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A Chicano in the White House: The Nixon No One Knew by Dr. Henry M. Ramirez PDF

By Dr. Henry M. Ramirez

ISBN-10: 0615821936

ISBN-13: 9780615821931

A Chicano within the White home is the 1st booklet to inform the unknown tale of President Richard M. Nixon and the Chicanos. Nixon came across us. He made us identified and recognized. merely Nixon or i may have written this ebook. He and that i are the single ones who knew what visions we mentioned and deliberate within the Oval workplace. it's a disclosure of ways his visionary activities introduced an unknown, forgotten, and conquered raza into mainstream America.

I current info of the 1st “exodus” in the course of the Twenties of just about million rural and illiterate, landless peasants from a feudal society to the Midwest and Southwest of the us, the place they tested “little Mexico’s” known as barrios. The Mexican Revolution of 1910 became gruesome after 1913 whilst the leaders of the Marxist Union named overseas staff of the area, (I.W.W.) of Baltimore, Maryland, imposed a quasi-Stalinist regime and proceeded to persecute and try to do away with the Catholic Church in Mexico. The atrocities opposed to Catholics prompted worried flight on empty boxcars to “El Norte.”

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Stinkards H. Adena L. wickiups 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ 11. ____ 12. ____ Part II. Multiple Choice. Match the answers shown below with the statements given above. Place the letters of the correct answers in the spaces below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Native American tribal group whose name translates “The People of the Longhouse” Bark-covered dome houses erected by Northeastern tribes One of the tribes of the League of the Six Nations Name given Algonquian confederacy chief of notable wisdom and authority Tribal clan division responsible for various functions within a tribe Algonquian name for the spirits found in everything in nature Plains shelter consisting of lodge poles placed in a conical shape and covered with hides Name given the horse by some Plains Indians tribes Device attached behind a horse or dog to pull a dead weight behind it Leather pouch used by Plains Indians for storage Food mixture of animal fat, pulverized jerky, and berries Most fierce of the Plains Indians military societies A.

But he would give those he hated the most the greater number of gifts. In reality, the “gifts” were not gifts. Within one year, the guests were expected to pay the host back for his gifts to them at a rate of 100 percent interest! This meant that for every blanket you were given, you were to repay with two. Guests could not refuse to attend a potlatch when invited and to fail to repay double after a year was a complete disgrace. Failure to pay might cause the guest to sell himself into slavery.

As sedentary people, they made pottery for storage and cooking, rather than relying on the use of animal skin bags, as was the custom with most of the more nomadic Great Plains tribes. A wooden frame was built up from the pit floor, and poles were lashed together, then covered with several layers of willow branches. On top of this wooden framework, the Mandan placed a layer of prairie grass to provide a roof covering and much needed insulation against the hot summers and frigid winters. Sod was then placed on top of the willow branches and grasses to provide the final roofing layer for the dwelling.

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