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Puerto Rico...Caminos de tosca y piedras; caballos y yuntas de bueyes, eran medios de transportacion que solamente el que tenia terreno y un dinerito de mas podia obtener...que recuerdos!

Puerto Rico...Caminos de tosca y piedras; caballos y yuntas de bueyes, eran medios de transportacion que solamente el que tenia terreno y un dinerito de mas podia obtener...que recuerdos!

Marquita Rivera (May 18, 1922 – October 21, 2002 a.k.a. "Queen of Latin Rhythm", was a Puerto Rican actress, singer and dancer.  Dubbed the "Queen of La Conga", "Queen of Latin Rhythm" and "Latin Hurricane" during various stages of her career, Rivera, went on to enjoy a strong musical career both in the United States and in her native Puerto Rico.

Marquita Rivera (May 18, 1922 – October 21, 2002 a.k.a. "Queen of Latin Rhythm", was a Puerto Rican actress, singer and dancer. Dubbed the "Queen of La Conga", "Queen of Latin Rhythm" and "Latin Hurricane" during various stages of her career, Rivera, went on to enjoy a strong musical career both in the United States and in her native Puerto Rico.

Aída Álvarez - the first Hispanic woman and Puerto Rican to hold a United States Cabinet-level position.

Aída Álvarez - the first Hispanic woman and Puerto Rican to hold a United States Cabinet-level position.

Sylvia del Villard (February 28, 1928-February 28, 1990), was an actress, dancer, choreographer and  Afro-Puerto Rican activist. Del Villard was born in Santurce, a section of San Juan, Puerto Rico.In 1968, she founded the Afro-Boricua El Coqui Theater, which was recognized by the Panamerican Association of the New World Festival as the most important authority of Black Puerto Rican culture.

Sylvia del Villard (February 28, 1928-February 28, 1990), was an actress, dancer, choreographer and Afro-Puerto Rican activist. Del Villard was born in Santurce, a section of San Juan, Puerto Rico.In 1968, she founded the Afro-Boricua El Coqui Theater, which was recognized by the Panamerican Association of the New World Festival as the most important authority of Black Puerto Rican culture.

María de las Mercedes Barbudo y Coronado (1773–1849) was a political activist who was the first Puerto Rican female "Independentista", meaning that she was the first Puerto Rican woman to become an avid advocate of Puerto Rican Independence or "Freedom Fighter". She was involved with the Puerto Rican Independence Movement which had ties with the Venezuelan rebels led by Simón Bolívar and who were against Spanish colonial rule in Puerto Rico.

María de las Mercedes Barbudo y Coronado (1773–1849) was a political activist who was the first Puerto Rican female "Independentista", meaning that she was the first Puerto Rican woman to become an avid advocate of Puerto Rican Independence or "Freedom Fighter". She was involved with the Puerto Rican Independence Movement which had ties with the Venezuelan rebels led by Simón Bolívar and who were against Spanish colonial rule in Puerto Rico.

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