The following is a
timeline of the history of the city of , Tijuana Baja California, Mexico.
Prior to 20th century [ edit ]
20th century [ edit ]
This section requires expansion. (October 2013)
21st century [ edit ]
This section requires expansion. (October 2013)
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Lawrence D. Taylor (2001). "The Mining Boom in Baja California from 1850 to 1890 and the Emergence of Tijuana as aBorder Community". Journal of the Southwest 43. JSTOR 40170167.
^ a b "Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) Newspapers". WorldCat. USA: Online Computer Library Center . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ a b c Lawrence A. Herzog (1990), Where North Meets South: Cities, Space, and Politics on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin, Center for Mexican American Studies, ISBN 029279049X
^ "Caesar Salad". Snopes.com . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ María del Consuelo López Arámburo (2004). "La educación femenina en Baja California 1920-1930" [Female education in Baja California 1920-1930]. Ciudad: Historia (in Spanish). City of Tijuana . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Movie Theaters in Tijuana, Mexico". CinemaTreasures.org. Los Angeles: Cinema Treasures LLC . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ Daniel D. Arreola; James R. Curtis (1994). Mexican Border Cities: Landscape Anatomy and Place Personality. University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0816514410.
^ Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz (1999). Baja California: ritos y mitos cinematográficos (in Spanish). Mexicali: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. ISBN 9687326980.
^ "Historia" (in Spanish). Tijuana: Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ Josh Kun and Fiamma Montezemolo, ed. (2012), Tijuana Dreaming: Life and Art at the Global Border, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, ISBN 9780822352907
^ a b Jorge R. Mancillas (January 25, 1993). "It Is Poverty That Kills People--Not Rain". Los Angeles Times . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Casa de la Cultura Tijuana" (in Spanish). Tijuana: Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Tijuana newspaper uncowed by drug cartels". NBC News. April 4, 2011 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ Lawrence A. Herzog (2001), From Aztec to High Tech: Architecture and Landscape across the Mexico-United States Border, Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 9780801866432
^ M. Laura Velasco Ortiz (2005), Mixtec transnational identity, Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press, ISBN 9780816523276
^ "Acerca de El Colegio de la Frontera Norte" (in Spanish). Tijuana: El Colegio de la Frontera Norte . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Semblanza" (in Spanish). Tijuana: Orquesta de Baja California . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "San Diego and Tijuana: inSITE97". Sculpture 17. New Jersey, USA: International Sculpture Center. February 1998 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Side by Side". Los Angeles Times. October 21, 2000 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ Alejandro L. Madrid-González (2008), Nor-tec rifa! electronic dance music from Tijuana to the world, New York: Oxford University Press
^ "About COFAC". Tijuana and Pasadena: Consejo Fronterizo de Arte y Cultura . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Antonia Brenner, 'Prison Angel' Who Took Inmates Under Her Wing, Is Dead at 86", New York Times, October 21, 2013 – via LexisNexis Academic, (subscription required ( help))
^ "Tijuana Rising". New York Times. April 18, 2012 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "500 police officers replaced in Tijuana". Los Angeles Times. November 19, 2008 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ "Amid Growing Violence, Art Flourishes In Tijuana". USA: National Public Radio. February 23, 2009 . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
^ a b Sam Lubell (September 21, 2012). "Tijuana Rebuilds on Its Art". New York Times . Retrieved . October 29, 2013
Further reading [ edit ]
Published in the 20th century [ edit ]
John A. Price (1973), Tijuana: urbanization in a border culture, Indiana, USA: University of Notre Dame Press, ISBN 0268004773
Robert W. Duemling (1981), , Executive Seminar in National and International Affairs, Rosslyn, Va.: U.S. Department of State, San Diego and Tijuana: conflict and cooperation between two border communities; a case study Foreign Service Institute T.D. Proffitt. 1994. Tijuana: The History of a Mexican Metropolis. San Diego: San Diego State University Press.
John Fisher (1999), "Baja California and the Pacific Northwest: Tijuana", , Mexico Rough Guides (4th ed.), London, p. 66+, OL 24935876M
Published in the 21st century [ edit ]
Harry Crosby (2000), Paul Ganster, ed., , San Diego, CA: San Diego State University Press, Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias, Tijuana 1964: a photographic and historic view ISBN 0925613312
Glen Sparrow (2001). "San Diego-Tijuana: Not quite a binational city or region". GeoJournal 54. JSTOR 41147639.
Brisa Violeta Carrasco Gallegos (2009). "Tijuana: Border, Migration, and Gated Communities". Journal of the Southwest 51. JSTOR 40599703.
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