Home Tags Basques in the Americas
Tag: Basques in the Americas
The National Archives is supporting three universities to collect and preserve the tree engravings of Basque sheepherders in the Far West
September 2023 will mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Basque-American author Robert Laxalt
On the anniversary of the birth of Atahualpa Yupanqui, we update our article from January 2015 about him with an audio recording by Argentine National Radio
Tasting Table has published an interesting article covering the reasons which explain the important presence of Basque cuisine in the US
"CBS Saturday Morning" is an American talk show that's aired since 1997 and has 2 million viewers. And this morning, they showed a marvelous...
A friend sent us this via WhatsApp, and we were simply stunned, especially since it reached us on the 23rd, which was the perfect...
A priest from Mutriku handed the victory against Estudiantes de la Plata in 1971 to Barcelona de Guayaquil
We've always found the presence of brotherhoods and guilds throughout the Americas which had been organized by the Basque community in the 17th and...
An 'aurresku' was performed by three 'dantzaris' from the Euskadiko Lagunak group at the ordination of auxiliar bishop Álvaro Chordi Miranda in Santiago, Chile
We bring you the work of the Historia y Genealogía Hispanoamericana blog, which offers us a wide range of interesting information on Basque surnames