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#Genealogia.org.mx 35000 REVISTA GENEALOGIA EN LINEA Y GRATUITA: Somos Primos “We are Cousins” July 2019

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Somos Primos, "We are Cousins" July 2019
http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2019/spjul19/spjul19.htm

Dear Family, Primos, and Friends:
Gathering articles to include in a patriotic July issue has moved me
with an even deeper awareness of the history of sacrifices made by our
ancestors, loved ones, and strangers, to acquire and achieve the
freedoms we enjoy here in the United States.

Sadly, the emphasis in our colleges and even high schools, seems to
focus on the ugly parts of United States history. We should be learning
from our past, instead of squashing, erasing, and demeaning it. We need
to apply an understanding of the social/economic times, looking at the
evolution of social and change. Emphasis on the ugly is resulting in
anti-American attitudes, which are harmful to unity.

There is no question that we have hang-over issues still in flux and in
need of repair. We also have many issues darkening the present: opioid
epidemic, obesity, homelessness, alcoholism, education, medical care,
etc. etc.).

BUT the criticism of OUR PAST does not match the lack of freedom and
injustices in many parts of the world RIGHT NOW. Well-known are
China’s Muslims citizens in concentration camps. Persecution and
murdering of Christians is happening all over the world, as are
culturally acceptable forms of slavery.

We have laws and a constitution, which need to be protected. I think we
should be grateful for the sacrifices that were made for us, and face
the facts of the "ugly parts" of our history, and dedicate ourselves to
solve together the new issues facing us right now. We can’t change the
past, but we can shape the future.

It is always a joy when individuals, or groups step in to solve local
problems, like a Nun who gathered diapers to distribute to poor women, a
high school student who helps other students figure out how to enroll in
college, the couple who started raising bees to improve the
neighborhood, a beach clean-up, or mothers who harvest vegetables to
give away, free after-school tutoring, etc.

If you are aware of any good works in your community by a
"Spanish-surnamed" individual(s), please send. I would love to share
it. It would be great to finish up 20 years of Somos Primos with lots
of stories about the wonderful contributions of our primos.

Have a great July 4th Celebration, and find reasons to be proud of being
an American..
Mimi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

75th ANNIVERSARY of D-DAY
General Eisenhower Speaks to Troops
June 6, 1944, one of largest amphibious military assaults in history
Radio Interview of Lt. General (Ret.) Jerry Boykin
Excerpt/prayer delivered,Pres. Franklin Roosevelt,read by Pres. Trump
Hon. Frederick & Linda Martinez Aguirre Attended 75th of D-Day event
On D-day,OC Vet’s son helps honor Mexican Americans who served in WWII
Hillsdale College offering “The Second World Wars” online course on DVD

The CASUALTIES of VIET NAM by Rudy Padilla

UNITED STATES
Flor y canto para nuestros tiempos – by Rafael Jesús González
Every U.S. National Park Ranked
Chicano Park, San Diego
Patriots All – Red and Blue by By José Antonio López
Blueprint Paper
July 10-July 13, 2019: 90th LULAC National Convention and Exposition
Are Pickets and Marches Effective? by Sal Baldenegro
Identity: Trends in Latino Ethnicity in the US by Albert V Vela, PhD
Andy Ruiz: Heavyweight champ, "Dad Bod icon" after TKO by Andy Staples
Why I Stand for the American Flag
Company Fined for Flying American Flag
CAP OC Celebrates Being Community Action!
Tribute to the Fallen and Their Families plaque by Randy Reeves
A Soldier’s Tour at Arlington National Cemetery
“I lost a son,” she says, “and gained 40 of them.”

