HOW DID HISPANIC PEOPLE INHABIT IN THE U.S.A
FRANCE IMMIGRATION TO U.S.A. I n 1608 the explorer Samuel de Champlain, found the first permanent French colony at Quebec. He also explored the area that is now Northern New York State.
GERMAN IMMIGRATION TO TE U.S.A. Immigration from Germany to the US reached its first peak between 1749 and 1754 when approximately 37,000 Germans came to North America. In 1848, six million Germans emigrated to the United States. Many of these Germans settled in the cities of Chicago, Detroit and New York.
ITALY IMMIGRATION TO U.S.A There was a little Italian immigration to the United States before 1870 most of these immigrants were from rural communites with very litle Education. From 1890 to 1900, 655,888 arrived to the United States of whom two-thirds were men.
Hispanic/Latino presence in the territory of the United States has existed since the 16th century.
CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, NEVADA, UTAH, NEW MEXICO, PARTS OF COLORADO AND WYOMING.
THE TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO SIGNED BETWEEN MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN 1848
On September 17, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson designated a week in mid-September as National Hispanic Heritage Week, with Congress's authorization. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan extended the observance to a month, designated Hispanic Heritage Month.
CULTURE INFLUENCE IN THE U.S.
WHY ARE HISPANIC PEOPLE CONSIDERED MINORITY IN THE U.S.A.
White people in AmĂŠrica have the most power and representation when it comes to our goverment and the treatment of other Americans. Women out-number men in America, but are a minority group because women donÂ´t have as much power or decition making authority as men. This is why pretty much every race, and ethnic group are considered minority groups.
SPANISH—ENGLISH SPANISH—ENGLISH Ángel Banano Barbacoa Huracán Tomate
Angel Banana Barbecue Hurricane Tomato
Chocolate Chile Cafetería Mosquito Vainilla
Chocolate Chili Cafeteria Mosquito Vanilla