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Discovering the work of Basque settlers: A Basque researcher in the...

Sheep crowd the corral where Basque student Iker Saitua worked during shearing and lambing seasons.
This article was tranlated by Iustrans   It is not the first time we speak of  Iker Saitua, a young Basque historian from Algorta who is...

Zatarain: the Basque who created the “Cajun flavor” company in New...

Popeyes Zatarain's Butterfly Shrimp
We have discussed the very important and rather unknown community of Basques in Louisiana.  The Basque presence there is rather logical, given that Louisiana...

The Shanghai Euskal Etxea honors the “Euzkadi Assistant Marine “

Exhibición en la Euskal Etxea de Shanghai sobre la Marina Auxiliar de Euzkadi
This article was tranlated by Iustrans The City Weekend website of Shanghai reported the exhibition and lunch organized on March 15 by the Shanghai Euskal...

From California: Basque soup (organic)

Sopa vasca (orgánica) desde Calfornia
This article was tranlated by Iustrans The lifestyle blog Burlap And Crystal, written by Julie from California, has since a few days ago collected a...

From Cuba: “I don´t just imagine my Basque land, I feel...

Escudo de la Asociacion Vasco-Navarra de Beneficencia de Cuba
This article was tranlated by Iustrans Throughout the history of our website we have been researching the presence of Basques in Cuba, as well as...

Where to “soak up” the Basque culture in Cordoba (Argentina)

Vascos y argentinos. Argentinos y vascos. Dos patrias para Hombres libres
This article was tranlated by Iustrans The Argentine newspaper La Voz del Interior published a report prepared by Veronica Sudar  (Union of Communities of Immigrants...

Aljazeera: the effort to keep Basque alive among the expats in...

Clases de euskera en USA
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, Esquire magazine published an article about the Basques in the land of their origin, and we loved it. ...

The Basque-speaking “German Catholic from Milwaukee” who promoted Basque culture in...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Next February 26, The Idaho Humanities Council is going to recognize historian Judy Austin for her "lifelong contributions" to Idaho.  Ms....

The Basque Hero for the State of Israel

His name was Esteban Hernandorena Zubiaga; he was born in Muskiz, Biscay in 1905, and died in Haifa, Israel in 1965.  His story is one...

The Havana Wedding of a Friend of Hemingway’s, Officiated by the...

They say an amazing story is just the antechamber to an even more amazing story.  The other day, we posted one of those entries...