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A History of Hispanic Achievement in America

"A History of Hispanic Achievement in America" is a rich history that began 500 years ago when Christopher Columbus stepped ashore in the new world.
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Spain Comes to the New World (1492 - 1538)
  • 1492 - Christopher Columbus Arrives in the New World
  • 1513 - Ponce de Leon Discovers Florida
  • 1514 - Bartolome' de las Casas Establishes Anti - Racism Policy in Spanish Colonies
  • 1519 - Hernan Cortes Brings Horses From Spain to the Americas
HHA-001 $25.00/yr
Spanish American Exploration and Colonization (1539 - 1719)
  • 1539 - Hernando De Soto Explores Southern U.S.
  • 1540 - Francisco Vasques de Coronado Maps America's Southwest
  • 1565 - Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles Founds Florida's St. Augustine
  • 1608 - Juan De Onate Expedition Establishes Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1711 - Gallegos Family, Pioneers of the Desert Southwest
HHA-002 $25.00/yr
Spanish Americans Move Toward Independence (1720 - 1818)
  • 1720 - Father Antonio Margil de Jesus Helps Found San Antonio, Texas
  • 1740 - Governor Manuel de Montiano Defends St. Augustine Against English Attack
  • 1769 - Junipero Serra Founds a Mission in San Diego
  • 1779 - Bernardo de Galvez Leads Spanish Forces Against Britain in America's Fight for Freedom
  • 1810 - Spain's North American Colonists Begin Forging an American Hispanic Identity
HHA-003 $25.00/yr
A New Hispanic Identity Emerges (1819 - 1847)
  • 1819 - Luis de Onis Prevents a War Between Spain and the United States
  • 1821 - Don Facundo Melgares Inaugurates Trade on the Santa Fe Trail
  • 1836 - Jose Antonio Navarro and Lorenzo de Zavala, Founding Fathers of the Texas Republic
  • 1836 - Juan Seguin Stands with Americans at the Battle of the Alamo
  • 1836 - Juana Briones Establishes San Francisco
HHA-004 $25.00/yr
Hispanics Become United States Citizens (1848 - 1897)
  • 1848 - The Treaty Guadalupe Hidalgo Cedes Mexican Southwest to the United States
  • 1853 - Joaquin Murieta Becomes the Inspiration for the Cisco Kid and Zorro
  • 1855 - Francisco Ramirez Founds the First Spanish Language Newspaper in Los Angeles
  • 1862 - Indian Fighter Rafael Chacon and Kit Carson Defeat the Navajo
  • 1863 - Hispanics Distinguish Themselves in the American Civil War
  • 1866 - David Farragut Becomes the First Admiral in the U.S. Navy
  • 1866 - Mexican Vaqueros Begin the American Cowboy Tradition
HHA-005 $25.00/yr
Hispanics Become an American Minority (1898 - 1958)
  • 1898 - Spanish American War
  • 1905 - Noted Philosopher George Santayana Publishes The Life of Reason
  • 1929 - United States Begins Its Mexican American Repatriation Campaign
  • 1936 - Dennis Chavez is First Hispanic Elected to the U.S. Senate
  • 1944 - Luis Walter Alvarez Helps Develop Atomic Bomb
  • 1949 - Pancho Gonzales Becomes First Hispanic American Superstar
HHA-006 $25.00/yr
Emergence of a Unique Hispanic Culture (1959 - 1968)
  • 1959 - Ritchie Valens Initiates Hispanic/Latin Renaissance in American Culture
  • 1961 - Emilio Azcarraga Brings Hispanic Television to the United States
  • 1963 - Poet William Carlos Williams Wins the Pulitzer Prize
  • 1963 - Joan Baez Sings at Civil Rights March on Washington D.C.
  • 1965 - Cesar Chavez Founds the United Farm Workers of America
HHA-007 $25.00/yr
Era of the Hispanic American Hero Begins (1969 - 2007)
  • 1969 - Judy Baca Brings the Hispanic Muralist Movement to the United States
  • 1973 - Roberto Clemente is the First Hispanic Elected into Baseball's Hall of Fame
  • 1978 - Hispanic Golfer Nancy Lopez Wins Her First LPGA Championship
  • 1980 - Walter Alvarez Proposes Dinosaur Extinction Caused by Asteroid Impact
  • 1986 - Franklin Chang - Diaz Becomes the First Hispanic American in Space
  • 1990 - Dr. Antonia Novello, First Hispanic Surgeon General
  • 2001 - Linda Alvarado Wins Horatio Alger Award
HHA-008 $25.00/yr