viernes, 28 de septiembre de 2018

Fwd: X REUNIÓN DE LOS ELIZONDO EN SALTILLO EL 12 Y 13 DE OCTUBRE.

--- Mensaje reenviado ----------
De: Edna Elizondo <ednayelizondo@yahoo.com.mx>
Fecha: 27 de septiembre de 2018, 20:43
Asunto: X REUNIÓN DE LOS ELIZONDO EN SALTILLO EL 12 Y 13 DE OCTUBRE.
Para: Edna Elizondo <ednayelizondo@yahoo.com.mx>


Saludos cordiales a todos.

Es un gusto y placer comunicarles que nuevamente nos reuniremos para  hablar de las investigaciones sobre 
"LOS ELIZONDO."

Es nuestra Décima Reunión será en Saltillo Coahuila.

Esperamos contar con tu presencia, la de tu familia, familiares, amigos, puedes extender esta invitación es para el público en general. 



    " LOS ESPERAMOS "



Recinto Cultural Universitario
"Aurora Morales de López"
Tel: (844) 4 10 32 03
Saltillo, Coahuila, Mx


miércoles, 12 de septiembre de 2018

Invitación actualizada: Reunión de Genealogía de México en MUNE lun 24 de sept de 2018 18:00 - 19:00 (CDT) (genealogia.org.mx.874874@blogger.com)

Se ha cambiado este evento.

Reunión de Genealogía de México en MUNE

Cuándo
Modificado: lun 24 de sept de 2018 18:00 – 19:00 Hora central - Ciudad de México
Dónde
Museo del Noreste, Calle Dr. Jose Ma. Coss #445, Centro, 64000 Monterrey, N.L., México (mapa)
Calendario
genealogia.org.mx.874874@blogger.com
Quién
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miércoles, 5 de septiembre de 2018

Mapa


-----
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 la Sociedad Nuevo Leonesa de Historia, Geografía y Estadística
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




lunes, 3 de septiembre de 2018

Colaboracion de Crispin Rendon: Families of Boca de Leones volume 2 & San Antonio Conference Networking

New free ebook online

Families of Boca de Leones, Nuevo Leon Volume Two.

 

https://dna.updog.co/CrispinRendon/

 

Conference Networking:

Friday Descendants of Slaves lunch at the 39th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical Conference. If you are a slave descendant, have mulatto ancestor or Sub-Saharan DNA you are welcome to join Dahlia Guajardo and Crispin Rendon (authors of Slaves of Monterrey) for lunch.

 

Saturday Guerra YDNA lunch at the conference. We had a good time last year so we are doing it again. If you are a Guerra that would like to join the group, let me know so that Nanis Guerra can make arrangements.

 

 

Conference details at:

http://www.losbexarenos.org/

 

I will have a spot in the Vendor Room at the Conference

I do not have anything to sell but come by and say hello.

 

 

As Always,

Crispin Rendon

951-275-7442    

sábado, 1 de septiembre de 2018

Revista Genealogica Gratuita y en Linea: Somos Primos "We are Cousins" September 2018 ​ www.somosprimos.com/sp2018/spsep18/spsep18.htm


Somos Primos "We are Cousins" September 2018
www.somosprimos.com/sp2018/spsep18/spsep18.htm



Dear Primos, Family, and Friends:

Just as I was finishing up the issue, I received a link to a video
consisting of interviews with people at Venice Beach, California. The
interviewer questioned attitudes about diversity and being an American.

I thought it was interesting that Venice Beach was picked as a good
location for diversity opinions. Our first home (1955) as a young
couple, was a few steps away from the Venice beach strand. We rented a
studio unit in a four-plex. It consisted of a front room, kitchen,
bathroom and a pull-down Murphy bed, with a closet behind it.

The area appears to have remained the same, a typical California beach
rental mix. Even at that time, the racial, cultural, social, and
economic diversity was apparent.

The photo cover for the September issue, catches one aspect of the
Venice beach atmosphere, "Muscle Beach". "Muscle Beach" in Venice used
to attract artists and performers, perhaps because we were close to
Hollywood, and they hoped to be "discovered." Both men and women of all
ethnic backgrounds worked out together. They encouraged one other as
they built their bodies up, with increasingly heavier weights, and by
doing increasingly harder lifts with the women. Always a ready audience
of locals and tourists.

