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Genealogía de México 30888 Fw: Somos Primos June 2012 151st online issue

Estándar
SOCIETY OF HISPANIC HISTORICAL & ANCESTRAL RESEARCH (SHHAR)

Hola Amigos,

Es con gran gusto que SHHAR comparte su revista mensual, “Somos Primos” para su uso personal y tambien para que compartan con otros!

Por favor, si desean publicar en “Somos Primos” algun articulo relacionado con la igenealogia, cultura hispana, historia e historia familiar, me los pueden evniarl a mi directamente a: saenztomas Publicamos mas o menos el primero del mes y les pedimos que envian sus articlos para antes del 25 del mes. La revista es principalmente en ingles pero tambien aceptamos en espanol!

Saludos!

Tomas ‘Tom” Saenz, Secretario

— On Tue, 5/29/12, mimilozano@somosprimos.com <mimilozano@somosprimos.com> wrote:

From: mimilozano@somosprimos.com <mimilozano@somosprimos.com>
Subject: Somos Primos June 2012 151st online issue
To:
Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2012, 1:46 PM

Please cut and paste: http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2012/spjun12/spjun12.htm#w1

Dear Primos and friends:

I am sending this out on Memorial Day Monday. Our newspapers, radio, and television are filled with ceremonies and observances of the great debt we owe to our brave military, those who died, served, and are coming back damaged in body and spirit. The current media technology has made us aware of the hatred and suffering of so many. We are a global community. Wars, wherever they are taking place, bring tragedy into the lives of all us, in varying degrees.
We must protect our country. With all its faults, we are still the best nation in the world. Let us pray that our leaders will be guided to strengthen the United States. We need to build the United States back up, to prepare for an uncertain tomorrow, by returning to the precepts and foundation of our United States Constitution. As Hispanics/Latinos, we helped build America, now let us step up and help to protect it in our local communities and wherever we have some influence to do so.

The Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research gave an award directly to National History Day. The winner of the SHHAR Award in California is high school student, Christopher Cruz. Christopher produced a documentary, The Chicano Revolution to Reform the Public Education System. His documentary will compete on the national level. As a society, SHHAR’s purpose by giving an award was to encourage history research in the area of the Hispanic historic presence in the United States.
Also, we would like to invite you, if you have family, friends, or local heroes of outstanding recognition, in any area, please do send information about their accomplishments. We want to acknowledge our primos and celebrate with them. Everyone is blessed by the good that others produce. There seems to be so much effort to stifle success, we need to applaud those that pull away and ahead to improve themselves and their surroundings.

Thanks to all who send GREAT articles and bits of information. I am always surprised and pleased with the variety of subjects.
God bless America, Mimi
http://www.SomosPrimos.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR JUNE 2012, 151st Online Issue
UNITED STATES
Navy Honors Pioneer Family by Fredrick P. and Linda Martinez Aguirre
Concerned Women for America
Ford Giver L.A. Times $ Million
Court Rules Prayer Proclamation Unconstitutional
Billy Graham’s Prayer For Our Nation
Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal favors some foreign countries.
He could not fly the American Flag in his yard
Watching, 100 years of U.S. History in 10 minutes
PBS Series “Latino Americans” Will Chronicle the Latino Experience
Mixed-race Americans, brushing aside the issue is harder than it seems
Sen. Carlos Truan: A man of the people by Daisy Wanda Garcia
A Wise Latina: Judge Catherine Torres-Stahl by Mercy Bautista Olvera
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) National Latino Family Expo

WITNESS TO HERITAGE
Memorial Day: Remembering our Past and Those Who Shaped It,
Felipe de Ortego y Gasca
Photos of the Tejano Monument
Cinco de Mayo Honors a Tejano Hero by Lino Garcia Jr.
López: The Tejano/Tejana Bucket List by José Antonio López
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY
The Chicano Revolution to Reform the Public Education System
Christopher Cruz, Documentary winner of the California State

