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Genealogía de México 32803 Invitación y Programa de la VIII Reunión Internacional de “Los Elizondo” en Salti llo Coahuila el 11 de Octubre del 2014.

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Hola Amigos y Parientes.
Saludos cordiales, les mando 2 archivos donde los invitamos a la VIII Reunion Internacional de Los Elizondo en Saltillo Coahuila, el 11 de Octubre del 2014.
Te esperamos a ti y tu familia asi como a tus amigos, reenvia esta invitación a los parientes o amigos que creas les interese.
También los invitamos a participar en nuestra página de Facebook Gran Familia Elizondo donde participaremos dando información sobre este y otros eventos de la Gran Familia de los Elizondo.

No faltes te esperamos DIOS LOS BENDIGA.

Edna Yolanda Elizondo González.

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Genealogía de México 32802 Libro por Rafael Nieto y Cortadellas

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    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urrutia CachedUrrutia, meaning “distant, far away” in Basque, is the name of a family that originated in Zumárraga in the province of Gipuzkoa, and then spread out throughout the …

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    http://www.worldcat.org/title/villa-urrutia-un- linaje-vasco-en…Get this from a library! Los Villa-Urrutia; un linaje vasco en Mex́ico y en la Habana.. [Rafael Nieto y Cortadellas]

Genealogía de México 32800 Cómo crear tu propio escudo de armas en línea

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Los caballeros de la edad media utilizaban escudos de armas para identificarse mientras llevaban armaduras pesadas. El sello se convirtió en una manera de distinguir a la familia o linaje, así como anunciar su presencia durante una batalla o torneo. En la actualidad tú puedes crear tu propio escudo de armas usando herramientas en línea como MakeYourCoatofArms.com. Es muy sencillo y puedes lograrlo con tan solo un par de pasos básicos. Con el tiempo puedes personalizar tu escudo de armas con alguna de las miles de combinaciones diferentes.

Instrucciones

  1. 1 Inicia sesión en MakeYourCoatofArms.com y haz clic en el botón "Comenzar" de la parte superior de la página. Este abrirá una nueva ventana en tu navegador para permitirte comenzar a diseñar tu escudo de armas.
  2. 2 Selecciona el tipo de escudo que quieras de la lista en la parte inferior de la ventana. Nota la barra de desplazamiento que te permite navegar a través de un gran número de formas.
  3. 3 Usa el selector de color del lado derecho en la pantalla para elegir el color de fondo del escudo, y luego haz clic en la opción "Paso 2" del lado superior izquierdo de la pantalla.
  4. 4 Elige un tipo de estandarte de las opciones disponibles, luego escribe el nombre de tu familia en el editor de texto. Selecciona un color para las letras y luego elige otro color para el fondo del estandarte. Haz clic en el "Paso 3" de la parte superior de la pantalla cuando hayas terminado.
  5. 5 Haz clic en otro tipo de estandarte para tu lema personal. Escribe un lema en el editor de texto o selecciona alguno ya creado de la lista. Elige una fuente y los colores de la misma forma en la que lo hiciste con tu nombre y luego haz clic en el "Paso 4".
  6. 6 Selecciona tus valores de la lista en el lado inferior izquierdo de la pantalla o introduce los tuyos. Puedes seleccionar cuatro valores diferentes. Haz clic en el "Paso 5" cuando hayas terminado.
  7. 7 Elige cuatro símbolos de la lista en el lado izquierdo de la pantalla y arrástralos hasta las secciones apropiadas de tu escudo. Intenta que tus símbolos correspondan a los valores que hayas elegido. Haz clic en el "Paso 6".
  8. 8 Tu escudo de armas está terminado. Escribe tu nombre y una dirección de correo electrónico para imprimirlo.

Genealogía de México 32799 Somos Primos: Lost and Found: Three hundred year-old Mexican document found in Milw aukee (April 3, 2012)

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Lost and Found: Three hundred year-old Mexican document found in Milwaukee

Published April 3, 2012 Uncategorized4 Comments
Tags: American Geographical society Library, codice de Santa Catarina Ixtepeji, colonial Latin America, Guatemalan history, Laura Matthew

Laura Matthew on the secret life of primary sources and the responsibility historians have to them, and to each other, when documenting the past.

