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Author Molnar, Nicholas Trajano.

Title American Mestizos, The Philippines, and the Malleability of Race: 1898-1961
Published [Place of publication not identified] : University of Missouri Press (Bibliovault) : University of Missouri, 2017
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Contents Acknowledgments; Introduction: American Mestizos and the Malleability of Race; Chapter 1. Drawing the "Color Line" in the Philippines: White and Black Bachelor Colonization and Initial Reactions to the Emergence of the American Mestizos; Chapter 2. Picaninnies, Plump American Babies, and Abandoned Half-Castes: Early Racializations of the American Mestizos in the United States and the Philippines; Chapter 3. Leonard Wood and the American Guardian Association: Resolving the American Mestizo "Problem" in the Philippines
Chapter 4. Reactions to the Concept of the American Mestizo in the United StatesChapter 5. American, American Mestizo, or Filipino?: Enrique Hagedorn, A. M. Snook, and American Mestizo Identities in the Philippine Commonwealth; Chapter 6. Race and Resistance: Luis Morgan, William Tate, and American Mestizo Identities during World War II; Chapter 7. The American Mestizo in the Republic of the Philippines; Conclusion. Non-Coalesced Groups and the "Disappearance" of the American Mestizo; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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Subject Amerasians -- Philippines -- History -- 20th century.
Children of military personnel -- Philippines -- History -- 20th century.
Philippines -- Race relations.
United States -- Race relations.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0826273882 (electronic bk.)
9780826273888 (electronic bk.)