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Somos Primos July 2015
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Dear Friends, Primos, and family:

Happy July 4th. As you celebrate this day, let me bring to your attention, the words of Judge Edward Butler, Past National President General of the Sons of the American Revolution, who writes in his newly published, Galvez/ Spain Our Forgotten Ally in the American Revolutionary War that . . .


17,000 Spanish troops and sailors fought the English in North America during the war.

Galvez army drove the English out of the lower Mississippi River by defeating them at Manchac, Baton Rouge & Natchez.

His Spanish army and militia defeated the English at St. Louis.

His Spanish army and militia captured the British fort with a warehouse of weapons, food and supplies at Fort St. Joseph at Niles, Michigan.

He led the attacks on Mobile and Pensacola and drove the British from the Gulf coast.

Spanish merchants supplied the colonists with arms, ammunition and supplies as early as 1774.

On one day the Spanish fleet captured 55 British ships, including 8 war ships, taking over 2,500 crewmen as prisoners."

Our Spanish ancestors were among those soldiers who fought for the freedom of this continent. Let us celebrate with pride in the contributions of our ancestors.

Enjoy sharing these facts.
God bless America and God bless Israel


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