Salvadoran Roots by Jaime Cader

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"This book has information on one of the best, if not the best president that El Salvador had. Here you will find documents, letters, photographs, poetry, etc. concerning his family (genealogy), his accomplishments, and the circumstances during the time period in which he lived. This book has some new material not previously published. There is also similar data in this text on the Gallardo family.

This publication has sections in Spanish, English, and French, with little translation from one language to the other. All of this will be of interest to those that want to learn more about Salvadoran and Central American history, and to those appreciative of art (as can be seen in the poetry, and the architecture of buildings and church art as shown in the photographs). The author is the host of the award-winning documentary “Weaving with Spanish Threads” by Palomino Productions."

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Published September 15, 2011 by iUniverse. 250 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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