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Synonyms for Spanish American

an American whose first language is Spanish

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In 1898, after the sinking of the USS Maine in Havana Harbor, pro-war arguments in the American press induced public opinion to favor fighting what would become the Spanish-American War.
Although prohibited by colonial administration, intellectual and political leaders of Spanish-American independence examined and circulated documents from the United States' revolutionary age (De Onis, 1952: 37).
An Annotated Bibliography, Lincoln, Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, co-authors M.
But there is no doubt that the sinking of the Maine contributed mightily to the start of the Spanish-American War two month later.
Since the Spanish-American War, Worcester and its citizens have been naming intersections and streets after the heroes of our wars, and this section of Worcester took the name of a very young soldier indeed.
Unraveling the Real: The Fantastic in Spanish-American Ficciones.
From liberation to conquest; the visual and popular cultures of the Spanish-American War of 1898.
From Liberation to Conquest: The Visual and Popular Cultures of the Spanish-American War of 1898 explores how the American people supported the nation's entry into the Spanish-American War of 1898, which led to U.
Five members of Oregon's 2nd, veterans of the Spanish-American War and its evil twin, the Philippine Insurrection, lie together in Eugene's Pioneer Cemetery.
That calculation shows that the Afghan and Iraq wars combined have been less of an economic burden than any American war except for the 1898-99 Spanish-American War and 1991 Persian Gulf War, neither of which even lasted a full year.
Global Intrigues: The Era of The Spanish-American War and The Rise of the United States to World Power.
The War Lovers' is a captivating chronicle of war fever and calculated crisis, manipulated by key leaders in the run-up to the twentieth century and culminating in the Spanish-American War.
As a result of the Spanish-American War, the United States gained overseas territories, thus greatly expanding the scope of the Signal Corps' duties.
Encyclopedia of the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars
The book traces the development of modern Cuba by following the history of the Bacardi family and their rum-making business from the purchase of the first distillery in 1862 through the Spanish-American War, the Cuban revolution, and the post-Fidel Castro transition.