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Somos Primos, "We are Cousins" November 2019
http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2019/spnov19/spnov19.htm

Dear Family, Primos, and Friends:

Tradition has it that the first Thanksgiving – a celebration of good
harvest – took place in 1621, when English Pilgrims at Plymouth
Plantation in Massachusetts shared a meal with their Native American
neighbors. However, historian Michael Gannon argues that the first
Thanksgiving celebration in North America actually took place half a
century earlier, in Florida. On the 8th of September 1565, he says,
following a religious service, Spaniards shared a communal meal with the
local native tribe.
Southwest Mexican-Americans historians point to another, well documented
event, as the first European Thanksgiving on the American Continent. It
took place in New Mexico on the banks of the Rio del Norte, on the 30th
of April, 1598.

In either case, the prayers were in Spanish and conducted by Catholic
priests. The El Paso Mission Trail Association organizes yearly
reenactment of the First Thanksgiving. This historical portrayal
commemorates the arrival of the first Spanish settlers in this area in
April 1598. A company of costumed actors and dancers represent the
Native Americans and Spaniards, who give thanks after their perilous
crossing of the Chihuahuan desert and arrival at the banks of the Rio
Grande.

In 1990, I was serving as President of the Society of Hispanic
Historical and Ancestral Research and also on the Hispanic Arts
Committee of The Bowers Museum located in Santa Ana (Demographics, 90%
Latino). I became aware of the history of the 1598 El Paso
thanksgiving. Researching further, I was able to compile the names
and information on some of the historical figures who were present. I
wrote and mounted a play of 11 scenes with a cast of about 30. With the
support of both SHHAR and the Bowers Museum committee, we performed
using the exterior and patio area of the Bowers Museum. It was free and
open to the community. It was successfully performed by amateurs
historians and to a good size audience. It was very well received, we
got good media coverage, and definitely boosted historical awareness in
Santa Ana.

The script is available at
http://somosprimos.com/thanksgiving/thanksgiving.htm
It is designed to be performed indoor or outdoor with a minimum of
rehearsals. You, your class, organization, or club may want to consider
promoting correct and positive Hispanic history in November or next
April.

With the December issue being the last issue of Somos Primos, I welcome
and invite you all to send comments on the effects of family history
research in your life, and/or how Somos Primos was an encouragement or
helpful in your journey of discovery. All 240 issues of Somos Primos
will remain online indefinitely. Your words, which will be under
Letters to the Editor, may move a primo to start or continue in the
loving endeavor of building a strong foundation for family unity.
Primos, do carry on . . . . abrazos, Mimi

UNITED STATES
New National Institute of Mexican American History of Civil Rights
"I’m running for Congress because I love America" by Raul Ruiz
Conoces la diferencia entre Latino, Hispano, Latinoamericano,
Hispanoamericano, Iberoamericano, Francoamericano y Luso?
Go Girls! Women Surpass Men in Important Area of the Labor Force
Promoting parenting prowess by Mimi Ko Cruz
Pocket Constitution to Schools Campaign
Celebrating Constitution Day, September 17
A Special Preview of Our Newest Course: Constitution 101: The Meaning
and History of the Constitution
Homegrown Muslim Terrorist Training Camp Is Uncovered In Alabama
The Islamization of America
A Petition for the United States to reduce its yearly $10 Billion
funding of the United Nations
Gods, Guns and History by Larry Ward
James Comey violated FBI policies at least 25 times by drafting,
leaking and retaining key memos
Calls to Label Mexican Cartels as Terror Groups as They Grow Stronger,
More Violent by Charlotte Cuthbertson
City of Boston Faces Lawsuit for Banning Christian Flag
Pastor Forced to Remove Billboards Showing Him Holding a Bible
How Prison Ministry Inspired an All-Female Audio Bible
Disgusting, Woman Figures Out How To Collect $100,000 In Welfare
Benefits
Inspired Life By Marisa Iati
End Border Crisis Now

SPANISH PRESENCE in the AMERICAS ROOTS
Spanish America map by Eddie Martinez
La independencia norteamericana nos costó 33 barcos, 9,000 tripulantes
(men) y 1,200 cañones.
La exploración y conquista española de América del Norte, explicada en
este detalladísimo mapa
América y las Leyes de Burgos de 1512

