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By makas_nc - Posted on 04 July 2006

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Subject: Somos Primos JULY 2006 Table of Contents lq1
Date: Sun, 02 Jul 2006 20:26:07 -0400 (EDT)

Click here: Somos Primos: Dedicated to Hispanic Heritage and Diversity

Hi all . . . Hope you all enjoy a safe July 4th celebration.

If you happen to watch the Washington, D.C. parade July 4th, be sure and
look for the float of the Texas Connection to the American Revolution.
Jack Cowan and the TCARA members from Texas are being joined by Joseph
Puentes from North Carolina who will be pulling the float and
reenactors, Micheal Lozano and Hector Diaz from Maryland.

Thank all of you for the wonderful materials, fresh research, and
forwarded current events. If anyone has submitted an article for Somos
Primos and it has not been published within two months of when it was
sent, please send it along again. Sometimes in sorting mail and
submissions, articles get lost in the shuffle.

Thank you for your encouraging letters . . . you are all making a
difference in the general perception of who we are . . . we are more
than a stereotype, and that is coming out . . . little by little.

God bless, Mimi

Hispanic One Hundred hosts John McCain
Bishop Jaime Soto Invocation
Theodore Roosevelt's ideas on Immigrants & being an American in 1907
Mission of the Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research
Sons Live Out a Dream, Passing the Torch to a New Generation
Study of Latino Professionals Shatters Stereotypes
Newsweeklies Rarely Cover Hispanics
A Look at History - Repatriation / Bickering Delays Illegal-Immigrant Deal
Educator brings attention to historic period and its affect on her family
Commission to investigate removal of Mex-Americans during depression
A message from an appalled observer at World War II Memorial in D.C.
Ana Maria Armano, a month short of 80th birthday receives B.A.
Course helps Latinos understand kids' schools
Website for Diversity Education
French in Maine
Most states fall short in teaching the culture of Latin America and Mexico
A Guide to the Tool Kit for Hispanic Families
The 7 Secrets of Big Picture Thinkers by Nancy Marmolejo
Race and Latino!
Tejano Texian
Our Lives are better left to chance
In Search of Fatherhood
Latino Rhythms and their influence on Classic Soul Music:
Would you believe? . . Meet the Fakers
Multi-ethnic business a piece of cake

Comments about Racism against Latinos, Ladera Ranch location
Raza isn't racist, changed perspective on the Latino student club MEChA

It is the VETERAN,who gives us freedom
Link to Muslim cartoons that caused riots and deaths
Special DEA agent, Enrique "Kiko" S. Camarena
Medal of Honor Winner Jose M. Lopez Dies at 94
Staff Sergeant Roy Benavidez
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month websites
Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
Pray for our Military. . . They believe in Prayer
Lakota Tribe in North Dakota Funeral Activities and Observance
Hero Military Search

Book: Scarred by Scandal, Redeemed by Love, Gloria DeLaTorre-Wycoff
Boxed Memories, Richard Sanchez
The Day Roosevelt Died, Summer l944, Frank Sifuentes
Who is Frank Sifuentes?
Nuestra Familia Unida Podcasts
Traveling to Ancestral Locations in Search of True History by Mary Allen
Inspirational Stories
Micheal Lozano Embarks on a Journey of Self-Discovery, Part 3

SURNAME: De La Garza

US researchers find 18th-century British warships
Spanish Covert Aid
Spanish Patriots of Chile
Patriots of Cuba, Query on Patriots of Cuba
Patriots and Near-Patriots of Chile by Granville W. Hough, Ph.D.

July 22: Genetics, DNA and Genealogy by Norma Keating, R.N.
Comments on DNA from Yolanda Ochoa
Kaiser to request DNA samples from 2 Million adults
DNA diet plan, Kit tests for genetic cues to aid in healthier eating
Scientists Find A DNA Change That Accounts For White Skin
Welsh and Irish Celts genetic blood-brothers of Basques
DNA forces El Salvador to face past
DNA reunites Salvadoran families
Canales, Garcia and Salinas Family Trees
Santa Ana planners to present downtown recommendations
July 20: First shovel celebration for Grijalva Gymnsium/Sports Center
July 20: Hispanic Business World Inaugural Reception
National Archive Center may go to Great Park
The LATINO OC 100 2005-2006 Yearbook being Produced

