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The baby boy with a Jibarito hat, and holding the bandera high. My son will look like this.

Mariana Bracetti (1825–1903) was a patriot and leader of the Puerto Rico independence movement in the 1860s. She is attributed with having knitted the flag that was intended to be used as the national emblem of Puerto Rico in its attempt to overthrow the Spanish government on the island, and to establish the island as a sovereign republic. The attempted overthrow was the Grito de Lares, and Bracetti's creation became known as "The Flag of Lares."

Mariana Bracetti was a patriot and leader of the Puerto Rico…

Little Boricuas

Little Boricuas

Puerto Rico Flag Billiards Cloth

Puerto Rico Flag Billiards Cloth

Puerto Rico Flag Billiards Cloth If I ever get a pool table, expect it to look like this!

Street in San Juan, Puerto Rico by Jack Delano captures a vibrant island in a time of transition, with American influence (via Coca Cola sign) weighing in...

Street in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Coca Cola Signs Streets Puerto Rico Reprint Of Old Photo Here is a neat collectible from San Juan, Puerto Rico in the featuring a street lined with Coca Cola signs. This is an excell

Cayey

It is said that Cayey derives its name from the Taino Indian word for a place of waters.

In 1950, after over fifty years of military occupation and colonial rule, the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico staged an unsuccessful armed insurrection against the United States. Violence swept throu

The Deep Secret, of the Puerto Rican Day Parade. "War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s Colony"

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