HERITAGE PROJECTS
Mimi’s Stories, Chapter 23
Golden West College, Puppetry and Public Affairs

HISTORIC TIDBITS
Foods introduced during the American Depression of the 1930s

HISPANIC LEADERS
Augustine " Gus" Chavez, founding director of SDSU’s Office of
Educational Opportunity Programs and Ethnic Affairs
Mary Virginia Orozco, the first Latina admitted to the California Bar
Edith Perez, First Latina partner at one of the nation’s most
prestigious law firms, Latham & Watkins
Magda Ramirez-Castañeda, Activist and Leader in the Pilsen’s Chicana
Movement

LATINO PATRIOTS
Pfc., Carlos Lozada: Congressional Medal of Honor
Volunteers from the Sacramento region network of Motel 6
Guy Gabaldon Lithographic copies of Pied Piper of Saipan, painting by
Henry Godines

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
November 15 – 17, 2019: National Meeting of Granaderos y Damas
20 Agosto 1775, Fundación de Tucsón, Arizona

SURNAMES
Urrutia
Curbelo

DNA
A DNA Glimpse of an Enigmatic Human Relative by Maya Wei-Haas
Fossil DNA Reveals New Twists in Modern Human Origins by Jordana
Cepelewicz
Where did we all come from?
There Is No ‘Gay Gene,’ Comprehensive Scientific Study Finds by Matt
MargolisFAMILY HISTORY
90,000 Articles Published on the Free FamilySearch Wiki

RELIGION
As U.S. Jews Cool To Israel, Evangelicals Flock There As Tourists by Tom
Gjelten
Virginia Bans Christian Realtor from Writing ‘Jesus Loves You’ in Email
Alabama High School Students Defy Atheists In Epic Way
‘God Won’: Georgia School OKs Prayer at Football Games, Despite Atheist
Complaints
Baptist Church In Michigan Cancels 9/11 Event To Appease Terror-Backed
Group.
A Present Day Mohammad had followed Islam all his life.

EDUCATION
Michigan Teachers Subjected to Bizarre Islamic Propaganda Training
Mitzi Montoya named provost and executive vice president at Washington
State University
Reflections of a White Studies Survivor by Alvaro Huerta
Latino Students Underrepresented at Most Public Colleges
Academia is the easiest way to share papersCULTURE
Artist, Francisco Benjamín López Toledo, known as Francisco Toledo,
1940-2019
Uso de apellidos en Portugal
Spanish is the oldest non-indigenous Language spoken in the USA
La escuela de Atenas, the thinkers, artists, scientists in Southern
Europe, influencing Spanish explorers.

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
Palacios y Casonas de Asturias, Volumen I, II, III
Part 3: Bibliophilia or Bibliomania?
One Is Never Too Old To Learn by Gilberto Quezada

FILMS, TV, RADIO, INTERNET
National Association of Latino Independent Producers, NALIP
Familiarize Yourself With These Directors
USC Study Provides Solutions to Improve Latino Representation in Film
More Directors You Should Know
NALIP Roundtable Series
NALIP Latino Lens Program
NALIP in the News

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
"You will hear from us" . . . ~ Soledad Vidaurri by Albert V. Vela,
Ph.D.
Nov 9: Free/Open SHHAR – "Indigenous Northeastern Mexico: Ancestors of
the Tejanos (Texans)" by John Schmal
Nov 15: The Delhi Center, a Santa Ana Zocalo
Sergio Contreras Earns Support of UNITE HERE, Local 1 in Orange County
Supervisor Bid

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
New Documentary: The All-Americans The East Los Angeles Football Classic
Making Change: UCLA’s Centennial Celebration Initiatives by Dan Gordon

CALIFORNIA
List of National Historic Landmarks in California
Which California Missions to visit
October Re-enactment of the 1846 Battle of Dominguez Hills by Janette
Marantos

NORTHWESTERN, US
Herencia Española en Alaska, Canadá y el Estado de Washington
Mourelle de la Rúa: el gallego que llegó hasta Alaska (y cuyo diario
robado guió al célebre capitan Cook)
Book: To Serve the People: My Life Organizing with Cesar Chavez and
Poor by LeRoy Chatfield with Jorge Mariscal