HISPANIC LEADERS
Carlos Fuentes, author dies in Mexico City at 83
Tom Fuentes, longtime former O.C. GOP chairman, dies at 63
Francisco Alvarez, GIF Leader

National Issues
Floating bales of marijuana . . . a mystery
Dozens of bodies, many mutilated, dumped in Mexico
White births are no longer a majority in the United States
UC admits record number of out-of-state and international students
Mass Exodus US Oil Refineries.
More Oil Than Rest Of The World
7 Steps to Fix Congress!
Ineptocracy
Gun Control to be Dictated by the United Nations, NOT each country.
First Shoe Drops: Catholic School Drops ObamaCare
Fighting Sharia Law MUST be a Strategic Objective for the US

BUSINESS
General Electric Moving to Beijing|
The Mormon way of business
Santander Appoints Jesse O. Villarreal, Jr. As Executive Vice President
USHCC Applauds Univision for new joint-venture with ABC News

HEALTH ISSUES
Health care crisis is a Crisis of culture
The Weight of the Nation
Comments on some aspects of Obamacare for people over 75 years old
About the simple onion

EDUCATION
Harvard, MIT announce new partnership that will offer free online classes
2012 CMAS-Benson Latin American Collection Short-Term Research Fellowships

CULTURE
New Mural Painted by Malaquías Montoya at UC Davis Student Community Center
Siete Dias con el Pueblo/Seven Days with the People, 1974
Herbert Lewis Hardwick a.k.a. “Cocoa Kid” By: Tony “The Marine” Santiago
Mario Gutierrez wins the Kentucky Derby by Charlie Erickson and Jim Lamare
LITERATURE
June 5, 2012 14th annual International Latino Book Awards
Puentes: Revista méxico-chicana de literature, cultura y arte
The Difference Between British and American Spelling by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D
Voices: San Antonio College Multicultural Journa, Vol. VI (2012) – Commemorative Issue

BOOKS
Latinos in the New Millennium: Almanac of Opinion, Behavior, and Policy Preferences
Exodus from the Alamo: The Anatomy of the Last Stand Myth by Phillip Thomas Tucker
Mexican American Colonization during the Nineteenth Century:
A History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands,” by Jose Angel Hernandez
Marked for Death by Geert Wilders
Enchanted Legends and Lore of New Mexico: Witches, Ghosts, and Spirits
by Ray John de Aragón
La Fabrica del Crimen/The Crime Factory by Sandra Rodriguez

PATRIOTS
American Rosie the Riveter Association
Vietnam Wall, Searching by Hometown Location
“Shifty” – an incredible American hero by Chuck Yeager
Death March survivor finally tells story
Social Security and Department of Defense Implement New Process
The unfortunate story of what happened to Joe Sanchez and me
Mesothelioma Resource Online
Army Sergeant Receives Second Highest Military Honor
EARLY PATRIOTS
Cinco de Mayo Historical Reenactment, Camp Mabry Military Base, Austin, Tx
General Bernardo de Galvez and The Texas Longhorn
SURNAMES: Fuentes Family Papers

CUENTOS
Amando Saenz, The End of the Migration Era (1955-1956) Part 6 of 9
Days Gone By
My Papa, Dr. Hector P. Garcia by Daisy Wanda Garcia
To My Grandson Dustin, from Grandma Mimi
Since a Father guides growth and teaches us by Linda LaRoche

FAMILY HISTORY
Family History Expos
Alien Files Arrive at the National Archives in San Bruno, CA
About.com: Genealogy
Salt Lake Family History Library Facebooks
All 1940 US Census Images and Six States Now Published Online
DNA
Tracing your DNA-driven genealogy from 7th century Andalusia, Spain
A general estimate of the global (ethnonational) Brazilian Y DNA and mtDNA
June 15: New Mexico DNA Project presented by Ángel de Cervantes
The oldest hatred: 17 Jewish skeletons found in 13th century English well
Warren’s claim as Native American opens debate over ethnic ties
Genealogy in the Era of Diversity
Isabel Olea by Crispin Rendon

