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Somos Primos October 2016 Table of Contents
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Dear Family and Friends:

Hope you all enjoyed some Hispanic Heritage Month activities in
September; we still have two weeks in October to complete our month. It
is nice to identify a time period to ask for recognition of our
heritage. Our population keeps increasing in size and public awareness
is good for all.

You’ll enjoy a map showing the distribution of Latinos in the United
States. Viewing the map made an impact on me.

It turns out that half of all Hispanics/Latinos in the United States
live in California and Arizona, neither of which state has ever had a
Latino United States Senator in Congress.

You’ll find quite a few articles on immigrants and government amnesties.

You’ll enjoy a special article on the Summer Olympics by Mercy Bautista
Olvera on Hispanics who won an Olympic Medal, not only United States
winners, but Hispanics from Spanish speaking countries, Mexico, Puerto
Rico Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Spain.

A surprise support for Rancho del Sueno came from a song, Soldier’s
Song, sung by David Meza. Do listen to it. It is very touching:
https://youtu.be/XR2EV4B7BLo. The composer, Mel Harker will send a CD
copy to anyone that donates to Rancho del Sueno, the herd of horses
whose DNA ancestry goes back to the earliest horses brought into the
Americas by our Spanish ancestors. Mr. Harker action is in strong
support of Resurrecting Lives whose mission is to help returning
Veterans deal with the traumatic effects of war, a focus of concern and
involvement in which Rancho del Sueno has also been involved.

Thank you Mel, who can be reached at 1 562 477 8575.

The California drought has greatly increased the burden of caring for
the herd.
So a very special thank you to Steve and Jane Shanahan, who applied,
requested and received a large grant from the Nebraska Lincoln Community
Foundation for Rancho del Sueno. Thank you to the Shanahans and
Lincoln Community Foundation.

God bless America, Mimi


Two different counter-terrorism measures amendments unanimously approved
authored by
U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA)
Latino Representation in the US Senate non-existent for Californians,
historically unfair.
New Survey Today: U.S. Latino Population Growth
Dramatization of 1849 Debates which resulted in the Bilingual Document
for the 1849 California Constitution
2016 Hispanic-Owned Businesses in the U.S. and Educational Attainment
The first Wal-Mart store opened in 1962
Mexican-American civil-rights conference meets in Laredo, September
14th, 1911
Recollections of the 48th Anniversary of the 1968 U.S. Commission on
Civil Rights Hearing
Civil Rights–How Far We Have Come!
The Lost Mexicans of t he Bastanchury Ranch , the Deported by Gustavo
AB 146: New California Law Urges Schools to Include a Lesson on Mexican
Congress tried to fix immigration back in 1986. Why did it fail? by
Brad Plumer
1986 IRCA Amnesty Failed for Mexicans, but not for Over-Stayed Visa
Holders by Mimi Lozano
The Seven Amnesties Passed by Congress
Undocumented students go “back home” to Mexico for the first time

Hispanic Olympian Medal Winners Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2016 by Mercy

Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez
Rancho Del Sueño: Home of the Endangered Wilbur-Cruce Mission Horses
Random Act of Mendez Month, RAM, September 15 – October 15
National Historic Landmark Site of Mendez v. Westminster

Details of the expeditions of Hernando de Soto
Rare Film from 1932
Isabel de Castilla, la primera mujer en aparecer en monedas y sellos de
los Estados Unidos

San Juanita Martinez-Hunter, Ph. D.
Juan Gabriel’s Ashes, Purple Rains and the Rebirth of the Pachuco

Soldier’s Song
Inside The Army’s Spectacular Hidden Treasure Room
Lest We Forget: Latino/Chicano Veterans

The Gathering Storm by Judge Edward Butler
September 1779 by Joe Perez

The Mendez Family . . . La Familia Mendez by Mike Mendez
The Illustrious House of Mendez de Sotomayor by John D. Inclan
Meaning of the Suffix EZ or ES: Posted and written by Jaron J. Cortez

Worlds Within Us by Samir S. Patel
click to Book review of: In Mestizo Genomics: Race Mixture, Nation, and
Science in Latin America

Salt Lake New Collections Update: Week of September 19, 2016
Top 100 Genealogy Sites
Traductor – sugerencia para revista bilingue

UTRGV student reflects the lessons learned at MOSTHistory
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) actively recruiting for ethnic
minority and woman candidates
VE . . VolcomEducation LLC
There IS room for faith in public schools
XICAN, Institute for Teaching and Organizing

Juan Gabriel, superstar Mexican songwriter/singer dies at 66 in
Luis Valdez, 2015 National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal
The Poetic Nun: Sor Juana: feminist, intellectual, advocate
Xochitl Morales, Young Latina Poet’s Ode to Her Heritage Goes Viral
The #1 Quinceanera Magazine in the Nation!
23 Theatre Companies That Tell Black and Latino Stories
Familia Social Club

