an innovative adaptation by the Lakotas to the difficult situation in which they found themselves--and as a way of finding a path to a better life.By presenting accounts of divergent views among the Lakota people, A Whirlwind Passed through Our Country expands the narrative of the Ghost Dance, encouraging more nuanced interpretations of this significant moment in Lakota and American history."--
Baker Berry E99.T34 A64 2018
Documents of the Chicano movement
Bruns, Roger A., 1941- author
Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 
Baker Berry E184.M5 B763 2018
A perilous path : talking race, inequality, and the law
Ifill, Sherrilyn A., author
New York : The New Press, 2018
Preface / by Anthony C. Thompson -- A perilous path : race, inequality, and the law -- Postscript / by Anthony C. Thompson -- Acknowledgments.
"This blisteringly candid discussion of the American dilemma in the age of Trump brings together the head of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the former attorney general of the United States, a bestselling author and death penalty lawyer, and a star professor for an honest conversation the country desperately needs to hear. Drawing on their collective decades of work on civil rights issues as well as personal histories of rising from poverty and oppression, these leading lights of the legal profession and the fight for racial justice talk about the importance of reclaiming the racial narrative and keeping our eyes on the horizon as we work for justice in an unjust time. Covering topics as varied as "the commonality of pain," "when lawyers are heroes," and the concept of an "equality dividend" that is due to people of color for helping America brand itself internationally as a country of diversity and acceptance, Ifill, Lynch, Stevenson, and Thompson also explore topics such as "when did 'public' become a dirty word" (hint, it has something to do with serving people of color), "you know what Jeff Sessions is going to say," and "what it means to be a civil rights lawyer in the age of Trump." Building on Stevenson's hugely successful Just Mercy, Lynch's national platform at the Justice Department, Ifill's role as one of the leading defenders of civil rights in the country, and the occasion of Thompson's launch of a new center on race, inequality, and the law at the NYU School of Law, A Perilous Path will speak loudly and clearly to everyone concerned about America's perpetual fault line."--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry E185.61 .I35 2018
The soul of America : the battle for our better angels
Meacham, Jon, author
New York, N.Y. : Random House, 
Introduction : To hope rather than to fear -- The confidence of the whole people : visions of the Presidency, the ideas of progress and prosperity, and "We, the people" -- The long shadow of Appomattox : the Lost Cause, the Ku Klux Klan, and Reconstruction -- With soul of flame and temper of steel : "the melting pot," TR and his "bully pulpit," and the Progressive promise -- A new and good thing in the world : the triumph of women's suffrage, the Red Scare, and a new Klan -- The crisis of the old order : the Great Depression, Huey Long, the New Deal, and America First -- Have you no sense of decency? : "making everyone middle class," the GI Bill, McCarthyism, and modern media -- What the hell is the presidency for? : "segregation forever," King's crusade, and LBJ in the crucible -- Conclusion : The first duty of an American citizen.
"We have been here before. In this timely and revealing book, ... author Jon Meacham helps us understand the present moment in American politics and life by looking back at critical times in our history when hope overcame division and fear. With clarity and purpose, Meacham explores contentious periods and how presidents and citizens came together to defeat the forces of anger, intolerance, and extremism. Our current climate of partisan fury is not new, and in The Soul of America Meacham shows us how what Abraham Lincoln called 'the better angels of our nature' have repeatedly won the day. Painting surprising portraits of Lincoln and other presidents, including Ulysses S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, and Lyndon B. Johnson, and illuminating the courage of such influential citizen activists as Martin Luther King, Jr., early suffragettes Alice Paul and Carrie Chapman Catt, civil rights pioneers Rosa Parks and John Lewis, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, and Army-McCarthy hearings lawyer Joseph N. Welch, Meacham brings vividly to life turning points in American history. He writes about the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the birth of the Lost Cause; the backlash against immigrants in the First World War and the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s; the fight for women's rights; the demagoguery of Huey Long and Father Coughlin and the isolationist work of America First in the years before World War II; the anti-Communist witch-hunts led by Senator Joseph McCarthy; and Lyndon Johnson's crusade against Jim Crow. Each of these dramatic hours in our national life has been shaped by the contest to lead the country to look forward rather than back, to assert hope over fear--a struggle that continues even now. While the American story has not always--or even often--been heroic, we have been sustained by a belief in progress even in the gloomiest of times. In this inspiring book, Meacham reassures us, "The good news is that we have come through such darkness before"--as, time and again, Lincoln's better angels have found a way to prevail."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry E169.1 .M4977 2018
The conflicted superpower : America's collaboration with China and India in global innovation
Kennedy, Andrew Bingham, 1968- author
New York : Columbia University Press, 
The rise of global innovation -- Innovation leadership and contested openness -- The swinging door : skilled workers -- The open door : foreign students -- The (mostly) open door : global R & D.
