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Who's who in America: A biographical directory of notable living men and women. Vol. 26 (1950-1951), p. 954. Chicago: Marquis.
Levelier, B. Outstanding Americans of Mexican descent (p. 7). Menlo Park, CA: Educational Consulting Associates.
Man of fire: Ernesto Galarza. In J. London & H. Anderson So shall ye reap, (pp. 115-140). New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company. Reprinted in R. Rosaldo, R. Calvert, & C. Seligmann (Eds.), (1973), Chicanos: The evolution of a people, (pp. 278-292). Minneapolis: Winston Press.
Alford, H. J. The proud people: The heritage and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples of the United States (pp. 269-270).. New York: McKay.
Fink, G. M. (Ed.), Biographical dictionary of American labor leaders (pp. 116-117). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Meier, M., & Rivera, F. Dictionary of Mexican American history (pp. 140-141). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
"Ernesto Galarza, the burning light: Action and organizing in the Mexican community in California." Oral history conducted in 1977, 1978, and -1981 by Gabrielle Morris and Timothy Beard, Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Zaragoza, A. Agricultural labor history: An assessment of the works of Ernesto Galarza. In M. Barrera, F. Hernandez, & A. Camarillo (Eds.), Work, family, sex roles, language, the National Association for Chicanos Studies: Selected papers 1979, (pp. 73-87). Berkeley, CA: Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol.
Jose de San Martin, apostle of the Argentine independence. Washington, DC: Pan American Union.
Life in the United States for Mexican people: Out of the experience of a Mexican. National Conference of Social Work Proceedings 56, (pp. 399-404). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Debts, dictatorship, and revolution in Bolivia and Peru. Foreign Policy Reports, 7(5), (May 13), 101-108.
Argentina's revolution and its aftermath. Foreign Policy Reports, 7(17), (Oct. 28), 309-322.
Without benefit of lobby. Survey, 66(3), (May), p.18-1.
What is progressive education: An outline for parents. Jamaica Estates, Long Island, NY: The Year-long School.
Thirty poems Jamaica Estates, Long Island, NY: The Yearlong School.
Stegomia, jr. A play project for junior high school students dramatizing the contribution of the Cuban scientist, Dr. Carlos Finley, to the building of the Panama Canal and the progress of medicine through the discovery of the yellow fever germ carrier. Washington, DC: Pan American Union.
Educational trends in Latin America. No. 1 (Summer) & No. 2 (Spring). Washington, DC: Division of Intellectual Cooperation, Pan American Union.
Problems of education in the Western Hemisphere. Washington, DC: Pan American Union.
The Latin American Universities in step with history.
Pan American Union Bulletin, 73, 677-687. Reprinted Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1940.
Labor trends and social welfare in Latin America. Washington, DC: Pan American Union, Division of Labor and Social Information.
Study in Latin America. Congressional Record, 86, (November 25), 6703-6705.
With Herbert Eugene Bolton & Delia Goetz. American Neighbors. Washington, DC: The American National Red Cross. (Contains "Living art of Latin America" pp. 657-1; "Latin American letter" pp. 72-77; and "Latin American music pp. 78-84).
U.S. Congress. Select Committee to Investigate' interstate migration of destitute citizens. Hearings. Interstate Migration. 76th Congress, 3rd. Session, part -10, p. 3882-3887.
La industria electrica en Mexico. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica.
Some truth about hemisphere unity. Mexican Life Mexico, (December), -17-20, 44.
Introduction in R. C. Jones, Mexicans in the United States: A bibliography. Washington, DC: Division of Labor and Social Information, Pan American Union. (Galarza was division chief at the time of publication).
U.S. Congress. House Select Committee Investigating National Defense Migration. Hearings. National Defense Migration, 77th Congress, 2nd. Session, part 33, p. 12432-12436.
(Ed.) Young Reader Series. Washington, DC: American Union.
"A letter to Mr. Welles" The Nation, (January 9), 42-11, 59.
En el mundo del estano. Tiempo (February 5), 22-21. (Galarza's statement about Bolivian tin workers and summary of action in U.S. Department of State).
Tin strike in Bolivia brings accusations against envoy. Inter-American Monthly, (February), 56.
With Carlos A. Videla. Bolivia ponders a labor problem. The story in back of the tin miners' demands for a 100 per cent increase in wages. The Pan American, (March), 7-9.
Rimas tontas para ninos listos segun Ernesto Galarza, con ilustraciones de Arthur Schneider. New York: Committee on Art in American Education and Society.
U.S. Congress. House Committee on Labor. Hearings. To prohibit discrimination in employment, 78th. Congress, 2nd. Session. Vol. -1, 34-15.
