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*  Luis Melián Lafinur - Wikipedia
The Hispanic Society of America. pp. 339-341. Retrieved 22 June 2007. Woodall, James (December 1998). "Borges: A Life, Chapter ... He represented Uruguay at the 1906 Pan-American Conference in Rio de Janeiro, and was simultaneously appointed Minister to the ...
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*  Spaniards - Wikipedia
US Census Bureau 2014 American Community Survey B03001 1-Year Estimates HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN BY SPECIFIC ORIGIN retrieved ... from the Southwestern United States in North America down to Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost region of South America in ... They come mainly from Europe, Latin America, China, the Philippines, North Africa, and West Africa. Languages spoken in Spain ... most notably in Hispanic America. The Roman Republic conquered Iberia during the 2nd and 1st centuries BC. As a result of Roman ...
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*  Cabildo of San Juan Tenochtitlan - Wikipedia
The Hispanic American Historical Review. The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 33, No. 2. 33 (2): 212-223. doi:10.2307/ ...
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*  Relaciones geográficas - Wikipedia
Cline, Howard (August 1964). The Hispanic American Historical Review. pp. 341-374. Diaz, Lily. "Introduction to the Relaciones ... Hispanic American Historical Review 44, (1964) 341-374. Howard F. Cline, "A Census of the Relaciones Geográficas, 1579-1612." ... Howard F. Cline, "The Relaciónes Geográficas of the Spanish Indies, 1577-1648." Handbook of Middle American Indians, vol. 12: ... elaborate questionnaires distributed to the lands of King Philip II of Spain in the Viceroyalty of New Spain in North America. ...
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*  Eusébio de Queirós Law - Wikipedia
The Hispanic American Historical Review. "The Historical Encyclopedia of World Slavery, Volume 1". "The Historical Encyclopedia ...
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*  J. Fred Rippy - Wikipedia
Pan-Hispanic propaganda in Hispanic America. 1922. with Angie Debo: Historical background of the American policy of isolation. ... Historical evolution of Hispanic America. 1932. Joel R. Poinsett, versatile American. 1935. with Jean Thomas Nelson (with ... South America and hemisphere defense. 1941. Latin America and the industrial age. 1944. with Lynn I. Perrigo: Latin America, ... of the American Historical Review, and the editorial board of the Hispanic American Historical Review. After his retirement he ...
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*  Black Legend - Wikipedia
"The Black Legend Revisited: Assumptions and realities". The Hispanic American Historical Review. volume 49. no. 4. pp.703-719 ... Keen, Benjamin, "The White Legend Revisited: A Reply to Professor Hanke's 'Modest Proposal,'" Hispanic American Historical ... 112-127 Keen, Benjamin (1969). "The Black Legend Revisited: Assumptions and Realities". The Hispanic American Historical Review ... Keen, Benjamin, "The Black Legend Revisited: Assumptions and Realities", Hispanic American Historical Review 49, no. 4 ( ...
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*  Anita Brenner - Wikipedia
by Ernest Gruening". The Hispanic American Historical Review. Duke University Press. 10 (1): 71-77. doi:10.2307/2506192. JSTOR ... Adams, Rachel (2009). Continental divides: Remapping the Cultures of North America (Kindle ed.). Chicago: University of Chicago ... The main premise of the book was that behind the Spanish "altars", visible Hispanic, Catholic culture, lay the "idols", ... John A. Britton, "Anita Brenner" in Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, vol. 1, p. 467. New York: Charles ...
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*  Argentine Regional Workers' Federation - Wikipedia
Simon, S. Fanny (February 1946). "Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism in South America". The Hispanic American Historical Review ... Most of the European immigration to South America as a whole came from Spain and Italy, the two European countries in which ... Korzeniewicz, Roberto P. (1989). "The Labour Movement and the State in Argentina, 1887-1907". Bulletin of Latin American ... Oved, Yaacov (January-June 1997). "The Uniqueness of Anarchism in Argentina". Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y ...
