By Nancy Pearl
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The author also described twenty-one scenes from colonial life, both in poetry and in prose, recreating folk traditions such as parrandas (Christmas carols), cockfights, and horseracing. Alonso’s pioneering efforts inaugurated a romantic literary movement on the Island, prolonged by such writers as Alejandro Tapia y Rivera (1826–82), Lola Rodríguez de Tió (1843–1924), and José Gautier Benítez (1849–80). These authors extolled the Island’s lush tropical nature, the love of the fatherland, and its cultural values.
Canarios would play a leading role in the foundation of towns, the emergence of a Creole dialect of Spanish, and in numerous rural customs in Puerto Rico, such as the devotion to the Virgin of Candlemas, cockfights, and country music. Other ethnic groups from the peripheral regions of Spain would arrive later, including Catalans, Majorcans, Basques, Asturians, and Galicians. A significant minority of nineteenth- century immigrants came from more than a dozen different countries, among them France, Italy, Santo Domingo, and Venezuela.
On July 25, 1898, US troops invaded Puerto Rico as part of the war against Spain. The Island was a secondary military asset to US objectives (Cuba was the primary target at the time). After a brief military campaign, the United States and Spain signed the Treaty of Paris on December 10, 1898, where Spain ceded Puerto Rico (as well as the Philippines and Guam) to the United States. Cuba was temporarily transferred under US tutelage but became independent in 1902. The “splendid little war” (in Theodore Roosevelt’s famous quip) extended the territorial boundaries of the United States well beyond the North American continent.