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         Puerto Rico Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Puerto Rico in pictures and poetry: An anthology of beauty on America's paradise of the Atlantic (Studies in Puerto Rican history, literature, and culture) by Cynthia Pearl Maus, 1978
  2. Puerto Rican Americans (Cultures of America) by Petra Press, 1996-09
  3. Culture and Attachment: Perceptions of the Child in Context by Robin L. Harwood, Joan G. Miller, et all 1997-04-18
  4. La Cancion De Cuna En La Tradicion De Puerto Rico by Marcelino J. Canino Salgado, 1970
  5. The Politics of Language in Puerto Rico by AMILCAR ANTONIO BARRETO, 2001-05-16
  6. The Puerto Rican Woman: Perspectives on Culture, History and Society; Second Edition
  7. Puerto Rican historiography (Studies in Puerto Rican culture, history, and literature) by Allen L Woll, 1978
  8. The Puerto Ricans: Culture Change and Language Deviance (Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, No. 51) by Ruby Rohrlich, Ruby Rohrlich-Leavitt, 1974-06
  9. The Puerto Ricans' Spirit: Their History, Life, and Culture by Maria Teresa Babin, 1971-06
  10. The Puerto Ricans, Their History, Culture, and Society by Adalberto Lopez, 1980-06
  11. My Music Is My Flag: Puerto Rican Musicians and Their New York Communities, 1917-1940 (Latino in American Society and Culture) by Ruth Glasser, 1995-05-02
  12. La Nina Y El Cucubano: Poemas Para Los Ninos De Puerto Rico by Josemilio Gonzalez, 1985-01
  13. Sponsored Identities Pb (Puerto Rican Studies) by Arlene Davila, 1997-10-16
  14. LA Vida: A Puerto Rican Family in the Culture of Poverty--San Juan and New York. by Oscar, Lewis, 1966-06

61. Atlas - Puerto Rico Map
puerto rico Map, History, culture, People, Population, Climate, Economy, Animal and plants, Languages,capital, island, major city, province, Communications

People History Culture ... Communications Legal system Organization Provinces Disputes
Puerto Rico Introduction Back to Top Puerto Rico, freely associated commonwealth of the United States, composed of one large island and several small islands. Officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish, Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico), Puerto Rico is bordered on the north by the Atlantic Ocean; on the east by the Virgin Passage (which separates it from the Virgin Islands); on the south by the Caribbean Sea; and on the west by the Mona Passage (which separates it from the Dominican Republic). Puerto Rico became a US commonwealth on July 25, 1952. Official Name- Puerto Rico
Capital City- San Juan
Languages- Spanish, English
Official Currency- US Dollar
Religions- Catholic, Protestant
Population- 3,892,000
Land Area- 9,100 sq km
Puerto Rico Provinces Back to Top
78 municipalities (municipios, singular - municipio) at the second order; Adjuntas, Aguada, Aguadilla, Aguas Buenas, Aibonito, Anasco, Arecibo, Arroyo, Barceloneta, Barranquitas, Bayamon, Cabo Rojo, Caguas, Camuy, Canovanas, Carolina, Catano, Cayey, Ceiba, Ciales, Cidra, Coamo, Comerio, Corozal, Culebra, Dorado, Fajardo, Florida, Guanica, Guayama, Guayanilla, Guaynabo, Gurabo, Hatillo, Hormigueros, Humacao, Isabela, Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Juncos, Lajas, Lares, Las Marias, Las Piedras, Loiza, Luquillo, Manati, Maricao, Maunabo, Mayaguez, Moca, Morovis, Naguabo, Naranjito, Orocovis, Patillas, Penuelas, Ponce, Quebradillas, Rincon, Rio Grande, Sabana Grande, Salinas, San German, San Juan, San Lorenzo, San Sebastian, Santa Isabel, Toa Alta, Toa Baja, Trujillo Alto, Utuado, Vega Alta, Vega Baja, Vieques, Villalba, Yabucoa, Yauco

