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From Native Language to Foreign Language: Spanish in the 19th Century Schools

  • Author(s): Lamar Prieto, Covadonga
  • et al.
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Abstract

Bilingual education is not a recent issue in California. From the very beginning of the cultural encounter among Spanish and English speakers, we can find information in the newspapers about the situation. I will use 19th century articles from the Los AngelesTimes and El Clamor Público to present different sides of the confrontation. I will also useschool advertisements in order to understand which were the real educational options in Los Angeles in the middle of the 19th century.

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