Puerto Rico An Oral History 1898-2008

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Interviews of more than 50 people conducted over a 25-year span tell you what it was like to live in Puerto Rico when the American and Spanish cultures first began to merge; and then how the present came to be - as told by the individuals who were part of the change-making process.

English, hard cover, 450 pages, 150 photos. 2010

Interviews with Luis Medina, Gen. Nelso A Miles, Secundina Negrón, Felisa Rincón de Gautier, Arthur C. Hansard, Nora Hansard Brown, Horacío Subirá, Blanca Barrera de Tirado, María González Torres, Pastora Carrasquillo Ortiz vda de Ayala, Hermengildo Bernier, Gloria Cadilla de Vélez, Ivan Vega Brau, Felicita Hernández, Carmen García de Tostesón, Jofre Vivoni, Ruth Maldonado de Quiñones, Rosa Mercedes Quintero, Mildred Grub vda de Acosta, Carlos F. Figueroa Arroya, Bill Topp, Hamílcar Rodríguez Quilichini, Manuel Vázquez, Carmen Rey de Garriga, Frank Besosa, J. Adalberto Roig Jr., Daniel A Cabán Castro, Karen Garnik, Thomas Marvel, Arnold Benus, Hugh Andrews, Dr. Máximo Cerame-Vivas, Milton Toppel, Rafael Torrens Jr., Charlie Darminian, Manuel Casiano, Augie Cavallaro, Sherman Wildman, Ruth Fernández, Jacobo Morales, Alberto Carrión, Carli Muñoz, Orlando Cepeda, Juge Raymond Acosta, Benny Ayala, Governors Luis A Ferré, Carlos Romero Barceló and Rafael Hernández Colón, Sen. Rubén Berrios Martínez, Harry Anduze, Alfredo Ayala, Wilo Benet, Emilio Figueroa, Dra. Lourdes I Ramos.

Includes 9 appendices of important supporting information and data.

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