Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David E. Hayes-Bautista|
|LC Classifications||F870.S75 H384 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780520272125, 9780520272132|
|LC Control Number||2011041840|
El Cinco de Mayo: An American Tradition by David E. Hayes-Bautista is a historical, societal and political look into the origins of the popular holiday, Cinco de Mayo, as an American invention and not one transplanted from Mexico/5(5). Reviews “El Cinco de Mayo does what I once thought impossible: explain the relevance and the importance of commemorating this day.”—Washington Independent Review of Books“A highly readable and important analysis not only of the holiday’s origins but also of the native-born and immigrant Latino communities that created it.”. Get this from a library! El Cinco de Mayo. [Julie Murray] -- This book introduces "Cinco de Mayo," a Mexican holiday celebrating the Mexican victory against the . Motivate learners with interesting one-page printable reading passages related to Cinco de Mayo and Mexican culture. Suitable for all readers and English Language Arts learners from 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade and up. Includes questions to test comprehension and close reading skills. Get started right away - no registration required.
An historical online presentation on the origins of the Cinco de Mayo celebration in California, based on Dr. David Hayes-Bautista’s book, “El Cinco de Mayo. These books may be available at your local library. You will find them at Amazon by clicking on the title of each book. Do not limit yourself to these books! There are many Cinco de Mayo books, fiction and non-fiction, that will help you with your preschool lesson plans! Cinco de Mayo, holiday celebrated in parts of Mexico and the United States in honor of a military victory in over the French forces of Napoleon III. It should not be confused with Mexican Independence Day, which falls on September 16 and was established in Learn more about Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. The day, which falls on Sunday, May 5 in , is also known as Battle of Puebla Day.
“David Hayes-Bautista’s fascinating study finds new sources that illuminate the California roots of Cinco de Mayo celebrations. But more than just uncovering the holiday’s true origins, El Cinco de Mayo offers a striking interpretation of the making of a Mexican-American culture in Civil War-Era North America.”—Stephen Aron, author of American Confluence: The 5/5(1). Get this from a library! El Cinco de Mayo. [Linda Lowery; Barbara Knutson] -- Examines the holiday that celebrates Mexico's victory over the Frencharmy at the Battle of Pueblo in Why is Cinco de Mayo—a holiday commemorating a Mexican victory over the French at Puebla in —so widely celebrated in California and across the United States, when it is scarcely observed in Mexico? As David E. Hayes-Bautista explains, the holiday is not Mexican at all, but rather an American one, created by Latinos in California during the mid 5/5(2). A common misconception in the United States is that Cinco de Mayo is Mexico's Independence Day, the most important national patriotic holiday in Mexico. Mexico celebrates Independence Day on the 16th of September, commemorating the beginning of the war of Independence (Septem , the " Cry of Dolores ").Location: Puebla City, Mexico.