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"American Medical Directory." Ninth Edition. American Medical Association 1925. A register of legally qualified physicians of the United States, Alaska, Canal Zone, Hawaii, Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, Canada and Newfoundland. JM14

"ARCHIVO DEL REGISTRO PRINCIPAL DE MARACAIBO." Agustin Milares Carlo, Centro Historico de Zulia, 1964. Protocoles de los Antiguos Escribanos. Mini biographies of Legal documents (extracts) regarding sales of properties, slaves and much more beginning 1790-1836 in Maracaibo, Venezuela. Over 3000 names from 10 countries. M22

"CATALAGO DE EXTRANJEROS RESIDENTES EN PUERTO RICO EN EL SIGLO XIX." By Estela Cifre de Loubriel. Universidad de Puerto Rico 1962. Mini biographies of documented Immigrants from 68 countries emigrating to Puerto Rico from abt 1800-1900. Mini Biographies may include Military, Death, Marriage and other details along with the cited source in Spanish. Extensive list of names. EAZ, M22

"La emigracion alavesa a America en el siglo XIX." Angel Mari Arrieta. List of 19th-century Basque emigrants to Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Chile, Guatemala, Peru and Paraguay; and list of deceased. 515 pages. RC8

"LOS EMIGRANTES LLEGADOS A PUERTO RICO PROCEDENTES DE VENEZUELA ENTRE 1810-1848." By Raquel Rivera Rosario ESMACO 1992. Immigrants from Venezuela to Puerto Rico from 1810-1848. Information may include the birthplace (not necessarily Venezuela) and residing town in Puerto Rico; in some cases the names of other family members. M22

"La formacion del pueblo puertorriqueño: la contribucion de los Catalanes, Balearicos y Valencianos." Estela Cifre de Loubriel, c 1975. OP. In Spanish. Analyzes the contribution of the Catalans, Valencians, and Balearic Islanders. Alpha listing of people. EAZ

"La formacion del pueblo puertorriqueño: la contribucion de los IsleƱo-Canarios. Estela Cifre de Loubriel, c 1995. OP? In Spanish. Analyzes the population of Canary Islanders in Puerto Rico and their contribution to the island's economic and cultural growth. Alpha listing of people. EAZ

"LA FORMACION DEL PUEBLO PUERTORRIQUEÑO: LA CONTRIBUCION DE LOS GALLEGOS, ASTURIANOS Y SANTANDERINOS." By Estela Cifre de Loubriel , Editorial de la universidad de Puerto Rico 1989. Mini biographies of documented (Spanish Immigrants) Gallegos, Asturianos and Santanderinos in Puerto Rico from abt 1780-1900. Mini Biographies may include Military, Death, Marriage and other details along with the cited source in Spanish. Extensive list of names. EAZ, M22

"LA FORMACION DEL PUEBLO PUERTORRIQUEÑO: LA CONTRIBUCION DE LOS VASCONGADOS, NAVARROS Y ARAGONESES." By Estela Cifre de Loubriel , Instituto De Cultura Puertorriquena 1986. Mini biographies of documented (Spanish Immigrants) Vascongados, Navarros and Aragoneses in Puerto Rico from abt 1780-1900. Mini Biographies may include Military, Death, Marriage and other details along with the cited source in Spanish. EAZ, M22

"LA INMIGRACION A PUERTO RICO DURANTE EL SIGLO XIX." By Estela Cifre de Loubriel, Instituto De Cultura Puertorriquena 1964 Mini biographies of documented Immigrants to Puerto Rico from the abt 1800- 1900. Mini Biographies may include Military, Death, Marriage and other details along with the cited source in Spanish. Over 13,000 names included. M22

"Lexicon Histórico Documental de Puerto Rico 1812-1899." Luis de la Rosa Martinez, c 1986. In Spanish. 130 pages of terms and abbreviations found in documents of the period. EAZ

"LOS PRIMEROS VECINOS DE CARACAS." Manuel C. Pinto, Ediciones del Cuatricentenario de Caracas, 1965. Recopilacion Documental. Mini biographies of Legal documents (extracts) regarding sales of properties, slaves and much more beginning 1595-1599 in Caracas, Venezuela. Over 3000 names from 10 countries. M22