Migrant farm workers:
Farm workers from countries such as Mexico, or Mexican descent in U.S, Guatemala, Honduras and other Latin American countries who work seasonally in the agriculture in United States with the hope to return to their homelands and invest into buying houses, property, or a business.
United States purchased from Mexico the very southern part of New Mexico an Arizona, south of the Gila River with the Intent to build the railroad to the Pacific Coast.
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo:
It is a Treaty signed on February 2, 1848 by the United States and Mexico at the end of the Mexican-American War. Under the treaty, United States gained ownership of California, made of New Mexico and Arizona, Nevada, and Utah, parts of Wyoming and Colorado and it was expected to grant citizenship of Mexicans in these territories.
It is a person from Mexican descent or heritage.
BEA Bilingual Education Act:
It is a federal law under which states and districts have to set money aside in order to provide instruction for speakers of a language other than English.