SOUTHWESTERN, US
Mexicans Didn’t "Invade" The U.S. – We’ve Always Been Here by O. Delgado
Constitution of the United Mexican States, 1824
Ludlow Massacre, occurred in April of 1914

TEXAS
Check out Gloria Candelaria’s records on the Candelaria, Moya, and
Delgado families in Texas.
The Porvenir Massacre, Texas, January 28, 1918
Centennial Reenactment of the 1919 Old Spanish Trail Auto Highway
Convention
Early Mail Service in Texas Part VI: Confederate Texas by Rueben M.
Perez
López: Braceros, The Mexican Civilian Army that helped the U.S. in WWII
by José Antonio López
A Tribute to Pablo Sáenz, Architect by J. Gilberto Quezada
Texas Day by Day , Texas State Historical Association
Installation of a historical marker at the Bravo Park by J. Gilberto
Quezada.
Three websites that are utterly fantastic, by J. Gilberto Quezada.
This Week in Duval County History by Alfredo E. Cardenas

MIDDLE AMERICA
Teen age Growing Pains – The Learning Years
Latin Music In The Heartland
Mariachi Herencia de Mexico features teenagers from Chicago with a
passion for tradition
Danielle Del Sol, Cubana Preservationist, Executive Director,
Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans

EAST COAST
Orthodox Jew Beaten With Belt in Front of Synagogue, by Jason Devaney
The New York Times Is Trying to Rewrite History to Fit Its Biases, by
Cal Thomas
Ponce de León reclamó la Florida para España a principios del siglo
XVIAFRICAN-AMERICAN
Black Like Me: An Exploration of the Word Nigger
We will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our
friends."

INDIGENOUS
Essays and Research on Indigenous Mexico by John P. Schmal
El Gran Geronimo hablaba castellano

SEPHARDIC
Photo: A Call of Distress
Book: A Sephardi Life in Southeastern Europe: The Autobiography and
Journals of Gabriel Arie, 1863-1939
Book: The Making of Modern Mexico, by Frank R. Brandenburg

ARCHAEOLOGY
First Americans Arrived by Sea Over 15,000 Years Ago, Surprise Finding
Suggests

MEXICO
12 Journalists Have Been Killed in Mexico This Year, the World’s Highest
Toll By Carrie Kahn
Mexico’s Squadron 201 Gets Big Push in El Paso, Texas
Documentary, "The Forgotten Eagles" Screened
Youtube: Los Tlaxcaltecas no fueron conquistados fueron Conquistadores !
Basque landed in Mexico with the conquistadores!
Primer embajador Japonés a México en 1613 / First Japanese Ambassador to
Mexico in 1613
Hernán Cortés elige ruta para llevar tropas a Tenochtitlan por Reyna Paz
Avendaño
Agosto de 1519: Hernán Cortés elige ruta para llevar tropas a
Tenochtitlan
La Conquista de Mexico, 1 Parte. De Medellin al Yucatan. (2 hrs 29
minutos)
La semilla española en América tiene nombre de mujer por Alicia Bravo

CARIBBEAN AREA
Danielle Del Sol, Cubana Preservationist, Executive Director,
Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans
Levy Mansion, La Rambla: Lares, Puerto Rico, once provided water to the
whole island
While the Amazon Burns, Cuba Increases its Forested Area
Historia Del Nuevo Mundo, La Rebelión de Roldán, (II)

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
Los "malos heroes" independentistas hispanoamericanos y sus aliados los
piratas ingleses
¿Quién se Llevó el oro de América?
Virreyes, no peninsulares en América, Virreyes criollos
San Martín, Inglaterra y el oro peruano Legiones Británicas en la
América del Sur

PAN-PACIFIC RIM
Los toponímicos españoles del Pacífico

PHILIPPINES
Isabell II de España reina de Filipinas
La historia de cómo Estados Unidos destruyó la cultura española en
FilipinasSPAIN
Historia antigua de Iberia / Ancient history of Iberia
Guide to Barcelona, compiled by Carl Campos
Parte 1 La expedición de Juan Pardo en Españoles Olvidados Por José
Antonio Crespo-Francés*

INTERNATIONAL
Museo Vaticanos: La Capilla Sixtina, Rome, Italy
Magno Máximo el “otro” emperador hispano del Imperio romano.
The Walls of Lucca from Above and Below

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