Baker Berry E895 .K46 2018
The Indian world of George Washington : the first President, the first Americans, and the birth of the nation
Calloway, Colin G. 1953- author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Learning curves -- Virginia's Indian country -- The Ohio Company and the Ohio Country -- Into Tanaghrisson's world -- Tanaghrisson's war -- Braddock and the limits of empire -- Frontier defense and a Cherokee alliance -- Frontier advance and a Cherokee war -- The other revolution -- Confronting the Indian boundary -- "A good deal of land." -- The question of Indian allies -- Town destroyer -- Killing Crawford -- Building a nation on Indian land -- The first President and the first Americans -- An Indian policy for the new nation -- Courting McGillivray -- The greatest Indian victory -- Philadelphia Indian diplomacy -- Achieving empire -- Transforming Indian lives -- A death and a non-death.
"An authoritative, sweeping, and fresh new biography of the nation's first president, Colin G. Calloway's book reveals fully the dimensions and depths of George Washington's relations with the First Americans."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E312.17 .C17 2018
Yellow peril! : an archive of anti-Asian fear
edited and introduced by John Kuo Wei Tchen and Dylan Yeats
London ; Verso, 
Introduction : Yellow Peril incarnate -- pt. I. The imagined West -- 1. Decolonizing scholarship -- Mapping boundaries of difference and shared spaces, a visual essay (2013) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- Mapping : local gone global (2007) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- The theft of history (2006) / Jack Goody -- Hemispheres of the globe (1884) -- Where is the West? Where is the East? / Martin W. Lewis and Kären E. Wigen -- Positional superiority of Western knowledge (2012) / Linda Tuhiwai Smith -- Occidentalism and modernity (1996) / Fernando Coronil -- 2. Westernizing Europe -- St. George and the dragon (1876) -- Eurasia -- Eurasia : the horse and the wheel (2009) / David W. Anthony -- Classical routes -- Homer's Phoenicians (1995) / Irene J. Winter -- Isocrates' Europe vs. Asia rhetoric (2004) / Benjamin Isaac -- Greeks and multiple Barbarians (2005) / Adam Kuper -- Rise of Western fundamentalism -- Letter to Pope Urban II (1094/1095) / Alexios I. Komnenos -- That detestable race of Satan (1240) / Matthew Paris -- The story of god and Magog (1998) / Scott D. Westrem -- Placing the Jews in late Medieval English literature (2002) / Suzanne Conklin Akbari -- Christians on Saracens (2003) / John V. Tolan -- Latin Christendom's "doctrine of discovery" : papal bulls, 145, 1455, 1493 (2013) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- The Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) -- Cantino Planisphere (1502) -- The westernization of Europe (1995) / Gerard Delanty.
"The "yellow peril" is one of the most long-standing and pervasive racist ideas in Western culture--indeed, this book traces its history to the Enlightenment era. Yet while Fu Manchu evokes a fading historical memory, yellow peril ideology persists, animating, for example, campaign commercials from the 2012 presidential election. Yellow Peril! is the first comprehensive repository of anti-Asian images and writing, pop culture artifacts and political polemic. Written by two leading scholars and replete with paintings, photographs and images drawn from dime novels, posters, comics, theatrical productions, movies, polemical and pseudo-scholarly literature, and other pop culture ephemera, this book is both a unique and fascinating archive and a modern analysis of this crucial historical formation"--
Baker Berry E184.A75 Y45 2014
Black thought and culture
[Alexandria, Va.] : Alexander Street Press, -
Black Thought and Culture is a landmark electronic collection of approximately 100,000 pages of non-fiction writings by major American black leaders--teachers, artists, politicians, religious leaders, athletes, war veterans, entertainers, and other figures--covering 250 years of history. In addition to the most familiar works, Black Thought and Culture presents a great deal of previously inaccessible material, including letters, speeches, prefatory essays, political leaflets, interviews, periodicals, and trial transcripts. The ideas of over 1,000 authors present an evolving and complex view of what it is to be black in America.
