Citations with the tag: GALVEZ, Bernardo de, 1746-1786
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- The 4th of July and why we should celebrate.
Arellano, Dan // La Prensa San Diego; 7/1/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 26, p6
The article highlights the significance of celebrating the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 2011 in the U.S. to commemorate the contribution of the Spaniards on the independence of the country, particularly Don Bernardo de Galvez.
- OUACHITA RIVERFRONTS.
Stahls Jr., Paul F. // Louisiana Life; Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p36
The article describes the Ouachita Riverfronts, starting in Monroe, Louisiana. Don Juan Filhiol, who had fought under Louisiana's Spanish governor, Bernardo deGalvez, was dispatched by Galvez to establish a post on the Ouachita. He went to Bayou DeSiard, a place called Prairie des Canots, and...
- Lively attends Galveston plaque rededication.
Stahls Jr., Paul F. // Lakelander (Whitney, TX); 7/13/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 28, p4
The article focuses on the ceremony to rededicate the Bernardo GÃ¡lvez Plaque, which was hosted by the Texas Society Daughters of the American Revolution in front of Galveston's Hotel Galvez, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary.
- Pensacola Sister Cities-Galvez Expedition to Spain: Forming Friendships For The Future.
Harper, Nan // Pensacola Magazine; Aug/Sep2012, p28
The article offers information on the expedition of a group of Pensacolians from Florida to Macharaviaya, Spain with an aim of building connection between the two cities. It notes that the said expedition intends to celebrate Macharaviaya as Pensacola's newest sister city as it is the birthplace...
- Unsung Hero of the American Revolution.
Diaz, Hector L. // Cobblestone; Nov2000, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p17
Provides information on the role played by Spanish general and Louisiana governor Bernardo Vicente Apolinar de Galvez in the American Revolution in 1775.
- On the Web.
Diaz, Hector L. // Cobblestone; Nov2000, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p47
Provides information on several Web sites dedicated to Spanish general and Louisiana governor Bernardo de Galvez and the participation of Spain in the American Revolution.
- SALUTING our TROOPS.
Landrieu, Mitch // Louisiana Life; Autumn2004, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p88
The article reports on the heroes who sacrificed their life in the American revolution. During the American revolution, Spanish general Bernardo de Galvez and his soldiers sailed into the Gulf of Mexico and fought the British, eradicating their stronghold in Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola,...
- Bernardo de GÃ¡lvez.
Fleming, Thomas // American Heritage; Apr/May1982, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p30
Focuses on the significant contribution of Don Bernardo de GÃ¡lvez, governor of the province of Louisiana, to the U.S. Revolution. Decision of GÃ¡lvez to open the port of New Orleans to U.S. privateers and their captures as well as to U.S. trading vessels; Efforts of GÃ¡lvez to lead the...
- AROUND LOUISIANA: Cajun Country.
Frois, Jeanne // Louisiana Life; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p96
The article offers information on the move of the French government at the end of a war in 1763 to surrender La Louisiane to Spain. The moving out of Acadians from Nova Scotia which gives passage to New Orleans on a fleet of Spanish ships granted by King Charles III of Spain is mentioned. The...
- The Spanish hero who made a lasting impression.
Haile, Bartee // Free Press (Buda, TX); 5/23/2013, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p5C
The article features Bernardo de Galvez, a Spanish hero who take part in the American Revolution and impart a lasting impression to Mexico, Louisiana, and Texas.
- AROUND LOUISIANA: Baton Rouge.
Frois, Jeanne // Louisiana Life; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p97
The article offers information on the history of the Pentagon Barracks in East Baton Rouge Parish in Louisiana which was surrendered to Great Britain in 1779. It mentions that former Spanish Governor Bernardo de Galvez named the site Fort Richmond after a victorious battle of the American...
- Wealth of a Nation.
Small, Lawrence M. // Smithsonian; Oct2005, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p14
Presents a letter from the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Lawrence M. Small. Details of the exhibit "Retratos: 2,000 Years of Latin American Portraits," which is on display in Smithsonian's International Gallery from Oct. 21, 2005, to Jan. 8, 2006; Consideration of Bernardo de...