ORANGE COUNTY, CA

June 2: Music & Arts Festival, Heritage Museum of Orange County
June 2: Heritage Hill Ranches to Farms to Cities, Lake Forest
June 2: Wedding Gowns, Tea, and an Historic Wedding, Santa Ana
June 9th, SHHAR Meeting, Donna Starr, Native American History of Bolsa Chica”
Review of May 12 SHHAR Monthly Meeting, Marriage Dispensations
Seniors Making a Difference in the 34th District Recognition Breakfast, May 11
Aqui Entre Nos
June 24th: Rancho Los Alamitos, Reconciling Perspectives
June 24th: Rancho Los Cerritos, Concert Series
First Christian baptism in Spanish colonial California 243 years ago

LOS ANGELES, CA
June 1st, 10 am, Groundbreaking Ceremony, “Aztec Eagles”
Los Archivos de Aztlan
June 8-10th: The 43rd Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
June 10th: Grand Opening of the Rancho Center & Barns Area Restoration
June 21s-23rd: Santa Barbara Summer Symposium
Until July 1st, Legacy of the Serpent

CALIFORNIA
Archive Chronicling History of San Diego’s Chicano Movement to Go Digital
The California-Mexico Studies Center, Inc.
June 28: Fort Ross Bicentennial at the Presidio
July 6–7: Northern California Family History Expo in Sacramento
Bounty-Pitcairn Conference, August 19-21, 2012
Manuel Valencia: California’s Native Son by Julie Armistead
The Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR) UC, Berkeley
NORTHWESTERN US
Mendoza’s Mexican Mercado
Soldiers of Color in the Northwest

SOUTHWESTERN US
The Romneys’ Mexican History By Héctor Tobar
Romney, Facts you need to know by Albert Vigil
Unappreciated Role of the Woman in Frontier History by Richard G.Santos
The California-Mexico Studies Center
Reies Lopez Tijerina
Mike Scarborough Blog: tresoassersonourownland.blogspot.com
Crossing borders with storyteller Luis Alberto Urrea
Lynching of Persons of Mexican Origin or Descent in the United States 1848 to 1928
Escultura de Don Juan de Oñate en El Paso, Texas
Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center
Peoria, AZ Councilman Tony Rivero aims to revive cultural festival
MIDDLE AMERICA
Jose Jimenez, Chief Diversity Officer of the Year Award
West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Largest Slaveholders (1860) and Surname Matches for African Americans

TEXAS
Zapata Rising is now officially formed
Exodus from the Alamo: The Anatomy of the Last Stand Myth by Phillip Thomas Tucker
King of the Wild Frontier: Who was Davy Crockett?
The Mexican Tejanos of South Central Texas by Richard G. Santos
La Voz de Guadalupe County Newspaper

MEXICO
Chapel of La Purísima Tlajomulco by Richard Perry
Inauguración del Museo Del Valle Del Pilón por Tte.Cor. Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero
Enciclopedia de los Municipios y Delegaciones de México
Hijo de Juárez fue un júnior sin oficio ni beneficio: experta
Personajes de la Historia de Mexico por Jose Leon Robles de la Torre
Carlos Salinas de Gortari
Ernesto Zedillo
Donan libros sobre la historia de Reynosa a la Biblioteca Publica de McAllen
Mexican Jihad by Raymond Ibrahim

INDIGENOUS
James Anaya, U.N. special rapporteur
Apache Tribal Nation, Part 1

ARCHAEOLOGY
Discovered: Oldest Known Mayan Calendar
Ancient Mayan workshop for astronomers discovered
Mexican Experts Find Ancient Blood on Stone Knives

SEPHARDIC
Israel Today by written by an Israeli named Dan Sporn
Crash Course on the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Lopez Family’s Unusual Journey and Upward Mobility by Norman Rozeff
The 16th NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival Highlights

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
New Racism Museum Reveals the Ugly Truth Behind Aunt Jemima

EAST COAST
The Hispanic Society of America, Museum and Library
International Latino Book Awards, World Wide Achievements in Latino Literature
CUNY to Open Institute Devoted to Mexican Studies

