of American settlers who had gathered in readiness to occupy them) Brodsky, Alan. Grover Cleveland: A Study in Character, (2000). ISBN 0312268831 and against imperialism and involvement in Nicaragua, along with a multitude of personal controversies and finally, his disastrous attempt at intervention in the Pullman Strike left him totally unable to engage in contentious action Nevins, Allan. Grover Cleveland: A Study in Courage (1932) Pulitzer Prize-winning
biography. ASIN B000PUX6KQ. , particularly once the situation became volatile. thumb Seen from space (Image:Mosquito coast.jpg) '''Cabo Gracias a Dios''' is a cape (cape (geography)) located in the middle of the east coast of Central America, within what is variously called the Mosquito Coast and La Mosquitia. It is the point where the Rio Coco flows into the Caribbean, and is the end of the border of the Nicaraguan Región Autónoma del Atlántico Norte
America, the nacatamal is unique to Nicaragua both in its name and its culinary combination. The nacatamal is perhaps the largest production within the traditional Nicaraguan kitchen and it is an event often reserved for Sundays at mid-morning, it is usually eaten together with fresh bread and Nicaraguan-style coffee. It is common to enjoy nacatamales (plural) during special occasions and to invite extended family and neighbors to partake. *Arroz con gandules - the equivalent in Puerto Rico *Gallo Pinto - the equivalent dish in Nicaragua and Costa Rica *Hoppin' John - the equivalent dish in the Southern United States Biography Kirby has written for many national magazines, including ''Glamour (Glamour (magazine))'', ''Redbook'', ''Self (Self (magazine))'', and ''Mademoiselle (Mademoiselle (magazine))''. From 1986 to 1990, Kirby was a foreign correspondent for UPI (United Press International), and ''Newsday'' (among others) in Latin America, covering wars in El Salvador and Nicaragua, and he covered politics, corruption (political corruption) and natural disasters in Mexico. It was during this time-frame that he also served as a reporter for ''OutWeek''. Upon return to the United States during the summer, ''King'' joined the Atlantic Scouting Fleet and from 1923 to 1930 engaged in fleet exercises and reserve training cruises along the coast and in the Caribbean. She sailed for the Pacific 15 April 1925 for maneuvers in Hawaiian waters. During the spring of 1927, she patrolled waters off Nicaragua to protect American citizens and interests during the civil war in that country. ''King'' decommissioned at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10 March 1931. Between 1923 and 1928 ''Bainbridge'' participated in annual fleet concentrations, tactical and joint maneuvers, and fleet and type competitions. In 1927 she was assigned temporary duty with the Special Service Squadron for patrol duty off Nicaragua during internal disturbances there. During several summers ''Bainbridge'' participated in the training program of the Scouting Fleet, making summer cruises with reservists. On 23 December 1930 she was placed out of commission in reserve at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ''Lawrence'' detached from the Scouting Fleet 11 February 1927, and sailed off the coast of Nicaragua to protect American lives and property during the Civil War then underway in that country. The destroyer departed the Nicaraguan coast 5 weeks later, and she resumed her cruising cycle with the Scouting Fleet, continuing these operations until she decommissioned at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6 January 1931. Currently the company distributes its products in the UK, United States, Russia, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Mexico , Nicaragua (24.3 MUSD) and other Central (Central America) and South America countries. For market acceptance in the United States and Canada the company sold the high profile Dina Viaggio coaches under its former subsidiary, Motor Coach Industries elections In 1985 Weinstein founded The Center for Democracy , where he served as president until the organization merged with the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) in 2003.
