Mexican Immigration to the United States, 1900-1999
A document-based teaching unit
Statistical immigration data; personal accounts of immigrants; retalbos (paintings on tin) and corridos (traditional Mexican ballads) chronicling the individual life experiences; and study of the changing U.S. policy towards Mexican immigration-all guide examination of the push-pull factors of the American responses of repatriation during the 1930s and the Bracero program of the World War II era.
Lesson 1: Mexican Immigration to the United States, 1900-1999
Lesson 2: In Their Own Words: Oral History of Mexican Immigration
Lesson 3: Corridos: Songs of the People
Lesson 4: American Responses to Mexican Immigration
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