62. MSN Encarta - Puerto Rico
wanted students to speak English in order to expose them to American culture. In 1993 puerto rico declared both Spanish and English the island’s official
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News Search MSNBC for news about Puerto Rico Internet Search Search Encarta about Puerto Rico Search MSN for Web sites about Puerto Rico Also on Encarta Encarta guide: The Reagan legacy Compare top online degrees Proud papas: Famous dads with famous kids Also on MSN Father's Day present ideas on MSN Shopping Breaking news on MSNBC Switch to MSN in 3 easy steps Our Partners Capella University: Online degrees LearnitToday: Computer courses CollegeBound Network: ReadySetGo Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions Encyclopedia Article from Encarta Advertisement document.write(''); Page 3 of 5 Puerto Rico Multimedia 21 items Dynamic Map View map of Puerto Rico Article Outline Introduction Physical Geography Economy People ... History D Migration In the late 1990s some 3.1 million Puerto Ricans lived on the U.S. mainland, the majority of them in the states of New York, New Jersey, and Florida. In general, Puerto Ricans went to the mainland in search of better economic opportunities.

63. IPRAC 1898
Translate this page pagina para enlaces). puerto rico society and culture before US 1898 invasion (See bottom of of this page for site links). Autor Dr
las tropas estadounidenses; 1898
(Ver al final de esta pagina para enlaces) Puerto Rico: society and culture before U.S. 1898 invasion
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Centro para Estudios Avanzados de

Puerto Rico y el Caribe

San Juan, PR
John Villamil
Faviola Donato

ASPIRA Association, Inc.

Washington, DC La que divulg la prensa norteamericana Centro para Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe Introduction 1998 marked the centennial anniversary of the United States' troops invasion of Puerto Rico . The manner in which this occasion was commemorated at the time has contributed to the false belief that Puerto Rico was uncivilized prior to the invasion. Cartoons and photographs published by the US media provided a vision of Puerto Rico which deliberately emphasized poverty without depicting the physical and cultural development of the country. Cartoons presented in the United States press show predjudice and dispective, failing to show the true nature of Puerto Rican society. We stress these points because the purpose of this presentation, though limited to the graphical items we have been able to collect, is to show that Puerto Rico in 1898 was not at all what the press depicted, and that has influenced the many Americans and Puerto Ricans into beliving that civilization arrived in Puerto Rico with the American troops in 1898.

64. Aspira's Institute Of Puerto Rican Arts And Culture
puerto Rican Arts and culture is to promote the history and culture of puerto rico. This portal
Historia- History
Artes- Arts

Literatura- Literature

Folkore y Tradiciones-Folklore and Traditions
Libros y Videos - Books and Videos

This month's featured figure:
Don Cholito
Guisseppe Michel Agrelot (born April 21, 1927) was a Puerto Rican radio show host, television show host and comedian who was better known as Jose Miguel Agrelot. His grandmother was Italian, and his parents gave him an Italian name to honor her.
The mission of ASPIRA's Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture is to promote the history and culture of Puerto Rico primarily among Puerto Rican youth. Our goal is to provide our youth a sense of belonging, and pride in their heritage to streghthen their self-image as Puerto Ricans through arts and humanities education, and to make others aware of the distinctive Puerto Rican culture and the significant contributions by Puerto Ricans to the arts and humanities.This portal represents one of the activities of the Institute designed to provide access to Puerto Rican arts and history resources available through the web. Our portal is the first phase of a series of web-based initiatives to be developed. We look forward in the near future to commission content development to arts and humanities scholars, have librarians to assist in research questions and to promote discussion of art and humanities issues through mediated discussion forums, chat rooms and video conferencing.