Report on labor and social welfare in Latin America, 1945-1946. Washington, DC: Pan American Union.
Bolivia, la nacion compania, cartas sobre Bolivia y la revolucion de 1946. (Dirigida a Spruille Braden y Devere Allen). Accion Social, (October-December), 7-1-1.
Comunicado a la prensa de Washington, D.C. en relacion con los acontecimientos en Bolivia. Accion Social, (August 15), 3-6.
Report of a trip through Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Peru from December -15, 1915 to March 21, 1946.
La industria electrica en Mexico. Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Inter-American military cooperation. 80th. Congress, 1st Session, 105-117.
La reforma administrativa de la Union Panamericana y la defensa de los intereses de los trabajadores americanos. Accion Social, (September 15), 11-12.
El gobierno de Bolivia suprime a mano armada las libertades democraticas y sindicales de los trabajadores. Accion Social, (October 15), 6-7, 24.
The standardization of armaments in the Western Hemisphere. Inter-American Reports, No. -1, (October), 3-16.
Argentine labor under Peron. Inter-American Reports, No. 2.
Big farm strike. Commonwealth, 48(8), 178-182.
With William Neumann. Economic Conflict in Inter-American relations. Inter-American Reports, No. 3.
The cost of living in Latin America. Inter-American Reports, No. 4.
New molds for Latin American youth. Some educational and anthropological aspects of Latin America (pp. 27-37). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Program for action. Common Ground, 9(4), (Summer), 27-38.
Crisis of the Pan American Union. Inter-American Reports, No. 5.
The case of Bolivia. Inter-American Reports, No. 6.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Special Investigating Subcommittee. Hearings. Investigation of Labor-Management Relations. 81st. Congress, 2nd. Session, 601-616.
U.S. President's Commission on Migratory Labor Hearings. Unpublished hearings in National Archives. (Also available from Chicano Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley.)
Labor-leaven of democracy. Survey Graphic, (March), pp. 169-171, 210.
They work for pennies. American Federationist, 59(4), (April), 10-13, 29. Reprinted in Meier, M. & Rivera, F. (eds.), (1974) Readings on La Raza: The Twentieth Century, (pp. 182-187). New York: Hill and Wang.
U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Labor and Management Relations. Hearings. Migratory Labor. 82nd. Congress, 2nd. Session. Part 1. Pp. 244-295.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture Hearings. Mexican Farm Labor. 83rd. Congress, 2nd. Session, 156-185.
U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on judiciary. Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization.
Hearings. To Control Illegal Migration. 83rd. Congress, 2nd. Session, 63-75.
Plantation workers in Louisiana. Washington, DC: Inter-American Education Association.
A report on trade unions in Hawaii amid recommendations. Washington, DC: National Agricultural Workers Union, (September 1).
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Hearings. Amendments to Sugar Act of 1918. 84th. Congress, 1st. Session, 315-341.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture.
Subcommittee on Equipment, Supplies, and Manpower. Hearings. Mexican Farm Labor Program.
84th. Congress, 1st. Session, 17-1-198.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Labor Standards. Hearings. Fair Labor Standards Act, 85th. Congress, 1st. Session, part 1, 1254-1266.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation.
Hearings. Fair Labor Standards Act. 85th. Congress, 1st. Session, part 2, 2686-2700.
Trabajadores mexicanos en tierra extrana. Problemas Agricolas e Industriales de Mexico, 10(1-2), 3-10.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Equipment, Supplies, and Manpower. Hearings. Extension of Mexican Farm Labor Program. 86th. Congress, 2nd. Session, 237-239.
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. 88th. Congress, 2nd. Session. Report on the farm labor transportation accident at Chualar, California on September 17, 1963. Reprinted as (1977) Tragedy at Chualar: El crucero de las treinta y dos cruces. Santa Barbara, CA: McNally and Loftin.
Merchants of labor: The Mexican bracero story; an account of time managed migration of Mexican farm workers in California, 1942-1960, (preface by Ernest Greuning). Charlotte, NC: McNally. (3rd ed., 1978.) This work was originally self-published.
Translations and Excerpts of Merchants. of Labor.
Los braceros. y mercaderes. del trabajo. Mexico: SEP.
The bracero: A man who has lost his documents has lost his rights, he is abolished.
In Li Valdez, & S. Steiner (Eds.), Aztlan: An anthology of Mexican American
literature, (pp. 77-78). New York: Knopf.
