By Roger E Hernandez

ISBN-10: 076144176X

ISBN-13: 9780761441762

ISBN-10: 0761446214

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That August, raiders led by conspirator Luis de la Rosa attacked King Ranch, which was famous for being a leader in ranching practices and education, as well as for its size of 825,000 acres (333,866 hectares). ” The top officers in the Texas Rangers, the statewide police agency, began to hunt for de la Rosa and his men. He “managed to slip away from the posse but many innocent Mexicanos in the vicinity of Norias were shot down,” wrote Mendoza. ” Law enforcement officials certainly had to respond to outlaws who murdered people.

In a few short weeks, Spain was defeated and the United States took control of Cuba. In Tampa, tensions had built up between Cubans and Spaniards right from the founding of Ybor City. It was to be expected, since Cubans were fighting to free themselves of Spain’s rule. Sometimes the rivalry turned violent. “Ybor City is bitterly divided into two groups: Cubans and Spaniards,” wrote Consuelo Stebbins in City of Intrigue, Nest of Revolution. ” Yet in some ways it was a family fight. Many of the Cuban activists, including Martí himself, were the sons or 1898 TO W O R L D W A R II 28 daughters of Spaniards.

The presence of that culture dates from the time the first Spanish colonists settled northern New Mexico in 1598. The seat of government, Santa Fe, officially became a capital of the territory in 1610. This makes it the oldest capital city in the United States. The entire Southwest was part of Spain’s overseas empire until the 1820s, when Mexico won its independence from Spain. Then the Southwest became part of Mexico. After the United States defeated Mexico in the war of 1846 to 1848, Americans claimed the territory.

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