65. Puerto Rico Preservation Plan Profile
Partnering Organizations Institute of puerto Rican culture, Board for the Preservation of Historic Values, Planning Board of puerto rico, Council for
Title: [in Spanish]
Puerto Rico Preservation Plan Number of Pages:
January 13, 1997
Planning Cycle: 4 years Contact Information:
Doris Maza
State Planner
State Historic Preservation Office
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 9066581
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00906-6581
(787) 721-3737, ext. 258 fax (787) 723-0957 Mission/Vision Statement: Our vision is to improve the quality of life and sustainable development through the conservation of cultural resources. In this way, we will successfully gain a better understanding of our history, as well as a sense of place, belonging, and identity at the local, state, national, and world level. Nuestra visión consiste en mejorar la calidad de vida y un desarrollo sostenible mediante la conservación de los recursos culturales. De esta forma, logramos obtener una mejor comprensión de nuestra historia al igual que un sentido de lugar, pertenencia e identidad a nivel local, estatal, nacional y mundial. The mission of the SHPO is to promote the conservation of all cultural resources of Puerto Rico, architectural and archaeological, for the benefit of present and future generations, in conformance with established state and federal laws.

66. Puerto Rico Tourism Topics
puerto rico s culture is a rich blend of Taíno, Spanish, African and American influences, as evident in its salsa music as in its flavorful sofrito, a staple
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Puerto Rico Metro Area Central East Northeast Northwest West South Southeast Culebra Vieques Adjuntas Aguada Aguadilla Aguas Buenas Aguirre Aibonito Arecibo Arroyo Barceloneta Barranquitas Cabo Rojo Caguas Camuy Canovanas Carolina Cayey Ceiba Ciales Cidra Coamo Comerio Corozal Dorado Ensenada Fajardo Florida Guayama Guayanilla Guaynabo Gurabo Hatillo Hato Rey Hormigueros Humacao Isabela Isla Verde Jayuya Juncos Lajas Lares Las Marias Las Piedras Levittown Luquillo Maricao Maunabo Moca Morovis Naguabo Naranjito Orocovis Patillas Ponce Puerto Nuevo Quebradillas Sabana Grande Salinas San German San Juan San Lorenzo San Sebastian Santa Isabel Santurce Toa Alta Toa Baja Trujillo Alto Utuado Vega Alta Vega Baja Villalba Yabucoa Yauco
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History Culture Where to Stay Getting Around By Air Island Orientation Transport Options Shopping Around ... History Culture salsa music as in its flavorful sofrito , a staple of island cuisine.

67. Puerto Rico Travel Guide. Information About Puerto Rico's History, Culture, Geog
Information about puerto rico s history, culture, geography, government, attractions, and calendar of events. Search for hotels, restaurants or attractions.
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has beautiful beaches, tropical landscapes, and 500 years of Spanish cultural influence. Puerto Rico is historic and cosmopolitan, exotic and accessible. Let us introduce you to its charms! Puerto Rico is the smallest of the Greater Antilles. Its 3,435 square miles (8,768 sq. km) make it roughly the size of Connecticut. The Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean surround Puerto Rico. In addition, two small islands, Culebra and Vieques lie off the east coast, and the tiny island of Mona to the west. Learn more about our geography. Puerto Rico is a melting pot of cultures Taíno (Native Indian), Spanish, African, and North American. They converge in our food, music, language, architecture, religion, lifestyles, arts, and crafts. Social customs have changed as a result of a major shift in the economy, from agricultural to industrial. However, even after one century as part of the U.S., the strong Spanish influence is the common denominator for our cultural fabric. Click here to read more about our culture.

68. Welcome To Meet Puerto Rico
in puerto rico contribute to the preservation of traditional handcrafts the Crafts Development Area of PRIDCO, the Institute of puerto Rican culture, the
Puerto Rico is a melting pot of cultures Taíno (Native Indian), Spanish, African, and North American. They converge in our food, music, language, architecture, religion, lifestyles, arts, and crafts. Social customs have changed as a result of a major shift in the economy, from agricultural to industrial. However, even after one century as part of the U.S., the strong Spanish influence is the common denominator for our cultural fabric. Music
You can't help but feel the pulse of the Island – it breathes salsa merengue and all kinds of rhythms. Salsa emerged from Puerto Rico to become a musical form in New York City, while merengue is from the Dominican Republic. Both are embraced and enjoyed in Puerto Rico. Bomba and plena are also native sounds and both rely heavily on percussion. The

