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S. intervention in Nicaragua, whether by Marine occupational forces or other means, was frequent. During much of the last half of the twentieth century, the country was torn apart Nicaragua Through Time As forty-ninth president of Nicaragua (1893–1909), José Santos Zelaya’s administration had a mixed record. Although he enacted a number of progressive programs, he was also a tyrant. In 1909, Zelaya was forced out of Nicaragua, and he spent the rest of his life in exile in Mexico, Spain, and New York.
There are also many schools run by Roman Catholic bodies, and yearly festivals in honor of patron saints are popular events. Above, Catholic devotees take part in the Via Crucis during Easter celebrations in Teustepe. to the faith. Roman Catholicism was the established faith in Nicaragua until 1939. Today, however, freedom of religion is guaranteed by the Nicaraguan constitution, and the country has no official religion. During the past century, the number of people actively practicing Catholicism has declined sharply.
When Columbus returned, it is very possible that “Amerique” had become a synonym for the distant and newly discovered land across the Atlantic in which gold was abundant. Gradually, news of the vast mineral wealth and the name of the location at which it was found would have begun to spread from seaport to seaport. Within several years, the name probably reached St. Dié, a community in northeastern France. There, excited by the new information, Waldseemüller incorporated it on his now famous map.
Visiting the Beach in Summer by Rebecca Felix