Cabo Rojo: notas para su historia

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Comité Historia de los Pueblos, 1985 - 143 pages
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This book is one of the best summaries of the historical trajectory of the town of Cabo Rojo founded in the later half of the 18th century.
It provides extracts and summaries of documents garnered
from extensive research in the historical depositories of the General Archives of Puerto Rico. These documents, today in advances stages of deterioration were examined by both authors and listed chronologically in the work.
Rare to find, if non existent in bookstores, it is a must for historians and the general public who wish to know of the western coastline of Puerto Rico and principally, of the town of Cabo Rojo, blessed by beautiful beaches and resorts which attracts most of the tourist of the island and abroad.
 

Contents

Dedicatorias
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La población de Cabo Rojo
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Como se formó Cabo Rojo?
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Copyright

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