The Hispanic 100

The Hispanic 100

A Ranking of the Latino Men and Women Who Have Most Influenced American Thought and Culture

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Celebrating the contributions of significant Hispanic and Latino men and women in virtually every walk of life, a lavishly illustrated volume includes mini biographies of such figures as Cesar Chavez, Placido Domingo, and Desi Arnaz.

Book News
Celebrates the lives of 100 Americans of Latino or Hispanic ancestry who have made outstanding contributions in fields including science, education, government, labor relations, and entertainment. Short biographies of individuals including Cesar Chavez, Joan Baez, Anthony Quinn, and George Santayana contain b&w photos. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Blackwell North Amer
By the year 2000, Spanish-speaking people will be the largest single minority in the United States. And before the middle of the next century, one out of three Americans will be of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. Still, very little is known in mainstream America - including our schools - about our Hispanic heroes and heroines and the enormous impact these sung and unsung Americans have had on our country from its earliest days.
The Hispanic 100 celebrates and ranks those men and women from every walk of life who have made outstanding contributions to many fields of endeavor - science, education, government, labor relations, entertainment, and the myriad other avenues of American life.

& Taylor

Profiles of the most influential Hispanic figures in America include success stories from the fields of philosophy, literature, entertainment, sports, and education

Publisher: New York : Carol Pub. Group, c1995.
ISBN: 9780806516516
Branch Call Number: R 301.451
Characteristics: xv, 495 p. : ports. ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Hispanic one hundred


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