By Julie M. Weise
Rooted in U.S. and Mexican archival study, oral historical past interviews, and relatives pictures, Corazon de Dixie finds not only the proof of Mexicanos' long-standing presence within the U.S. South but in addition their very own expectancies, options, and dreams.
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