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The Spanish diaspora consists of Spanish people and their descendants who emigrated from Spain. The diaspora is concentrated in places that were part of the Spanish Empire

The Spanish diaspora consists of Spanish people and their descendants who emigrated from Spain. The diaspora is concentrated in places that were part of the Spanish Empire. Countries such as Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Paraguay, Cuba, Nicaragua and, to a lesser extent, Brazil, the United States, Canada and continental Europe.

The groundwork for interstate relations between Spain and the United States of America was laid by the colonization of parts of the Americas by Spain

The groundwork for interstate relations between Spain and the United States of America was laid by the colonization of parts of the Americas by Spain. The first settlement in Florida was Spanish, followed by more permanent, larger colonies in New Mexico, California, with a few elsewhere. The earliest Spanish settlements north of Mexico (known then as New Spain) were the results of the same forces that later led the British to come to that area.

Spanish-American War, 1898, brief conflict between Spain and the United States arising out of Spanish policies in. .

Spanish-American War, 1898, brief conflict between Spain and the United States arising out of Spanish policies in Cuba. It was, to a large degree, brought about by the efforts of . Women Nurses in the Spanish-American War By Graf, Mercedes H Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 2001.

new presence" in the Spanish society. Thus, immigrants come in "avalanches", "floods", invading national. territory; their actions are "intercepted" and they become subjects "without documents", "without an ID", "irregular", "illegal"

new presence" in the Spanish society. territory; their actions are "intercepted" and they become subjects "without documents", "without an ID", "irregular", "illegal". This negative representation of the foreigner gradually and constantly strengthen a. biased perception of immigration (Van Dijk, 1997), little related with the complete reality of the. phenomenon

During a heated debate on immigration in December 1920 in the House of Representatives, Washington . Congressman Harold Knutson took the floor and launched into a diatribe.

During a heated debate on immigration in December 1920 in the House of Representatives, Washington . Born in Norway, Knutson ranted about a certain type of foreigner who, in his view, came to the US to steal American jobs and spread radicalism. He said that the previous day he had been at Ellis Island, the point of entry for immigrants coming to the US, and had seen 2,000 people arriving from a certain dangerous country: Spain is a hotbed of anarchy

When Spanish colonisers travelled the world to spread the word of god and take precious metals in return, they . Some elements of older Spanish were kept, others dropped. One of the clearest examples of that process is the use of vos, primarily in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.

Some elements of older Spanish were kept, others dropped.

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Andrés Bello (1781–1865) is generally reckoned to be the foremost intellectual amongst opponents of the Spanish empire in the Americas after the Napoleonic Wars. 40 Bauer, Arnold . Chilean Rural Society from the Spanish Conquest to 1930 (Cambridge, 1975), 20–1. This article has been cited by the following publications.

A publication of th. Spanish, and/ or African descent. All this racial diversity and mixing eventually helped.

Spanish, and/ or African descent. produce a casta, or caste, society in Mexico, which was strati-fied by race and wealth (Rudolph and American University (Washington . Foreign Area Studies. The goal of this caste system (Table 1) was to show that certain racial mixtures were more positive than others. As it had in Mexico, a society stratified by class and color emerged in the Philippines, under Spanish rule (Table 2). Table 2: Philippines’ Colonial Social System (Source: Evelyn I. Rodriguez).

Fought in 1898, the Spanish-American War saw the US win a quick victory following the successful invasions of the .

Fought in 1898, the Spanish-American War saw the US win a quick victory following the successful invasions of the Philippines, Puerto Rico and Cuba. It was thought that from this location Dewey could quickly descend on the Spanish in the Philippines.