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Siendo empresaria natural, el compromiso de Maria Antonietta con el progreso y el éxito del emprendedor latinoamericano es la inspiración constante y la fuerza impulsora detrás de su ilimitada energética personalidad.
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The Butterfield (or Southern) Overland Mail, which operated from September 15, 1858, until March 1, 1861, was a semiweekly mail and passenger stage service from St. Louis, Missouri, and Memphis, Tennessee, across northern Texas to San Francisco, California. The routes from the two eastern termini united at Fort Smith, Arkansas. From St. Louis to San Francisco the distance was 2,795 miles, probably the longest route of any system using horse-drawn conveyances in the history of the United States. An act of Congress, effective on March 3, 1857, authorized a mail contract calling for the conveying of letter mail twice weekly, in both directions, in four-horse coaches or spring wagons suitable for carrying passengers; it was further specified that each trip should be completed within twenty-five days. Awarded to John Butterfield and associates, the contract provided for a compensation of $600,000 per year, in addition to receipts for passengers and express. Content, courtesy of the Handbook of Texas As of 1858 the route extended from San Francisco to Los Angeles, thence by Fort Yuma, California, and Tucson, Arizona, to Franklin, Texas (present El Paso). From Franklin it ran nearly due east until it reached the area surrounding Horsehead Crossing, at which point it mostly ran northeast until it exited Texas at the Oklahoma border. The route was changed slightly from time to time, the most important change being made late in 1858, when, in order to secure a better water supply, the stages between Franklin and the Pecos followed the El Paso-San Antonio road to Camp Stockton (now Fort Stockton) and thence to the Horsehead Crossing. The mails went through almost without exception in the twenty-five days allowed. The postage rate of ten cents per half ounce resulted in receipts in 1860 of $119,766.77. Early in 1859 Sherman was made a distribution point, through which Texas settlements were given postal service. In addition to mail and express the Concord coaches had room for five or six passengers, and at times more were crowded in. The fare averaged $200 one-way. Passengers, with firearms ready to meet attacks by Indians, generally endured the ordeal of the trip without rest; for if a traveler laid over, he forfeited his seat, and he might be marooned for a month before he could secure another. Stage service on the southern route was terminated in March 1861, when an agreement was made to modify the contract and move the route northward out of Texas.
OnSaturday, May 5th, we participated in a presentation by the CanaryIslands Descendants Association at the Grand Opening of the San Pedro CreekPark, which was a San Antonio Triecentennical Parnter Event. We served as Color Guard and played five tunes prior to the presentationthat honored the twelve families from the Canary Islands that formed the firstcivil government in San Antonio in 1731. Wethank the Canary Islands Descendants Association for inviting us to thiswonderful event.
Secondly, although not a part of the documentary, I have sent a written proposal to Texas A & M at San Antonio that in consideration for me donating my entire book collection and my research notes, file cabinets, officer furniture and equipment; and for arranging the donation of similar items to the university by others, that
Gary Foreman, CEO of Native Sun Productions is meeting in San Antonio Thursday with Jack Cowan and Ed Butler. There are many questions that need to be processed, including but not limited to: 1. Need for a written agreement at this time to establish ownership of copyrights; when and where the documentary trailer will be shown. Such agreement should acknowledge the possibility of a feature length movie being made from this documentary, so who participates and in what way and compensation should be addressed. 2. Budget for the Trailer
Former Edgewood High School students who were involved in the 1968 walkouts stand in front of what is now Edgewood Academy. They were marking the 40th anniversary of the 1968 student walkouts at Edgewood, Lanier, Kennedy and other San Antonio schools. The walkouts were triggered by inequities in funding and facilities. Photo: HELEN L. MONTOYA /EXPRESS-NEWS FILE PHOTO / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWSPhoto: HELEN L. MONTOYA /EXPRESS-NEWS FILE PHOTO
Edgewood High School students who were involved in the 1968 walkouts stand in front of what is now Edgewood Academy. They were marking the 40th anniversary of the 1968 student walkouts at Edgewood, Lanier, Kennedy and other San Antonio schools. The walkouts were triggered by inequities in funding and facilities.
Since the year 2000, Yepes has collaborated with Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino on numerous movie production projects including Once Upon a Time in Mexico 2003; the double feature Grind House 2007; Machete 2010; and the new 2014 Robert Rodriguez/Frank Miller movie, Sin City 2 "A Dame to Kill For". Hollywood actors Salma Hayek, Johnny Depp, Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, Eva Longoria, Carla Gugino, Marley Shelton, Patricia Arquette, Jessica Alba, Lady GaGa, Rose McGowen, Mickey Rourke, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Rosario Dawson, Bruce Willis, and Jamie Chung have modeled for several Yepes paintings.
