*  United States House of Representatives election in Puerto Rico, 1924 - Wikipedia
Félix Córdova Dávila for the Republican Union Fernando J. Géigel for the Socialist Party Puerto Rican general election, 1924 ... the same day as the larger Puerto Rican general election and the United States elections, 1924. ... Puerto Rico portal Politics portal http://eleccionespuertorico.org/archivo/1924.html. ... The election for Resident Commissioner to the United States House of Representatives took place on November 4, 1924, ...
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*  Rail transport in Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
Transportation in Puerto Rico. References[edit]. *^ Puerto Rico: Society and Culture Before the US Invasion of 1898: ... "Puerto Rico Public Law 340 of 2000". State Legislature of Puerto Rico. September 2, 2000. Retrieved March 4, 2014.. ... Railroads of Puerto Rico - A site dedicated to the history of railroading in Puerto Rico. ... First Urban Rail System of Puerto Rico (El Tranvía de Mayagüez, Primer Ferrocarril Urbano de Puerto Rico), New Mayagüez ...
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*  La Democracia (newspaper) - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico in the Great Depression: Cultural Life (Originally from: Puerto Rico: A Guide to the Island of Boriquén. Puerto ... Encyclopedia Puerto Rico. Retrieved 23 September 2012. Puerto Rico portal. ... Puerto Rico. It crusaded for Puerto Rican self-government. At a publication length of 58 years, it was the longest continuously ... San Juan, Puerto Rico: El Libro Azul Publishing Company. 1923. Page 1067. Retrieved 26 February 2014. An Impressionist at the ...
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*  Cipriano Castro - Wikipedia
Castro spent the rest of his life in exile in Puerto Rico, making several plots to return to power - none of which were ... Puerto Rico. Cipriano Castro was married to Zoila Rosa Martínez,[citation needed] who served as First Lady of Venezuela from ... and drew attention to its nearby naval fleet in Puerto Rico at command of Admiral George Dewey. With Castro failing to back ... He finally settled with his wife in Puerto Rico (1916), under close surveillance by spies sent by Juan Vicente Gómez, who later ...
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*  Francisco Lluch Mora - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico portal Ponce, Puerto Rico List of famous Puerto Ricans. ... Senate of Puerto Rico. Government of Puerto Rico. November 1, 2011. Retrieved December 9, 2011. Francisco Jose Antonio Lluch ... Senate of Puerto Rico. Government of Puerto Rico. November 1, 2011. Retrieved December 9, 2011. RESOLUCIÓN. Archived March 14, ... Senate of Puerto Rico. Government of Puerto Rico. November 1, 2011. Retrieved December 9, 2011. RESOLUCIÓN. Archived March 14, ...
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*  José J. Benítez Díaz - Wikipedia
In 1917, Benítez Díaz was elected to the first Senate of Puerto Rico for the Union of Puerto Rico party, representing the ... He served as a member of the Senate of Puerto Rico from 1917 to 1924. ... José Juan Benítez Díaz (c. 1866 - 1947) was a Puerto Rican businessman, entrepreneur and Unionista politician. ... He served in that position until 1924. After that, Benítez was the owner of Benítez Sugar Company in Vieques. aged 40 in 1907 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3%A9_J._Ben%C3%ADtez_D%C3%ADaz
*  Abelardo Aguilú Jr. - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico portal Ponce, Puerto Rico List of famous Puerto Ricans Commercial guide and business directory of Porto Rico. 1910 ... c. 1870 - c. 1940) was Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico from 1924 to 1925. Prior to that he was a shopkeeper in Ponce, selling ...
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*  Pedro Albizu Campos - Wikipedia
Marcantonio argued for Puerto Rican rights, saying "As long as Puerto Rico remains part of the United States, Puerto Rico must ... Puerto Rico "Puerto Rican History". Welcome to Puerto Rico. Retrieved November 20, 2011. "Para declarar el día 21 de septiembre ... In Puerto Rico, five public schools are named after him.[self-published source] In Puerto Rico, there are streets in most ... Puerto Rico portal Biography portal United States Army portal World War I portal Puerto Rican Independence Movement Puerto ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedro_Albizu_Campos
*  Puerto Rico Catholic Church Records (FamilySearch Historical Records) Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki
... the Catholic Church in Puerto Rico was divided into several dioceses, including the Diocese of Puerto Rico, which was erected ... Puerto Rico, Civil Registration (FamilySearch Historical Records). Known Issues with This Collection. Problems with this ... This link describes the Puerto Rico Census *Use the residence and names of the parents to locate civil records. This link takes ... Indexes were created in several church parishes of Puerto Rico. At the time of the creation of the records in this collection, ...
