Hispanics       andWestward expansion.          • Presentation was prepared by            Davidova Galina            Vaduh...
HispanicsIn Spanish «hispano» means «relating to Spain».Today the name Hispanics is commonly used inthe United States for ...
Hispanic population in the USA•Hispanics comprise 15.08% of the USpopulation, or about 45 million people in 2007•If this g...
Hispanics in America• California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico,  Arizona, Nevada and Florida have been  home to Hispanic pe...
Westward expansion• The first contact between Spanish and  American people was in 1492(Christopher  Columb expedition)
Westward expansion• The Spanish were the  first European  explorers who sailed  along the cost of  California from the  be...
Westward expansion• 1528-1536 - a Spanish expedition from Florida  to the Gulf of California• 1687 - 1691 – Journeys of Fa...
Westward expansion• 1774-1791- the Spanish Crown sent several  expeditions to further explore and settle  California and p...
California missions               (1769-1823)• The California  Missions include  series of religious  outposts  establishe...
Rancho• The Spanish (and  later the Mexicans)  encouraged  settlement with large  land grants which  were turned into  ran...
Californios• “Californios” -  Spanish-speaking  people, who live in  California• By 1846, California  had a Spanish-  spea...
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo• The Treaty of  Guadalupe Hidalgo -  signed on February 2,  1848• Marked the end of the  M...
Incorporation of the Hispanic             people• After the Treaty of  Guadalupe-Hidalgo  in 1848 and the  Gadsden Purchas...
Gold Rush               (1848-1855)• During the California Gold Rush, at least  25,000 Mexicans and thousands of Chileans,...
Flag of Hispanics• The white  background - stands  for peace• The Inti (sun god in  Inca mythology)  symbolizes the light ...
Hispanic population in the USA                          Mexicans                          Puerto Ricans                   ...
Hispanic Population          http://pewhispanic.org/states/population/
Sources• http://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/• http://pewhispanic.org/• http://www.bing.com/reference/semhtml/Histo  ry_of_Hisp...
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  1. 1. Hispanics andWestward expansion. • Presentation was prepared by Davidova Galina Vaduhina Yulia
  2. 2. HispanicsIn Spanish «hispano» means «relating to Spain».Today the name Hispanics is commonly used inthe United States for peoplewith origins in Spanish–speaking countries.
  3. 3. Hispanic population in the USA•Hispanics comprise 15.08% of the USpopulation, or about 45 million people in 2007•If this growth rate continues, Hispanics in theUnited States will number anywhere from80 million to over 100 million by 2050. 100 80 числ. мил. 60 40 20 0 1980 1990 2000 2007 2050 год http://pewhispanic.org
  4. 4. Hispanics in America• California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and Florida have been home to Hispanic peoples since the 16th
  5. 5. Westward expansion• The first contact between Spanish and American people was in 1492(Christopher Columb expedition)
  6. 6. Westward expansion• The Spanish were the first European explorers who sailed along the cost of California from the beginning of the 16 century• Hernan Сortes during his expedition reached the peninsula of Baja California www.astrored.org
  7. 7. Westward expansion• 1528-1536 - a Spanish expedition from Florida to the Gulf of California• 1687 - 1691 – Journeys of Father Eusebio Kino
  8. 8. Westward expansion• 1774-1791- the Spanish Crown sent several expeditions to further explore and settle California and possibly the Pacific Northwest.• 1775 - two-ship exploration expedition led by Spanish Captain Don Bruno de Heceta
  9. 9. California missions (1769-1823)• The California Missions include series of religious outposts established to spread the Christian doctrine among the local Native Americans http://missions.bgmm.com
  10. 10. Rancho• The Spanish (and later the Mexicans) encouraged settlement with large land grants which were turned into ranchos, where cattle and sheep were raised.
  11. 11. Californios• “Californios” - Spanish-speaking people, who live in California• By 1846, California had a Spanish- speaking population of under 10,000.
  12. 12. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo• The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo - signed on February 2, 1848• Marked the end of the Mexican-American War.• Mexico formally ceded California (and other northern territories) to the United States http://www.umich.edu
  13. 13. Incorporation of the Hispanic people• After the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo in 1848 and the Gadsden Purchase the vast majority of Hispanic populations chose to stay and become full US citizens. http://www.umich.edu
  14. 14. Gold Rush (1848-1855)• During the California Gold Rush, at least 25,000 Mexicans and thousands of Chileans, Peruvians, and other Latin Americans immigrated to California.
  15. 15. Flag of Hispanics• The white background - stands for peace• The Inti (sun god in Inca mythology) symbolizes the light shining on the American continent• Three crosses represent Christopher Columbus caravels
  16. 16. Hispanic population in the USA Mexicans Puerto Ricans Cubans Salvadorans 11% 1% 1% Dominicans 1% 2% 2% Guatemalans 3% Colombians 3% Hondurans 3% Ecuadorians 9% 64% Peruvians other
  17. 17. Hispanic Population http://pewhispanic.org/states/population/
  18. 18. Sources• http://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/• http://pewhispanic.org/• http://www.bing.com/reference/semhtml/Histo ry_of_Hispanic_and_Latino_Americans• http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Hispanics• http://americanhistory.about.com/od/hispanica merican/HispanicAmerican_History.htm• http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Hispanic
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