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An unexpected surprise was musician, pianist, teacher, Frances Rios, who set the mood and delighted attendees as she played Early California and traditional Mexican songs and music.
Frances is both a native Juaneo and a descendant of many of the earliest colonizing Spanish families. Twenty years ago as part of a Kinder Caminata event, Frances assisted me in presenting a puppet show at Golden West College It was then that I became aware of her special gift.
The Table of Contents of EPIC below: PART ONE PRECONTACT Chapter 1: PRE-COLUMBIAN CIVILIZATIONS PART TWO: SPANISH PERIOD Chapter 2: FIRST EUROPEANS IN THE SOUTHWEST Chapter 3: FIRST EUROPEAN COLONY and SETTLEMENTS COLONY: New Mexico, 1598 SETTLEMENTS: San Antonio, Texas, 1718 San Diego, California, 1769 Tucson, Arizona, 1776 Chapter 4: SPANISH INSTITUTIONS Missions KINO MARGIL Presidio ANZA Ranching New Mexico Texas California Arizona Chapter 5: SOCIETY in the HISPANIC SOUTHWEST New Mexico Texas California Arizona Chapter 6: INDIAN AFFAIRS in the HISPANIC SOUTHWEST New Mexico Acoma War Jumano War St.
Lawrence Day Massacre Reconquest of New Mexico Chapter 6 continued Notes Comanche War and Peace Cebolleta and the Navajo Frontier Texas California Arizona PART THREE: AMERICAN PERIOD Chapter 7: THE MEXICAN WAR Synopsis Chapter 8: The Mexican War in Texas New Mexico Arizona California.
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