This is not America
Friedman, Alan, 1956- author
London : Biteback Publishing, 2017
Baker Berry E912 .F75 2017
El impacto de la migración a Estados Unidos en comunidades de origen en México : a través de relaciones, estudios de historia y sociedad
Rafael Alarcón Acosta (compilador)
Zamora, Michoacán : El Colegio de Michoacán, 
El impacto agrario de la migracion en Huecorio -- La dependencia externa y la perpetuación de la migración temporal a los Estados Unidos -- Agricultura campesina y migración : el impacto de un cultivo comercial en un pueblo de migrantes -- ¿El fin de la comunidad campesina? Reproducción campesina, migración y desarrollo capitalista en el occidente de Michoacán -- Comunidad y migración : el caso del pueblo de Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán, 1988-1994 -- El proceso de convertirse en creyetes : identidades de familias testigos de Jehová en un contexto de migración transnacional -- Remesas y subdesarrollo en México -- San Miguel Arcángel, un santo andariego : trabajo ceremonial en una comunidad de transmigrantes del estado de Pueblo -- Restricciones a la inmigración en Estados Unidos y movimiento agrario en Chavinda, Michoacán (1920-1942) -- De la migración : ausencias masculinas y reacciones femeninas mazahuas.
Baker Berry E184.M5 I46 2017
Understanding Latino history : excavating the past, examining the present
Mitchell, Pablo, author
Santa Barbara, California ; Greenwood, an imprint of ABC-CLIO-LLC, 
Spanish beginnings, 1500-1800 -- Independence and empire, 1800-1835 -- Los Americanos, 1835-1848 -- Separate paths, 1848-1868 -- Wars of independence, 1868-1898 -- Birth of a Latina/o nation, 1898-1930 -- Great Depression and World War II, 1930-1945 -- Latina/os in mid-20th century America, 1945-1965 -- New worlds, new homes, 1965-1986 -- Latina/os in a new century, 1986-present.
Understanding Latino History: Excavating the Past, Examining the Present takes a new approach to the history of Latina/os in the United States. In the past, textbooks have divided the histories of Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, and Central and South Americans into separate chapters, concentrating on the arrival and settlement of each group in the United States. This book, while paying careful attention to the unique historical trajectory of diverse Latina/o communities, takes a different path, drawing the various groups into a single narrative and highlighting the interactions and shared communities formed by Latinas and Latinos. This shared Latina/o history framework also allows us to see some broader trends in U.S. history, such as the unevenness of citizenship and belonging, the middle area that so many people in the past and in the present have occupied between exclusion, on the one hand, and full inclusion and membership in the nation, on the other--Introduction.
Baker Berry E184.S75 M5953 2018
Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012
prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC : U.S. Government Printing Office, 2013
Alphabetical list of Hispanic-American members of Congress -- Introduction -- Experiences of Hispanic Americans and other minorities in Congress -- From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic-American representation, 1822-1898 -- "Foreign in a domestic sense," 1898-1945 -- Separate interests to national agendas -- Strength in numbers, challenges in diversity, 1977-2012 -- Stats charts : Hispanic Americans in Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012) -- Hispanic Americans as percentage of Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012) -- Hispanic-American members by office, 1821-2012 -- Length of service of Hispanic-American members of Congress 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012) -- pt. I. Former Hispanic-American members -- From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic Congressional representation in the era of U.S. continental expansion, 1822-1898 --Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and westward expansion -- Adams-Onís Treaty (Transcontinental Treaty) -- Manifest destiny -- Texas revolution and annexation -- War with Mexico and the Southwest -- Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo -- Statutory representation -- Precongressional experience -- Family origins -- Overview of New Mexico politics, 1848-1898 -- Santa Fe Ring -- Crafting an identity -- Contested elections -- Cultural factionalism and Nuevomexicano elites -- Social experiences in Washington, D.C. -- Legislative interests -- Committee assignments -- Infrastructure improvements and land grants -- Indian relations -- Slavery -- Statehood -- Stats charts : Hispanic-American members by office, 1822-1898 -- Hispanic-American members by state and territory (first elected 1822-1898) -- Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 17th Congress (1821-1823) -- Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 33rd-34th Congresses (1853-1857) -- Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 35th-55th Congresses (1857-1899) -- Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1822-1884 -- Former members 1822-1898 -- Joseph Marion Hernández -- José Manuel Gallegos -- Miguel Antonio Otero -- Francisco Perea -- José Francisco Chaves -- Romualdo Pacheco -- Trinidad Romero -- Mariano Sabino Otero -- Tranquilino Luna -- Francisco Antonio Manzanares ---
"A compilation of historical essays and short biographies about 91 Hispanic-Americans who served in Congress from 1822 to 2012"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E184.S75 H5657 2013