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Eddie Guzman


Eddie Guzman

Eddie Guzman is a second generation resident of Scottsbluff, Nebraska's, "Mexican colony." His father was a beet field worker who built an adobe house. From his father he learned the Mexican tradition of raising fighting cocks and other birds. But he claims that his father's greatest contribution to his children was an education to give them a better life.

Eddie Guzmán es un residente de la segunda generación de la "colonia mexicana" de Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Su padre era un trabajador en los campos de betabel que construyó una casa de adobe. De su padre aprendió la tradición mexicana de criar gallos de pelea y otras aves. Sin embargo, él sostiene que el aporte más valioso que su padre les dio a sus hijos fue la educación para darles una vida mejor.

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