Puerto Rican articles on Wikipedia
Puerto Rican
Puerto Rican may refer to: Things relating to Puerto Rico, an archipelago located in the Caribbean Puerto Ricans, people born in Puerto Rico or legal citizens
Sep 13th 2016

Puerto Rico
(food) Puerto Ricans Puerto Rican status referendum, 2012 Puerto Rican status referendum, 2017 Puerto Rican government-debt crisis Puerto Ricans Voting
May 22nd 2017

Puerto Ricans in the United States
A Stateside Puerto Rican, also ambiguously Puerto Rican American (Spanish: puertorriqueno-americano, puertorriqueno-estadounidense) is a seldom used term
May 19th 2017

Puerto Ricans
Puerto Ricans (Spanish: Puertorriquenos; or boricuas) are the inhabitants or citizens of Puerto Rico. It is home to people of many different national
May 9th 2017

Puerto Rican Spanish
Spanish Puerto Rican Spanish (espanol puertorriqueno [espaˈɲol pweɾtoriˈkeɲo]) is the Spanish language as characteristically spoken in Puerto Rico and by millions
Apr 5th 2017

Puerto Rican cuisine
Puerto Rican Cuisine has its root in the cooking traditions and practices of Europe (mostly Spain), Africa and the native Tainos. Starting from the latter
May 20th 2017

Puerto Rican migration to New York City
Puerto Ricans have both immigrated and migrated to New York City. The first group of Puerto Ricans immigrated to New York City in the mid-19th century
Apr 29th 2017

Puerto Rican Day Parade
The Puerto Rican Day Parade (also known as the National Puerto Rican Day Parade) takes place annually in the United States along Fifth Avenue in the Manhattan
May 22nd 2017

Puerto Rican immigration to Hawaii
Puerto Rican immigration to Hawaii began when Puerto Rico's sugar industry was devastated by two hurricanes in 1899. The devastation caused a worldwide
Apr 6th 2017

Puerto Ricans in Chicago
Puerto Ricans in Chicago are people living in Chicago who have ancestral connections to the island of Puerto Rico. They have contributed to the economic
May 18th 2017

List of Puerto Ricans
or partial Puerto Rican background. It should be noted that the Government of Puerto Rico has been issuing "Certificates of Puerto Rican Citizenship"
May 22nd 2017

List of Puerto Rican military personnel
Throughout history Puerto Ricans, including people of Puerto Rican descent, have gained notability as members of the military. They have served and have
May 18th 2017

List of Stateside Puerto Ricans
list of notable Puerto Ricans in the United States, including people born in the US who are of Puerto Rican descent, and Puerto Ricans who live in the
May 19th 2017

Afro-Puerto Ricans
The history of Puerto Ricans of African descent begins with free African men, known as libertos, who accompanied the Spanish Conquistadors in the invasion
Apr 8th 2017

Puerto Rican cuatro
This article is about the Puerto Rican instrument. For other uses, see Cuatro. The Puerto Rican cuatro is the national instrument of Puerto Rico. It belongs
May 7th 2017

Puerto Rican Independence Party
The Puerto Rican Independence Party (Spanish: Partido Independentista Puertorriqueno, PIP) is a social-democratic political party in Puerto Rico that campaigns
May 1st 2017

Puerto Rican lizard cuckoo
The Puerto Rican lizard cuckoo (Coccyzus vieilloti) is a cuckoo endemic to the island of Puerto Rico, and is one of 4 species of lizard-cuckoos which occur
Dec 20th 2016

Puerto Rican amazon
The Puerto Rican amazon (Amazona vittata), also known as the Puerto Rican parrot or iguaca, is the only bird endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico
Mar 12th 2017

Puerto Rican spindalis
The-Puerto-RicanThe Puerto Rican spindalis (Spindalis portoricensis) is a bird endemic to the island of Puerto Rico, where it is commonly known as reina mora. The species
Nov 29th 2016

Puerto Rican screech owl
The Puerto Rican screech owl (Megascops nudipes) or Mucaro (Spanish via Taino) is a nocturnal endemic owl of the archipelago of Puerto Rico belonging to
Feb 26th 2017

Puerto Rican parakeet
The Puerto Rican parakeet or Puerto Rican conure (Psittacara maugei) was a species of parrot found on Mona Island and possibly in Puerto Rico. Play
Feb 16th 2017

Puerto Rican nightjar
The Puerto Rican nightjar or Puerto Rican Whip-poor-will (Antrostomus noctitherus) is a bird in the nightjar family found in the coastal dry scrub forests
Mar 1st 2017

Independence movement in Puerto Rico
groups, movements, political parties, and organizations have worked for Puerto Rican Independence over the centuries. A spectrum of autonomous, Nationalist
Apr 11th 2017

The Puerto Rican Day
"The Puerto Rican Day" is the 176th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It aired on May 7, 1998, and was the 20th episode of the ninth and final season
May 9th 2017

Puerto Rican women in the military
Puerto Rican women and women of Puerto Rican descent have been that of soldier and that of revolutionary. This is a brief account of some the Puerto Rican
May 3rd 2017

