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Manuel de Ynchausti, the Philippine-born Basque patriot we need to know

Manuel Ynchausti with Lehendakari Agirre at Mr. Ynchausti’s home in White Plains, New York, November 1942. Photo: Ynchausti Foundation Archives.
Jean-Claude Larronde studied at the Instituto of Political Studies and the School of Law in Bordeaux.  In 1972, the defended his doctoral thesis on...

Amaia Gabantxo. Video-Poems by Basque Poets Translated into English (5, 6,...

#BasqueVideoPoems tercera entrega. Amaia Gabantxo
With this third entry in this series, we bring you the videos that complete the artistic project Amaia Gabantxo has been bringing us, titled...

Guides to Discover the History of the Basque Sheepherders Out West

Basque sheepherder camped on the range. Dangberg Ranch, Douglas County, Nevada. Photo by Arthur Rothstein. 1940
The Moab, Utah Canyon Country Zephyr is published in one of those places we're dying to visit because of the important Basque presence there,...

A Key Piece of Basque History in the US has Closed:...

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(PHOTO: From left: Ignacio Maisterrena, Alfred Saldubehere and Pierre Arrayet — regulars at Noriega’s — speak and joke in their native Basque language in this undated file photo. “You don’t see family-style too much anymore,” Saldubehere, who came to the U.S. from France in 1958, said that day. “It feels like home)
Quite saddening news: the Noriega Hotel Restaurant in Bakersfield, California has closed its doors for the last time, after over 120 years.  This is yet...

Amaia Gabantxo. Video-poems by Basque poets translated into English (3 &...

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Amaia Gabantxo #BasqueVideoPoems (3y4)
A few days ago, we were commenting how Amaia Gabantxo has dived into a new and very interesting artistic project to pass the lockdown: turning...

Amaia Gabantxo. Video-poems by Basque poets translated into English #BasqueVideoPoems

Amaia Gabantxo #BasqueVideoPoems
Amaia Gabantxo has become a regular visitor to the blog.  We've had the pleasure of speaking about her both for her work teaching Basque...

Jaialdi 2020 is going to become Jaialdi 2021

Jaialdi 2020 se convierte en Jaialdi 2021
The team in charge of organizing the 2020 Jaialdi has just announced they're postponing it until 2021.  It is now to be held from July...

The Basque Lands of Mexico and the US, and Arizona’s Basque...

Tumaca, Arizona, parte del Sendero Histórico Anza
This isn't the first time we've brought up the very well founded theory that the name of the 48th US state, Arizona, comes from the...

The Persistence of the Basque Community Spirit in the US

ama de Vince J. Juaristi
Vince J. Juaristi is an old friend to the blog and our regular readers.  Thanks to him, we have two of the articles we most...

The Historical Society of San Juan Capistrano is studying the local...

La ovejas fueron, también en  San Juan Capistrano (California) una importante actividad de los vascos
San Juan Capistrano was founded as one of the missions dotting the California coastline up to San Francisco back in the 17th century, when...

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