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The Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Borikén

The Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Borikén

Taínos BBC Spirits of the Jaguar 3of4 Hunters of the Caribbean Sea - YouTube

Taínos BBC Spirits of the Jaguar 3of4 Hunters of the Caribbean Sea - YouTube

Emilio Navarro, better known as "Millito Navarro", was the first Puerto Rican to play baseball in the American Negro Leagues. Born: September 26, 1905, Patillas, Puerto Rico Died: April 30, 2011, Ponce, Puerto Rico. At the time of his death, at age 105, Navarro was also the oldest and last surviving living professional baseball player to have played in the Negro Leagues.

Emilio Navarro, better known as "Millito Navarro", was the first Puerto Rican to play baseball in the American Negro Leagues. Born: September 26, 1905, Patillas, Puerto Rico Died: April 30, 2011, Ponce, Puerto Rico. At the time of his death, at age 105, Navarro was also the oldest and last surviving living professional baseball player to have played in the Negro Leagues.

Hiram Bithorn (3/18/1916 – 12/29/1951) was a Puerto Rican right-handed pitcher who became the first baseball player from Puerto Rico to play Major Leagues. On September 30, 1941, Bithorn was drafted by the Chicago Cubs and debuted in the Major Leagues on April 15, 1942, making history as the first Puerto Rican to play in the Major Leagues.

Hiram Bithorn (3/18/1916 – 12/29/1951) was a Puerto Rican right-handed pitcher who became the first baseball player from Puerto Rico to play Major Leagues. On September 30, 1941, Bithorn was drafted by the Chicago Cubs and debuted in the Major Leagues on April 15, 1942, making history as the first Puerto Rican to play in the Major Leagues.

One of my heros....the man that brought Salsa music to the streets of NYC ...Hector "El Cantante" Levoe!

One of my heros....the man that brought Salsa music to the streets of NYC ...Hector "El Cantante" Levoe!

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