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70. Puerto Rico Tourism Company | Culture And History Of Puerto Rico
puerto rico s culture is fascinating and one of a kind. Experience the beauty of the puerto rico s culture by taking a tour of Old

71. Puerto Rico - LANIC
puerto rico;; NYISE puerto Rican History and culture;; puerto rico en breve PReb;
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72. About Puerto Rico Including History, Culture And Climate.
The history of puerto rico the unique spanish culture of the caribbean island and a description of the unique climate puerto rico has to offer including the El

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About Puerto Rico The true history of Puerto Rico is reflected in our literature, art, music, architecture and in our spirit. You can see it everywhere, from our oldest cities to our newest urban developments. Puerto Rico is many, many things. We hope you will enjoy discovering a few of them. Its terrain is among the most varied in the region; rugged mountains rise in the middle, quiet beaches edge the northern and eastern shores (which are lapped by the Atlantic Ocean) while in parts of the southwest, beaches give way to steep cliffs that plummet into the Caribbean Sea. What is Puerto Rico? It is an island teeming with beauty and vitality. Some of it is Spanish, some Indian, some African and some...something else. but somehow it all blends together into a culture that you will find fascinating and one-of-a-kind. There is no place quite like a tropical volcanic Island and no island in the Caribbean quite like Puerto Rico. The geography of the island is very unusual, as it encompasses distinctly different kinds of topography and microclimates in a relatively small area. A rugged mountain range runs across the center from east to west, which often prevents rain clouds from passing to the south. The north side of the island is covered by dense vegetation, karst formations and rushing streams, while, the south side is sun-toasted terrain, home to tropical dry forests and many species of exotic birds. Puerto Rico is only about 100 miles long and 35 miles wide, so its most distant points are only a three-hour drive apart. It also means that just about every tropical landscape in existence is a short trip from wherever you happen to be!

73. History And Culture In Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico Attractions
history and culture Visit TripAdvisor, your source for the web s best unbiased reviews and articles about history and culture in puerto rico, Caribbean.
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74. Travel In Mayaguez - Puerto Rico - Culture -®-
gardens, the University of puerto rico Campus, the Plaza of Columbus, the Yaguez Theatre, the Tropical Agricultural Research Station, the Cultural Centre, a
ADVERTISING INFORMATION Mayaguez - Culture T The people represent a cultural and racial mix, and they are mainly Catholics. Mayaguez has a cathedral and many Catholic churches. All main religious denominations also have churches in town, many of them very beautiful. The city has many attractions, like some beautiful parks with fountains, botanic gardens, the University of Puerto Rico Campus, the Plaza of Columbus, the Yaguez Theatre, the Tropical Agricultural Research Station, the Cultural Centre, a Public Library and three important movie chains. Its streets have an interesting architecture. Mayaguez is home of the only Zoo in the island, it is home of numerous birds, mammals and reptiles. Botanists and birdwatchers flock to El Yunque, a 28,000-acre national forest worthy of Brazil, and Mona, an uninhabited island paradise west of Mayaguez. There are many modern shopping centres with the most popular chains of fast foods and mega-stores of the main land. Local stores also offer a diverse variety of articles. "Fiestas Patronales" is a very popular celebration, held in February, which is a festivity in honour of the local patron saint. There are also many other festivals and musical shows during the year.

