This writing is a continuation of my previous blog post entitled: Chapter 10 | Summary to extend my thoughts and the wonderful and precious discovery of early writers and publishers who sought to preserve a past associated with the Spanish Missions.
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WORLD REFUGEE DAY!
Within this writing I reflect upon World Refugee Day 2021.
The early expeditions that also involved the struggles between the French and the English were eventually resolved. The Spanish were able to maintain their foot-hold upon the Spanish settlements and forts. ST. Augustine because the main settlement in Florida, USA. Other names of forts include: San Felipe and Santa Elena. I took the time toContinue reading “ST. AUGUSTINE.”
Sugar Skulls are utilized often for the purposes of celebration and commemoration during the Day of the Dead / Dia De Los Muertos. They were also symbolic of traditions and customs during the pre-Columbian era as a representation of re-birth, as well as for the Roman Catholic faith of All Souls Day. These images areContinue reading “SUGAR SKULL!”
REFLECTION | A JOURNEY WITH TIME!
This writing is a reflection of the current collection of thoughts that are related to the American history associated with the Spanish Expeditions. I take a moment to come back to the present moment to reveal the significance of history and the significance of history upon present day impacts.