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Loya history book
Posted by: Alex Loya (ID *****0220) Date: February 28, 2005 at 09:16:21
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While writing my book "History of the Loya" I came across such incredibly important information regarding the history of the Loya family group, that I decided to write a book all its own regarding this issue. The book is entitled "The Continuous Presence Of Italians And SpaniardsIn Texas As Early As 1520", it is 241 pages long and it is available right NOW! Although it deals primarily with the history of the Loya family from Texas, in contains historical gold nuggets for all branches of the Loya family. Get it NOW! Copies are limited and they will be gone quickly! Order NOW! Here is the link:

https://www.instantpublisher.com/ip/display.asp?display=detail&num=IP14457-05&cover=scover.gif#


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