La Calle

La Calle

Spatial Conflicts and Urban Renewal in A Southwest City

Book - 2010
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Documents the urban renewal project, initiated in 1966, that erased a densely populated, predominantly Mexican American enclave located in a central region of Tuscon, Arizona, examining relationships between the destruction of place and history, and explores the roles of competing historical narratives in the perpetuation and resistance of cultural and socioeconomic dominance.
Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c2010
ISBN: 9780816528882
Branch Call Number: 307.3416 Ot2c 2010
Characteristics: xiii, 271 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: La calle

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Betsy at Santa Rosa is fascinated by this history of the vibrant downtown neighborhoods that were destroyed to make room for the TCC.

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PimaLib_RoseK Jun 27, 2017

Check this book out for a deeper look into Tucson's colorful and complex history, written by a University of Arizona professor.


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