July 4th: Descendants of Los Pobladores at Olvera St.
July 7-11: National Council of La Raza National Conference, Premier of
East L.A. Marine, the Untold True Story of Guy Gabaldon
July 7-9: Cesar E. Chavez y Bernardo de Galvez
July 10th: Book signing by Dr. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez
New Book: Images of American Series: Los Angeles's Olvera Street
Database of all the missions and Los Angeles Plaza Church
Naturalization Index Published for Los Angeles County
Reginaldo Francisco del Valle: UCLA's Forgotten Forefather
Health Net is open for business in East Los Angeles!
July 27th: Where the Leaders Meet National Latina Business Women Assn
August 4: Promoting a Positive Image
Nov 10-12: 2nd Annual Los Angeles International Tamale Festival
My Hot Tamale website

Discovering the Painted Caves of Baja California
The Bear Flag Revolt
California Stories, a New Approach to Strengthening Communities
Sources at your fingertips. . .
Historical LA Times Newspaper database
Plan would open Prop. 40 funds to missions
Gringo Gazette North - Northern Baja's English Voice
Our Talmantes-Farias Picnic day
California Roll Call
Mission San Miguel Arcangel Landmark Plaque

Save the date: October 14
Family History Library 9TH Annual Hispanic Family History Conference
Co-hosts, BYU Center for Family History & Genealogy and Legado Latino

The Presidio Line by Michael R. Hardwick
Resources of New Mexico State University
Index to Manifests of Permanent & Statistical Alien Arrivals at El Paso, TX

African Roots Stretch Deep into Mexico
Mexico as a haven for fugitive slaves

Indigenous Identity in the Mexican Census:
Peruvian land
Urban Indians in Ciudad Juarez
Learn an Indigenous Language
MANA hosts W.O.M.B. Grandmothers Gathering.
Native American selection of Ancestry books

Albert Gallegos: Remnants of Crypto-Jews Among Hispanic Americans
Sephardic Research Website

August 31-September 3 : 27th Hispanic Genealogy & History Conference
Bexar Genealogy
July 8, Meeting, Texas declares September as Tejano Heritage Month
Dedication of TX State Historical Marker of Don Rafael Antonio Manchola
July 11th: Austin's 1st Latino Book & Art Festival
October 13-15: Elizondo Reunion
Archaeologists unearth bones at French settlement in Texas
Treaties signed by the Republic of Texas
October 29: Juan Nepomuceno Seguin Event
Book: Inherit the Dust from the Four Winds of Revilla
South Texas Archives
Lozano Building Holds Many Memories and Stories
Book, Chapter 10: Continuous Presence of Italians and Spaniards in Texas
as Early as 1520, Including the Participation and Consequence of Texas
and Louisiana in the American Revolution by Alex Loya
Wills &/or Testaments from Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon, Mexico Inventory
Escudos de Cantabria por María del Carmen González Echegaray

Hector Flores: Latino leader outgrew modest goals
Immigration cultivation: Farmers gain insight on new work force
Man brings back the music of Clifton Chenier
Country Roads Online: Natchez to New Orleans

Golfo de Mexico, misiones Franciscanas 1606 map
Links to comprehensive Hispanic community studies
Yale University Art Gallery
S: El Otro San Juan Del Puerto, La Florida

Uayma: in living color
Pinning blame on politicians
Heritage Discovery Center
Don Esteban Vázquez Godoy
Don Manuel María Ponce Cuéllar
Don Roberto Cabral del Hoyo
José Mariano Jiménez
Leon Trotsky
XXII Congreso Nacional de Historia Regional 7, 8 y 9 de diciembre
Archivos de Mexico
Obtaining print copies of vital records in Mexico
Memoirs of Antonio Menchaca and other websites
The Genealogy of Mexico by Gary Felix, Outstanding resource

Rob Ossian's Pirate's Cove
Recreated Fixed Regiment of Puerto Rico
Book: The Last Puerto Rican Indian

S: Indice Nominal de la Gaceta de Madrid. Enero de 1898
S: Good Links to Spain
S: Reconocimiento a un Hijo Ilustre: Bernardo de Gálvez
S: Two Heráldica websites

Dutch Portuguese Colonial History
S: Communication concerning El Savador Castes

American Civil War Retold In Pictures
Did George Washington Know how to Tango?
A Pirate's tale from Jean Baptiste's Brass Cannon
Andersonville Civil War Prisoner of War website
Historical Documents website

Marriage Among Cousins: A Gold Mine for Genealogists
Public Invited to Give Feedback on new
BYU'S Personal Ancestral File Tutorial
Buying and Disposing of old books
New Free Genealogy Website (like myspace)
Genealogy Blogging - A Brief Guide
Check out Recipe Software
Genealogy Library Center accepts donations of Family History stuff
Changing font size to view internet and emails easily
New Google Search Technologies Make Information Easier to Discover,
Organize and Share

Dental work in Mexico dates back 4,500 years
Peruvian Woman of A.D. 450 Seems to Have Had Two Careers
Archeologists to Search for Lost Mission

Life in the 1500'S

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