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Dia de los Muertos Day of the Dead
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Outline What is it? How its celebrated? What are some beliefs?
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Conclusion Honor the dead Honor the memories Appreciate them
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What is it? Mexican Holiday Main Purpose Celebrated On § Oct. 31 – All Hallows Eve § Nov. 1 – All Saints Eve § Nov. 2 – All Souls Day
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Unformatted text preview: Alter Marigold The Bread of the Dead Sugar Skulls Cardboard Skeletons Continued • Tissue Paper Decorations • Fruit and Nuts • Toys • Beverages • Candles • Other Traditional Stuff Other Places • Brazil • Spain and Europe • Asia and African Culture...
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  • Fall '13
  • GregKummer
  • Hallows Eve, tissue paper decorations

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