Ben Shapiro Explains America’s ‘Crisis of Truth’ on Christian Podcast
Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America by David Horowitz
Radical Vision for America Marks Nation’s Demise, Not its Salvation
Billion-Dollar Business of Human/Drug Smuggling By Charlotte
Cuthbertson
They finally came for George Washington.
Hillsdale College “The Second World Wars” online course as a DVD set

HERITAGE PROJECTS
Mimi’s Stories, Chap 19: From Love of Theater to Love of Jesus Christ
May 7, 1965: "The Bible in Dance" by the Dancers of Truth
October 1,1965: Bible in Dance Featured,Guenther’s Murrieta Hot Springs
November 10, 1965: Joslyn Opening Features Dancers
February 16, 1966: Manhattan Beach Program Offers Spiritual Dances
‘Sister’s’ Art Mirrors the Brotherhood of Man by Ellen ShulteHISTORIC

TIDBITS
Cinco de Mayo, Latino/Mexican Commemoration? David E Hayes-Bautista,PhD
The U.S. Cavalry: Boots, Saddles & Tanks

HISPANIC LEADERS
Angelo Falcón June 23, 1951 – May 24, 2018,
President/cofounder of the National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP)
Gloria Cortinas Oliver May 22, 1937 – May 10, 2019 SHHAR

AMERICAN PATRIOTS
Guy Gabaldon, Pied Piper of Saipan

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
April 27th, King William Parade, San Antonio SURNAMES
Lope de Sosa y Mesa
Carvajal

DNA
What have you done to use your scientific skills to find your Dad’s
extended families?
Immigration: It’s in Our DNA
Daisy’s DNA Test Results by J. Gilberto Quezada

FAMILY HISTORY
Memories of my Sister Gloria Cortinas Oliver by Angel Cortinas
As a kid I was curious about my great grandparents, by Margarita B.
Velez
Blocks in archival research: Delayed Births by Felix Almaraz, Ph.D.
FamilySearch Celebrates 20 Years Online
Family Search: Expands,free Website by 47.4 million new indexed records
Historical Events Your Ancestors Live Through and More

RELIGION
As religiosity declined, social ills have abounded, by Michael J.
Knowles
The Life-Saving Power of the Cross: A Near-Suicide Story
NFL’s Top Young Quarterbacks Are Men Of God
Latino evangelical leaders in Jerusalem summit on Israel, Michele Chabin
Christians Need To Stop Being So Naive About Muslim Immigration
How We Could See Bibles Back in the Classroom

EDUCATION
October l0-11-12: Conference, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Baja
NYC Department of Education: ‘Individualism’ Is ‘White Supremacy
Culture’
Paul Briones, Educator, Musician
Inspiring: Graduates: Erica Alfaro, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anna Ocegueda
Diana Natalicio, 31 years as UTEP President; Story, Told in Ten T-Shirts
Mitzi Montoya named provost and executive vice president
Reese Ramos, director of the University Ombuds Office at Virginia Tech
Mercedes Ramírez Fernández, First Vice President for Equity and
Inclusion
U. of Texas Is Sued Over Affirmative Action in Admissions

CULTURE
August 15-17, 2019 San Diego International MARIACHI SUMMIT
Texas: A Musical Journey eBook
MyTSHA Dashboard

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
Every Night & Every Morn: Medal of Honor Recipients by John L. Johnson
2019 International Book Award Finalists
Four Winds Journal
Book: "El Quebra y Sangrar de un Hombre Macho" Translation Award to
Gloria Schaffer Melendez, Ph.D.
Book: "Better Than Me: 3 Generations of Inner Strength" AlbertbM.Quihuis
Book: "Defying Jihad" by Esther Ahmad and Craig Borlase

FILMS, TV, RADIO, INTERNET
Unrest: Founding of the Cal State Northridge Chicana/o Studies
Chicano! PBS Documentary, Fighting for Political Power
Videos from Latino 247 We Thought You’d Enjoy by Kirk Whisler
Edward James Olmos, Legacy of ‘Stand and Deliver,’ Three Decades Later
20th Anniversary Kick-Off: An Evening with NALIP’ Highlights!
Chicano Park, Barrio Logan, San Diego, The Takeover of Chicano Park

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
July 13: SHHAR Monthly: Mary Garcia,“My Journey to Malpaso, Zacatecas"
Sergio Contreras Secures Wave of Endorsements in OC Supervisor Bid
August 8: Valley High School All Class 60th Birthday Celebration

