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The Spanish and America:
Between 1800-1899 over 4.5 million Spanish from Spain mainland enter the United States and establish the Catholic church all over the East Coast.

During 1822-1834 The Spanish migrate to the Southern States.

1849-1899 The Gold Rush of California and all states west of the Mississippi

1844-1865 The Industrial Revolution

1899 United States purchases West of the Mississippi and the island of Guam.
(The Treaty of Paris signed) allows Guam to be neutral in all wars domestic and foreign.All made official of the Queen of Spain and Basque Country.

1901 the American Mexican War against the US-"The fight to keep family land"now purchased by the United States.Augustus Emilio d' Este Zapata Cortese,Felix Don Frederick Luis Jose Benito Juarez,Franklin(Francisco)Pancho Villa,Francisco Carnito the Fastest Teenage Bandito of Lima,and the youngest boy ever to roam the plains Christopher the Cisco Kid Siegel who joined Pancho Villa and his crew at the age of 5.

Between 1901-1910 the Group now as "The Revoltionaries or Los Chamorros Revolvos"roamed the US maintaining their family land and keeping up Us and foreign ties


1911 Mexican Indpendence War-The Right to be a country with borders.

1919 The War of Prohibition-Spanish Aristocrats desire to preserve family traditions in the US.Us Marshalls destroy millions of dollars of Winery Property and old time saloons.

1920-1929 The Golden Age:Spanish Aristocrats win the war of Prohibition and bring culture to the United States in all forms.(Also known as the Rise of Castilleans in America:Literature,Fashion,Food,Music,Home,
and Traditions.The largest amount of people enter the Catholic Church in History between 1920-1929.(The Rise of The Catholic Church in America)

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  • U.S. States
  • Aug 23, 2006
  • English

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