lunes, 30 de julio de 2018

Invitación Acto Inaugural Escuela Argentina de Genealogía “Dr. Carlos Luque Colombres”

 
            El Presidente de la Federación Argentina de Genealogía y Heráldica tiene el agrado de invitar a Ud. y flia., a la inauguración en esta ciudad de la Escuela Argentina de Genealogía "Dr. Carlos Luque Colombres", el viernes 3 de agosto a las 17.30, en la Fundación Salta, sito en calle Gral. Güemes 434, 1° Piso, en donde también se dará comienzo al 2do. Programa Teórico-Práctico "Las investigaciones genealógicas en la historia social", a cargo de reconocidos profesionales del ámbito provincial y nacional en historia, genealogía, heráldica, antropología, derecho y bibliotecología, entre otras disciplinas afines.
            Esperamos contar con vuestra distinguida presencia.
           
DUGH. Rodolfo Leandro Plaza Navamuel
                                                                                      Presidente

Pro fin en Mexico - Pruebas de ADN

Genealogia de Mexico tiene el enorme gusto de ofrecerles análisis de ADN con propósitos genealógicos.
Estos se realizaran con los más elevados estandares internacionales.

Interesados deberan comunicarse a contacto@genealogia.org.mx para mayores informes.

Gracias.
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Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG


Email: samuelsanchez@genealogia.org.mx
Website:  http://www.Genealogia.org.mx
Cell Phone: 811 1916334 
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Cualquier otro lugar de Mexico 045+811 1916334
Desde USA 011521+811 1916334




jueves, 19 de julio de 2018

Fwd: Aviso importante a usuarios del #AGNMex


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domingo, 15 de julio de 2018

Reunion Bimestral De Genealogia Museo del Noreste MUNE · Monterrey


6PM
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Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG


Email: samuelsanchez@genealogia.org.mx
Website:  http://www.Genealogia.org.mx
Cell Phone: 811 1916334 
Desde Monterrey agrega 044+811 1916334
Cualquier otro lugar de Mexico 045+811 1916334
Desde USA 011521+811 1916334




jueves, 5 de julio de 2018

Revista Genealogica, Gratuita y en Linea: Somos Primos "We are Cousins" July 2018 ​ http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2018/spjul18/spjul18.htm





SOMOS PRIMOS  "We are Cousins"  July 2018

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http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2018/spjul18/spjul18.htm


Happy July 4th 


Table of Contents  

Dear Primos and Amigos:

Welcome to the July issue. You will find lots of articles to help you remember those millions who went before with a  dream and a shovel . .  . to build our great nation.
The development and  history of the United States has been a work in progress, a vision to which most Americans hold:  freedom from fear,  with laws equally applied to all.  

History is not dead and gone.   It is an our bones,  our heads.  We walk in it. How we view the past and how we view the present, are both shaped by what we have concluded to be facts and reality.  However, partial information, no information, total misinformation, or distortion of facts leads a person farther and farther away from truth. 

That is why the best solution, is to solve current problems, based on current situations, 
We can not change the past, but we can shape the future, by learning from the past.
God bless America.  ~ Mimi

UNITED STATES
La Marcha Gálvez
America 1784: A Synopsis by Eddie Martinez
The Stars & Stripes (And Unique State Flags Facts) By José Antonio López
Butterfield Overland Mail
To the NFL and its players
Chick-Fil-A Honors Fallen Soldiers with "Missing Man Table"
One of the most important places in American History, Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, New York.
Introduction to the Constitution, Free Online class offered by Hillsdale College 
D-Day Numbers
Para ti, si, para ti Querido heroe, Letters written by Jr. Ambassadors of Westminster, CA
The only WW II battle fought in North America - Attu Island, Alaska 
Breaking the Code, a Crucial cable finally fanned the winds of  World War I for America 

SPANISH PRESENCE in the AMERICAS ROOTS
King William Fair
San Pedro Creek Park Grand Opening
Tricentennial Partner Event at the U.T. Health San Antonio
Bernardo de Gálvez, Spanish Hero of the American Revolution by author Gonzalo M. Quintero Saravia.

