i'mQuetzalcoatl, and I'm a anciant God of the Mesoamerican culture
Conquest of Mexico
viva! viva! viva!
viva la independecia de mexico! viva Miguel Hidalgo! viva jose maria morelos y pavo!
viva! viva! viva!
in this time period, people had to work in the corn fields in order to get some food, and they built temples like the temple of Quetzalcoatl.
The Conquest of Mexico, stared in Feb 1, 1519, in the Aztec Empire, the spaniards took over the Aztec Empire
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo officially titled the Treaty of Peace, Friendship, Limits and Settlement between the United States of America and the Mexican Republic, it was signed in february 2nd, 1848
and how this relates to your chicano class?
the independence of Mexico started in september 16 of 1810, where the mexicans defend their territory and the spaniards losses their continental area
Aztlan and Chicano Connection
it relates because thanks to all those people that live there in that territory, they adopt the name "chicanos" because they had Mexican and American culture
In the war U.S-Mexico, Mexico lost land. But the americans told to the mexicans that the people that were in the American terrain can stay there, but the Americans didn't let them stay in there
this treaty of peace caused a lot of problems because the Americans pull out all the Mexicans that were seattle in their lands
this was a peace treaty, that marks the limits of the land between The United States and the Mexican Republic
treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Today in my chicano class, we learn about how some states of The U.S they used to be part of the Mexican land, like California, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas, all this states used to be part of Mexico