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History of the Loya
Posted by: Alex Loya (ID *****0220) Date: January 14, 2005 at 23:35:11
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Hello,

Attached you will find a picture of "The Loya Posse" from West Texas (notice the six shooter in my grandfather's belt), you will also read a piece I wrote for those of us who are original Texans, which all of you Loya will find interesting, and which I incorporated as a chapter in my book "The Continuous Presence of Italians and Spaniards in Texas as Early as 1520" which, the Lord willing, I should be publishing in the next couple of weeks (It is over 235 pages long and it serves as a synopsis of my book "HIstory of the Loya (Including the Essential Role of Texas and Louisiana in the American Revolution)", which I hope to publish soon thereafter. You will also read the back cover of my book and view a picture of myself and my family. Although the book I am publishing in the next couple of weeks deals more with Texas history and the history of us Loya who have been there since the founding of Texas, it should also be of great interest to you Loya kinsmen of New York and Pennsylvania and the rest of our dispersion. Anyway, here is the link:

http://www.montes-family.com/loya.shtml


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