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Monday, 05 May 2014 10:13

A young Hispanic heritage dance team performs for those who attended the opening ceremonies for the Early Mexican Immigrtion Exhibit that opened Saturday at the Coronado Museum. The public is invited to come explore the exhibit, and there is no cost to tour Coronado Museum. L&T photo/Janie Kitch-Pierce


ABOVE: Onlookers watch the opening ceremonies for the Early Mexican Immigration exhibit that opened at the Coronado Museum Saturday. L&T photos/Janie Kitch-Pierce

LEFT: Emanuel Hernandez plays a classic Spanish tune during the opening ceremonies of the Early Mexican Immigration exhibit currently on display at the Coronado Museum.

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