History of Puerto Rico...

Taíno Indians who inhabited the territory, called the island of Puerto Rico, Boriken or Borinquen which means: "the great land of the valiant and noble Lord" or "land of the great lords". Today this word -used in various modifications- is still popularly used to designate the people and island of Puerto Rico. The Taíno Indians, who came from South America, inhabited the major portion of the island when the Spaniards arrived. The Taíno Indians, lived in small villages, organized in clans and led by a Cacique, or chief. They were a peaceful people who, with a limited knowledge of agriculture, lived on such domesticated tropical crops as pineapples, cassava, and sweet potatoes supplemented by seafood.
I'm proud of live in Boriquen.
I love Boriquen.
Boriquen is a small island in the Caribbean Sea.
作者 Danny Jöel Ayala Rosa 2007年8月16日
The Taíno Nativos called thier land Boriquén. Boriquén Means Puerto Rico.
Boriquén es la Ilsa del coquí
作者 La Rósa Boriqua 2003年4月22日

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