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This website features the ancestors and descendants of 
Peter Reinhart, born Aug. 22, 1787 in Niedernberg, Germany, and passed away on July 12, 1873 in New Riegel, Ohio.

Peter's great-grandson - my grandfather - Simon Reinhart
is pictured in the graphic above.

I began my genealogy work in 1997 while living in Germany.
These pages contain not just lists of names and dates...
but they also tell the compelling story of our ancestors, 
and the village from which they came from -
Niedernberg.

Our family history is like many others...  but unique in other ways. Using original photography, antique maps, and the dedicated research of several other Reinhart genealogists, this is our American story...   and perhaps it's yours too.


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10 excellent movies to learn a little history

History teachers often criticize harshly films that focus episodes of the past.They consider unreliable data and the extravaganza damages more serious information.

However, the historicist research itself is very subjective (the same episode many books with different nuances are written), and what provides the film is an introduction extravaganza in which all elements (scenes, costumes, characters …) seeking invite you to contact emotions and facts that “could have been so … almost certainly”.

1. The Mission, 1986

An episode of the conquest of America features two priests: a Jesuit from very young, struggling to integrate peacefully with the natives ( Jeremy Irons ), and a extraficante slave ( Robert De Niro ) with other ambitions, against the power of the Church leaving them to their fate.

See also: 10 historical films so entertaining that neither you imagine

2. The Last Emperor, 1987

The process of the end of ancient China and the beginning of the Maoist revolution, with the prominence of the last emperor, a boy, then a young man forced to live circumstances they can not make decisions. With Peter O’Toole as his English teacher.

3. The Last of the Mohicans, 1992

Vicissitude of a native ( Daniel Day-Lewis ) in love with an English (Madeleine Stowe) under the violence imposed by French and British colonization in North America.

4. Braveheart, 1995

Directed by and starring Mel Gibson is a biopic of William Wallace, who in the fourteenth century Scotland is leading the uprising against the British violent authoritarianism. It certainly has some historical errors, but it serves to place ourselves at the time.

See also: 11 great films that meet 20 years in 2015

5. Mrs Brown, 1997

Judi Dench plays the role of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom (reigned for 64 years, from 18 years until his death 82 years) at an unknown facet: forced widow infinite protocols, became close friends outside the rigorous cut with a Scottish gentleman.

6. The Emperor and The Assassin, 1998

unlimited violence in the third century BC in the hands of an emperor obsessed by the unification of the vast Chinese territory, cruel in its military, sensitive and insecure decisions alone.

See also: The 13 best film mercenary murderers

7. Hotel Rwanda, 2004

Don Cheaddle is the protagonist of a very recent history of one of the bloodiest conflicts in Africa with the confrontation between the Hutu and Tutsi ethnic groups, following the assassination of Rwandan president in 1994. With Nick Nolte and Joaquin Phoenix .

8. Defiance, 2008

In 1941, German troops take over the world rely on destroying any opposition. In Belarus a group of Jewish fighters grappling and assists people fleeing from the Nazis. With Daniel CraigMia Wasikowska ,  Jamie Bell.

See also: The Second World War as seen through 9 excellent films

9. Agora, 2009

In the fourth century, in Egypt, Hypatia ( Rachel Weisz ), astronomer and philosopher, bravely defending his theories, savagely contested by the growing power of a sect of Christians.

10. Twelve Years a Slave, 2013

In 1850, Solomon Northrup ( Chiwetel Ejiofor ) is a musician who lives happily in New York with his family until he is kidnapped to be sold to a slave plantation.Violence and despair in a world unknown to him.

History of Photography

Photography is a procedure for obtaining images of an object, which are fixed on a photosensitive material, based on the principle of camera obscura. The camera obscura is a box with a hole in one side, through which light enters and is reflected by the wall facing the hole, inverted.The photography is the process of obtaining visible images of an object, which are fixed in a layer of photosensitive material, based on the principle of camera obscura, projecting the image that captures a small hole in its surface. To store the image sensitive film was used. Today digital cameras are used, and the picture is stored in digital memory.

