Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo
This special series focuses on the unique contributions Hispanics have made in the United States from the earliest Spanish explorers to the many successful Latinos in contemporary America. Each book provides historical and factual easy-reading stories. The books are jam-packed with information and contain between 7500 and 9000 words.19th century military man who supported U.S. annexation of California. Served in the state's first Senate.
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