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Articles regarding Elias Beauchamp Beauchamp


On February 24, 1936 Elias Beauchamp Beauchamp became a part of history. The articles below are a few of the ones published chronicling the events of that fateful day and the ones that followed.
 

Two in Puerto Rico Kill Police Head and Are Shot Dead-The New York Times, February 24, 1936. (Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Press Urges Arrest of San Juan Police-The New York Times, February 25, 1936.
(Positive PDF}, (Negative PDF)

Imponente y Conmovedor Fué el Sepelio de los Jóvenes Nacionalistas Beauchamp y Rosado-La Democracia de Puerto Rico, February 26, 1936. (Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Interesantes detalles de la Vida Privada de Elias Beauchamp-El Imparcial de Puerto Rico, February 26, 1936. (Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Puerto Ricans Honor Slain Chief of Police-The New York Times, February 27, 1936.
(Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

La Vuida del Joven Elias Beauchamp en el Cuartel de Pólicia-La Democracia de Puerto Rico, February 29, 1936. (Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Elias Beauchamp's 8th Grade Class Photo-El Imparcial de Puerto Rico, February 29, 1936. (Positive PDF)

Los Trágicos Sucesos del Domingo-Puerto Rico Illustrado, February 29, 1936.
(Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Nationalism Made Puerto Rico Issue-The New York Times, March 1, 1936.
(Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

7 In Puerto Rico Arrested in Plot-The New York Times, March 6, 1936.
(Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Disparen Para Que Vean Como Muere Un Hombre-El Imparcial, March 25, 1936.
(Positive PDF), (Negative PDF)

Six San Juan Police Indicted in Deaths-The New York Times, April 22, 1936.
(Positive PDF). (Negative PDF)

El Misterioso Asesinato del Colonel Francis Riggs (an excerpt from La Presencia de La
Polícia en la Histora de Puerto Rico 1898-1995
by José E. Martínez Valentín) Positive PDF


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