The Resource Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012, prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012, prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

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Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012
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Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012
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prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives
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"A compilation of historical essays and short biographies about 91 Hispanic-Americans who served in Congress from 1822 to 2012"--Provided by publisher
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1969-
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  • Wasniewski, Matthew A.
  • Kowalewski, Albin
  • O'Hara, Laura Turner
  • Rucker, Terrance
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
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  • House document
  • HeinOnline U.S. Congressional documents
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108-225
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  • United States
  • Hispanic American legislators
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Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012, prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives
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Editor, Matthew A. Wasniewski, Historian of the U.S. House of Representatives; co-editors, Albin J. Kowalewski, Laura Turner O'Hara, and Terrance Rucker, Office of the Historian, U.S. House of Representatives
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unknown
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • cr
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Contents
  • Hispanic Americans as percentage of Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1821-2012
  • Length of service of Hispanic-American members of Congress 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • pt. I.
  • Former Hispanic-American members
  • From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic Congressional representation in the era of U.S. continental expansion, 1822-1898
  • Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and westward expansion
  • Adams-Onís Treaty (Transcontinental Treaty)
  • Manifest destiny
  • Texas revolution and annexation
  • Alphabetical list of Hispanic-American members of Congress
  • War with Mexico and the Southwest
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Statutory representation
  • Precongressional experience
  • Family origins
  • Overview of New Mexico politics, 1848-1898
  • Santa Fe Ring
  • Crafting an identity
  • Contested elections
  • Cultural factionalism and Nuevomexicano elites
  • Introduction
  • Social experiences in Washington, D.C.
  • Legislative interests
  • Committee assignments
  • Infrastructure improvements and land grants
  • Indian relations
  • Slavery
  • Statehood
  • Stats charts : Hispanic-American members by office, 1822-1898
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory (first elected 1822-1898)
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 17th Congress (1821-1823)
  • Experiences of Hispanic Americans and other minorities in Congress
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 33rd-34th Congresses (1853-1857)
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 35th-55th Congresses (1857-1899)
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1822-1884
  • Former members 1822-1898
  • Joseph Marion Hernández
  • José Manuel Gallegos
  • Miguel Antonio Otero
  • Francisco Perea
  • José Francisco Chaves
  • Romualdo Pacheco
  • From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic-American representation, 1822-1898
  • Trinidad Romero
  • Mariano Sabino Otero
  • Tranquilino Luna
  • Francisco Antonio Manzanares --
  • "Foreign in a domestic sense," 1898-1945
  • Separate interests to national agendas
  • Strength in numbers, challenges in diversity, 1977-2012
  • Stats charts : Hispanic Americans in Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • Spanish-American War
  • Overview of Puerto Rican politics, 1898-1900
  • The
  • Foraker Act and its discontents
  • Insular cases
  • The
  • Jones Act of 1917 : origins and discontents
  • The
  • ongoing questions of Puerto Rican status
  • Crafting an identity
  • "Foreign in a domestic sense : Hispanic Americans in congress during the age of U.S. colonialism and global expansion, 1898-1945
  • The
  • Office of Resident Commissioner
  • Table : political parties of Puerto Rico, founded 1898-1945
  • Puerto Ricans in Washington
  • The
  • language barrier
  • "Porto Rico" to "Puerto Rico"
  • Political and ethnic shifts in New Mexico
  • Legislative interests
  • Committee assignments
  • Precongressional ans Washington experiences
  • The
  • Great Depression and the New Deal
  • "The
  • great social laboratory"
  • Puerto Rican independence
  • Puerto Rico's continental governors
  • E. Mont Reily
  • World War II and Rexford Tugwell
  • The
  • Chavez and Bell Committees
  • Family/ethnic roots