CARIBBEAN/CUBA
The Oldest synagogue in New World is located in Curacao
The 28 Cubans who helped Fund the Battle of Yorktown

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Archivo Grafico y Museo Historico de la Ciudad de San Franciso y La Region, AR

THE PHILLIPINES
10 Years of Marriage. I Can’t Believe That TimeHas Gone By So Quick.
By Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
La Joya del Kirguistán, the Jewel/Gem of Kyrgyzstan)
By Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
Blesilda Candida Epifania Guia Mueller Ocampo,

SPAIN
Spanish Dating Association Attempting to Solve Social Problem
Thirft Shop Find
Nombres de ida y vuelta por Ángel Custodio Rebollo

INTERNATIONAL
Heaven is Where and Hell is Where
Women’s Rights in Egypt by Anna Mahjar-Barducci
Islam Arrives in the Basque Country by Soeren Kern
Muslim Voters Change Europe by Soeren Kern
Muslim Persecution of Christians: April 2012 by Raymond Ibrahim

Genealogía de México 30890 Somos Primos June 2012 151st online issue http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2012/spjun 12/spjun12.htm#w1

Estándar

Please cut and paste: http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2012/spjun12/spjun12.htm#w1

Dear Primos and friends:

I am sending this out on Memorial Day Monday. Our newspapers, radio, and television are filled with ceremonies and observances of the great debt we owe to our brave military, those who died, served, and are coming back damaged in body and spirit. The current media technology has made us aware of the hatred and suffering of so many. We are a global community. Wars, wherever they are taking place, bring tragedy into the lives of all us, in varying degrees.

We must protect our country. With all its faults, we are still the best nation in the world. Let us pray that our leaders will be guided to strengthen the United States. We need to build the United States back up, to prepare for an uncertain tomorrow, by returning to the precepts and foundation of our United States Constitution. As Hispanics/Latinos, we helped build America, now let us step up and help to protect it in our local communities and wherever we have some influence to do so.

The Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research gave an award directly to National History Day. The winner of the SHHAR Award in California is high school student, Christopher Cruz. Christopher produced a documentary, The Chicano Revolution to Reform the Public Education System. His documentary will compete on the national level. As a society, SHHAR’s purpose by giving an award was to encourage history research in the area of the Hispanic historic presence in the United States.

Also, we would like to invite you, if you have family, friends, or local heroes of outstanding recognition, in any area, please do send information about their accomplishments. We want to acknowledge our primos and celebrate with them. Everyone is blessed by the good that others produce. There seems to be so much effort to stifle success, we need to applaud those that pull away and ahead to improve themselves and their surroundings.

Thanks to all who send GREAT articles and bits of information. I am always surprised and pleased with the variety of subjects.
God bless America, Mimi
www.SomosPrimos.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR JUNE 2012, 151st Online Issue
UNITED STATES
Navy Honors Pioneer Family by Fredrick P. and Linda Martinez Aguirre
Concerned Women for America
Ford Giver L.A. Times $ Million
Court Rules Prayer Proclamation Unconstitutional
Billy Graham’s Prayer For Our Nation
Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal favors some foreign countries.
He could not fly the American Flag in his yard
Watching, 100 years of U.S. History in 10 minutes
PBS Series "Latino Americans" Will Chronicle the Latino Experience
Mixed-race Americans, brushing aside the issue is harder than it seems
Sen. Carlos Truan: A man of the people by Daisy Wanda Garcia
A Wise Latina: Judge Catherine Torres-Stahl by Mercy Bautista Olvera
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) National Latino Family Expo

WITNESS TO HERITAGE
Memorial Day: Remembering our Past and Those Who Shaped It,
Felipe de Ortego y Gasca
Photos of the Tejano Monument
Cinco de Mayo Honors a Tejano Hero by Lino Garcia Jr.
López: The Tejano/Tejana Bucket List by José Antonio López
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY
The Chicano Revolution to Reform the Public Education System
Christopher Cruz, Documentary winner of the California State