The paper was first founded and published on September 16, 1926 by Ignacio E. Lozano, Sr.. He emigrated from Mexico to San Antonio, Texas, in 1908, where Lozano first founded a Spanish-language daily newspaper known as La Prensa in 1913.
Upcoming screenings include: San Francisco LaborFest on July 13, 2018 San Antonio 300 Hidden Histories at Urban 15 Labor Day Screening. Live stream discussion on Monday, September 3rd and Screening Friday, September 7th. For more information, visit the Facebook page.
Granaderos y Damas de Galvez San Antonio Chapter served as the Honor Guard for King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain while they visited San Antonio. The Granaderos y Damas de Galvez San Antonio Chapter performed for the Royal Couple as they arrived at the courthouse and served as the Royal Honor Guard with soldiers, fifers, drummers, flags, a 1700s Franciscan friar and a General Galvez portrayer.
The Granaderos y Damas de Galvez San Antonio Chapter performed for the Royal Couple as they arrived at the courthouse and served as the Royal Honor Guard with soldiers, fifers, drummers, flags, a 1700s Franciscan friar and a General Galvez portrayer. Later, the Granaderos y Damas de Galvez had the honor of meeting and shaking hands with the King and Queen at a private reception. Photos and videos may be seen on the group's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/granaderosdegalvez.
Yeeply innova proporcionando todas las últimas tecnologías que aportan mejoras a los sistemas de gestión, los sistemas de planificación y los procesos industriales, haciendo que las empresas sean más eficaces, eficientes y competitivas. Y esto somos capaces de hacerlo de forma muy eficiente aplicando tendencias y transformaciones de unos sectores a otros, con el valor que esto aporta a las empresas.
Ten year anniversary of John O. Leal's death . . died August 10th, 2004 Bexar County, Texas Archivist Editor: I met John in the early 1980s attending a Texas State Hispanic Conference in San Antonio. John took me through the archives and then walked me out to the front courthouse steps. We stood there and he pointed out the houses where my families lived in the 1700s. I am a descendent of the Canary Islanders, recognized as the civilian founders of San Antonio, arriving in San Antonio in 1731. John and I share an ancestor in Juan Leal Goraz, the first mayor of San Antonio.
It started after he returned in 1973 from Los Angeles, where he was workingas a machinist for an airline company. Moving to San Antonio, he got a job ascurator at the Spanish Governor's Palace and began digging into the San FernandoCathedral records.
Beginning with his ancestors who were founders of San Antonio in 1731, Lealhas traced and translated documents that fill 30 volumes of books in the CentralLibrary. Other stacks of boxes with Leal's work are waiting to be bound.
A local TV news broadcast has posted its video report of our 4th of Julyceremony to its website.It may be viewed by going to www.foxsanantonio.com then clicking on the News tabnear the top of the page, then scrolling down to Street's Corner and clicking onthe photo to play the video broadcast. Photos will be posted to our Facebook page later today.Joe Perez firstname.lastname@example.org
After Wilcox died in 1959, his family donated the archives to St. Mary's University in San Antonio, but later demanded that the university compensate them for the archives. In 1971 the state obtained a temporary restraining order to prohibit either the Wilcox family or St. Mary's University from selling or otherwise disposing of the collection. At the same time the state also petitioned for custody of the archives on the grounds that as the successor to the Mexican government the state of Texas had a legal right to all official papers held by the Spanish and Mexican governments of Laredo. In 1979, a court ruling held that St. Mary's had lawfully acquired the Laredo Archives and further decreed that all parties must abide by the terms of the 1972 settlement.
Shortly after his death, a slew of nephews and nieces came from all over the world trying to get a piece of his wealth. Unfortunately, the archival collection, which was housed in one of the bedrooms that Don Escobar had converted into an office, was closed to me because they were tied up in litigation. My only plea to Pablo Escobar, the eldest nephew and the executor of the estate, was to keep the valuable documents intact and not to divide them as they were planning to do. Needless to say, I was very disillusioned because all I needed to finish my Master's degree was the thesis and I was determined to write something and not just take the easy way out and take six graduate hours and be through. Miss Perry consoled me and with her encouraging and kind words eased my frustration by recommending that I not give up, and instead to look into the life of Father Tranchese and do justice to this great humanitarian who labored in San Antonio's West Side. Some twenty years later, I found out that the extensive Don Eleuterio Escobar Collection was finally donated to the Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas at Austin. 59ce067264