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Basque sheepherders’ arborglyphs in the Far West are a heritage that...
The National Archives is supporting three universities to collect and preserve the tree engravings of Basque sheepherders in the Far West
March 31—Commemoration of the bombing of Durango: truth, justice, and reparations...
Commemoration of the anniversary of the bombing of Durango: yet another massacre carried out by Franco's rebels and allies in the Basque Country
Basque whalers in Iceland on the website of the US Library...
The blog of the Library of Congress has dedicated an entry to the 32 Basque whalers who were killed in Iceland in 1615
March 7, 1875, birth of Maurice Ravel, a Basque hidden from...
March 7, 1875, birth of Maurice Ravel, a Basque hidden from the view of all…even the Basques themselves. We want everyone to remember him
Lest We Forget: March 5, 1937, the Battle of Cape Matxitxako
On March 5, 1937, a handful of Basque sailors wrote a glorious page in the history of our nation just off Cape Matxitxako
When First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt met her adopted Basque son
In November 1942, the First Lady of the United States traveled to Great Britain, in part to meet the children she had "adopted"
National Geographic takes us whaling with the 16th-century Basque whalers
An interactive article about Basque whalers and the ship 'San Juan' brings us closer to the epic journeys taken by Basque whalers in the 16th century
So why are there so many Basque restaurants in the American...
Tasting Table has published an interesting article covering the reasons which explain the important presence of Basque cuisine in the US
A 15th-century Basque ship found in Newport: the largest 3D puzzle...
A 15th-century Basque shipwreck found in Newport is now under reconstruction: the largest 3D puzzle in the world!
The Hand of Irulegi is being covered by US public radio
Reports on the discovery of the Hand of Irulegi are being covered by US public radio stations in areas with a Basque presence