Everything from Baseball players, to salsa, to Pancho Villa. Mexico has had a dramatic impact on the United States and has had one for a long time. When Texas fought for its independence the Tejanos residing in Texas largely sided with Sam Houston and the Anglo-Rebels - the first vice-President of Texas was a Tejano 'Zapata' and also, coming from a nine year old, i have to guess that Mexicans brought piÃ±atas to America?
Because football was more popular in mexico before it was in the US and they brought it over to the US.
General Winfield Scott.
General Winfield Scott.
they brought us an ecominic help, because they will work for less then the average wage to help procure our wine fomr our vinyards in califronia.
Mexican jumping beans are actually moth eggs. My parents went to Mexico and brought us back some, and a few days later, the hatched into moths!
Mexican settelers brought them.
the Mexican pueblo snick moved to the US and brought bell peppers then more people came with it then one came back to Mexico to tell them to send bell peppers to the US because they are nice...........................
More money, land rights and resources for the rich; for the common Mexican and American alike, it never brought any benefits.
I have more of a comment: I noticed in my research that it seems harder for a person who was brought here as a child when they had no say than for and adult who is here illegally. Why are there more ways for a CAnadian to be here legally than a Mexican national. Especially, ones brought here as children.
President James K. Polk
Mexican workers on the US border
It gave us the Mexican Cession.
1 Mexican peso = 0.0817 US dollars
they have brought apples, oranges, and even carrots.they have also brought tacos enchiladas and quesedillas
US- Mexican border is around 2000miles long
Luis deharo was the first Mexican to come to the us
The Mexican American War which was brought about by Mexico's resistance to the US Annexation of Texas and ended with Mexico's surrender and Cession in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
John C. Fremont (#8) No it's Winfield Scott.
In US Federal court, yes. As can US Americans sue Mexican Americans.
Yes, a Mexican who is a permanent US resident would need a Mexican passport and Visa to travel outside of the United States. If he or she were a naturalized US citizen they would need a US passport.
It brought the debate into the halls of Congress.