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 56th-78th Congresses (1899-1945)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 56th-78th Congresses (1899-1945)
  • Hispanic-American member by office, 1898-1945
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1898-1943
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress first elected 1898-1942
  • Former members 1898-1945
  • Pedro Perea
  • Federico Degetau
  • Tulio Larrínaga
  • Luis Muñoz Rivera
  • Age relative to the rest of the congressional population
  • Ladislas Lazaro
  • Benigno Cárdenas Hernández
  • Félix Córdova Dávila
  • Néstor Montoya
  • Octaviano A. Larrazolo
  • Dennis Chavez
  • Joachim Octave Fernández
  • José Lorenzo Pesquera
  • Santiago Iglesias
  • Bolívar Pagán
  • Education, professions, and prior political experience
  • Antonio M. Fernández --
  • D.C. residences and careerism in Congress
  • Puerto Rico
  • U.S. expansionism and the Caribbean
  • Numbers of Hispanic Americans in Congress
  • Legislative interests
  • Unidos Meeting of 1971
  • Depression, war and civil rights
  • Hispanics in the Southwest
  • Repatriation during the Great Depression
  • Hispanic Americans during World War II
  • Dennis Chavez and the creation of the Fair Employment Practices Committee
  • The
  • Bracero Program
  • Separate interests to national agendas
  • Illegal immigration and the end of the Bracero Program
  • Hispanic interests and political representation after World War II (1945-1970)
  • The
  • Civil Rights Movement and its influence on Mexican Americans
  • 1960 presidential election and Mexican-American politics
  • Rise of the Chicano Movement
  • Puerto Rico
  • Puerto Rican migration and political participation
  • Antecedents of the Estado Libre Asociado (ELA)
  • "In the nature of a compact" : the development of ELA
  • Hispanic-American members of Congress in the Civil rights Era, 1945-1977
  • Reactions to the ELA
  • The
  • Nationalists and the ELA
  • Changes in the role of the resident commissioner
  • Expanding the rights of territorial delegates and the resident commissioner
  • Hispanic Americans in Congress and the Cold War
  • The
  • founding of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 79th-94th Congresses (1945-1977)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 79th-94th Congresses (1945-1977)
  • Precongressional experience
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1945-1977
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1945-1977
  • Puerto Rican population growth in the United States, 1900-2010
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1944-1976
  • Jesús T. Piñero
  • Antonio Fernós-Isern
  • Joseph M. Montoya
  • Henry B. González
  • Edward R. Roybal
  • Eligio (Kika) de la Garza II
  • Family/ethnic roots
  • Santiago Polanco-Abreu
  • Jorge Luis córdova-díaz
  • Manuel Luján, Jr.
  • Herman Badillo
  • Jaime Benítez
  • Ron de Lugo --
  • Age relative to the rest of the Congressional population
  • Education, professions, and prior political experience
  • Crafting an identity
  • Committee assignments and leadership
  • Hispanic committee leaders and assignments
  • House Committee assignments
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus
  • Congressional Hispanic Conference
  • Hispanic Americans' legislative interests
  • Civil rights
  • Voting rights
  • Bilingual education
  • Border control and immigration
  • Unsuccessful attempts at immigration reform
  • Strength in numbers, challenges in diversity : legislative trends and power sharing among Hispanic Americans in Congress , 1977-2012
  • The
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
  • Immigration reform in the 1990s
  • Border control and immigration after September 11, 2001
  • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
  • Legislative interests in the territories
  • Puerto Rico, Section 936. and Statehood
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 95th-112th Congresses (1977-2012)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 95th-112th Congresses (1977-2012)
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1977-2012
  • Background and pre-congressional experience
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1976-2012
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1976-September 3, 2012
  • Former member 1977-2012
  • Baltasar Corrada-del-Río
  • Robert Garcia
  • Tony Coelho
  • Matthew G. Martínez
  • Solomon P. Ortiz
  • Bill Richardson
  • Esteban Edward Torres
  • Family connections, gender, and ethnic roots
  • Ben Garrido Blaz
  • Albert G. Bustamante
  • Jaime B. Fuster
  • Antonio J. Colorado
  • Henry Bonilla
  • Lincoln Diaz-Balart
  • Carlos A. Romero-Barceló
  • Frank Tejeda
  • Robert A. Underwood
  • Ciro D. Rodriguez
  • Increasing diversity of Hispanic members
  • Aníbal Acevedo-Vilá
  • Hilda L. Solis
  • Dennis A. Cardoza
  • Luis G. Fortuño
  • Mel Martinez
  • John Salazar
  • Ken Salazar --
  • Crafting an identity
  • Representatives and Senators
  • Statutory representatives
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Charles A. Gonzalez
  • Raúl M. Grijalva
  • Luis V. Gutierrez
  • Rubén Hinojosa
  • Ben Ray Luján
  • Robert Menendez
  • Grace Flores Napolitano
  • Devin Nunes
  • Ed Pastor
  • Pedro Pierluisi
  • pt. II.
