Puerto Rican Independence

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September 17 - Births
1993) 1937 – Orlando Cepeda, Puerto Rican baseball player 1938 – Perry Robinson, American clarinet player and composer 1938 – Bobby Wine, American baseball player and. 1948 – Karl Alber, German footballer 1948 – Raphy Leavitt, Puerto Rican composer 1948 – Jeff MacNelly, American cartoonist (d. 1984 – Mary Descenza, American swimmer 1984 – De La Ghetto, Puerto Rican rapper and songwriter (Arcángel De La Ghetto) 1984 – John Kucera, Canadian skier 1984 ...
Military History Of Puerto Rico - Revolt Against Spain - South America - United Provinces of New Granada
... In the early 19th century the Spanish colonies, in what is known as the Latin American wars of independence, began to revolt against Spanish rule ... Antonio Valero de Bernabe was a Puerto Rican military leader known in Latin America as the "Liberator from Puerto Rico" ... He fought for and helped achieve Mexico's independence from Spain ...
Antonio Rafael Barceló - Political Career - Union Party of Puerto Rico
... The party, which believed in Puerto Rican independence, was presided by Muñoz Rivera with Barceló as the Secretary General ... In 1910, Barceló founded the Association Puerto Rico, with the idea of protecting the main industries of the island, which at that time were the coffee, tobacco and sugar industries, against ... The legislature of Puerto Rico passed law number 52 in 1913, which officially established the Association of Puerto Rico and renamed it the Association of Products made in Puerto Rico ...
List Of Puerto Ricans - Politicians
19th century Román Baldorioty de Castro "The Father of Puerto Rico's Autonomy" ... José Celso Barbosa "The Father of Puerto Rico's Statehood Movement" Eugenio María de Hostos a.k.a ... intellectual, lawyer, sociologist, and independence advocate ...
Puerto Rican Independence Party - International Support – Gabriel García Márquez and Others
... External audio You may watch and listen to a Puerto Rican Independence Party political campaign ad featuring Ruben Berrios and the voice of José Feliciano in ... Luis Rafael Sánchez, Mayra Montero and Ana Lydia Vega, in supporting independence for Puerto Rico and joining the Latin American and Caribbean Congress in Solidarity with Puerto ... García Márquez's push for the recognition of Puerto Rico's independence was obtained at the behest of the Puerto Rican Independence Party ...

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