A resource guide to Wisconsin's Hispanic community
Hispanics in Wisconsin: a bibliography of resource materials
The literature on Wisconsin's Hispanic community remains woefully sparse despite the fact that the Hispanic population has continued to grow throughout the 20th century, more than doubling between 1990 and 2000 alone. Some of the earliest Mexican immigrants to settle permanently in Wisconsin came following the outbreak of the Mexican revolution in 1910. Mexicans continued to be the dominant Spanish-speaking immigrants until the 1950s when Puerto Ricans began settling in more marked numbers.
Though not a primary source like most other documents at Turning Points, this resource guide lists all items about, for, or by Hispanics in Wisconsin. It is long out-of-print and therefore we thought it would be useful to share it with people who visit this page.
Wisconsin's Response to 20th-century change|
|Creator: ||Berry-Caban, Cristobal S.
|Pub Data: ||Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1981. ( Z1351 B47)
|Citation: ||Berry-Caban, Cristobal S. Hispanics in Wisconsin : a bibliography of resource materials. (Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1981); online facsimile at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1313
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