, 1838, the congress met to declare that the provinces were free to create their own independent republics. In reality, they were just making legal the process of disintegration that had already begun. Arias received the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize
route across Mexico starting at Veracruz (Veracruz, Veracruz). Many gold-seekers took the overland route across the continental United States, particularly along the California Trail. Rawls, James J. and Orsi, Richard (eds.) (1999), p. 5. Each of these routes had its own deadly hazards, from shipwreck to typhoid fever and cholera. Holliday, J. S. (1999), pp. 101, 107. The most popular style of music
. In May 2007 the Sunni leader of the Managua prayer center was dismissed, due to the increase in Iranian influence in the Muslim community and was to be replaced by a Shi'a religious leader. By the end of the reporting period (May 2007) the Shi'a leader had not been identified. International Religious Freedom 2007 (Released October 2007, covers period of June 2006 to May 2007) Early Immigration Muslim immigration
-Nicaragua border, the highway continues as Central America Highway 1. From the border to the town of Ocotal is about . Costa Rica contrasts sharply to the other nations in Central America, as it is a so-called second-world developing country compared to its underdeveloped, poorer neighbor Nicaragua. Costa Rica is the second-smallest Central American country in area (after El Salvador). Its portion of the Pan
). In the 1980s Basulto flew medical supplies to the Nicaraguan Contras. *Summer Lane (first appearance: Episode #308, "Lane Miserables") — Jane and Trent's older sister, and seemingly the eldest child of Amanda
and Vincent. Summer was mentioned in "The Teachings of Don Jake" when Jane said that the private detectives found three of Summer's four children, and appeared in the show once, in "Lane Miserables". Of her four children, two appeared in the series (see Courtney and Adrian Lane, below). Little of her personality was revealed, save for her apparent exhaustion from parenting four kids. *Penny Lane (first appearance: Episode #308, "Lane Miserables") — Jane and Trent's older
American countries (in "The Teachings of Don Jake" Jane mentions that Penny moved to Nicaragua after failing to find work in Mexico). *Courtney Lane (first appearance: Episode #308, "Lane Miserables") — Summer's runaway daughter. February 9, 2006 *A study on two cichlid fish (Cichlid) species in Lake Apoyo, Nicaragua finds that they evolved from a common ancestor (Most recent common ancestor) within the last 10,000 years, and the separation
The government took a strong stand against the U.S. intervention (Sandinista#Sandinistas vs. Contras) in Nicaragua under Reagan, and accepted refugees from El Salvador, Guatemala, and other countries with regimes supported directly by the Reagan administration. Therefore, the Viceroyalty's former territories included what is now the present day countries of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize, Costa Rica; the United States regions of California, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Puerto Rico, Guam, Mariana Islands, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Florida; a portion of the Canadian province of British Columbia; the Caribbean nations of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, the island of Hispaniola, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda; the Asia-Pacific nations of the Philippine Islands (Philippines), Palau and Caroline Islands. thumb Nicaraguan ''nacatamales'' (Image:Nacatamales in steamer.jpg) In Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, they are also wrapped in plantain leaves. The masa is usually made out of maize, such as what is known as dent corn in the U.S. The corn usually eaten in the U.S. on the cob (sweet corn) is called ''elote''. Guatemalan cuisine is known in particular for its hundreds of varieties of tamales; popular varieties include ''tamales de gallina'' (chicken), ''tamales dulces
the latter given the various literary contributions of Nicaraguan poets and writers, including Rubén Darío, Pablo Antonio Cuadra and Ernesto Cardenal.
Biscayne's Nicaraguan community had the forty-second highest percentage of residents, which was at 1.02% of the US population.
'''Nicaragua''' (AmE ), is the largest country in the Central American isthmus, bordering Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south. The country is situated between 11 (11th parallel north) and 14 (14th parallel north) degrees north of the Equator in the Northern Hemisphere, which places it entirely within the tropics. The Pacific Ocean lies to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east. The country's physical geography divides it into three major zones: Pacific lowlands; wet, cooler central highlands; and the Caribbean lowlands (Caribbean Lowlands). On the Pacific side of the country are the two largest fresh water lakes in Central America—Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua. Surrounding these lakes and extending to their northwest along the rift valley of the Gulf of Fonseca are fertile lowland plains, with soil highly enriched by ash (volcanic ash) from nearby volcanoes of the central highlands. Nicaragua's abundance of biologically significant and unique ecosystems contribute to Mesoamerica's designation as a biodiversity hotspot.
The Spanish Empire conquered the region in the 16th century. Nicaragua achieved its independence from Spain in 1821. Since its independence, Nicaragua has undergone periods of political unrest, dictatorship, and fiscal crisis—the most notable causes that led to the Nicaraguan Revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Nicaragua is a representative democratic (representative democracy) republic, and has experienced economic growth and political stability in recent years. Since 2007, Daniel Ortega has been the president.
The population of Nicaragua, approximately 6 million, is multiethnic. Its capital, Managua, is the third-largest city in Central America. Segments of the population include indigenous (indigenous peoples) native tribes from the Mosquito Coast, Europeans, Africans, Asians, and people of Middle Eastern origin. The main language is Spanish, although native tribes on the eastern coast speak their native languages, such as Miskito (Miskito language), Sumo (Sumo language), and Rama (Rama language), as well as English creole (English-based creole languages). The mixture of cultural traditions has generated substantial diversity in art and literature, particularly the latter given the various literary contributions of Nicaraguan poets and writers, including Rubén Darío, Pablo Antonio Cuadra and Ernesto Cardenal.