HISPANIC LEADERS
Carlos Fuentes, author dies in Mexico City at 83
Tom Fuentes, longtime former O.C. GOP chairman, dies at 63
Francisco Alvarez, GIF Leader

National Issues
Floating bales of marijuana . . . a mystery
Dozens of bodies, many mutilated, dumped in Mexico
White births are no longer a majority in the United States
UC admits record number of out-of-state and international students
Mass Exodus US Oil Refineries.
More Oil Than Rest Of The World
7 Steps to Fix Congress!
Ineptocracy
Gun Control to be Dictated by the United Nations, NOT each country.
First Shoe Drops: Catholic School Drops ObamaCare
Fighting Sharia Law MUST be a Strategic Objective for the US

BUSINESS
General Electric Moving to Beijing|
The Mormon way of business
Santander Appoints Jesse O. Villarreal, Jr. As Executive Vice President
USHCC Applauds Univision for new joint-venture with ABC News

HEALTH ISSUES
Health care crisis is a Crisis of culture
The Weight of the Nation
Comments on some aspects of Obamacare for people over 75 years old
About the simple onion

EDUCATION
Harvard, MIT announce new partnership that will offer free online classes
2012 CMAS-Benson Latin American Collection Short-Term Research Fellowships

CULTURE
New Mural Painted by Malaquías Montoya at UC Davis Student Community Center
Siete Dias con el Pueblo/Seven Days with the People, 1974
Herbert Lewis Hardwick a.k.a. "Cocoa Kid" By: Tony "The Marine" Santiago
Mario Gutierrez wins the Kentucky Derby by Charlie Erickson and Jim Lamare
LITERATURE
June 5, 2012 14th annual International Latino Book Awards
Puentes: Revista méxico-chicana de literature, cultura y arte
The Difference Between British and American Spelling by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D
Voices: San Antonio College Multicultural Journa, Vol. VI (2012) – Commemorative Issue

BOOKS
Latinos in the New Millennium: Almanac of Opinion, Behavior, and Policy Preferences
Exodus from the Alamo: The Anatomy of the Last Stand Myth by Phillip Thomas Tucker
Mexican American Colonization during the Nineteenth Century:
A History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands," by Jose Angel Hernandez
Marked for Death by Geert Wilders
Enchanted Legends and Lore of New Mexico: Witches, Ghosts, and Spirits
by Ray John de Aragón
La Fabrica del Crimen/The Crime Factory by Sandra Rodriguez

PATRIOTS
American Rosie the Riveter Association
Vietnam Wall, Searching by Hometown Location
"Shifty" – an incredible American hero by Chuck Yeager
Death March survivor finally tells story
Social Security and Department of Defense Implement New Process
The unfortunate story of what happened to Joe Sanchez and me
Mesothelioma Resource Online
Army Sergeant Receives Second Highest Military Honor
EARLY PATRIOTS
Cinco de Mayo Historical Reenactment, Camp Mabry Military Base, Austin, Tx
General Bernardo de Galvez and The Texas Longhorn
SURNAMES: Fuentes Family Papers

CUENTOS
Amando Saenz, The End of the Migration Era (1955-1956) Part 6 of 9
Days Gone By
My Papa, Dr. Hector P. Garcia by Daisy Wanda Garcia
To My Grandson Dustin, from Grandma Mimi
Since a Father guides growth and teaches us by Linda LaRoche

FAMILY HISTORY
Family History Expos
Alien Files Arrive at the National Archives in San Bruno, CA
About.com: Genealogy
Salt Lake Family History Library Facebooks
All 1940 US Census Images and Six States Now Published Online
DNA
Tracing your DNA-driven genealogy from 7th century Andalusia, Spain
A general estimate of the global (ethnonational) Brazilian Y DNA and mtDNA
June 15: New Mexico DNA Project presented by Ángel de Cervantes
The oldest hatred: 17 Jewish skeletons found in 13th century English well
Warren’s claim as Native American opens debate over ethnic ties
Genealogy in the Era of Diversity
Isabel Olea by Crispin Rendon

