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Entry # ES 101. Effect of Geography and Migration on a Business Choice for New Mexico. presented by:. Brittany Moran Victoria Legates Kayleigh Eckrote Delaney Argo. New Mexico’s Natural Resources. Limited water Very hot Large deserts Leading crop is hay which is used to feed cattle.

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Effect of geography and migration on a business choice for new mexico l.jpg
Effect of Geography and Migration on a Business Choice for New Mexico

presented by:

Brittany Moran

Victoria Legates

Kayleigh Eckrote

Delaney Argo


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New Mexico’s Natural Resources New Mexico

  • Limited water

  • Very hot

  • Large deserts

  • Leading crop is hay which is used to feed cattle


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Hispanic Roots in U.S. New Mexico

  • Mexico 67%

  • Central and South America 14%

  • Puerto Rico 9%

  • Cuba 4%

  • Other Spanish speaking areas 7%


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In the early 1800’s, English speaking Europeans started to move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.


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SOMBREROS move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

PUEBLO

UNO, DOS, TRES

AZUL

EL GATO

LA MUJER

LAMARIQUITA

HATS

INDIAN VILLAGE

ONE, TWO, THREE

BLUE

CAT

WOMAN

LADYBUG (DELAWARE STATE BUG)

Common Spanish words now used in English.


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Culture move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

  • You may think cowboys are as American as apple pie, but cowboy culture came to us by way of Mexico. Buckaroo is the Americanized version of vaquero. The lasso, chaps, and rodeo are also Mexican in origin.


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People+Natural Resources= move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years. Business Choice

  • A Mexican restaurant is a good business for New Mexico because the people love Mexican food. The food is part of the culture of the state.


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Benefits to Mexican Food Store move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

  • Lots of customers

  • Mexican food is popular

  • Leading producer of chili peppers


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Fun Facts move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

  • Different foods

  • Some wear sombreros

  • New Mexico has a different flag than other states.


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Bibliography move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

Magazines

"Hispanic-Americans." Junior Scholastic 3 Oct. 2005. Kids InfoBits. Thomson Gale. H.O.Brittingham, Milton, DE. 23 Mar. 2006 <http://infotrac.galegroup.com/>.

"Top 5 States for Hispanics." Time for Kids 16 Sept. 2005. Kids InfoBits. Thomson Gale. H.O.Brittingham Online Lib., Milton, DE. 22 Mar. 2006 <http://infotrac.galegroup.com/>.


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Bibliography move into New Mexico and began to like the culture. At the time, the English speaking Europeans moved in, New Mexico had been a Spanish speaking culture for over 200 years.

Reference Books

"Facts about the States." World Book for Kids. 2005 ed. SIRS Discoverer. ProQuest Information and Learning. H.O.Brittingham Lib. 15 Feb. 2006 <http://discoverer.sirs.com/>.

"Hispanics by Origin, 2002." World Almanac & Book of Facts. 2005 ed. Primary Search. EBSCO. H.O Brittingham Lib., Milton, DE. 22 Mar. 2006<http://search.epnet.com/>.

Morain, Stanley A. "New Mexico." World Book Online Reference Center. 2006. H.O.Brittingham Li.b. 15 Feb. 2006. <http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Article?id=ar388800>.

"New Mexico." Map. SIRS Discoverer. ProQuest Information and Learning.H.O.Brittingham, Milton, DE. 22 Apr. 2006

     <http://discoverer.sirs.com/>.


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