Voices from the Southwest: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, Reies Lopez Tijerina.
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Voices from the Southwest: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, Reies Lopez Tijerina. by Bernard, Jacqueline.

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Published by Scholastic Book Services in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Mexico,
  • New Mexico.

Subjects:

  • Martínez, Antonio José, 1793-1867 -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Baca, Elfego, 1864-1945 -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Tijerina, Reies -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Martínez, Antonio José, 1793-1867.,
  • Baca, Elfego, 1864-1945.,
  • Tijerina, Reies.,
  • Mexican Americans -- New Mexico -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Mexican Americans -- New Mexico.

Book details:

About the Edition

Discusses the struggles of three Mexican Americans in various historical periods to redress the wrongs that their people suffered at the hands of the English-speaking majority.

Edition Notes

GenreJuvenile literature.
SeriesFirebird books
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF805.M5 B47
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5297342M
LC Control Number72077478

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Get this from a library! Voices from the Southwest: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, Reies Lopez Tijerina.. [Jacqueline Bernard] -- Discusses the struggles of three Mexican Americans in various historical periods to redress the wrongs that their people suffered at the hands of . Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Voices from the Southwest: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, Reies Lopez Tijerina (Firebird books) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Voices from the Southwest: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, Reies Lopez Tijerina by Jacqueline Bernard (Book) Grito!: Reies Tijerina and New Mexico land grant war of . Subseries B, Voices from the Southwest, (#, ), contains research notes, clippings, reviews, and correspondence for Voices from the Southwest (Scholastic Book Service, ), the story of three Mexican-American heroes: Antonio Jose Martinez, Elfego Baca, and Reies Lopez Tijerina. The correspondence found in this.

  La Bloga friend Gloria Velásquez sent us the following poem that she wrote shortly after learning of the death of Reies López Tijerina. Tijerina died in El Paso on January 19 at Although his legacy is mixed, there is no denying that his infamous raid on the Rio Arriba County courthouse in Tierra Amarilla, NM in was a turning point in.   Among some of the national figures which have the most following and respect for their views are Cesar Chavez, Corky Gonzales, Reies Lopez Tijerina, Jose Angel Gutierrez, and Carlos Guerra. To know these five personalities may be quite disturbing for people outside the Movement, for while they crisscross their powers and loyal ties, they are. evangelist, Reies Lopez Tijerina first challenged the validity of the State's claims to certain public lands and then made his much-publicized courthouse raid in Tierra Amarilla which instantly turned him into a hero of the left in the United States. And while Chavez and Tijerina . My first efforts as one of the Quinto Sol writers were published in Volume 1 () of El Grito– “The Coming of Zamora” (a short story based on the trial of Reies Lopez Tijerina) and “The Mexican-Dixon Line” (about the Southern plantation mental­ity in the Hispanic Southwest).

In New Mexico, Elfego Baca stood up against cowboy shootings of his people. In the Texas Panhandle, Sostenes l’Archeveque, who was born in Santa Fe of a French father and a Mexican-Indian mother, avenged the murder of his father by Anglo-Americans by becoming a one-man armed resistance force. Chicana Feminist Thoughtbrings together the voices of Chicana poets, writers, and activists who reflect upon the Chicana Feminist Movement that began in the late s. With energy and passion, this anthology of writings documents the personal and collective political struggles of Chicana feminists.   Voices of the Barrio is a platform for the stories of ourselves and our city to be told in a safe features local poets and storytellers with the opportunity to be paid for their art. This is important to me because it's my way of giving back to my city and it's my way of giving back to the community that has captured my heart.   The Cultural Influence of Linda Ronstadt BIOGRAPHY Linda Ronstadt [ ] Linda Ronstadt, once hailed as the “First Lady of Rock,” is a versatile singer who traversed multiple genres en route to massive national success in pop music in the s and ‘80s.