I have been thinking about how documents are lost, then found.

A week or so ago, my friend and colleague Aims McGuiness from the History department at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (UWM) left me a voice mail message. “There’s this mysterious document at the American Geographical Society Library here at UWM,” he said. “It looks colonial-era, and maybe Mexican. The librarians don’t know what it is, or how they got it. Could you come look at it?”

“Ooh, fun!” I emailed him back (yes, that’s a direct quote). “I can always make time for a lost document.”

Little did I know. A few days later, Jovanka Ristic and Kay Guilden at the AGS Library unrolled in front of me a piece of bark paper on textile, about six feet long and two feet wide. The document had the characteristic look of an indigenous land title from Mexico’s mid-colonial period, a mix of traditional pictographic narration and alphabetic text.

Genealogía de México 32798 Noemí Valentino Castañeda: Quisiera conectarme con algún descendie nte. Noemí Valentino C.: La familia de mi bisabuela Juana de Castañeda vino a Argentina a mediados del siglo XIX, se instalaron en lo que hoy es Pcia., de Mendoza. Era muy joven y fue tomada cautiva por indios araucanos provenientes d e Chile. Sus padres la buscaron por años y regresaron a España. Regresaron hermanos 15 años después y la encontraron . No quiso regresar ya que había tenido 2 hijos con el cacique Aila, que no dejó que se los llevase, pero ella les pus o su apellido. Uno era Manuel Castañeda, mi abuelo. Éste se vino a Argentina, mi madre era su hija. Sé el lugar dónd e enterraron a mi bisabuela en Chile. En la localidad de Pangipulli y que murió a los 10’3 años, suprimió el “de” de su apellido

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Genealogía de México 32797 Revista Genealogica en Linea: Somos Primos September 2014 http://www.somosprimo s.com/sp2014/spsep14/spsep14.htm

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Dear Primos and Friends:

If you attend events celebrating Hispanic Month,September 15 to October 15, I encourage you share the experience with Somos Primos. Don’t feel intimidated, a short little article and a photo or two is just fine.

What Somos Primos is trying to convey is the Latino presence all over the United States and world. Gratefully, it is the involvement and contributions of readers that is accomplishing that goal.

Thank you for your submissions, for finding and sending fascinating articles and tidbits. It such fun to open my emails and read what is happening.

God bless America, Mimi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

UNITED STATES
September 11, 2001 Jihadist Attack Remembered: Sept 10-12 conference, Washington, D.C.
9/11 Memorial Museum in New York, opened May 2014
America – New Song!
Navy Bibles will stay! A victory for religious liberty!
Discover Our Shared Heritage: El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, National Historic Trail
The Rise of Latina & Latino Studies in the United States
NALIP’s Top Latino Writers
The Chicana/o Legacy Gaining traction but still No. 9 by Rodolfo F. Acuña
What we Owe our Tejano Ancestors by José Antonio “Joe” López
“Past deeds pave our way to the future” by José Antonio López
Braceros and farm workers from Mexico by Dr. L. Eve Armentrout Ma, Esq.
Preserving Places that Matter in American Latino History, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Percentage of Hispanics associated with the Best Medical Schools in the US
Concerned daughter writes to White House about her mother and other struggling homeowners

HERITAGE PROJECTS
Guy Gabaldon Statue Project, Los Angeles, CA
Otra Vez by Daisy Wanda Garcia: Dr. Hector P. Garcia Clinic Restoration, Corpus Christi, TX
Veterans’ and Family Outreach Center, Big plan for Garcia’s Old Clinic by Nadia Tamez-Robledo
Raising Funds for the Santa Rosa de Lima Mission in Tucson. AZ
The San Pedro Creek Improvement Project, TX
Saving Lincoln Center: An El Paso Community’s Effort to Protect its Chicano Heritage
Looking for Mexican Americans and baseball in Texas
New Charlesfort-Santa Elena National Park Service Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plan
The Telling Project, Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater, San Antonio, Texas
Strangers into Neighbors: The Latinos and Hispanics in Alamance County, North Carolina
Latest update on the Trujillo Adobe
Over 2200 Apparitions of the Blessed Mother throughout the world in the 20th century
Doing Your Own Documentary, San Francisco
Save Our History, the Chicana/o Archive Project
Story Corps