ORANGE COUNTY, CA

June 2: Music & Arts Festival, Heritage Museum of Orange County
June 2: Heritage Hill Ranches to Farms to Cities, Lake Forest
June 2: Wedding Gowns, Tea, and an Historic Wedding, Santa Ana
June 9th, SHHAR Meeting, Donna Starr, Native American History of Bolsa Chica”
Review of May 12 SHHAR Monthly Meeting, Marriage Dispensations
Seniors Making a Difference in the 34th District Recognition Breakfast, May 11
Aqui Entre Nos
June 24th: Rancho Los Alamitos, Reconciling Perspectives
June 24th: Rancho Los Cerritos, Concert Series
First Christian baptism in Spanish colonial California 243 years ago

LOS ANGELES, CA
June 1st, 10 am, Groundbreaking Ceremony, "Aztec Eagles"
Los Archivos de Aztlan
June 8-10th: The 43rd Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
June 10th: Grand Opening of the Rancho Center & Barns Area Restoration
June 21s-23rd: Santa Barbara Summer Symposium
Until July 1st, Legacy of the Serpent

CALIFORNIA
Archive Chronicling History of San Diego’s Chicano Movement to Go Digital
The California-Mexico Studies Center, Inc.
June 28: Fort Ross Bicentennial at the Presidio
July 6–7: Northern California Family History Expo in Sacramento
Bounty-Pitcairn Conference, August 19-21, 2012
Manuel Valencia: California’s Native Son by Julie Armistead
The Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR) UC, Berkeley
NORTHWESTERN US
Mendoza’s Mexican Mercado
Soldiers of Color in the Northwest

SOUTHWESTERN US
The Romneys’ Mexican History By Héctor Tobar
Romney, Facts you need to know by Albert Vigil
Unappreciated Role of the Woman in Frontier History by Richard G.Santos
The California-Mexico Studies Center
Reies Lopez Tijerina
Mike Scarborough Blog: tresoassersonourownland.blogspot.com
Crossing borders with storyteller Luis Alberto Urrea
Lynching of Persons of Mexican Origin or Descent in the United States 1848 to 1928
Escultura de Don Juan de Oñate en El Paso, Texas
Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center
Peoria, AZ Councilman Tony Rivero aims to revive cultural festival
MIDDLE AMERICA
Jose Jimenez, Chief Diversity Officer of the Year Award
West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Largest Slaveholders (1860) and Surname Matches for African Americans

TEXAS
Zapata Rising is now officially formed
Exodus from the Alamo: The Anatomy of the Last Stand Myth by Phillip Thomas Tucker
King of the Wild Frontier: Who was Davy Crockett?
The Mexican Tejanos of South Central Texas by Richard G. Santos
La Voz de Guadalupe County Newspaper

MEXICO
Chapel of La Purísima Tlajomulco by Richard Perry
Inauguración del Museo Del Valle Del Pilón por Tte.Cor. Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero
Enciclopedia de los Municipios y Delegaciones de México
Hijo de Juárez fue un júnior sin oficio ni beneficio: experta
Personajes de la Historia de Mexico por Jose Leon Robles de la Torre
Carlos Salinas de Gortari
Ernesto Zedillo
Donan libros sobre la historia de Reynosa a la Biblioteca Publica de McAllen
Mexican Jihad by Raymond Ibrahim

INDIGENOUS
James Anaya, U.N. special rapporteur
Apache Tribal Nation, Part 1

ARCHAEOLOGY
Discovered: Oldest Known Mayan Calendar
Ancient Mayan workshop for astronomers discovered
Mexican Experts Find Ancient Blood on Stone Knives

SEPHARDIC
Israel Today by written by an Israeli named Dan Sporn
Crash Course on the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Lopez Family’s Unusual Journey and Upward Mobility by Norman Rozeff
The 16th NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival Highlights

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
New Racism Museum Reveals the Ugly Truth Behind Aunt Jemima