  • Silvestre Reyes
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
  • Lucille Roybal-Allard
  • Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan
  • Linda T. Sánchez
  • Loretta Sanchez
  • José E. Serrano
  • Albio Sires
  • Nydia M. Velázquez
  • First term Hispanic-American members of the 112th Congress : Francisco (Quico) Canseco
  • Current Hispanic-American members
  • Bill Flores
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler
  • Raúl R. Labrador
  • David Rivera
  • Marco Rubio --
  • Introduction
  • Joe Baca
  • Xavier Becerra
  • Jim Costa
  • Henry Cuellar
  • Mario Diaz-Balart
  • Appendix E.
  • Hispanic-American chairs of subcommittees of standing committees in the U.S. House and Senate, 1949-2012
  • Appendix F.
  • Hispanic Americans in U.S. House party leadership positions, 1987-2012
  • Appendix G.
  • Hispanic-American familial connections in Congress
  • Appendix H.
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Congressional Hispanic Conference chairmen and chairwomen, 1976-2012
  • Appendix I.
  • Constitutional amendments, treaties, and major acts of Congress referenced in the text
  • Appendix A.
  • Appendix J.
  • Original text of political poems and songs referenced in contextual essays
  • Appendix K. Glossary
  • Hispanic-American Representatives, Senators, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners by Congress, 1822-2012
  • Appendix B.
  • Hispanic-American Representatives, Senators, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners by State and Territory, 1822-2012
  • Appendix C.
  • Hispanic-American members' committee assignments (Standing, Joint, Select) in the U.S. House and Senate, 1822-2012
  • Appendix D.
  • Hispanic Americans who have chaired congressional committees, 1881-2012
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Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-2012, prepared under the direction of the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives, Daniel E. Lungren, chairman, Robert A. Brady, ranking minority member, by the Office of the Historian and Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives
Publication
Distribution
Note
Editor, Matthew A. Wasniewski, Historian of the U.S. House of Representatives; co-editors, Albin J. Kowalewski, Laura Turner O'Hara, and Terrance Rucker, Office of the Historian, U.S. House of Representatives
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Hispanic Americans as percentage of Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1821-2012
  • Length of service of Hispanic-American members of Congress 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • pt. I.
  • Former Hispanic-American members
  • From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic Congressional representation in the era of U.S. continental expansion, 1822-1898
  • Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and westward expansion
  • Adams-Onís Treaty (Transcontinental Treaty)
  • Manifest destiny
  • Texas revolution and annexation
  • Alphabetical list of Hispanic-American members of Congress
  • War with Mexico and the Southwest
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Statutory representation
  • Precongressional experience
  • Family origins
  • Overview of New Mexico politics, 1848-1898
  • Santa Fe Ring
  • Crafting an identity
  • Contested elections
  • Cultural factionalism and Nuevomexicano elites
  • Introduction
  • Social experiences in Washington, D.C.