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
July 3rd and 4th: Fort Moore Memorial: The waterfall has been turned
on!
Sept 21st: International Latino Book Awards Finalists, LA City College
L.A. County Homeless Population Jumps
Nixon and the Mexicans by Dr. Henry M. Ramirez
September 7th, Mass honoring departed members of the Mexican Diaspora
of 1913-1930 in Pomona

CALIFORNIA
July 6, Frida’s Birthday, La Pena, San Francisco
July 7, Paseo, Piquete y Floreo en el Baile de Bomba (3 Part Series)
Puerto Rican Bomba dancing
Los Pobladores, December 1990, El Mensaje, Vol. X, No. 3
September 28, 2019: Latino Book & Family Festival, Free Community Event

NORTHWESTERN, US
Organizing Washington’s Migrant Farmworkers by David Bacon
In 1945, a Japanese Balloon Bomb Killed Six Americans, Five of Them
Children, in Oregon

SOUTHWESTERN, US
To the End of the Earth: History of Crypto-Jews NM by Stanley M. Hordes
Another Islamist Training Camp Found in Heartland US, Linked NM Compound

TEXAS
8 Women In Texas Form "Angry Tias And Abuelas" To Help Migrants
Losoya, Texas is named after Domingo Losoya
Portrait of Col. Juan N. Seguin painted by Lois Gibson
Searching Longoria and Balli roots in Texas, Jesus Longoria
San Antonio charter school turns farming into a classroom
May 15th, 1755 — Sánchez family founds Laredo
April 10th, 1768 — Rubí report recommends reorganization
April 13th, 1709 — Expedition reaches future site of San Antonio
April 13th, 1902 — First Knights of Columbus council in El Paso, Texas
June 12th, 1939 — Refugee conductor "demonstration concert" San Antonio
Archives of the Archdiocese of San Antonio
This Week in Duval County History, posted by Alfredo E. Cardenas
Early Mail: Mail During Provisional Government of TX by Rueben M. Perez

MIDDLE AMERICA
Ilhan Omar Refuses to Comment on Terrorist Recruitment in Her District
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot appoints Miguel del Valle Schools board
president

EAST COAST
Gálvez Day 2019 celebrated at Statue of General Bernardo de Gálvez

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
Granville Coggs Fought Racism in the Military as a Tuskegee Airman
Cuba’s Struggle Between Racism and Inclusion

INDIGENOUS
Native American quotes
Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Native American Rights In Wyoming
CFP: Recovery Conference Houston, Texas in February 2020

SEPHARDIC
Oregon schools, mandate to teach the Holocaust thanks to 14 year old
girl
Sephardi Spotlight Interview: Enrcio Macias

ARCHAEOLOGY
Columbia’s Lost City
The Pyramid of El Cerrito, El Pueblito, Mexico

MEXICO
Mexican Cartels Among Greatest Criminals to Public Health Threat to U.S.
Bautismo y Defunción de Ygnacio L. (Luis) Barba

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
Brazil Fails to Replace Cuban Doctors, Hurting Health Care of 28 Million
By Shasta Darlington and Letícia Casado,

PHILIPPINES
Modern Moses? Bold Exodus from Marawi City, Philippines

INTERNATIONAL
Instead of Money, Portuguese ‘Bank’ Safeguards 27,000 Hand-painted Tiles
Miracle Saves 72 Women and Children from Boko Haram Terrorists
630 Year-Old Reason Eastern Europeans Dislike Islam by Raymond Ibrahim
The New German Anti-Semitism By James Angelos
A mother tiger serves as a surrogate mother for piglets

#Genealogia.org.mx 34999 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

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Muchas gracias Jose Maria, voy a ver si logro la conexión

Muchas gracias otravez

sus

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SUSANA: ABUELOS DE VENUSTIANO CARRANZA: RAFAEL CARRANZA RAMON E IGNACIA NEIRA

BIS-ABUELOS : JUAN JOSE CARRANZA CARDENAS Y MARIA DOLORES RAMON VALDES

TATARABUELOS: FRANCISCO CARRANZA MAGAÑO Y FRANCISCA DE CARDENAS TIJERINA

CHOSNO 1 : FRANCISCO CARRANZA Y ROSALIA.

