History Paper - Felix D. Almaraz was the epitome of a...

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Felix D. Almaraz was the epitome of a historian. As found on the page four in “The Writings of Don Felix” he was a Historian in many different fields for almost four decades. He is from San Antonio, Texas where he is an instructor at UTSA since 1973. He has served many prominent positions such are: Consultant, Ambassador for history, President of the TSHA from 1995to 1996, and has authored several periodicals, journals and other scholarly publications. He also has been internationally recognized by Mexico, the Canary Islands, and Spain. His valuable skills in research, interpretation and consultation were all greatly affected of influenced by the former Berkeley historian Herbert E. Bolton. Bolton’s expertise was mainly in the Spanish Borderlands. Most of his teaching was focused upon the immense amount of accomplishments achieved by the Spaniards on the Borderlands. You get a real sense of favoritism upon the Spanish’s influence on both early Texas, and the Spanish Borderlands. According to Almaraz the achievements and
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