Roots of migration. In L. Valdez & S. Steiner (Eds.), Aztlami: An anthology of Mexican American literature, (pp. 127-132). New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
California, the uncommonwealth. In R. Rosaldo, R. A. Calvert, & G. Li Seligmann Jr. (Eds.) Chicano: The evolution of a people (2nd. ed.), (pp. 164-175). Maibas, FL: Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co.
La mula no nacio arisca. Center Diary, (September/ October), pp. 2632. Reprinted in J. H. Burma (Ed.), (1970), Mexican-American in the United States.: A reader (pp. 199-206). Cambridge, MA: Schenkman.
U.S. Cabinet Committee on Mexican American Affairs. The Mexican American: A New Focus. on Opportunity. Rural Community Development. Reprinted in El Grito, 1(2), (Winter), 22-27.
Zoo-risa. Santa Barbara, CA: McNally and Loftin.
Economic development by Mexican Americans., Oakland, California: An analysis. amid proposal. Berkeley, CA: Social Science Research and Development Corporation.
With Herman Gallegos and Julian Samora. Mexican-Americans in the Southwest (2nd. ed.). Santa Barbara, CA: McNally and Loftin. Based on 1966 unpublished report to the Ford Foundation. Ford Foundation Archives #002466.
"Afterword: the future." In M. Meir & F. Rev-era (Eds.), Readings on la raza: The Twentieth Century (pp. 275-277). New York: Hill and Wang. Reprinted from Mexican-Americans. in the Southwest.
U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Migratory Labor. Hearings.. Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Powerlessness: Part 2, the Migrant Subculture, 91st Congress, 2nd. Session, 460-483. Reprinted in A. F. Corwin (Ed), (1978), Immigrants and Immigrants: Perspectives on Mexican labor migration to the United States, (pp. 248-256.) Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
The cactus curtain: The history of the Mexican American struggle (Cassette). North Hollywood, CA: Center for Cassette Studies.
A document on Educational Reform, prepared for the Southwest Council of La Raza, Educational Committee.
Research and scholarly activity. Washington, DC: Chicano Studies Institutes.
History of the farm laborer and migrant worker (sound recording). Los Angeles: Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research.
Barrio Boy. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. Excerpts or translations from this auto-biography are reprinted in the following works:
G. McCracken & M. V. Jacobson (Eds.) Basic reading code book series. for the educationally disadvantaged. Philadelphia: Lippencotti
E. J. Farrell, et. al. (Eds.), Outlooks through literature. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman.
From Barrio Boy. In F. Pialorsi (Ed.), Teaching the bilingual: New methods and old traditions., (pp. 61-65). Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Literature heritage series. New York: MacMillan Publishing Co.
On the edge of the barrio. In C. Cardenas de Dwyer, Chicano Voices., (pp. 44-55). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
Traspasando fronteras. Mexico: SEP (Translation of Barrio Boy).
In R. A. Bennet, V. Evans, & E. J. Gorden (Eds.), Types of literature. Boston: Ginn and Co.
Mexican Americans and the American culture. The Center Magazine, (September/October), 44-50. Reprinted in (-1972) Viewpoints.; Red and yellow, black and brown (pp. 309-313). Minneapolis: Winston Press.
Spiders in the house. Chicano: The Mexican American Heritage Series (Vol. 1). Hollywood: KNBC. Also available on cassette from the Center for Cassette Studies, North Hollywood, CA.
Mexicans in the Southwest: A culture in process. In
E. H. Spicer & R. H. Thompson (Eds.), Plural society in the southwest, (pp. 261-297). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. Reprinted in (198-1)
Campo Libre, 1, 87-118.
Alviso: The crisis of a barrio. San Jose, CA: Mexican American Community Service Organization.
Bilingual-bicultural education in the San Jose Unified School District. San Jose: San Jose Department of Urban Education.
Minorities: The mirror of society. In R. Poblano (Ed.), Ghosts in the barrio: Issues in bilingual-bicultural education (pp. 35-44). San Rafael, CA: Leswing Press.
Alviso: A town besieged by "progress". In Action research: In defense of the barrio, interviews with Ernesto Galarza, Guillermo Flores, and Rosalio Munoz, (pp. 7-11) collected by Mario Barrera and Ceralda Vialpando. Los Angeles: Aztlan Publications.
Proceedings of the National Exploratory Conference on Chicano Sociolinguistics (pp. 25-34). Las Cruces,
NM: ERIC/CRESS (1976). Comments on bilingual
Social work education and the Chicano experience. In M. Sotomayor & P. D. Ortega y Gasca (Eds.), Chicano content and social work education, (pp. 9-20). New York: Council on Social Work Education.
Temas escolares. San Jo
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