History of Photography
the latest digital cameras in photography

The photograph has a long history of different inventions and techniques to achieve reproduce images. The development of photography is mainly due to Photo Booth Southern Highlands, and Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, who perfected and unveiled, so that chemical imaging became known as the daguerreotype.

History of Photography:

It is believed that already in the V century, Aristotle made observations of the effects of light, and maintained that the constituent elements of light, moved from the objects to the eye of the beholder with wave motion, and built the first camera obscura that known.

In the sixth century AD, an Arab alchemist, Abd-el-Kamir, discovered a photosensitive emulsion, but did not know the camera obscura, so he never applied.

In the second half of the fifteenth century, Leonardo da Vinci rediscovered the camera obscura and used to draw objects reflected in it.

The German Albrecht Dürer, also used the camera obscura for drawing s, which led to thepopularization as drawing tool in Europe.

The camera obscura of the Renaissance were the size of a room so that the painter was introduced in drawing what is reflected. A translucent paper placed on the back in front of the hole through which the light passed, and artist performing like an inverted mirror image drawing. The hole should have a very small diameter, to allow image formation.

In the sixteenth century, the Italian physicist Giovanni Battista Della Porta, placed a convex lens in front of the hole, achieving greater sharpness and brightness in the image. This represented a breakthrough for the development of photography.

Photography was born in France thanks to the technological innovations of the pre-industrial era, and influenced by the positivist philosophy, which established the need to empirically prove each element of nature.

In 1816, Niépce obtains the first negative image on paper, with a camera obscura. In 1826, he performed the first heliography with bitumen. In 1839, the camera obscura is presented in the Academy of Sciences and Arts of France.

Also in 1839, the discovery of the daguerreotype, single copy on emulsion or metal support (copper), where the liquid is applied on the copper plate, noticed her being reflected on the photographic image is disclosed. The daguerreotype was expensive, heavy and difficult to maintain, without the long exposure time requiring.

William Henry Fox Talbot invented the first negative in 1840, known as calotype. It is a negative of paper copied on another sheet, contact performs printing. The paper was dipped in an acid prior to exposure and after her silver nitrate solution, and again before being posted. This was a breakthrough for photography, as it allowed to make multiple copies of a negative. The exposure time was much less, just 1-7 minutes.

History of Photography
William Talbotel inventor of the first negative in 1840

Evrard Blanquart albumin paper used to improve clarity and avoid roughness of the paper in 1850. It covered the paper with egg albumin and silver nitrate.

The wet collodion was presented in 1851, was a kind of varnish that was applied to the plates, on it goes emulsion and a transparent glass plate polished, which allows more clearly in the negative. The plate must remain moist throughout the time of exposure and development.This means that photographer must carry the laboratory to perform the procedure.

In 1871 the dry plate, which requires a glass plate on which the gelatin solution coated with silver nitrate and bromide extends, and does not require constant humidity is used. The exposure time is reduced.

In 1880 the new color system is patented in the photograph , by Leon Favre. John Eastman Kodak launched in 1888 the camera. But the release paper reel was the great contribution of Eastman, as it allowed replace glass plates. Then he threw the spool celluloid, then use a protection that allow placement with ambient lighting.

In 1931, the electronic flash appears, it is a transportable source of intense light, which can take photos where light is not enough.

Instant born in 1948, with the Polaroid, the camera reveals positive image in just 60 seconds.

History of Photography
1948 and the first Polaroid camera

In 1990, the period of digitalisation of photography starts. An electronic sensor captures images, which are stored and an electronic device (memory).