HISTORIC TIDBITS
WW II Aircraft Carriers on the Great Lakes by Oscar Ramirez
La Battallia del Encinal de Medina by Dan Arellano
August 19th, 1749: Apaches bury the hatchet in exchange of Conversion to Christianity
HISPANIC LEADERS

LATINO PATRIOTS
Youtube: First "Air Force One".
Youtube: Project Vigil: D-Day 2014
Youtube: Hitler’s GI Death camp
Photo: Erasmo "Doc" Riojas, SEAL Reunion
Honoring Borinqueneer Raul Reyes
Hispanic Medal of Honor Calendar of Upcoming Exhibits

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
Dorothy Perez, Recipient of Prestigious SAR Award by Henry A. García, jr.
United States of Spain? Guillermo Fresser
TCARA celebrated its 10th Anniversary, July 23, 2014

SURNAMES
Grijalva

DNA
My DNA tells me who I am
New DNA discovery: totally new outlook on evolution

FAMILY HISTORY
About Genealogy by Kimberly Powell
Search WWI POW Records Online for Free
How to Trace the History of Your Home
FamilySearch Adds More Than 1.5 Million Indexed Records and Images
to Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ghana, Italy, and the United States
Helpful Hints from Readers

EDUCATION
Insights From National Leaders, Latino Youth/Education Policy Issues, Antonio R. Flores, Ph.D.
Michael Derrick Tubbs Founder, The Phoenix Scholars, Stockton, California
Free Cash for College Workshops

CULTURE
Salon: Culture and Conversation by Bernadette Inclan
September 17, 2014: The San Francisco Art Institute . . . . ART and Revolutions
Seeking U.S. Art All Over Map
The Xoloitzcuintli, Mexican Hairless Dog by John Inclan
Ding dong, muerto me llevan en un cajon
Lydia Mendoza, guitarist and singer of Tejano, conjunto, & traditional Mexican-America music.
Loaf of Art
La Virgin by Rafael Jesus Gonzalez

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
Ten Years of "SOMOS PRIMOS" DVD of past print issues (1990-1999)
Wilbur-Cruce Spanish Mission/Ranch Horse, A Beautiful, Cruel Country
by Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce
Mobile Must Fall by Stephen Estopinal
Colonial Spanish Texas and Other Essays by Dr. Lino Garcia
The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction by Linda Gordon
New Mexico Book of the Undead by Ray John De Aragon
Terror on the Border by J. Gilberto Quezada
Border Boss by J. Gilberto Quezada
The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction by Linda Gordon
Mexican American Colonization during the Nineteenth Century:
A History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands by José Angel Hernández.

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
September 13, SHHAR Monthly Meeting: John Schmal, "Finding Your Roots in Mexico"
September 27: 15th Logan Barrio Family Reunion
Incoming Cultures: Influences and Legacies in Orange County, Smithsonian Collaboration
Martyred Priests, Their Journey to Orange County
Two of Orange County’s founding clans mend fences after a 125-year rift, September 18, 1995
Yorba Cemetery, A portal to the past, Quick overview… family history
Ramon Peralta Adobe, The story of people and change, Quick overview…
Lorenzo (Larry) Luera Ray High School Class of 1954, Part 1 of 2

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Nov 10th: Chronically Homeless Vets to Get Homes in Boyle Heights
Sept 7th: Apostolate of La Virgen de Los Remedios
View from the Pier by Herman Sillas
Ralph M. Terrazas: First Latino Chief of LA Fire Department Confirmed by City Council
Great Read In this group, she’s just Gloria Molina, quilter by Abby Sewell

