Reflections on the Importance of Teaching Spanish Borderlands in the U.S. History Class
The reflects on the significance of teaching the Spanish borderlands in the United States history class. He argues that some teachers of American History continue to present the story of the development of the U.S. as being exclusively a westward movement from Jamestown, New York to Honolulu, Hawaii. Teachers do not present is the story of the western region of the U.S. and the impact that its Spanish culture had on the nation.
World History Bulletin
Tarver, H. Micheal. "Reflections on the Importance of Teaching Spanish Borderlands in the U.S. History Class" in World History Bulletin XXII no. 2 (Fall 2006): 34-35.