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*  Noro Morales - Wikipedia
In 1960 Morales returned to Puerto Rico and played locally; he also worked with Tito Rodríguez, José Luis Moneró, Chano Pozo, ... Music of Puerto Rico. Noro Morales at Flickr Commons. ... then returned to Puerto Rico to play with Rafaél Muñoz. He ... Norosbaldo Morales (January 4, 1912, Puerta de Tierra - January 16, 1964, San Juan) was a Puerto Rican pianist and bandleader. ...
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*  Luis Rechani Agrait - Wikipedia
Luis Rechani Agrait (June 22, 1902 in Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico - December 12, 1994 in San Juan, Puerto Rico), was a Puerto ... Puerto Rico portal Literature portal Biography portal List of Puerto Rican writers List of famous Puerto Ricans Puerto Rican ... Returning to Puerto Rico in 1924, he worked on various newspapers (particularly El Mundo and El Nuevo Día) and in teaching. His ...
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*  Olga Albizu - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico. Albizu was born and raised in Puerto Rico, where she studied painting with the Spanish painter Esteban Vicente ... She received a B.A. from the University of Puerto Rico in 1946. She moved to New York City on a fellowship for post-graduate ... Olga Albizu Rosaly (1924-2005) was an abstract expressionist painter from Ponce, ...
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*  Theodore Roosevelt Jr. - Wikipedia
... as the first Puerto Rican to be Chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico. Impressed with his work in Puerto Rico, President ... Army portal World War I portal World War II portal Philippines portal Puerto Rico portal List of Governors of Puerto Rico List ... Roosevelt worked to educate Americans about the island and its people, and to promote the image of Puerto Rico in the U.S. ... For instance, he arranged for Cayetano Coll y Cuchi to be invited to Harvard Law School to lecture about Puerto Rico's legal ...
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*  Rosa A. González - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico portal Biography portal List of Puerto Ricans History of women in Puerto Rico Salud Promujer 1 "LA MUJER EN LAS ... Puerto Rico. There she received her primary and secondary education. She was still a child when Spain ceded Puerto Rico to the ... various health clinics throughout Puerto Rico and was the founder of The Association of Registered Nurses of Puerto Rico. In ... established a network of birth control clinics in Puerto Rico during the period of 1936 to 1939. He believed that Puerto Rican ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_A._Gonz%C3%A1lez
*  Ira K. Wells - Wikipedia
Wells died in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1936. United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico-Ira Wells Kents (1871 ... Ira Kent Wells (June 18, 1871-April 3, 1934) was an American lawyer and a federal judge in Puerto Rico. Wells was born in ... In 1921, President Warren G. Harding named Wells as the United States Attorney for Puerto Rico, a position he held until 1924. ... Wells served two four-years terms as the sole federal judge in Puerto Rico, being renominated by President Herbert Hoover in ...
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*  Gautier Benítez High School - Wikipedia
The Gautier Benitez High School in Caguas, Puerto Rico was built in 1924 and is listed on the U.S. National Register of ... Its neo-classical style reflects Americanization of public education since the 1898 transition of Puerto Rico. It was built in ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gautier_Ben%C3%ADtez_High_School
*  List of beaches in Ponce, Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico. Lindsay Nixon. USA Today. (US Travel » Puerto Rico Travel » Puerto Rico Beaches » Beaches in Ponce, Puerto Rico.) ... Ambiente: Costas de Puerto Rico, Encyclopedia Puerto Rico Cayetano Coll y Toste. Boletin Historico de Puerto Rico. Volume XII. ... Discover Puerto Rico. 2017. Accessed 28 January 2017. Playa Coast Guard: Ponce, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Hoteles y Paradores. ... of Puerto Rico >> Coastal Papers >> World Coastlines 2003 - Puerto Rico [The World's Coasts: Online - Puerto Rico] >> Page 3 [ ...
