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  • Author:
    Reyes Ruiz Gonzalez
    Advisory Committee:
    Dan Hungerman
    Degree Area:
    Economics
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2019-03-22
    Record Visibility:
    Public
  • Creator(s):
    Edward Beatty
    Description:

    The Mexican patent database collects data on all patents issued in Mexico from roughly 1840 to the onset of the Mexican Revolution in 1911, totaling approximately thirteen thousand five hundred (13,500) discrete patent records. At present, this is the most comprehensive record of patents issued by Mexican governments during the nineteenth century. There is no single archival or published source that contains a comprehensive list or data on Mexican patents issued over the course of the long …

    Date Created:
    2018-01-29
    Record Visibility:
    Public
  • Author(s):
    Ernesto Galarza
    Subject(s):
    Nayarit (Mexico)--Biography, Mexican Americans--Social life and customs--20th century, Mexican American neighborhoods--California--Sacramento--History--20th century, Sacramento (Calif)--Biography, Mexican Americans--Biography, Sacramento (Calif)--Social life and customs--20th century, Immigrants--United States--Biography
    Abstract:

    Barrio Boy is the remarkable story of one boy’s journey from a Mexican village so small its main street didn’t have a name, to the barrio of Sacramento, California, bustling and thriving in the early decades of the twentieth century. With vivid imagery and a rare gift for re-creating a child’s sense of time and place, Ernesto Galarza gives an account of the early experiences of his extraordinary life-from revolution in Mexico to segregation in the United States-that will continu…

    Date Published:
    2014-04-30
    Date Created:
    2014-04-30
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book Chapter
  • Author(s):
    Alfredo Mirandé
    Subject(s):
    Discrimination in criminal justice administration--United States--History, Mexican Americans--Civil rights--History, Mexican Americans--History
    Abstract:

    Gringo Justice is a comprehensive analysis and interpretation of the experiences of the Chicano people with the legal and judicial system in the United States. Beginning in 1848 and working to the present, a theory of Gringo justice is developed and applied to specific areas-displacement from the land, vigilantes and social bandits, the border, the police, gangs, and prisons. A basic issue addressed is how the image of Chicanos as bandits or criminals has persisted in various forms.

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    Date Published:
    1994-03-25
    Date Created:
    2016-03-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author:
    Javier Mocarquer
    Advisory Committee:
    Dr. Maria Rosa Olivera-Williams, Dr. Sarah Ann Wells, Dr. Jose Limon
    Degree Area:
    Literature
    Degree:
    PhD
    Defense Date:
    2015-04-10
    Record Visibility:
    Public