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by Alex Moreno Areyan

Download Mexican Americans In Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach (CA) (Images of America) ePub
  • ISBN 0738546992
  • ISBN13 978-0738546995
  • Language English
  • Author Alex Moreno Areyan
  • Publisher Arcadia Publishing (April 25, 2007)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats lit docx lrf mobi
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1596 kb
  • Size Fb2 1118 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 159

The century-old presence of Mexican Americans in Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach is an important, colorful part of the history of Los Angeles County’s South Bay region. This evocative pictorial history documents the ways in which this group left significant marks on the economic, agricultural, academic, religious, professional, and governmental fabric of both communities. World War II heroes, star athletes, lawyers, professors, teachers, city councilmen, a judge, an astrophysicist, and many other professionals have come from this heritage. The first known Mexican American in Redondo Beach was Mauro Gonzales, who arrived in 1900 to unload ships at the city’s old wooden pier. He was followed in 1910 by Domingo Moreno, who fostered 12 children, and Mauricio Colin, who had 13, after they escaped the Mexican Revolution. They initiated a large and vibrant Mexican American community, one that has virtually been ignored by conventional histories.

Author Alex Moreno Areyan, a retired human resources administrator with a master’s degree from the University of San Francisco, was a migrant worker . This book presents the great story of mexican americans in the southbay

Author Alex Moreno Areyan, a retired human resources administrator with a master’s degree from the University of San Francisco, was a migrant worker in his youth. He conducted dozens of interviews and collected vintage photographs from members of the original families of these Mexican American communities to compile this unique history. This book presents the great story of mexican americans in the southbay.

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The century-old presence of Mexican Americans in Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach is an important, colorful part of the history of Los Angeles County s South Bay region. This evocative pictorial history documents the ways in which this group left significant marks on the economic, agricultural, academic, religious, professional, and governmental fabric of both communities.

They initiated a large and vibrant Mexican American community, one that has virtually been ignored by conventional histories. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing).

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Alex Moreno Areyan's odyssey of growing up Latino in white upper-middle-class Redondo Beach in the 1950s presents a story of assimilation different from that experienced by Mexican Americans in larger barrios. His annual white lie" to classmates was that his father got a job up north and the family. By Alex Moreno Areyan Beach Mexican:: Assimilation And Identity In Redondo Beach.

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American Vacations In Kodachrome - Flashbak. It is interesting how much life has changed in 60 years.

Redondo Beach-visited more of David's family here-they live up on that mountain and had an amazing view of the ocean. Loved waking up to this every morning! Benefit of living on the Esplanade <3 in Redondo. Redondo Beach California California History Southern California Vintage Pictures Old Pictures Back In The Day Long Beach Lineman Manhattan. American Vacations In Kodachrome - Flashbak.

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Fegelv
purchased 7 copies for family members. It is a record of history for part of the family who lived in the area. We were even able to identified "unknown" person in it. How cool is that?
Gajurus
Accurate history shown not only through detailed descriptive writing but also through pictures, giving readers a well-rounded and true narrative.
Ffel
My father, who is his sixties thinks this was a terrific father's day present for him. My grandfather's picture is in it as well as other relatives and family friends. This book presents the great story of mexican americans in the southbay. After reading this book, it cements many of the stories that I heard while I was growing up. It is an interesting read for all of the stories I had not heard previous as well as add details to some of the others. The extremely large amount of pictures in the book are fantastic showing all the different frist hand experience sources of information the author used to make this book.
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