EAST COAST
The Hispanic Society of America, Museum and Library
International Latino Book Awards, World Wide Achievements in Latino Literature
CUNY to Open Institute Devoted to Mexican Studies

CARIBBEAN/CUBA
The Oldest synagogue in New World is located in Curacao
The 28 Cubans who helped Fund the Battle of Yorktown

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Archivo Grafico y Museo Historico de la Ciudad de San Franciso y La Region, AR

THE PHILLIPINES
10 Years of Marriage. I Can’t Believe That TimeHas Gone By So Quick.
By Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
La Joya del Kirguistán, the Jewel/Gem of Kyrgyzstan)
By Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
Blesilda Candida Epifania Guia Mueller Ocampo,

SPAIN
Spanish Dating Association Attempting to Solve Social Problem
Thirft Shop Find
Nombres de ida y vuelta por Ángel Custodio Rebollo

INTERNATIONAL
Heaven is Where and Hell is Where
Women’s Rights in Egypt by Anna Mahjar-Barducci
Islam Arrives in the Basque Country by Soeren Kern
Muslim Voters Change Europe by Soeren Kern
Muslim Persecution of Christians: April 2012 by Raymond Ibrahim

Genealogía de México 30888 Presentación del libro “La Memoria Archivada. Los judíos en la Configuración del México Plural.”

Estándar

Presentación de libro

Lugar:
Calle. Acapulco 70. Col. Roma. Del. Cuauhtémoc

Fecha:
2012-06-07

Programa:

El Centro de Documentación e Investigación de la Comunidad Ashkenazí de México.

Invita a la presentación del libro: La Memoria Archivada. Los Judíos en la Configuración del México Plural.

Se llevará a cabo el 7 de junio de 2012 a las 19.30 horas.

Presenta.

Dra. Alicia Gojman de Backal

Dr. Carlos Martínez Assad

Dra. Silvia Hamui de Sutton

Dr. Oscar de la Borbolla

Este libro surgió del Primer Congreso Internacional de Investigación titulado "La memoria archivada. Los judíos en la configuración del México plural", organizado por el Centro de Documentación de la Comunidad Ashkenazí de México (CDICA) en su 20° aniversario y la Facultad de Estudios Profesionales Acatlán, de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, en conmemoración de los 35 años de su fundación.

Esta obra plasma desde muy diversas perspectivas, la vida, la experiencia, los sabores y los orígenes de la comunidad judía, su precisión y lujo de detalles atrapan al lector, y ofrecen un retrato de la cotidianidad de una comunidad que, aun en contra de las circunstancias en las que se encontraba inmersa, fue capaz de adaptarse a las notables diferencias sociales, culturales y económicas de un país ajeno y distinguirse por su labor encomiable en la construcción de la nación mexicana.

Usted podrá adquirir el libro en la presentación con un descuento especial.

Vino de honor

Datos adicionales Organizador o responsable:
Centro de Documentación e Investigación de la Comunidad Ashkenazí de México

Email:
cdica

Genealogía de México 30887 Oficina de Software Libre de la Universidad de Granada: GRAMPS, hazte tu árbol g enealógico.

Estándar

http://osl.ugr.es/2012/05/27/gramps-hazte-tu-arbol-genealogico/

GRAMPS, hazte tu árbol genealógico.

May 27th, 2012 by José Antonio Serrano García.

GRAMPS (Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System) es un software de genealogía, que esta disponible bajo licencia GPL, con soporte para los sistemas operativos GNU/LINUX, BSD, SOLARIS, Mac OS X y Windows.

Con este programa podemos crear, añadir, enlazar toda la familia, desde a los abuelos, padres, hermanos, tios, primos, poner la fotografia, la fecha de nacimiento y/o muerte, e incluso algunos otros eventos como bodas, divorcios, bautizos, comuniones, etc

También nos permite generar informes por descendencia o ascendencia, dibuja mapas de relaciones, etc

Pagina del proyecto: http://gramps-project.org/

Para los usuarios de Ubuntu, lo tenemos en el Centro de software.

Gramps