Welcome to Yukibo books
Authored by Dr. Richard Morrow Porrata Ph.D.
Retired Associate Professor. University of Puerto Rico at Multi-lingual & Cultural Division, Language Instructor US Army, Rank Colonel. Highest Degree obtained Ph.D. 120 hours of Native American linguistics from the University of Oregon. Former President of the Native American and Alaskan Native Association, FamilyTreeDNA.com Administer for Taino Descendants of Puerto Rico, Chairman of the Descendants of Puerto Rico’s First Nation.
Yukibo Books is a proud sponsor of Descendants of Puerto Rico’s First Nation
Dr. Porrata likes to write scholarly books such as a coloring book that teaches children about electronics. Also, Puerto Rican culture and history; especially history never written about. He also devotes writing literature to revitalize the Taino language.
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Descendants of Puerto Rico’s First Nation (DPRFN) is associated with FamilyTreeDNA.com TainoDescendantsofPR Project. DPRFN is a Taino group who’s members have to prove they have Amerindian roots from Puerto Rico. We welcome those into DPRFN who meet our requirements.
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Our mission is to acquire federal recognition through the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs as legit Taino descendants to secure our Native American prosperity. We do not seek to establish gambling. Our goal is to fall under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 so that our ancestral remains and artifacts are returned to us by museums that hold our native prosperity.
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