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*  Capitol of Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
La Construcción del Capitolio de Puerto Rico on Enciclopedia de Puerto Rico Puerto Rico portal National Park Service Images. ... The Capitol of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Capitolio de Puerto Rico) is located on the Islet of San Juan just outside the walls of ... "El Capitolio de Puerto Rico". Historic Places in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. National Park Service. Retrieved May 4, ... The Architecture and Construction Archives at the University of Puerto Rico (AACUPR) is the custodian of the Capitol of Puerto ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitol_of_Puerto_Rico
*  United States Customs House (Ponce, Puerto Rico) - Wikipedia
Puerto Rico portal United States Customs House (Fajardo, Puerto Rico) U.S. Custom House (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico) National ... Puerto Rico, is the oldest customs house in Puerto Rico, and the only one of its type under the U.S. flag. As of February 10, ... from which he directed the invasion of the southern part of Puerto Rico. Salvador Brau, noted Puerto Rican historian, served as ... Remarks at Ponce, Puerto Rico, March 23, 1972. U.S. Department of the Treasury News Bureau of Customs News Release. James C. ...
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*  Raimundo Díaz Pacheco - Wikipedia
This quasi-military organization was also known as the Ejército Libertador de Puerto Rico (The Liberation Army of Puerto Rico ... Revista del Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico; volumen = 25 FBI Files: Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico (1952); SJ 100-3; Vol ... Puerto Rico portal Biography portal List of Puerto Ricans List of revolutions and rebellions Cadets of the Republic 19th ... The march had been organized by the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party to commemorate the ending of slavery in Puerto Rico by the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raimundo_D%C3%ADaz_Pacheco
*  University of Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
D-Puerto Rico (1993-2000), 5th Governor of Puerto Rico (1977-1985), State Senator, Puerto Rico Senate (1986-1988), Mayor of San ... Puerto Rico (1969-1977) Pedro Rosselló (MPH 1981), 6th Governor of Puerto Rico (1993-2001), State Senator, Puerto Rico Senate ( ... The University of Puerto Rico (in Spanish, Universidad de Puerto Rico, or UPR) is the main public university system of Puerto ... The University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras ranked 81st and University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez ranked 73rd in Top Latin ...
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*  Puerto Rico Republican Party - Wikipedia
Republican Party of Puerto Rico Young Republicans of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Statehood Student Association. ... The Republican Party of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Partido Republicano de Puerto Rico) is a political party in Puerto Rico, which ... citizens of Puerto Rico, which can only be achieved through statehood for Puerto Rico. The Republican Party of Puerto Rico ... Puerto Rico portal Politics portal Local Puerto Rico Committee of the United States Democratic Party United States National ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rico_Republican_Party
*  Agustín Stahl - Wikipedia
Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras. Puerto Rico portal Biography portal List of Puerto Ricans Puerto Rican scientists and ... He advocated Puerto Rico's independence from Spain. Stahl was born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico and given the name Antón Adolf ... A. Stahl, Flora De Puerto Rico: Acuarelas De Agustin Stahl Publicadas Por El Fideicomiso De Conservacion De Puerto Rico En ... Revista de agricultura de Puerto Rico. 12(11): 65-84. "Agustin Stahl, The Virtual Museum of Natural History of Puerto Rico", ...
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*  Historical list of the Catholic bishops of Puerto Rico - Wikipedia
This is a historical list of all Roman Catholic bishops whose sees were on the island of Puerto Rico, with links to the bishops ... If a series of letters is under "Consecrators", then the consecrators were bishops from outside Puerto Rico (the list of ... During Davis's tenure, San Juan de Puerto Rico was raised to an archdiocese Also #526 in the United States historical ... Selected and consecrated, but died in Spain before leaving for Puerto Rico Nominated and preconized, but died before being ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_list_of_the_Catholic_bishops_of_Puerto_Rico
*  Mennonite Church (MC) - GAMEO
Puerto Rico 335, Sicily 73, Belgium 28, Ghana 26, Honduras 28, Cuba 13, Jamaica 30). In 1956 it was composed of 20 district ... Puerto Rico 1945, Ethiopia 1948, Japan 1949, Sicily 1949, Honduras 1950, Belgium 1950, Luxembourg 1951, England 1952, Somalia ... Puerto Rico Mennonite Conference, Rocky Mountain Mennonite Conference, South Central Mennonite Conference, Southeast Mennonite ... Puerto Rico (1955), 339; India (1912), 1,501; Argentina (1923), 655. (For further information about the district conferences, ...
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