ES LO QUE TENGO HASTA AHORA : ESPERO TE SIRVA ; SALUDOS

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Asunto: RE: #Genealogia.org.mx 34995 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

Estimado Tte. Corl. Palmerin,

Muchas gracias por la información sobre Don Venustiano Carranza. De casualidad sabe el nombre de los abuelos de Don Venustiano?? De los Bisabuelos?? Estoy tratando de unir mi árbol familiar (de San Buenaventura y Cuatro Cienegas) a la familia de Don Venustiano. No estoy muy segura todavía.

Cualquier información la agradecería, y le reitero mi agradecimiento

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Estimado Tte. Corl. Palmerin,

Muchas gracias por la información sobre Don Venustiano Carranza. De casualidad sabe el nombre de los abuelos de Don Venustiano?? De los Bisabuelos?? Estoy tratando de unir mi árbol familiar (de San Buenaventura y Cuatro Cienegas) a la familia de Don Venustiano. No estoy muy segura todavía.

Cualquier información la agradecería, y le reitero mi agradecimiento

sus

From: genealogia-mexico <genealogia-mexico> On Behalf Of Presidencia – Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Sent: Monday, June 17, 2019 10:58 AM
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Subject: #Genealogia.org.mx 34993 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

#Genealogia.org.mx 34996 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

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SUSANA: ABUELOS DE VENUSTIANO CARRANZA: RAFAEL CARRANZA RAMON E IGNACIA NEIRA

BIS-ABUELOS : JUAN JOSE CARRANZA CARDENAS Y MARIA DOLORES RAMON VALDES

TATARABUELOS: FRANCISCO CARRANZA MAGAÑO Y FRANCISCA DE CARDENAS TIJERINA

CHOSNO 1 : FRANCISCO CARRANZA Y ROSALIA.

ES LO QUE TENGO HASTA AHORA : ESPERO TE SIRVA ; SALUDOS

Ing. Jose Maria Castro Zertuche

CARR. 57 NO. 3100

MONCLOVA COAH.

TEL. 866-6390368

De: genealogia-mexico@googlegroups.com [mailto:genealogia-mexico@googlegroups.com] En nombre de susana leniski
Enviado el: jueves, 20 de junio de 2019 02:05 p.m.
Para: Genealogia-Mexico@googlegroups.com; undisclosed-recipients:
Asunto: RE: #Genealogia.org.mx 34995 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

Estimado Tte. Corl. Palmerin,

Muchas gracias por la información sobre Don Venustiano Carranza. De casualidad sabe el nombre de los abuelos de Don Venustiano?? De los Bisabuelos?? Estoy tratando de unir mi árbol familiar (de San Buenaventura y Cuatro Cienegas) a la familia de Don Venustiano. No estoy muy segura todavía.

Cualquier información la agradecería, y le reitero mi agradecimiento

sus

From: genealogia-mexico <genealogia-mexico> On Behalf Of Presidencia – Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Sent: Monday, June 17, 2019 10:58 AM
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#Genealogia.org.mx 34995 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.

Estándar

Estimado Tte. Corl. Palmerin,

Muchas gracias por la información sobre Don Venustiano Carranza. De casualidad sabe el nombre de los abuelos de Don Venustiano?? De los Bisabuelos?? Estoy tratando de unir mi árbol familiar (de San Buenaventura y Cuatro Cienegas) a la familia de Don Venustiano. No estoy muy segura todavía.

Cualquier información la agradecería, y le reitero mi agradecimiento

sus

From: genealogia-mexico@googlegroups.com <genealogia-mexico@googlegroups.com> On Behalf Of Presidencia – Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Sent: Monday, June 17, 2019 10:58 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: #Genealogia.org.mx 34993 Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Intendente Retirado Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Bautismos de don Venustiano Carranza y de su esposa doña Ma. Brígida Virginia Salinas y su matrimonio.