75. A Collector's Vision
The art and artifacts in this exhibition present a sampler of puerto rico s history and culture over centuries. They are part of
A Collector's Vision Below: Teodoro Vidal: Collector Lu s Muñoz Marín Exhibition Home Page The art and artifacts in this exhibition present a sampler of Puerto Rico's history and culture over centuries. They are part of a vast collection created by Teodoro Vidal (to the right in the picture), who began a personal quest in the 1950s to document the people, history, and culture of Puerto Rico from the 1700s to the present. Mr. Vidal donated much of this collection of more than 3,200 artifacts to the Smithsonian Institution in 1997. The land from which the objects came has its own rich and dramatic history. For thousands of years, native peoples named Taínos lived on an island they called Borikén. In 1493, Christopher Columbus landed there and claimed the island for Spain. It remained a Spanish colony for over 400 years and became known as Puerto Rico ("rich port"). In 1898, the United States went to war against Spain, siding with the Cuban independence army. When Spain lost the war, it lost Cuba, the Philippines, Guam and Puerto Rico to the United States. As a result, Puerto Rico became a U.S. territory. Today, some 3.5 million Puerto Ricans live on the island, and 2.7 million reside elsewhere in the United States. Teodoro Vidal Santoni Born in Condado to a prominent family he describes as "100 percent Puerto Rican," Teodoro Vidal earned a B.B.A. and an M.B.A. degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1954, he became an aide to Luis Muñoz Marín, Puerto Rico's first elected governor. He also served on the first Board of Directors of the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture. Collecting became his lifelong passion, and he soon began to collect objects that for him embodied the essence of Puerto Rican culture.

76. History Of Puerto Rico III
Translate this page achieved world recognition. As a people, puerto rico has a distinct culture and history. puerto Ricans feel proud of this. For this
Julia de Burgos
One of Puerto Rico's greatest national poets, Julia de Burgos was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, in 1914. She was a teacher, journalist and poet. Julia had a special sensability and determination to write and transform her experiences into poetry. At the age of 39 Julia was found unconscious on a New York City street and died later on that day as an unidentified person.
de una noche completa en tus brazos
que me esperan tendida a tu lado,
notas tristes y alegres y hondas
Se ha callado la idea turbadora
que se interna en mi alma cantando. Es la noche una cinta de estrellas
que una a una a mi lecho han rodado;
ensartado de impulsos paganos.
y caminan su forma tangible
hacia el cielo ideal de sus manos.
se han besado tu vida y mi vida...
y las almas se van acercando! cual espiga a la sombra del astro! Se han unido, mi amor, se han unido se han besado tu llanto y mi llanto... que me ataban al tren del pasado!
donde anduve mi amor, de su brazo! La ternura de todos los surcos se han quedado enredado en mis pasos

77. Puerto Rico: 500 Years Of Oppression By Piri Thomas And Suzanne Dod Thomas / In
of economic pressure, and the people of puerto rico were forced As a puerto Rican born in the United States, I identity and to pride in my culture and heritage
Puerto Rico:
500 Years of Oppression
by Piri Thomas and Suzanne Dod Thomas
Berkeley, California
Piri Thomas, poet, writer and storyteller, is the author of the sixties classic Down These Mean Streets and many other books including Stories from El Barrio , and Seven Long Times . In 1997 he released his second CD of poetry and music, No Mo' Barrio Blues , - his first Sounds of the Street was issued in 1994. To read and see much more of Piri Thomas visit his web site The World of Piri Thomas The roots of Borinquen (the original indigenous name for the Puerto Rico) were trampled from the beginning of the European presence, where some lost sea captain who called himself Christopher Columbus landed on the island and renamed it Puerto Rico almost 500 years ago. Columbus and the conquistadores who followed him knew only how to plunder. The natives who greeted Columbus were members of the fierce Arawaks and peaceful Tainos, who lived on the shores as fishermen. Columbus claimed their land in the name of Spain, and opened the door to Western exploiters who came in droves to colonize the island. They brought soldiers, money-hungry businessmen, priests, and opportunists, who burned with the fever only gold could cure. They brutally reduced the native population to near extinction by means of disease, slavery, cruelty, and murderous extermination. Men, women and children were set to work digging for the yellow metal, the precious gold.

78. Puerto Rico Electronic Bookshelf
Welcome to puerto rico Information includes a description of the island, people, history, economy, government, culture, tourism, and recipes.

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79. Puerto Rico- Boriken
Translate this page soc.culture.puerto-rico the group for all news and gossip soc.culture.puerto-rico FAQ lots of things you want to know.. puerto rico Online.

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80. Puerto Rico And Boricua Culture, Welcome To
puerto rico Shirts Soy Boricua Mini Poster. History. Geography. Maps. Music. In the New. On Line Store. Hello, thanks for stopping by. San Juan puerto rico, 2002.
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