  • Legislative interests
  • Committee assignments
  • Infrastructure improvements and land grants
  • Indian relations
  • Slavery
  • Statehood
  • Stats charts : Hispanic-American members by office, 1822-1898
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory (first elected 1822-1898)
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 17th Congress (1821-1823)
  • Experiences of Hispanic Americans and other minorities in Congress
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 33rd-34th Congresses (1853-1857)
  • Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 35th-55th Congresses (1857-1899)
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1822-1884
  • Former members 1822-1898
  • Joseph Marion Hernández
  • José Manuel Gallegos
  • Miguel Antonio Otero
  • Francisco Perea
  • José Francisco Chaves
  • Romualdo Pacheco
  • From Democracy's borderlands : Hispanic-American representation, 1822-1898
  • Trinidad Romero
  • Mariano Sabino Otero
  • Tranquilino Luna
  • Francisco Antonio Manzanares --
  • "Foreign in a domestic sense," 1898-1945
  • Separate interests to national agendas
  • Strength in numbers, challenges in diversity, 1977-2012
  • Stats charts : Hispanic Americans in Congress, 17th-112th Congresses (1821-2012)
  • Spanish-American War
  • Overview of Puerto Rican politics, 1898-1900
  • The
  • Foraker Act and its discontents
  • Insular cases
  • The
  • Jones Act of 1917 : origins and discontents
  • The
  • ongoing questions of Puerto Rican status
  • Crafting an identity
  • "Foreign in a domestic sense : Hispanic Americans in congress during the age of U.S. colonialism and global expansion, 1898-1945
  • The
  • Office of Resident Commissioner
  • Table : political parties of Puerto Rico, founded 1898-1945
  • Puerto Ricans in Washington
  • The
  • language barrier
  • "Porto Rico" to "Puerto Rico"
  • Political and ethnic shifts in New Mexico
  • Legislative interests
  • Committee assignments
  • Precongressional ans Washington experiences
  • The
  • Great Depression and the New Deal
  • "The
  • great social laboratory"
  • Puerto Rican independence
  • Puerto Rico's continental governors
  • E. Mont Reily
  • World War II and Rexford Tugwell
  • The
  • Chavez and Bell Committees
  • Family/ethnic roots
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 56th-78th Congresses (1899-1945)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 56th-78th Congresses (1899-1945)
  • Hispanic-American member by office, 1898-1945
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1898-1943
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress first elected 1898-1942
  • Former members 1898-1945
  • Pedro Perea
  • Federico Degetau
  • Tulio Larrínaga
  • Luis Muñoz Rivera
  • Age relative to the rest of the congressional population
  • Ladislas Lazaro
  • Benigno Cárdenas Hernández
  • Félix Córdova Dávila
  • Néstor Montoya
  • Octaviano A. Larrazolo
  • Dennis Chavez
  • Joachim Octave Fernández
  • José Lorenzo Pesquera
  • Santiago Iglesias
  • Bolívar Pagán
  • Education, professions, and prior political experience
  • Antonio M. Fernández --
  • D.C. residences and careerism in Congress
  • Puerto Rico
  • U.S. expansionism and the Caribbean
  • Numbers of Hispanic Americans in Congress
  • Legislative interests
  • Unidos Meeting of 1971
  • Depression, war and civil rights
  • Hispanics in the Southwest
  • Repatriation during the Great Depression
  • Hispanic Americans during World War II
  • Dennis Chavez and the creation of the Fair Employment Practices Committee
  • The
  • Bracero Program
  • Separate interests to national agendas
  • Illegal immigration and the end of the Bracero Program
  • Hispanic interests and political representation after World War II (1945-1970)
  • The
  • Civil Rights Movement and its influence on Mexican Americans
  • 1960 presidential election and Mexican-American politics
  • Rise of the Chicano Movement
  • Puerto Rico
  • Puerto Rican migration and political participation
  • Antecedents of the Estado Libre Asociado (ELA)
  • "In the nature of a compact" : the development of ELA
  • Hispanic-American members of Congress in the Civil rights Era, 1945-1977
  • Reactions to the ELA
  • The
  • Nationalists and the ELA
  • Changes in the role of the resident commissioner
  • Expanding the rights of territorial delegates and the resident commissioner
  • Hispanic Americans in Congress and the Cold War
  • The
  • founding of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 79th-94th Congresses (1945-1977)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 79th-94th Congresses (1945-1977)
  • Precongressional experience
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1945-1977
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1945-1977
  • Puerto Rican population growth in the United States, 1900-2010
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1944-1976
  • Jesús T. Piñero
  • Antonio Fernós-Isern
  • Joseph M. Montoya
  • Henry B. González
  • Edward R. Roybal
  • Eligio (Kika) de la Garza II
  • Family/ethnic roots
  • Santiago Polanco-Abreu
  • Jorge Luis córdova-díaz
  • Manuel Luján, Jr.