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*  List of Spanish-language newspapers published in the United States - Wikipedia
2003). Hispanic American Almanac (3rd ed.). Gale. OCLC 228663838. Kanellos 1994. El Puente Ayer 1907. Muir Dawson (1950). " ... Academy of American Franciscan History. 10. JSTOR 977937. F. Gutierrez (1977). "Spanish-language media in America: background, ... Nicolas Kanellos (1994). "Socio-Historic Study of Hispanic Newspapers in the United States". Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in ... Federico A. Subervi-Velez (1994). "Mass Communication and Hispanics". Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in the United States: ...
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*  Emilio Aceval - Wikipedia
The Hispanic society of America. pp. 125-126. Greeley, Horace (1902). The Tribune Almanac and Political Register. The Tribune ... Paraguay participated in the International Exhibition of Philadelphia; telegraph came to San Estanislao and in the north and ... the pound and other units established by the Spanish administration in South America. It launched the "Historical Biweekly ...
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*  João da Gama - Wikipedia
The Hispanic American Historical ReviewVol. 5, No. 2 (May, 1922) (pp. 188)Page Count: 14 http://biblioteca.ues.edu.sv/revistas/ ... The hypothesis that João da Gama explored or reached North America as far north as Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo (João Rodrigues ... of much of the documentation on the nearby North American route he took and on his other possible landings in North America, ... N or further north), or as later, Sebastião Rodrigues Soromenho; - or landed further north, taking into account his route from ...
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*  Félix Faustino Outes - Wikipedia
Hispanic Society of America, 1920. Félix Faustino Outes, Biografiasyvidas.com (in Spanish) Felix Faustino Outes, in ebiografias ... and became a member of the Royal Anthropological Institute and the American Anthropological Association, among others. He ...
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*  Roberto Mondragón - Wikipedia
Unterburger, A.L.; Gale Research Inc; Delgado, J.L. (1994). Who's who Among Hispanic Americans. Gale Research. ISBN ... Roberto A. Mondragon (born July 27, 1940) is an American politician, musician, and activist. He was the Green Party nominee for ... Mondragon is a partner in Aspectos Culturales, a non-profit, Santa Fe based firm dedicated to maintaining Hispanic Heritage. ... http://www.folkways.si.edu/roberto-mondragon/mi-carrito-paseado/american-folk-gospel-latin/music/track/smithsonian http://www. ...
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*  1610s - Wikipedia
Sluiter, Engel (1949). "The Fortification of Acapulco, 1615-1616". The Hispanic American Historical Review. 29 (1): 69-80. doi: ... Freed in Spain, Tisquantum (a.k.a. Squanto) will travel for five years in Europe and North America, before returning to his ... August - The first African slaves are brought to North America, on a Dutch trading ship, in the British colony of Jamestown, ... The Dutch also map the Delaware River in North America. The Ottoman Empire attempts landings at the shoreline between Cádiz and ...
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*  Solomon P. Ortiz - Wikipedia
List of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States Congress Ortiz-Farenthold recount expected next week The Brownsville ... "Hispanic Americans in Congress -- Ortiz". Retrieved 5 October 2010. "Ourcampaigns.com". Ourcampaigns.com. Retrieved 2014-08-10 ... He was elected to the County Commissioners Court of Nueces County in 1969; the first Hispanic to serve in that capacity. He ... remained in that position until 1976, when he was elected County Sheriff, another first for a Hispanic in Nueces County. When ...
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*  Mexican Southern Railroad - Wikipedia
The Hispanic American Historical Review. 45 (2): 228-245. JSTOR 2510566. "Museo del Ferrocarril Mexicano del Sur". Cultura: ... Grant had been interested in Mexico since his service there in the Mexican-American War in the 1840s. While there, Grant had ... Romero and Grant held a banquet at Delmonico's in New York City to pitch the idea to wealthy American investors. That winter, ... At the same time, Grant joined American President Chester A. Arthur in lobbying Congress to approve a free-trade agreement with ...