With all the recent news media, which seems to focus on, and emphasize
racial problems, it was heartwarming to hear the positive comments
about being Americans. I think you will enjoy their comments too.
https://www.prageru.com/videos/what-do-people-really-think-about-racial-identity

God bless America . . . Mimi

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNITED STATES
Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15
Their Future is Our Business by Nate Berg
LULAC Salutes John McCain: True American Leader & Statesman
Council for Citizens Against Government Waste battling out-of-control
spending & taxes since 1984:
Needed Changes Finally Taking Place in the United States'
Obligation to the United Nations

Mexican American Studies – Open Letter to the Texas State Board of
Education by José Antonio López
Siege of the Lost Battalion of WW I by Michael S. Perez
Chicanada, a Population in Disequilibrium, Due to Historical
Circumstances by Ray Padilla
Community Fights to Preserve Killefer Grade School, First Desegregated
School in Nation

Issues, not party politics, impress Hispanic voters by Diana A.
Terry-Azios, 1998
Study the greatest political document ever written by man, the U.S.
Constitution
Dr. Hector P. Garcia, His Mission Continues by Wanda Daisy Garcia
Service Member to Military Spouse
Back the Blue; A Night to Honor our Nation's Law Enforcement

Appears NFL and ESPN No Longer Support Our Nation
Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid–An Honorary U.S. Citizen by Francisco Macias
Muslim-American Women Speaking Up: llhan Omar and Halima Aden
The Best Way to Fight Negative Jewish Stereotypes

Students being paid $13. an hour to lecture other students on Diversity
California's Voice: Lt. Col. Olga E. Custodio
Disneyland ambassadors: Alexa Garcia and Mikey Trujillo
Eating in the Fifties

SPANISH PRESENCE in the AMERICAS ROOTS
Wilbur-Cruce Iberian Horse DNA Research by Virginia Maryland College of
Veterinary Medicine
Galvez Documentary
Resources that Name the Spanish soldiers that served under General
Bernard de Galvez

HERITAGE PROJECTS
Growing Up in South Colton by Dr. Tom Rivera

HISTORIC TIDBITS
The Black Plague, Rats and Cats
German Saboteurs Invade America in 1942HISPANIC LEADERS
Remembering Guy Gabaldon
Phil Valdez
Common Sense

LATINO AMERICAN PATRIOTS
A legacy Greater Than Words: display at Barnes & Noble bookstores Sept
13 - Oct 10th.
Tribute to Mexican-American POWs
Alfonso J. Moreno
Manuel F. Ortiz
Delos Brown
The Reality That Was WW2 in the Pacific
Afterburner: Official United States Air Force Website

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
The Grijalvas of Orange County: A Californio-American Heritage
By Vladimir Guerrero and Edward T. Grijalva
SURNAMES: Almeida and Arocha

DNA
Surname Castro
No tenía una gota de sangre Kikapoo
Ancient DNA discovery reveals previously unknown population of native
Americans
Guadalajara and Morelia YoY growth rates of 22.1% and 25.8%
respectively.

FAMILY HISTORY
Expanded Ellis Island Immigrant Records 1820-1957 Online
Lucas de la Fuente Handwriting Information Analysis by Sister Mary
Sevilla

RELIGION
Police discovered 2 pipe bombs thrown in Rachel's Tomb complex
Three Million Muslims Live in United States: Dr Michael Youssef
Psytrance music bridges divide between secular and religious Jews in
Israel

EDUCATION
National Science Foundation hands out $45M to encourage Hispanic STEM
students
New Class: Crossing the Line by Wendy Fawthrop
UCLA and Diversity Peer Leaders
International youth poetry festival
We're Muslm, Don't Panic

CULTURE
Everything You Need to Know About Día de los Muertos
Quinto Festival de los Teatros Chicanos by Dorinda Moreno
Hispanic Heritage Month Resources in Abundance
Script for Hispanic Heritage Idea by Mimi Lozano

HEALTH
Parents' Medical use of CBD Oil for Kids has Led to Separations.
Israeli firms team up to create kits for growing medical cannabis at
home
Why Diabetes Awareness is a Vital Part of Hispanic Heritage Month

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi
Our First Lady Pope by Victor Villaseñor
September 15th is our 65th Festival: Latino Book & Family Festival
Insights
The 31st Year of the NAHP Awards from October 24th to the 26th
Contrastes ente Imperio Español y el Inglés que le siguió

FILMS, TV, RADIO, INTERNET
Ballad of Gregorio Cortez' (1982) landmark Chicano cinema, a passion
project for Edward James Olmos
30th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards: Full Show, 2017

