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Lydia Blanchard, Delfino Martinez

Description

Frontera, a poem / Elvira Ardalani -- Strasbourg, Alsace, and Brownsville, Texas : ideal sister cities / Milo Kearney -- La concepcion de la identidad fronteriza en Jovita Gonzalez y Adela Sloss de Vento / Laura Garza -- Cuando se fundo Matamoros? / Andres F. Cuellar -- The formation and early development of the Llano Grande / Maria Vallejo -- Doño Rosa Maria Hinojosa de Balli and her family : a lower Rio Grande Valley family in an Atlantic perspective / Thomas Daniel Knight -- Clarksville : a forgotten community on the Rio Grande / Jim Mills -- The last battle of the Civil War / Norman Rozeff -- The Spanish Influenza epidemic in Brownsville, Texas, and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico / Jorge Hernandez -- El Puerto de Brownsville newspaper: the voice of the Mexican-American Community / Cipriano Cardenas -- McAllen’s key contribution to the U.S. Cuban history / Oscar Sordo -- La amenaza de la Encefalitis y una visita presidencia a Matamoros en 1971 / Rosaura Alicia Davila -- Oscar Casares, frontera writer : a little more hope, a little less fear / Manuel Medrano -- Immigrant child, a poem / James Brandenburg -- Undocumented immigrants narratives : a view from the banks of the Lower Rio Grande / John A. Cook -- The tragedy of unaccompanied child immigrants to the U.S.-Mexico border 2014 / Antonio Noe Zavaleta Reid and Mitchell A. Kaplan -- Young, wild, and free : narratives de jovenes migrantes Mexicanos detenidos en el Valle de Texas / Oscar Misael Hernandez-Hernandez -- The recent violence in Matamoros : are we living next to a war zone? / Anonymous -- The humorous side of Brownsville Police work / Ruben Garcia and Anthony Knopp -- Bilingual college education at UTB : improvement student success in the Rio Grande Valley / Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera and Oralia de los Reyes -- The deaf community of Brownsville : site of controversy over language and identity / Mimosa Stephenson -- Antepasados, a poem / Janie Alonso.

Publication Date

2015

Publisher

University of Texas at Brownsville

City

Brownsville

Disciplines

Anthropology | Economics | Environmental Studies | History | Social History | United States History

Comments

Alternative Title: UTB/TSC regional history series ; v.13

Call Number: F392.R5 Y48 2015

Copyright Status: In Copyright - Digital Collections Rights and Usage Statement

Location of Original Item: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Library

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