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*  Brown (racial classification) - Wikipedia
Hispanics in the United States[edit]. Main article: Hispanic Americans. Judith Ortiz Cofer notes that appellation varies ... Native Americans & Latin Americans.[1] In Brazil, brown people is a term for pardo. ... Edward Eric Telles (2004). "Racial Classification". Race in Another America: the significance of skin color in Brazil. ... Pauline T. Newton (2005). "An Interview with Judith Ortiz Cofer". Transcultural Women Of Late-Twentieth-Century U.S. American ...
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*  Sierra Madre Occidental - Wikipedia
"Hispanic American Historical Review. 69 (3): 425. doi:10.2307/2516301. JSTOR 2516301. Retrieved 14 April 2012.. ... of North America, Central America, South America and Antarctica. ... "The North American Monsoon" (PDF). National Weather Service. ... The basement is thought to be Older North American basement, especially in the North,[40] and a number of different accreted ... "The Hispanic American Historical Review". 50 (4). JSTOR 2512308.. *^ a b Rushforth, Scott (July 2010). "Ethnographic overview ...
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*  T. H. Rogers School - Wikipedia
23% were Hispanic American. *17% were White American. *13% were African American ... held Japanese classes for American students at T.H. Rogers. As of 1986 HISD offered weekend Japanese classes for American ... Students learn American sign language basics beginning in kindergarten. Middle School Vanguard[edit]. T. H. Rogers has ... American Association of Teachers of Japanese, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Apr., 1986), pp. 57-60. CITED: p. 57. "[...]at the T. H. Rogers ...
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*  Lima - Wikipedia
"Hispanic American Historical Review. pp. 53-82. doi:10.1215/00182168-83-1-53. Retrieved 3 July 2016.. ... 1 restaurant in the list of Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants 2015. Out of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America, we find ... Lima will host the 2019 Pan American Games.[93] The 131st IOC Session was held in Lima. The meeting saw Paris elected to host ... Bethell, Leslie (1998). A Cultural History of Latin America and Spain. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-62626-2. . ...
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*  Category:Americas - Wikipedia
Hispanic America. I. *International Congress of Americanists. M. *Middle America (Americas). *Monarchies in the Americas ...
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*  University of Texas at Austin - Wikipedia
Non-Hispanic White 45%. 53.0%. 45.3%. 65.1% Hispanic American 21%. 10.0%. 37.6%. 15.8% ... "America's Top Colleges 2018". Forbes. Retrieved November 19, 2018.. *^ "Best Colleges 2019: National Universities Rankings". U. ... "Association of American Universities". Retrieved November 7, 2009.. *^ "U.S. Naval Administration in World War II". HyperWar ... Austin American-Statesman. December 15, 1989. *^ "Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Hall Open". Department of Computer ...
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*  Historiography - Wikipedia
These include Hispanic American Historical Review (est. 1918), published by the Conference on Latin American History; The ... Latin America[edit]. Further information: Historiography of Colonial Spanish America, Argentina, and Latin American studies ... 1981); Colonial Latin American Review (1992); and Colonial Latin American Historical Review (est. 1992). Latin American ... 1944); Journal of Latin American Studies (1969); Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies,( est.1976)[126] ...
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*  Colonial Brazil - Wikipedia
Russell-Wood, A.J.R. "United States Scholarly Contributions to the Historiography of Colonial Brazil," Hispanic American ... Lockhart and Schwartz, Early Latin America, p. 221. *^ James Lockhart and Stuart B. Schwartz, Early Latin America. New York: ... James Lockhart and Stuart B. Schwartz, Early Latin America: A History of Colonial Spanish America and Brazil. New York: ... Lockhart and Schwartz, Early Latin America, p. 221. *^ Richard M. Morse, ed. The Bandereintes: The Historical Role of the ...
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*  Witchcraft - Wikipedia
Cervantes, Fernando; Kenneth Mills (1996). "The Hispanic American Historical Review". The Hispanic American Historical Review. ... North America (Mexico)[edit]. See also: Brujería. Witchcraft was also an important part of the social and cultural history of ... Adrienne, "Magic in North America Part 1: Ugh." at Native Appropriations, 8 March 2016. Accessed 9 April 2016: "What happens ... These witch trials were the most famous in British North America and took place in the coastal settlements near Salem, ...