HERITAGE PROJECTS
Latest Report on status of  the Galvez Documentary
Call for Submissions: US Latina and Latino Oral History Journal - Testimonials of Faith and Spirituality

HISTORICAL TIDBITS
The History of the United States has been a work in progress 
The Year was 1955 


HISPANIC LEADERS
Alex Maldonado, A pioneer LULAC leader in Orange County, CA
Phillip Valdez, Jr. California Historian 
Angelo Falcón, Advocate for Latinos in New York

LATINO PATRIOTS
Resolution: Congressional Gold Medal for WW II Mexican Fighter Squadron 201 by Alfred Lugo
Alpha Company, 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry 1966-1967

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
"The de Riberas," Chapter Twenty-Three Post-Civil War 1866 C.E.-1897 C.E. by Michael S. Perez

SURNAMES
Cavazos del Campo
Alvarez 

DNA
DNA of 100,000 animals appears to render evolutionary models obsolete, 
The importance of blood type in Japanese culture
FAMILY HISTORY
The Second Annual SHHAR Salt Lake City Trip will take place September 13-15
New Historical Records on FamilySearch: 
The Family History Library Held a Free Block Party
A Genealogist's Guide to Tracing People from Our Past
5 Steps to Writing the Perfect Genealogical Source Citation

RELIGION
Visit to Agreda revealed more of the 'Lady in Blue' mystery Lorenzo V. Penafiel
Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission Case

EDUCATION
Murdy Elementary Gratitude Project 2017
Supporting students interested in online college education
California State Assembly voted 48-11 to require Ethnic Studies as graduation requirement 
Hispanic Serving Institutions Increased by 20%
Documentary: The 1968 Edgewood High School Student ""Walkout" Protest, San Antonio, Texas
Recalling the Walkout
A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing
Latinos are the least likely ethnic or racial group to get a college education, 

CULTURE
Theater Review: The Revolutionist – The More Things Change, The More They Remain Same
Bendición para viaje interior / Blessing for the Inner Journey by Rafael Jesús González
George Yepes,  "Los Angeles Icon de Artes"
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts California 

HEALTH
You do not have to suffer anymore 
Things that are important to know about Suicide 
Why does Beto O'Rourke support drug reform?   

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
RIP: La Prensa by J. Gilberto
History of La Opinión
Historia entrelazada entre España y América: La conquista/ la colonización de América
The 20th International Latino Book Awards, By and For Latinos by Kirk Whisler  
Brief comments on Biographies in the International Latino Book Awards competition
The Death of Gracia Alkema by Rodolfo F. Acuña

FILMS, TV, RADIO, INTERNET
A Strike and An Uprising (in Texas): Texas Working Women's History on Film

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
July 14, 2018: "Spanish and Mexican Land Grants" by Tom Saenz 
Award of Merit to SHHAR: Outstanding Generosity and Dedication to California history. 
Award to Merit to John Schmal: Polific historic studies and sharing in the area of Mexican,  
     Mexican-American and indigenous research.Outstanding Research 
Westminster Barrio Hero's brief biographies  
Rancho Lands All About Orange, the Memoirs of Alfred B. Chapman by Douglas Westfall 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Chapter 7: Growing up on Evergreen Street, in East LA by Mimi Lozano
The Latin Beat:  Glimpse of East Los Angeles Night Life in  the 1970s by Teri Chavez
Los Angeles Conservancy 40th Anniversary
75th Anniversary: Delicate Fabric of Democracy by Beatriz E. Valenzuela
        The tensions surrounding the zoot suit culminated in the Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943.
        The Zoot Suit....Back Story
        Zoot Suit Draws Crowds and Decked-Out Fans in Los Angeles By Jennifer Medina
        Thinking Cap The Zoot Suit: Statement of Style or Protest? by Patricia Cohen
        This outfit defined an era, created a riot, and was banned by the government 

CALIFORNIA
Santa Barbara Beach Honors the Sacrifice of Our Veterans
The First California  Census Taken was in 1850 - the Same Year California Became a State.
Handwriting Analysis of Juan Bautista de Anza by Sister Mary Sevilla, CSJ, Ph.D.
A Handwriting Analysis of Pedro Amador by Sister Mary Sevilla, CSJ. Ph.D.

