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ISBN:
0791031020
Author:
Consuelo Rodriguez
Category:
Economics
Language:
Spanish
Publisher:
Chelsea House Pub; 1a ed edition (October 1, 1994)
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Hispanos (from Spanish: adj. prefix Hispano- relating to Spain, from Latin: Hispānus) are people of Spanish descent of the 16th century-to-19th century in New Spain, in what is today the Southwestern United States, who retained a predominantly Spanis. prefix Hispano- relating to Spain, from Latin: Hispānus) are people of Spanish descent of the 16th century-to-19th century in New Spain, in what is today the Southwestern United States, who retained a predominantly Spanish culture as it relates to their cultural region, having lived in that region since it was territorially incorporated into the United States.

This is a list of Hispanos, both settlers and their descendants (either fully or partially of such origin), who were born or settled, between the early 16th century and 1850, in what is now the southwestern United States (including California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, southwestern Colorado, Utah and Nevada), as well as Florida, Louisiana (1763–1800) and other. Spanish colonies in what is now the United States. Salvador Rodríguez (1688–after 1796) Spanish politician who served as mayor of San Antonio, Texas, in 1785 and 1796, as well as regidor (councilor) of the city. Andrés Almonaster y Rojas.

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