Honey without Bees

Apr 1, 2020 by Rosarie Salerno

Sugar comes from a perennial grass that produces multiple stems; each stem grows into sugarcane; sucrose accumulates in the stalk....

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Vasco De Quiroga

Feb 28, 2020 by Rosarie Salerno

Advocate of The Amerindians of New Spain Vasco de Quiroga was born to a noble family in Castile, Spain, between 1470 and 1478. The...

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Mexico’s National Flag

Jan 30, 2020 by Rosarie Salerno

By Rosarie Salerno There is a long history associated with the flags of Mexico. Starting with Columbus and after him the...

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Cristeros

Nov 1, 2019 by Rosarie Salerno

(Soldiers Of Christ) At the end of Mexican Revolution (1910-1917) the new Constitution of Mexico was drafted and approved in February...

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The Olmec Culture of Mexico

Jun 29, 2017 by Rosarie Salerno

The Mayan civilization was considered to be the parent culture from which all other Mesoamerica societies evolved. But, the Olmec...

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Statutory Holidays in Mexico

Apr 10, 2017 by Rosarie Salerno

Mexico has three classifications of holidays: statutory, civic and festivities. This article will review statutory holidays known as...

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