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Published by the Chicano Studies Library at UC Berkeley. This bibliography on women of Mexican heritage in the US includes a subject, author and title index to 1150 articles, books, dissertations and reports.
A 2 volume work with alphabetical entries related to folklore, history, holidays literature, film, sports, music and media. The 500 entries range from half a page, to several pages in length, and end with a list of further reading.
Covers a wide range of historical, political, cultural and biographical information. Articles range from short paragraphs to 2,000 words in length. While somewhat dated, the historical information herein is still useful.
This reference work focuses on the impact of Hispanic culture on American history and society. Included are maps, photos, and charts as well as statistical information on Hispanics in the United States.
Articles from over 150 contributors, including entries on maquiladoras, rhetoric, tourism, and the environment. Many entries are followed by further readings and bibliographies to guide researchers to further authoritative resources.