Puerto Rican nesophontes
The Puerto Rican nesophontes (Nesophontes edithae), or Puerto Rican shrew, is an extinct soricomorph endemic to Puerto Rico. It is believed that the animal
Nov 6th 2016

White Puerto Ricans
White Puerto Ricans are Puerto Ricans whose ancestry is of predominant European or other white descent, most notably from Spain (especially the Canary
Mar 26th 2017

Puerto Rican rock frog
The Puerto Rican rock frog, Eleutherodactylus cooki, also known as the Puerto Rican cave-dwelling frog or rock coqui, and locally as coqui guajon, or
Mar 12th 2017

Puerto Rican sharp-shinned hawk
The Puerto Rican sharp-shinned hawk, (Accipiter striatus venator), falcon de sierra or gavilan pecho rufo in Spanish, is an endemic subspecies of the North
Nov 29th 2016

Puerto Rican crested toad
The Puerto Rican crested toad or simply Puerto Rican toad (Peltophryne lemur) is a species of toad found only in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. It
Mar 12th 2017

Puerto Rican citizenship
Puerto Rican citizenship was first legislated by the United States Congress in Article 7 of the Foraker Act of 1900 and later recognized in the Constitution
May 5th 2017

List of Afro-Puerto Ricans
is a list of notable Puerto Ricans of significant African ancestry, which represents a significant portion of the Puerto Rican population. It includes
May 16th 2017

List of Puerto Rican slang words and phrases
lived "in-land" in the heart of the island, and are the backbone of the Puerto Rican culture. Jurutungo - A distant place. Limber - AlsoAlso, "limbel". A home-made
May 8th 2017

Puerto Rican quail-dove
The Puerto Rican quail-dove (Geotrygon larva) is an extinct species of dove from the genus of quail-doves (Geotrygon). It is only known by subfossil material
Mar 17th 2017

Puerto Rican woodpecker
The Puerto Rican woodpecker (Melanerpes portoricensis) is the only woodpecker endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico and is one of the five species
Feb 19th 2017

History of the Puerto Ricans in Philadelphia
As of the 2010 U.S. Census, there was an estimate of 121,643 Puerto Ricans living in Philadelphia, up from 91,527 in 2000. Representing 8% of Philadelphia's
May 7th 2017

Institute of Puerto Rican Culture
The Institute of Puerto-Rican-CulturePuerto Rican Culture (Spanish: Instituto de Puertorriquena">Cultura Puertorriquena), or ICP, for short, is an institution of the Government of Puerto
May 21st 2017

Puerto Rican literature
Puerto Rican literature evolved from the art of oral story telling to its present-day status. Written works by the native islanders of Puerto Rico were
May 18th 2017

Puerto Rican tanager
The Puerto Rican tanager (Nesospingus speculiferus) is a small passerine bird endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico. It is the only member of the Nesospingus
Nov 29th 2016

Flag of Puerto Rico
commonwealth of Puerto Rico in 1952, can be traced to 1868, when the first Puerto Rican flag, "The Revolutionary Flag of Lares", was conceived by Dr. Ramon Emeterio
May 6th 2017

List of Puerto Rican Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients
full or partial Puerto Rican ancestry such as Pablo Casals, whose mother was Puerto Rican and Chita Rivera, whose father was Puerto Rican. It also includes
Nov 1st 2016

List of Puerto Ricans missing in action in the Vietnam War
States Department of Defense estimated that approximately there were 18 Puerto Ricans missing in action in the Vietnam War, from a total of 2,338 people that
May 18th 2017

Puerto Rican emerald
The Puerto Rican emerald (Chlorostilbon maugeaus), or zumbadorcito de Puerto Rico in Spanish, is an endemic hummingbird found only in the archipelago of
Feb 19th 2017

National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture
Puerto Rican Culture. Coordinates: 41°54′8.14″N 87°42′12.11″W / 41.9022611°N 87.7033639°W / 41.9022611; -87.7033639 The National Museum of Puerto Rican
Oct 8th 2016

Puerto Rican flycatcher
The Puerto Rican flycatcher (Myiarchus antillarum) is a tyrant flycatcher endemic to the Puerto Rican archipelago and one of the 22 species belonging
Apr 19th 2017

Puerto Rican dry forests
The Puerto Rican dry forests are a subtropical dry forest ecoregion located in southwestern and eastern Puerto Rico and on the offshore islands. They cover
Apr 4th 2016

Puerto Rican tody
The Puerto Rican tody (Todus mexicanus) is a bird native to the island of Puerto Rico. Despite its scientific name, the Puerto Rican tody is endemic to
Apr 28th 2017

Political status of Puerto Rico
result of various political activities within both the United States and Puerto Rican governments. Politically, Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory
May 16th 2017

Puerto Ricans for Puerto Rico Party
The Puerto Ricans for Puerto Rico Party (Spanish: Partido Puertorriquenos por Puerto Rico, PPR) was a Puerto Rican political party. Founded in 2003, it
Mar 24th 2017

List of Puerto Rican Presidential Citizens Medal recipients
This is a list of notable Puerto Ricans who were awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal. The list includes people who were born in Puerto Rico, people
Sep 7th 2016

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