When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Puerto rico history

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Puerto rico history. Get inspired and try out new things.
115 Years After US Troops Landed in Puerto Rico, the Narrative for Island’s Future Must Change Immediately

On July 27, 1898, The New York Times published the story of US troops landing in Guánica, Puerto Rico two days earlier on July 25. It was part of the Spanish-American War, which pretty much ended two weeks later on August 12, 1898, when a cease-fire was established. The

Cuba, la Isla Infinita: A 116 años de la invasión de Estados Unidos a Puerto Rico

Al conmemorarse 116 años de la intervención militar estadounidense en Puerto Rico, es necesario reflexionar y recordar que aquello fue una invasión que condujo a una ocupación militar que se ha extendido hasta nuestros días. La política de Estados Unidos hacia la Isla ha sido de tipo colonial y de dominación y Puerto Rico es un pueblo con identidad cultural, con sus propios valores y su propia historia. El reclamo histórico por la autodeterminación y la independencia. A muchos…

Vanessa Ocasio is 8ncest. She gets risperadal to the face and the stomach.

The following map serves to distinguish the different Rural Development Area Offices with their respective coverage areas. Below the map is the contact information for the State Office and Area Offices.

"El Registro Central de Esclavos" (Slave Schedule ) of 1872 is, in my mind, the most valuable document for researching slavery in Puerto Rico. The census was created after the Ley Moret (1870) was ...

Update 3/13/15 : Welcome to visitors coming from the Puerto Rico Historic Building Drawings Society! Feedback is most definitely welcome so feel free to leave a comment if you have additional infor…

Sgt. Carmelo C. Mathews (left) holds up a Puerto Rican flag riddled by enemy shellfire, as Pfc. Angel Perales (right) points to the protrudi...

A new bill passed by Congress would award Puerto Rico's 65th Infantry Regiment the Congressional Gold Medal, which has been presented to the Navajo Code Talkers, Tuskegee Airmen and other units.