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*  DMAX (TV channel) - Wikipedia
Latin America/U.S. Hispanic. *Animal Planet. *Discovery. *Discovery Civilization. *Discovery Home & Health ... Knight Rider (1982 TV series) - An American television series created and produced by Glen A. Larson. The series was originally ... Astra 1M (Europe, North Africa). 12480 V / 27500 / 3/4 (SD / FTA). ...
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*  List of female governors in the United States - Wikipedia
First Hispanic-American woman Governor.. Serving. Fallin, MaryMary Fallin. (born 1954). Oklahoma. 000000002011-01-10-0000 ... "American Association of University Women. Retrieved January 4, 2017.. *^ "Vesta Roy, 76, New Hampshire Ex-Governor". The New ... both African American), and Sila María Calderón of Puerto Rico (Hispanic). ... First woman (and only to date) Governor of North Carolina.. Retired. Brewer, JanJan Brewer. (born 1944). Arizona. 000000002009- ...
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*  Health - Wikipedia
Hispanics and the Future of America. Access to and Quality of Health Care ... American Journal of Health Education. Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. 36 (5 ... The numbers count: Mental disorders in America. nih.gov *^ "Mental Health and Teens: Watch for Danger Signs". HealthyChildren. ... One American study among seniors over age 70, found that frequent volunteering was associated with reduced risk of dying ...
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*  Afro-Mexicans - Wikipedia
"Relations between Hispanic and African Americans in the U.S. today seen through the prism of the "Memin Pinguin" Controversy". ... 1An Afro-Latin American is any person from Latin America with origins in Africa. They can be Afro-South Americans, Afro-Central ... "American Studies Today Online. Liverpool: American Studies Resources Centre John Moores University. Retrieved April 27, 2012.. ... Love, Edgar L. "Marriage Patterns of Persons of African Descent in a Colonial Mexico City Parish," Hispanic American Historical ...
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*  Tunga penetrans - Wikipedia
"Evidence of tungiasis in pre-Hispanic America". Emerging Infectious Diseases. 17 (5): 855-62. doi:10.3201/eid1705.100542. PMC ... It is native to Central and South America, and has been inadvertently introduced by humans to sub-Saharan Africa. Synonyms for ... Darmstadt GL, Francis JS (May 2000). "Tungiasis in a young child adopted from South America". Pediatr. Infect. Dis. J. 19 (5): ... First, it has a wide distribution: some 88 countries, in the Caribbean, Central and South America, tropical (sub-Saharan) ...
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*  Ben Ray Luján - Wikipedia
List of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States Congress. References[edit]. *^ As pronounced by himself in "Acequia ... Ben Ray Luján (/ˈluːhɑːn/;[1] born June 7, 1972) is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's ... Congressional Hispanic Caucus[18]. Legislative history[edit]. In 2011, Luján was a co-sponsor of Bill H.R. 3261, the Stop ... Native American issues[edit]. Luján has supported increased funding for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service. ...
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*  Lake Worth, Florida - Wikipedia
The racial makeup of the city was 36.9% White,[26] 19.9% African American, 0.06% Native American and 1.4% Asian. Hispanic or ... Central Americans have added a Hispanic aspect to Lake Worth's culture. Included in the 1980s immigration were many Guatemalan- ... bordering West Palm Beach to the north, and Lantana to the south. 60 miles (97 km) north of Downtown Miami. According to the ... "American FactFinder". United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 2013-09-11. Retrieved 2008-01-31.. ...
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*  Garifuna - Wikipedia
"2005 American Community Survey: Race and Hispanic or Latino". U.S. Census Bureau. 2000. Retrieved 2007-10-11.. ... fought in both Europe and North America. It also took over all French territory in North America east of the Mississippi River ... 1An Afro-Latin American is any person from Latin America with origins in Africa. They can be Afro-South Americans, Afro-Central ... Based in part on their experience with slavery in other parts of the Caribbean and North America, the British separated the ...
