A Chicano in the White House: The Nixon No One Knew by Dr. Henry M. Ramirez

By Dr. Henry M. Ramirez

A Chicano within the White home is the 1st ebook to inform the unknown tale of President Richard M. Nixon and the Chicanos. Nixon stumbled on us. He made us identified and recognized. basically Nixon or i'll have written this ebook. He and that i are the one ones who knew what visions we mentioned and deliberate within the Oval workplace. it's a disclosure of the way his visionary activities introduced an unknown, forgotten, and conquered raza into mainstream America.

I current info of the 1st “exodus” in the course of the Twenties of virtually million rural and illiterate, landless peasants from a feudal society to the Midwest and Southwest of the us, the place they tested “little Mexico’s” referred to as barrios. The Mexican Revolution of 1910 grew to become gruesome after 1913 whilst the leaders of the Marxist Union named foreign staff of the area, (I.W.W.) of Baltimore, Maryland, imposed a quasi-Stalinist regime and proceeded to persecute and try to put off the Catholic Church in Mexico. The atrocities opposed to Catholics brought on anxious flight on empty boxcars to “El Norte.” -Amazon.ca

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The further calls to various activities and duties were sounded by drums and bugles. Morning assembly was followed by the call to breakfast. Next came sick call and calls to duty assignment, drill, target practice, or other tasks, such as repairing or even building the fort. At noon came the call to dinner, followed by more work during the afternoon. The supper call at evening was followed, at sunset, by the lowering of the flag. The soldiers were required to be in their quarters when retreat was sounded, and the day ended with taps.

Furthermore, a blockhouse on Signal Mountain, about six miles west of the post, was also built in 1871 as an outpost to warn the fort's soldiers of the arrival of friend or foe. Other redoubts were built at strategic places to guard the road from Fort Dodge, Kansas, to Camp Supply during the same period. Lieutenant Richard T. Jacob, 6th Infantry, described a small earthwork called Cimarron Redoubt that his company constructed on this road, 38 miles north of Camp Supply and about three miles from the Kansas/Indian Territory line: The redoubt which we built was about fifty feet square.

However, the black troopers were saved from being overrun when their corralled horses stampeded through the lines of their assailants. " Once in possession of the Army horses, the hostiles withdrew and formed a mile-wide line of battle. Refusing to accept the loss, Frohock deployed the bulk of his company as skirmishers, leaving the remainder to protect the camp. " The troopers kept up the chase for about four miles before running out of ammunition and yielding to the dark. After a vicious three-hour fight, 20 Indians lay dead and two troopers who guarded the cavalry horses at Old Fort Lancaster were missing presumed dead, having been surprised, roped and dragged away.

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