FAMILIA. Migracion y adaptadion en Baja y Alta California, 1800-1975
Alvarez, Jr., Robert R.

Mexico: Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, 2012. First edition 258 p., maps, photos, illus., tables, bibl., wrps. New Paperback 978-607-607-112-0 This study of immigration and transnationalism looks to the way traditions are upheld or shed in immigrant families that move between Mexico and the United States. The author begins by looking at early 19th century migrants and following up with their descendents in order to form a comprehensive overview of the complex, multi-faceted, multi-generational Mexican-US immigrant experience. Translation of a 1987 book in English. (Item ID: 157925)


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