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July 25: a day with many meanings
During the Spanish-American War, U.S. armed forces under the command of General Nelson A. Miles invaded Puerto Rico on July 25, 1898, and took possession of the Island.
José De Diego Martínez
José de Diego was born in Aguadilla on April 16, 1866. His parents were Felipe de Diego and Elisa Martínez.
Julia De Burgos
The contradictions and complexity of the human being, in constant social interaction, dynamic and conflicting, are some of the themes present in this writer’s poetry.
Judith Ortiz Cofer was one of the leading women writers of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States.
José Campeche y Jordán
José Campeche y Jordán was the first Puerto Rican painter recognized internationally.
He has been called the “absolute genius of the XIX century music” and the “most prolific composer of danzas”.
HumanitiesPR: Recent Projects
Objetos con historia: la Colección Teodoro Vidal Santoni