  • Herman Badillo
  • Jaime Benítez
  • Ron de Lugo --
  • Age relative to the rest of the Congressional population
  • Education, professions, and prior political experience
  • Crafting an identity
  • Committee assignments and leadership
  • Hispanic committee leaders and assignments
  • House Committee assignments
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus
  • Congressional Hispanic Conference
  • Hispanic Americans' legislative interests
  • Civil rights
  • Voting rights
  • Bilingual education
  • Border control and immigration
  • Unsuccessful attempts at immigration reform
  • Strength in numbers, challenges in diversity : legislative trends and power sharing among Hispanic Americans in Congress , 1977-2012
  • The
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
  • Immigration reform in the 1990s
  • Border control and immigration after September 11, 2001
  • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
  • Legislative interests in the territories
  • Puerto Rico, Section 936. and Statehood
  • Stat charts : Party divisions in the House of Representatives, 95th-112th Congresses (1977-2012)
  • Party divisions in the Senate, 95th-112th Congresses (1977-2012)
  • Hispanic-American members by office, 1977-2012
  • Background and pre-congressional experience
  • Hispanic-American members by state and territory, first elected 1976-2012
  • Congressional service, for Hispanic Americans in Congress, first elected 1976-September 3, 2012
  • Former member 1977-2012
  • Baltasar Corrada-del-Río
  • Robert Garcia
  • Tony Coelho
  • Matthew G. Martínez
  • Solomon P. Ortiz
  • Bill Richardson
  • Esteban Edward Torres
  • Family connections, gender, and ethnic roots
  • Ben Garrido Blaz
  • Albert G. Bustamante
  • Jaime B. Fuster
  • Antonio J. Colorado
  • Henry Bonilla
  • Lincoln Diaz-Balart
  • Carlos A. Romero-Barceló
  • Frank Tejeda
  • Robert A. Underwood
  • Ciro D. Rodriguez
  • Increasing diversity of Hispanic members
  • Aníbal Acevedo-Vilá
  • Hilda L. Solis
  • Dennis A. Cardoza
  • Luis G. Fortuño
  • Mel Martinez
  • John Salazar
  • Ken Salazar --
  • Crafting an identity
  • Representatives and Senators
  • Statutory representatives
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Charles A. Gonzalez
  • Raúl M. Grijalva
  • Luis V. Gutierrez
  • Rubén Hinojosa
  • Ben Ray Luján
  • Robert Menendez
  • Grace Flores Napolitano
  • Devin Nunes
  • Ed Pastor
  • Pedro Pierluisi
  • pt. II.
  • Silvestre Reyes
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
  • Lucille Roybal-Allard
  • Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan
  • Linda T. Sánchez
  • Loretta Sanchez
  • José E. Serrano
  • Albio Sires
  • Nydia M. Velázquez
  • First term Hispanic-American members of the 112th Congress : Francisco (Quico) Canseco
  • Current Hispanic-American members
  • Bill Flores
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler
  • Raúl R. Labrador
  • David Rivera
  • Marco Rubio --
  • Introduction
  • Joe Baca
  • Xavier Becerra
  • Jim Costa
  • Henry Cuellar
  • Mario Diaz-Balart
  • Appendix E.
  • Hispanic-American chairs of subcommittees of standing committees in the U.S. House and Senate, 1949-2012
  • Appendix F.
  • Hispanic Americans in U.S. House party leadership positions, 1987-2012
  • Appendix G.
  • Hispanic-American familial connections in Congress
  • Appendix H.
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Congressional Hispanic Conference chairmen and chairwomen, 1976-2012
  • Appendix I.
  • Constitutional amendments, treaties, and major acts of Congress referenced in the text
  • Appendix A.
  • Appendix J.
  • Original text of political poems and songs referenced in contextual essays
  • Appendix K. Glossary
  • Hispanic-American Representatives, Senators, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners by Congress, 1822-2012
  • Appendix B.
  • Hispanic-American Representatives, Senators, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners by State and Territory, 1822-2012
  • Appendix C.
  • Hispanic-American members' committee assignments (Standing, Joint, Select) in the U.S. House and Senate, 1822-2012
  • Appendix D.
  • Hispanic Americans who have chaired congressional committees, 1881-2012
Control code
ccn00695038
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Extent
1 online resource (ix, 764 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
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Specific material designation
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