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Tejanos in Gray: Civil War Letters of Captains Joseph Rafael de la Garza and Manuel Yturri (Fronteras Series, sponsored by Texas A&M International University) by Jerry Thompson http://www.amazon.com/dp/160344243X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_5Henub0220RK1

Tejanos in Gray: Civil War Letters of Captains Joseph Rafael de la Garza and Manuel Yturri (Fronteras Series, sponsored by Texas A&M International University) by Jerry Thompson http://www.amazon.com/dp/160344243X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_5Henub0220RK1

Are Filipinos Latino/Hispanic or Asian? ... or something else? (descent, Europeans, Polish) - Genealogy -Ancestry research, historical records, genetic analysis, sharing data, locating family - Page 9 - City-Data Forum

Are Filipinos Latino/Hispanic or Asian? ... or something else? (descent, Europeans, Polish) - Genealogy -Ancestry research, historical records, genetic analysis, sharing data, locating family - Page 9 - City-Data Forum

You are viewing an unfortunate image of Scene of Ewells attack, May 19, 1864, near Spottsylvania [i.e. Spotsylvania] Court House. Dead Confederate soldiers collected for burial. It was taken in 1864.    The image shows Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, Va., 1864. War casualties. civil-war-photos-some-graphic

You are viewing an unfortunate image of Scene of Ewells attack, May 19, 1864, near Spottsylvania [i.e. Spotsylvania] Court House. Dead Confederate soldiers collected for burial. It was taken in 1864. The image shows Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, Va., 1864. War casualties. civil-war-photos-some-graphic

Juan Cortina - born in Camargo, Mexico (1824) his family own vast ranches on both side of border in South Texas. Recruited regiment of Mexican cavalry, fought against Zachary Taylor in battle of Palo Alto. Later became political boss for south Texas Democratic party. Shooting the Brownsville sheriff for brutalizing an employee, the violence escalated into what's known as the Cortina Wars in which he led a Mexican militia force against the US Army, Texas Rangers, and local militia of…

Juan Cortina - born in Camargo, Mexico (1824) his family own vast ranches on both side of border in South Texas. Recruited regiment of Mexican cavalry, fought against Zachary Taylor in battle of Palo Alto. Later became political boss for south Texas Democratic party. Shooting the Brownsville sheriff for brutalizing an employee, the violence escalated into what's known as the Cortina Wars in which he led a Mexican militia force against the US Army, Texas Rangers, and local militia of…

Building a Latino Civil Rights Movement: Puerto Ricans, African Americans, and the Pursuit of Racial Justice in New York City (Justice, Power, and Politics) by Sonia Song-Ha Lee http://www.amazon.com/dp/1469614138/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_PKCevb01W2CFP

Building a Latino Civil Rights Movement: Puerto Ricans, African Americans, and the Pursuit of Racial Justice in New York City (Justice, Power, and Politics) by Sonia Song-Ha Lee http://www.amazon.com/dp/1469614138/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_PKCevb01W2CFP

Hernán Cortés fue un conquistador español y llegaron en Veracruz en 1519. Veracruz se convirtió en el primer estado de control español en méxico. Hernán Cortés le dio el nombre de Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz al estado.

Hernán Cortés fue un conquistador español y llegaron en Veracruz en 1519. Veracruz se convirtió en el primer estado de control español en méxico. Hernán Cortés le dio el nombre de Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz al estado.

Benavides crosses Rio Grande in pursuit of Mexican "Unionists"  On this day in 1863, Maj. Santos Benavides, the highest-ranking Mexican American to serve in the Confederacy, led seventy-nine men of the predominantly Tejano Thirty-third Texas Cavalry across the Rio Grande in pursuit of the bandit Octaviano Zapata.   http://www.tshaonline.org/day-by-day/September/01

Benavides crosses Rio Grande in pursuit of Mexican "Unionists" On this day in 1863, Maj. Santos Benavides, the highest-ranking Mexican American to serve in the Confederacy, led seventy-nine men of the predominantly Tejano Thirty-third Texas Cavalry across the Rio Grande in pursuit of the bandit Octaviano Zapata. http://www.tshaonline.org/day-by-day/September/01

June 24,1864 - In southwest Cameron County, a battle took place between Confederate and Union forces at Las Rusias. Confederate officer Refugio Benavides of Laredo led a company and joined John Salmon "Rip" Ford to overrun Union forces. Ford, a colonel of the Second Texas Cavalry who engaged in border operations protecting Confederate-Mexican trade, praised Benavides for his gallant conduct during the battle.

June 24,1864 - In southwest Cameron County, a battle took place between Confederate and Union forces at Las Rusias. Confederate officer Refugio Benavides of Laredo led a company and joined John Salmon "Rip" Ford to overrun Union forces. Ford, a colonel of the Second Texas Cavalry who engaged in border operations protecting Confederate-Mexican trade, praised Benavides for his gallant conduct during the battle.

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