SOUTHWESTERN, US
Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce : Part 1 of 3  
The Duval County Freedom Party: Part One
Book:  Balo's War by Alfredo R. Cardenas

TEXAS
June 17, 2018, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain visited San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio Is a City of Metamorphosis, by John Phillip Santos
     San Antonio 1718: Art from Viceregal Mexico
     Confluence and Culture, 300 Years of San Antonio History
     Common Currents
     Bexar County's San Pedro Creek Culture Park Project
     San Antonio at 300
Canary Islanders of Louisiana family Connects with Curbelo family of San Antonio.
Conversations of Confluence: The Story of San Antonio
Download San Antonio, 300 Years of History eBook Today
Newest First Families of Bexar County
    Descendants of José Miguel Arciniega and Maria Alejandra Serefina Losoya
    Descendants of Joseph "José" de Urrutia, Juana de Dios de Urrutia
    Descendants of Manuel Flores/z and Candaleria Laso
Texas missions aided American Revolution by Felix D. Almaraz, Jr.
Fernando Veramendi was killed by Mescalero Apaches
Yojunes, Deadoses, Mayeye and Yerbiapime tribes petitioned Catholic Priest, establish mission for them.
May 31st, 1783 - - San Antonio merchant killed by Apaches!

MIDDLE AMERICA
300 for 300, New Orleans Tricentennial 
Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia visited former Spanish colonies of Louisiana and Texas,
      New Orleans, Texas and White House.
Moving to Another House - The Learning Years, 1953 by Rudy Padilla
Manuel Mejia – WWII, 82nd Airborne Division
President Clavijo to Visit Los Islenos Museum Complex
12th Annual Awards Gala: 2018 CLN Latino Leader Award NomineesEAST COAST
2018 National Puerto Rican Day Parade in NYC
FamilySearch Innovation Powers Revolution Place at the Museum of the American Revolution
David Lopez, Esq., has been appointed officially as the next Co-Dean of Rutgers Law School in Newark.
The Lost Lingo of New York City's Soda Jerks
My friend Tony "the Marine" Santiago.

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
Black Seminoles Indians
Black Seminoles Scouts

INDIGENOUS
Protecting the Iron Horse: "Bareback" Pawnee riders aided the Union Pacific
Differences in Attitude between the Spanish and Protestants towards the Indigenous in the Americas 
Moctezuma II /  Ancestros y Descendientes
Are you Related to the Aztecs The Uto-Aztecan Languages by John P. Schmal 

SEPHARDIC
Spanish Citizenship granted to 220 Sephardi Jews
Christopher Columbus and the Participation of the Jews in the Spanish and Portuguese Discoveries ARCHAEOLOGY
Archaeologists Discover Two Long Lost Ancient Maya Cities in Jungle of Mexico

MEXICO
Tarahumara Runner Lorena Ramírez Makes History at Spain's Ultramarathon by Remezcla Estaff
La corredora rarámuri Lorena Ramírez gana tercer lugar en un ultramaratón en España by Eugenia Coppel 
Tesoros arquitectonicos de la Nueva España en la ciudad de Mexico
El primer Escudo de Mexico – Cos de Cantabria
Mapa de la Republica Mexicana
Her Father Loved Tequila. Now She Runs a Company That Makes It.
Los Hacendados de Yucatan, 1785-1847
Old American colony in Mexico clings to its past by John MacCormack
Casa de Moneda de México fundada en 1535, primera de América por Pablo A. Casas Rábago
Arts of Colonial Mexico by Richard Perry
Why Mexico's Murder Rate Is Soaring  

CARIBBEAN 
After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican Women Embrace Their Natural, Curly Hair
If America Intervenes in Haiti by Faustin E. Wirkus

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
In Defense of Afro-Peruvian Culture (part 1 of 2)  by Eve A. Ma (Dr. L. Eve Armentrout Ma, Esq.)   
1540 - Alvaro Núñez Cabeza de Vaca sale al Brasil
A trip in Jose Ignacio, Puerto Tranquilo, Argentina by Willow Running-Hawk
Como la Gente Cree Que Fueron Los Descendientes de los Incas
Las Guerras de Espana e Inglaterra por las Malvinas
Rescate de Atahualpa - El oro de los Incas
Salta, es sede de la Federación Argentina de Genealogía y Heráldica

PAN-PACIFIC RIM 
Walking the trails to prayer on Japan's Nozaki Island, once home to persecuted Christians.
Indigenous Peoples of Oceania: Short Ancient and Modern History
Expediciones españolas en el Oceano Pacifico, Los confines del mundo 

PHILIPPINES
Penang Jewish Cemetery in Malaysia is the oldest Jewish cemetery in Southeast AsiaSPAIN
Diez extranjeros ilustres desmontan la Leyenda Negra antiespañola
El árbol más antiguo de Madrid…¡es mexicano!

INTERNATIONAL
The Ship Victoria
Precios y Salarios en la Antigua Roma by Javier Sanz

 




miércoles, 4 de julio de 2018

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