New Books in Latino Studies is a podcast available on iTunes
Mestizo Genomics: Race Mixture, Nation, and Science in Latin America
The Mexican Frontier 1821-1846" by David J. Weber
Pesos and Dollars: Entrepreneurs in the Texas-Mexico Borderlands
1880-1940 by Alicia M. Dewey
Kappo Storias, website focused on Spanish perspective on world history:
13 Jinetes (horsemen) contra el Imperio Azteca (Otumba 1521)
Bastardos, Ilegítimos e Incluseros en la Historia de España por Vicenta
Márquez de la Plata

Amin David – A Celebration of His Life & Legacy!
Oct 8: Spanish Patriots during the American Revolution, DAR/ SAR
Connection by Letty Rodella
Photo: Westminster Clothing, April 02, 1953
First Sunday of the Month Free Writers’ Lab: Breath of Fire, Latina
Theater Ensemble

Los Angeles Southwest College Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
October 7, 2016, Documentary Truth Seekers on California Repatriation
Book presentation: The Four Seasons of Muralism by Raul Anguiano

October 20-23, 2016: Conference of California of Historical Societies
Fall Symposium
Residents of Pueblo de las Juntas (in the Fresno area), by Stanley A.
Lucero, Madera, CA

Edward Alcantar shares a memory of his mother . . . A bag with three
I’m From Here’: Not All Hispanics Are Recent Arrivals by Jessica Montoya
YouTube collection features over a hundred free stories told by master
storyteller Joe Hayes.
Presidio of Tucson, Arizona Fall Happenings
15 dragones de Cuera contra 300 apaches, Tucson 1779
José Antonio López: The Promise of New Mexico

Alayah Benavidez: Miss Texas United States 2016
October 6-8, 2016: The Texas State Hispanic Genealogical Annual
Connecting the Past to the Future
October 21-22, 2016: The Hereditary Societies of Texas 2016 Annual
VOCES Oral History Project, University of Texas, Austin
Museum of South Texas History
Hispanic Heritage Month, a free eBook, and more TSHA news
San Fernando de Bexar Municipal Records, 1770-1832
Sam Houston elected first president of the Republic of Texas, 1836
Jaybirds order black leaders out of Fort Bend County
Report of my research to Los Bexarenos, Oct 1st 2016

Mural honors UMOS legacy, connects past and current movements for equal
The Learning Years, 1945-1950, Churning butter and dust storms:
Memories, Number 2 by Rudy Padilla

Study: 57 Million Hispanics Living in the US by Jason Devaney
Portugal, The Last Hope: Sousa Mendes’ Visas for Freedom
“Juan de Miralles Trayllón, en el 300º aniversario de su nacimiento”
Smithsonian Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, September 1, 2016
Cerámica de los Ancestros, at the National Museum of American Indian

Take Interactive Tour of the National Museum of African American History
and Culture
Black in America, Smithsonian September 2016 magazine Issue: Black in

Los Espanoles dando honor a las culturas precolombinas decidieron poner
estatuas de sus reyes en el palacio real.
Annual New Mexico Hispanic Fiesta Draws Native American Ire By Russell

Recommended Websites: (1) On Spanish Jewry and (2) Brief History of Jews
in Mexico
Portugal, The Last Hope: Sousa Mendes’ Visas for Freedom < under East

October 15: International Archaeology Day
Maya calendar is Americas’ oldest manuscript
Scientists just discovered a secret American manuscript that was hidden
under paint for 500 years

Amigos de la Batalla de Monterrey de 1846
Bautismo del General Insurgente Don Vicente Guerrero Saldaña. Benemèrito
de la Patria.
Matrimonio del Excelentìsimo Señor Don Juan Pedro, Elisidoro, Alfonso,
Conde Dubois de Saligny
Matrimonio del Sr. Lic. Don Juan Nepomuceno de Garza y Evia con Doña
Marìa de Jesùs de la Garza.
Defunciónes de Sr. Lic. Don Juan Nepomuceno de Garza y Evia con Doña
Marìa de Jesùs de la Garza
Bautismo de don Rosendo Ocañas Ocañas, Autor de la popular Radio novela
y don Rodulfo Garcìa
Cuellar; Autor del corrido de don Rodulfo Garcìa
Bautismo y defunción de Don Josè Antonio Pelagio Labastida y Dàvalos
Arzobispo de Mèxico

Ruta de Andres Nino, 1519, 1522, 1524
La verdad histórica del descubrimiento de las Islas Hawaii por José
Antonio Crespo-Francés

Baguio City, the Summer Capital of the Philippines by Eddie AAA
Calderon, Ph.D.
Castilian Accents and Letters and the Words Tú, /Ustedes, and Vosotros
by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.

La amnesia internacional sobre el Imperio naval Español. La necesidad de
historia by Javier Noriega

Mercado de Trajano, Roma, precursor de nuestros centros comerciales
Photo: Pre-Taliban days in Afghanistan when women enjoyed professional
Voting records in the United Nations of various Arabic/Islamic States
Against the United States
A Spanish Connection, Descendents of William the Conqueror, King of
England by John D. Inclan



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