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Barranquitas, P. R.

Barranquitas, P. R.

Vista desde El Cortijo Bqtas, P.R

Vista desde El Cortijo Bqtas, P.R

Barranquittas,P..R.

Barranquittas,P..R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

Bqtas, P. R.

GUAYAMA - Iglesia Metodista, Guayama, P. R. - Real Photo Post Card unsed c. 1910-1920's My grandmothers church since the beginning of time.

GUAYAMA - Iglesia Metodista, Guayama, P. - Real Photo Post Card unsed c. My grandmothers church since the beginning of time.

Air travel becomes a huge source of migration in the late 1950s up until now. Many refer to Puerto Rico as the “commuter nation,” or "guagua aérea (airbus)" between the island and the mainland, as many migrants move back to their homeland (Rodriguez-Vecchini, 1994). This reinforces the idea that they have a strengthened identity in their Puerto Rican culture, along with the fact that they do not refer to themselves as "Mexican-Americans" or "Cuban-Americans," etc. do.

Terminals and ramp, Luis Munoz Marin International Airport de Isla Verde, San Juan, 1964

Barranquitas,P. R.

Barranquitas,P. R.

Barranquitas, P.R.

Barranquitas, P.R.