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How to search for ancestors in El Salvador's Diario Oficial newspaper using Google Search and Cached pages.
In the late 19th century, the city of Jutiapa—Náhuatl for river of flowers—in Guatemala became the birthplace of a spiritual healer, Francisco José García. Like the Mayan ah-men, Mr. García helped his community overcome illnesses.
Born in La Ceiba, Honduras, Dewey McLaughlin, a hotel porter living in Miami Beach, Florida, bravely contested his arrest in 1962.
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Luis is a member of the NASA team at Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Laboratory that made history in 2020 with the launch of the Perseverance rover to Mars.
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This is Tía Amalia, a Salvadoran-born WWII nurse who lived and worked in San Francisco in the 1940s caring for soldiers returning home from the war. She was part of a group of minority nurses allowed to join the U.S. labor force to alleviate the nurse shortage during WWII.