Pedro Pan Administrator

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Pedro Pan Administrator
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United States of America
Name on Arrival
Pedro Pan Administrator
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Date of Arrival
Friday, January 1, 1960
Groups
Haiti Pedro Pan
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HELP IN SPREADING THE WORD TO ALL PEDRO PANS ABOUT THIS WEBSITE: ''Is there a way to send out the word to all the states that this web-site exsits? Letting people know that this website contains the names of the children that entered without their parents from 1960 to 1962. Many of the children who are Pedro Pan are not here in Miami and some (like me) didn't even know that we were considered Pedro Pan. I love this website. I have always wanted to remember my experience & feelings, which I have lost in my subconscious. Reading these stories has helped me remember. My brother and I went to St. Joseph Orphanage in Helena, Montana. The orphanage consisted of about 40 Pedro Pan children. Of the 40, only 6 including my brother & I, have found this website. Is there a way you can help us find the rest of the children?'' Message from Vivian A McCombie y Salort

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 7th 2009

miriam salabert, tessie salabert. tengo fotos de ustedes cuando estaban en Dubuque y visitaban Freeport, Il. Ustedes iban a nuestra casa , tengo mi autografo con la firma de ustedes y de su mama.

Message by Rita Rodriguez- Pardinas | Jul 7th 2009

CAMPAIGN UNDER WAY TO SAVE PEDRO PAN RECORDS STORED AT BARRY UNIVERSITY: The digitization of the Pedro Pan archives is planned for the near future. Donations should be made to Barry University, 11300 N.E. Second Ave., Miami Shores, FL 33161. Institutional Advancement Dept. Be sure to specify it is for the preservation (or digitization) of Pedro Pan Archives. For more information about the project, contact Eloisa Echazabal on this site.

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 6th 2009

Estaria vueno si pudioeramos dividir los de Matecumbe por ¨carpas.¨ Yo estuve en la carpa dos de Sergio. El todavia esta vivo. Se volvio cura y ahora esta retirado en Miami. El que quiera verlo que me escriba.

Message by Humberto L Troitino Garrido | Jul 6th 2009

PEDRO PAN STORY OF THE DAY: I arrived on 2/4/61, with two older boys and two girls. I believe one of the boys' name was Octavio. On 2/16/61, I flew to Wash DC, with my sister Olga and six other Cuban girls. I lived in St. Joseph's Home for Boys and went to school at Archbishop Carroll HS. I remember being treated very well, and I try to treat my students and their parents in the same respectful (high expectations) way I was treated. As a person, an individual, not a minority, not a "pobrecito." I have always been very grateful to all that had a part in helping me come here and get established. I remember that I was supposed to ask for "Mr Baker" when I arrived at Miami airport. And thanks to The Miami Herald (which I delivered when I moved back to Miami in June 62), for setting this thing up. - SAMUEL NODARSE SERRA

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 4th 2009

Is there a way to send out the word to all the states that this web-site exsits? Letting people know that this website contains the names of the children that entered without their parents from 1960 to 1962. Many of the children who are Pedro Pan are not here in Miami and some (like me) didn't even know that we were considered Pedro Pan. I love this web-site. I have always wanted to remember my experience & feelings, which I have lost in my subconscious. Reading these stories has helped me remember some of my feelings & experiences. My brother & I went to St. Joseph Orphanage in Helena, Montana. The Orphanage consisted of about 40 Pedro Pan Children. Of the 40 only 6 including my brother & I have found this web-site. Is there a way you can help us find the rest of the children?

Message by Vivian A McCombie y Salort | Jul 3rd 2009

A PEDRO PAN TELLS WHY SHE LOVES THIS SITE: "From those of us who suffered, to the lucky ones like me who had a relatively easy time of it, we all felt the same fear, and cried the same tears. This site has provided a glue for us that was lacking for many, many years, and I truly believe that now that this glue is spreading, the pieces are coming together and the whole picture is coming into the light. Not only does the site honor us for what we endured, but it honors our parents for what they endured and their courage. Now our children and their children will have access to all the stories." - MARIA PETRONILA HERNANDEZ MILLS

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 1st 2009

Me han dicho que se puden pedir los "files" de cada uno de los Pedro Pans. Que requiere pedir un permiso para ver nuestro "file". A quien y donde se pueden ver los contenidos de nuestros "file"?

Message by Leonardo Viota Sesin | Jun 30th 2009

hola soy de argentina y me he interesado por sus historias. Estoy buscando el video de "la manzana perdida" "the lost apple". Alguien tiene idea como puedo ubicarlo o conseguirlo. Si no lo puedo conseguir podrian contarme de que se trata. Muchas gracias Saludos, Lucia

Message by lucia blasco | Jun 29th 2009

REQUEST OF THE DAY: Pedro Pan Niurka Monfort Strong needs help finding her childhood friend, Angelita Alayon. SHE WRITES: "We lost contact a year later after we left Cuba. Does anyone know where she is? She's in the database,too, but she has not registered.Any information will be appreciated, and if any of you know of me, please contact me. I would love to hear from you. Thanks in advance. My email is tnlcstrong@aol.com

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jun 28th 2009

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