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*  John Carl Parish - Wikipedia
Lockey, Joseph B. (1939). "In Memoriam of John Carl Parish". The Hispanic American Historical Review. 19 (2): 204-205. ... John Carl Parish (July 25, 1881 - January 13, 1939) was an American historian of American history. Parish was born in Des ... He served with the Intelligence Section of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I, then returned to lecture in ...
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*  Talk:Vitamin D/Archive 5 - Wikipedia
25-Dihydroxyvitamin D Levels in Hispanic and African Americans". The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 93 (9): ... It is incredibly cold in Canada for sure but if you will look at this overlay of European cities onto North America you may be ... 2010) found that serum vitamin D correlates with calcified atheroscleratic plaque (CP) in African Americans, but not in Euro- ... Americans, Higher levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D seem to be positively associated with aorta and carotid CP in African Americans ...
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*  Genetic admixture - Wikipedia
By 2010, high-density mapping panels had been constructed for African Americans, Latino/Hispanics, and Uyghurs. Archaic human ... such as the gray wolves and the coyotes from the northeastern to the Atlantic regions of North America as well as some parts of ... These include hypertension, multiple sclerosis, BMI, and prostate cancer in African Americans. ... such as African Americans (admixture of African and European populations). The method attempts to correlate the degree of ...
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*  Spinal fusion - Wikipedia
83.8% were white, 7.5% black, 5.1% Hispanic, 1.6% Asian or Pacific Islander, 0.4% Native American [5] ... North American Spine Society (February 2013), "Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question", Choosing Wisely: an ... North American Spine Society, retrieved 25 March 2013. , which cites *. Schultz, Daniel G. (July 1, 2008). "Public Health ... Surgical Management of Low Back Pain (2nd Ed.). Rolling Meadows, Illinois: American Association of Neurosurgeons. 2008. ISBN ...
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*  National Zoological Park (United States) - Wikipedia
Animal demonstrations, Hispanic and Latino music, costumed dancers, traditional crafts and Latin American foods are offered. ... The American Trail[edit]. The American Trail exhibit houses a variety of North American species. These include five California ... three North American beavers, one North American River Otter, two bald eagles, two common ravens, four brown pelicans, and two ... All of the animal enclosures on American Trail exhibit plants native to North America. ...
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*  Folk music - Wikipedia
Like American Indian communities, each rite of passage in Hispanic communities is accompanied by traditional music. The ... North America[edit]. Canada[edit]. French-Canadian lumberjacks playing the fiddle, with sticks for percussion, in a lumber camp ... North America[edit]. Locations in Southern and Central Appalachia visited by the British folklorist Cecil Sharp in 1916 (blue ... See also: American folk music. American traditional music is also called roots music. Roots music is a broad category of music ...
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*  Syndemic - Wikipedia
"The role of diabetes mellitus in the higher prevalence of tuberculosis among Hispanics". American Journal of Public Health. 87 ... 19th century Native American[edit]. Contact between Native Americans and Europeans during the Columbian Exchange led to lethal ... "Infectious Disease Clinics of North America. 24 (3): 693-703. doi:10.1016/j.idc.2010.04.012. PMC 2914695.. ... Ventura H.; Mehra M. (2004). "The Growing Burden of Health Failure: The "Syndemic" is Reaching Latin America". American Heart ...
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*  La Michoacana Meat Market - Wikipedia
The chain caters to Hispanic Americans. In 1999 the chain sold more goat meat than beef. The chain also operates Panaderia La ... Houston portal Companies portal Food portal Latino and Hispanic American portal Supermercados Teloloapan "Updated February 18, ... "El Ahorro, Save-A-Lot form new Hispanic market." Houston Business Journal. Wednesday July 21, 2010. Retrieved on August 18, ...
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