CALIFORNIA
Irwindale, Beauty in the Dust by Marylouise Fraijo Ambriz
A History of Neighborhood House in Logan Heights: Mary & Helen Marston by Maria Garcia
A Trail for Humanity’s Final Walk Begins in Chicano Park by Brent E. Beltran
Mi Vida Con Carino by Lorena Ruiz de Frain, Final, Part III, Life in Los Altos

NORTHWESTERN, US
Mariachi Nuevo Santander Performed in Oregon Shakespeare Festival
World War II Bracero Program in Oregon

SOUTHWESTERN, US
Colores YouTube
My Days as a Colonist / Soldier with Don Juan de Onate – Part 8 by Louis F. Serna
After being part of Mexico, could the Far West ever have become part of the Deep South?
By Galal Kernahan
I hope everyone had a great 4th of July, 2014. Best regards-Old guy

TEXAS
Sept 25-27, 2014: 35th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference
September 28: Post conference luncheon planned
Dear Texas History Enthusiast
Legacy of Texas, maps, art, flags
1871 tax assessment document of Cameron County
Laredo, Texas Memories by Gilberto J. Quezada
Laredo Transportation
Laredo Exhibit Honoring Sisters of Mercy’s 120 Years of Service in Laredo
An Unforgettable Reunion
Correspondence between Gilberto and Jose M. Pena
Do any of these Laredo streets look familiar?
Creating Beauty from Devastation in Galveston by Rosie Carbo
A 1954 Candidate Uses His Family History to Help Him Win an Election by Eddie Garcia
Las Porciones Society
House Resolution 709
Clash with Ranchers radicalizes rancher
Border Bandits, Part III by Norman Rozzell

MIDDLE AMERICA
1691 Tira from Santa Catarina de Ixtepeji, Oaxaca Mexico,
featured in Milwaukee,Wisconsin Mexican Fiesta
John N. Harper’s ACADIANS, Writings by Winston De Ville

EAST COAST
Maps of Spanish Missions
September 6, 2014: Admiral Don Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Founding of St. Augustine
Los Floridanos Society

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
Hard Times for Black Colleges by Michael H. Cottman
Rosenwald Schools
Breaking Ground Caribbean Cultural Center: African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI)
B.B. King to chair National Monument in the Mississippi Delta to honor cotton pickers.

INDIGENOUS
Indigenous Coahuila de Zaragoza by John P. Schmal

SEPHARDIC
Sephardic Jews founded key cities in Mexico
San Antonio scholar to discuss culture at Laredo temple by Tricia Cortez, Laredo Morning Times
The Different Perspectives of Jewish Law, the Jewish People, and the State of Israel towards the Secret Jews (Anusim)
by Shlomo Buzaglo

ARCHAEOLOGY
Before they left Africa, early modern humans were ‘culturally diverse’

MEXICO
Lost and Found: Three hundred year-old Mexican document found in Milwaukee
130 representative of the Yaqui Tribe went to Mexico City
Carlos Slim supported 165,000 young people to attend a university
Bautismo de Deodoro Pedro Regalado Francisco de Paula de la Santisima Trinidad
La historia familiar oral se desvanece en sólo tres generaciones
El registro del bautismo de Aurelio Maicotte
Personajes extranjeros radicados en la Capital de Mexico y Archivaldo Pasqual Francisco Epitacio

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
Malfalda, Popular Comic Strip
Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Mathematical Devices of the Inca in Peru by April Holloway,
José Antonio Manso de Velasco, un ‘tsunami’ que dio nombre a un título nobiliario
Por José A. Crespo Francés*
Gray-Eyed Man of Destiny by William Walker in Nicaragua

PHILIPPINES
Half a Century of Being in the USA by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.

SPAIN
Hernán Cortés
Estados Unidos… ¿de España?
Gálvez: el marino español que se aventuró <solo> contra las defensas inglesas de Florida

INTERNATIONAL
Remembering 9/11 and the history of Muslim acts of Terrorism Against Europeans
Hand of God sent missile into sea
Catalonia to Muslims: Support Independence, Get Mega-Mosque
Islamic Statement: "We Will Take Spain