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
Sept 8: SHHAR: John Schmal History of Jalisco and Zacatecas, 9-11:30
am
Sept 8: Dia de la Familia, Westminster Community Services & Recreation
Department, 1-5 pm
First Grade class at Killefer School, Orange, California, 1946
I was a 6'4" White Kid by Douglas Westfall
Hispanic on their Way Up by Guillermo X. Garcia, 1996
Sept 14: El Grito - A Celebration of of Mexican Independence
Oct 6: 9th Annual Dale Dykema Lifetime Achievement Award Gala
MASA Media Arts, Santa Ana Summer Fundraiser

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
LA RAZA Through February 10, 2019 at Autry in Griffith Park
CHC of Commerce celebrated its 40th Anniversary in Los Angeles
Angels Flight 1901
Jewish Bakers Union & Yiddish Culture in East LA 1908-1942
Archival photos of Long Beach, Los Angeles and other areas

CALIFORNIA
Dominquez Ranch, First Spanish Land Grant in California
California Bear Flag
Team of Mexican immigrants helps battle California fire
Battle of the Old Woman's Gun Reenactment
1849 California Constitution Fact Sheet
The Lemon Grove Incident
Chapter 9: First Jobs, Manteca Becomes Home by Mimi Lozano

NORTHWESTERN, US
El olvidado pasado español de Alaska

SOUTHWESTERN, US
Sept 16th: Mexican Independence Day Celebration: Dia de la Familia
Photos, THE WEST and its Connection to the Horse
A Beautiful, Cruel Country: Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce,
La Pistolera by Leo W. Banks
Railroads in the Southwest
TEXAS
My Wife's Union Army Ancestor by J. Gilberto Quezada
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla: an unlikely rebel by Dr. Félix D. Almaráz Jr.
Knowledge and skills related to genealogy and/or Family History prepared
by Maria Elena Azios
The Digging Texas - Gault Archaeological Site of Central Texas, 20
minute documentary

MIDDLE AMERICA
Young Man Making His Way - The Learning years by Rudy Padilla
Reverend Treder: A Legacy by Rudy Padilla
White, and in the minority by Terrence McCoy

EAST COAST
September 15, 2018 event: New York Purple Heart Chapter 3
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
National Museum of African American History and Culture
AFRICAN-AMERICAN
LDS Church and NAACP Announce Plans for Education and Employment
Initiatives
Remains of Tuskegee Airman Found in Austria|
Afro-Mexicans, a Hidden Heritage
The Stirring Elocution of Frederick Douglass by Lawrence W. Reed
INDIGENOUS
National Navajo Code Talkers Day August 14, 2018
Archaeologists explore a rural field in Kansas, a lost city emerges by
David Kelly

SEPHARDIC
Hebreo Moderno, book in Spanish to learn Hebrew
Coercive Cosmopolitanism - What the hysteria over Israel's nation-state
law really meansARCHAEOLOGY
Three Maya skeletons were found in Tabasco state of Mexico
Ancient Origins: Barter, Bills & Banknotes: 5,000 Yr History of Money by
Theodoros Karasavvas

MEXICO
Mexico Helped Push the Allied Powers Over the Top by Christopher Minster
The Congressional Gold Medal for Mexico's WW II Fighter Squadron -
Escuadron 201 Campaign©
Don't call 12-year-old Mexican university student 'genius' by Joebill
Muñoz
The Mayan empire, exceptionally advanced for its time, collapsed in just
a few hundred years.
Nezahualpilli el rey de Texcoco, que tuvo 144 Hijos
Secularización de las Misiones de Sonora, del año de 1791.
August 24th, 1821 -- Treaty grants Mexican independence
Mexico opened 2,599 homicide investigations in July (2018) — the most
ever recorded in a month Railroads in the Southwest

CARIBBEAN/CUBA
Juan Agramonte/Agramont, Cuba, 1538
Isabel Gutierrez, Cuba, 1536

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
Felices Fiestas Patrias - PerúPAN-PACIFIC RIM
Guam

PHILIPPINES
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte bans Filipinos working in Kuwait

SPAIN
Familias lingüísticas de la península ibérica antes de la romanización
La conquista de las Islas Canarias, Se inició con Juan de Bethancourt
La Expedición Malaspina de 1789
Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid–An Honorary U.S. Citizen
Spain: New Gateway to Europe for Mass-Migration, Part 2 by Thomas Paul
Wiederholen

INTERNATIONAL
The Bible on Tariffs
El retorno de las campanas, piratas y tártaros, por José Crespo
A commercial promoting pork says: Put some pork on your pork
Los Zetas and Hezbollah, a Deadly Alliance of Terror and Vice by Terence
Rosenthal
Iran in our own backyard: Hezbollah operatives are rampant in remote
areas of Latin Americ
by Leah Soibel
Topkapı Palace Conquest Celebration and Palace Festivals