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*  St. Augustine, Florida - Wikipedia
Augustine." Hispanic American Historical Review (1974): 414-430 in JSTOR. *Deagan, Kathleen, Fort Mose: Colonial America's ... David J. Weber (1992). The Spanish Frontier in North America. Yale University Press. p. 62. ISBN 978-0-300-05917-5.. ... James D. Kornwolf (2002). Architecture and Town Planning in Colonial North America. Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 87. ISBN ... Alan Gallay (11 June 2015). Colonial Wars of North America, 1512-1763 (Routledge Revivals): An Encyclopedia. Taylor & Francis. ...
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*  United States Navy in Vieques, Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
Pirie, Robert B. "National Image Salute to Hispanic-Americans in the Military Banquet." United States Navy. 2001-05-21. ... "In America When the Bombing Ends." New York Times. 2001-06-18: p. 23. Commission on Human Rights. "Question of the Violation of ... American actor Edward James Olmos and Guatemala's Nobel Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú supported the cause, as did Robert F. ...
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*  Nocebo - Wikipedia
Rubel, Authur J. (1964). "The Epidemiology of a Folk Illness: Susto in Hispanic America". Ethnology. 3 (3): 268. doi:10.2307/ ... Goddard, Henry H. (1899). "The Effects of Mind on Body as Evidenced by Faith Cures". The American Journal of Psychology. 10 (3 ... Miller, Franklin G. (2003). "Sham Surgery: An Ethical Analysis". The American Journal of Bioethics. 3 (4): 41-48. doi:10.1162/ ... Cannon, Walter B. (1942). "'Voodoo' Death". American Anthropologist. 44 (2): 169-181. doi:10.1525/aa.1942.44.2.02a00010.. ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nocebo
*  Diabetes mellitus type 2 - Wikipedia
... including Hispanics, African-Americans, and Native-Americans; a history of gestational diabetes; polycystic ovary syndrome; ... O'Gorman, DJ; Krook, A (September 2011). "Exercise and the treatment of diabetes and obesity". Medical Clinics of North America ... American Diabetes Association. 35 Suppl 1 (Suppl 1): S64-71. January 2012. doi:10.2337/dc12-s064. PMC 3632174 . PMID 22187472. ... American Diabetes Association. 33 Suppl 1 (Supplement_1): S62-9. January 2010. doi:10.2337/dc10-S062. PMC 2797383 . PMID ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_2_diabetes
*  Promotora - Wikipedia
"American Journal of Public Health. 89 (6): 856-861. doi:10.2105/ajph.89.6.856. PMC 1508657 . PMID 10358675.. ... A promotora is a lay Hispanic/Latino community member who receives specialized training to provide basic health education in ... From there, the promotora model spread across Mexico to other Latin American countries and eventually to the United States.[5] ... While the promotora model was in use in Latin American countries since 1960, it did not gain attention in the United States ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Promotoras
*  Lost-wax casting - Wikipedia
Scott, D.A. (1991). "Technical Examination of Some Gold Wire from Pre-Hispanic South America". Studies in Conservation. 36 (2 ... Andean America, and the western portion of South America.[32] Lost-wax casting produced some of the region's typical gold wire ... Latin America[edit]. The lost-wax casting tradition was developed by the peoples of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, ... America[edit]. A brief 1596 AD account by the Spanish writer Releigh refers to Aztec casting.[15] ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost-wax_casting
*  Stone Age - Wikipedia
Easby, Dudley T. (April 1965). "Pre-Hispanic Metallurgy and Metalworking in the New World". Proceedings of the American ... North America (Death Valley National Park), South America (Cumbe Mayo, Peru), and Europe (Finnmark, Norway). ... In Europe and North America, millstones were in use until well into the 20th century, and still are in many parts of the world ... The rift served as a conduit for movement into southern Africa and also north down the Nile into North Africa and through the ...
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*  Providence, Rhode Island - Wikipedia
In 2010, white Americans formed 49.8% of the population, including a sizable white Hispanic community. Non-Hispanic whites were ... North American Jewish Data Bank. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 12, 2012. Retrieved October 29, 2012.. ... First Baptist Church in America is the oldest Baptist congregation in America. It was founded 1638, though the present building ... Providence is also home to the headquarters of the American Athletic Conference (The American).[128] ...
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