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The Bareño Family of the Californias

Californian Literature

“All families form a cluster of memories, stories, and events that are shared and passed from one generation to the next. They constitute a family’s collective memory.” Our curiosity about the origin and the stories of those who settled the Californias has revealed a panoramic view of this region’s past. The relationship between history and
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Modesto C. Rolland Developper of Modern Mexico

Californian Literature

Review: This book presents the biography of an illustrious Sudcalifornian, an engineer, builder, teacher, thinker, idealist, inventor and communicator who collaborated in various projects, not only in this state but in all of Mexico. Don Modesto was a pioneer of reinforced concrete and participated in magnificent buildings such as the Bullring of Mexico City. His
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Brief History of the mining towns of Baja California Sur

Californian Literature

The authors, Gilberto Piñeda Bañuelos, Alejandro Telechea Cienfuegos, Luis Larreta Mendía, Homero Avilés, Marisol Ochoa García, Julia Félix Cervantes, Bianca Gpe. Rodríguez Quiñones and Laura Silva Castañón, are members of the History Graduate Network of the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur and the State Superior Normal School. As usually happened in this country, the
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