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Nuestra Historia

A History of Latinos in Western Massachusetts

Presented by The Republican
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In Western Massachusetts, Latinos have been a part of the community for more than 60 years bringing with them a different language, customs and traditions.

The latest book of The Republican Heritage Series features everything from Mexican restaurants in Springfield to Dominican and Puerto Rican School Committee members in Holyoke. Don't miss an opportunity to read one of the only books featuring the history of Latinos in Western Massachusetts.

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11 x 8.5 (in.)

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    Elizabeth Arroyo, center, shown here at her family's home in the Liberty Heights section of Springfield, has fond memories of raising son Melvin Arroyo and daughter Maria Luisa Arroyo in Springfield's North End.

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    The New England Orchestra plays during the Puerto Rico Festival, July 18, 1982.

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    Artist Raymon Escribanoin in his kitchen with one of the wall murals.

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    Hector Brambila, owner of Fontera Grill Fresh Mex Restaurant with two menu items, World's Best Tacos, left, and Camarones 1800 reposado, right.

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    The students from Brightwood School, one of the three taking part in the quincentennial celebration of Puerto Rico warm up before going on stage, Nov. 18, 1993.