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Ana M. Juarez

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Texas State University

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Texas State University

601 University Drive Intercollegiate Athletics

San Marcos, Texas,78666

United States

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Authorized by the Texas Legislature in 1899, Texas State University has grown from a small teacher preparation institution to a major, multipurpose university with over 29,000 students. Its 457 acre main campus is in San Marcos, TX-a growing community of 50,00...more

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News and Events from Hays County Historical Commission

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Members Jo Landon , Ida Miller, Jerry Moore, Linda Coker, Dorothy Gumbert, and Jim Cullen-and several guests-met with Texas State University Anthropology Professor Dr. Ana M. Juarez to first visit the Buddy Abel Ranch site and hear Dr. Juarez describe findings and progress to date on the isolated cemetery.
Access to the third Stringtown site, Pitts Cemetery, proved elusive, but the group finished its tour by visiting San Pedro Cemetery, where Dr. Juarez led an informative walk around a large portion of the cemetery, discussing already completed and ongoing research projects for the cemetery.


Hays County Historical Commmission: News

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Members Jo Landon , Ida Miller, Jerry Moore, Linda Coker, Dorothy Gumbert, and Jim Cullen-and several guests-met with Texas State University Anthropology Professor Dr. Ana M. Juarez to first visit the Buddy Abel Ranch site and hear Dr. Juarez describe findings and progress to date on the isolated cemetery.
Access to the third Stringtown site, Pitts Cemetery, proved elusive, but the group finished its tour by visiting San Pedro Cemetery, where Dr. Juarez led an informative walk around a large portion of the cemetery, discussing already completed and ongoing researchh projects for the cemetery.


www.sanmarcosrecord.com

The event is a function both of the cemetery's mutual aid society and Dr. Ana Juarez of the Department of Anthropology at Texas State University.
From 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7, Juarez' students will be on hand to take oral histories and view documents, photographs and other memorabilia that families provide. When the cemetery was founded in 1909, segregation by "race, class and ethnicity" was widespread, Juarez said. To ensure that they would have a place to bury their loved ones, the cemetery's founders formed a mutual aid society that helped people with burial expenses and, later, collected money from local Mexicans and Mexican Americans to buy two acres of land. Juarez said the society elected Antonio Sanchez president; Pablo de la Rosa secretary, Alejandro Rodriguez treasurer and caretaker, Jose Guerrero vice president, Ramon Rivera substitute secretary, and Rosendo Arredondo collector. "Based on the by-laws, the association wanted to preserve the right for persons of all means and all faiths to bury their loved ones," Juarez said. In the years after World War II, when ethnic and racial barriers had begun to break, the cemetery received little attention; however, it was "revitalized" in the 1960s. "Now, the San Pedro Cemetery Association is one of the few surviving mutual aid societies in Texas and the U.S.," she said. For more information, call Juarez at 245-8272 or visit http://www.txstate.edu/anthropology/centers/Cemetery/San-Pedro.html


www.hispanicscholar.org

Ana JuarezAna Juarez graduated from Lanier High School on May 22, 2007.She enjoys studying accounting and business.As a senior, Ana was treasurer for Business Professionals of America and was a member of LULAC and the National Honor Society.Ana played fullback for Lanier's Varsity Soccer Team for two years and spent her free time tutoring students at her school.Her mother always told Ana to keep on dreaming, never give up, and that, "Nothing is impossible if you try."Ana will be starting her studies at the University of Texas at Austin or Texas State University in the fall to study international business.


Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social » Congrats to Ana Juárez for NSF UG Research grant

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Congrats to Ana Juárez for NSF UG Research grant
Congratulations to Texas State University Anthropology professor Ana Juárez for receiving NSF funding for the "Research Experience for Undergraduate Site on Culture and Globalization in Highland Guatemala" program.


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