The Health Family Tree

A Family Tree, can be defined as a “graphic representation” of the story of a family: people who are members and their location in the chronology of it.
History is an important step in the development and advancement of man element. It is immersed in its idiosyncrasy. It has always had the need to know where it comes from and in turn, shape their own history and passes through the planet. That’s why both strikes us know what our ancestors used as operating their machines, appliances, rebuild …
We recognize the importance of preserving the past, since, as the saying goes, remember it prevents the same mistakes that were made and in turn helps improve future committed.
Returning to the Genealogy, few families in the world who fully know their links with the past.These families are reduced to “royalty”; the few prevailing in the world today houses perfectly know who were their ancestors, their lineage, as well as features facts and feats of most of them. Other mortals, with some exceptions, we heard from our grandparents and great-grandparents, and usually no more behind.

The legacy of our ancestors is very rich and diverse:

Our physical characteristics: height, complexion, color of skin, eyes and hair, are part of the genetic heritage. On the other hand, language, all practical, scientific, moral values, are also part of this legacy. Nor should we forget, for example, that the culinary tradition of a country is also inherited from our ancestors, music, arts, etc., etc. Given all this, the material goods that could inherit, are the least valuable.
But not only we inherited described above. Also certain diseases, disorders or conditions have a genetic element and therefore hereditary.
We know that diabetes, for example, is one of them. The chance of inheriting the disease is greater when it comes from the maternal line, paternal. Instead the condition of baldness is inherited from the paternal line from father to son, and this condition can inherit harder a woman only when his mother also carries along with the father.
Some other diseases with hereditary components are, for example: high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, depression, bipolar disorder, and to a lesser extent, some eating disorders, alcoholism and other addictions.

This information about the health of our ancestors, is very useful in predicting or determining which diseases may be more susceptible. As can be diagnosed with more ease and certainty, developing increasingly personalized treatments, which is increasingly a target of modern medicine.

But most important is that it can also help prevent some diseases, preventing and modifying factors that can trigger them. Such as a balanced diet, avoid a sedentary lifestyle, among others. There will, however, strictly genetic diseases at birth with them, no way to avoid them.

Therefore, from 2003, was developed in the United States an initiative to promote among the population, the development of “Health Family Tree,” also called “Genogram” or “Family Health History”.

It started in some cities, focusing especially to the population having no access to expensive and sophisticated medical studies, required accurate, reliable and rapid diagnosis for which a “Family Health History” could be helpful as a additional information to enrich the “medical history” of the patient.
This initiative was spreading across the country and date of “Thanksgiving” American, was chosen also as the “Day of Family Health History” as a way of underlining the importance of this health tool. It has also been extended to some countries in Europe and South America.Not so in our country, where it has not yet spread.
Develop a “Family Health History” faces, however, some obstacles:
– The problems existing in the family health, not interpreted properly.
– That some family members want to keep private health problems
– That is well enough documented, it should have the information of 3 or 4 previous generations.
It has developed a symbolism for the development of “Health Family Tree”:
– Table – Men
– Circle – Women
– Rombo – Sex unidentified
– Cross symbols with a dotted line – Carriers disease
– Symbols in dark – Affected by Disease
– Symbols crossed a line – Deceased person
– Whole Lines – Direct Links
– Dotted lines – Adoptions
– The brothers of each generation are located in the largest left to younger right
The basic information to be included is:
a. In living relatives:
– Problems and suffering health disorders, including:
Heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, abortions, mental illness (depression, bipolar disorder, etc.), Suicide attempts, addictions, eating disorders, etc.
b. In deceased relatives:
– Date, age and cause of death.
features, which may be inherited may also be added such as: eye color, artistic qualities, temperament, musical ability, etc.
On the web, we find sites with programs that allow the construction of a “Family Tree Health”, a simple and practical way, as we refer below:

Chronological age , very often does not match the biological age because it is a fact that not all the same age.

There are many factors that can restarnos years and quality of life, including:
– Overweight or obese.
– Sedentary
– Stress
– Insufficient hours of sleep
– High cholesterol
– High blood pressure
– Smoke
– Drinking alcohol in excess
– Cardiovascular diseases
– Respiratory diseases
– Gastrointestinal Diseases
– Degenerative diseases such as diabetes
– Food high in fat and refined sugars
– Depression
– Labor or emotional Dissatisfaction

– Spending a lot of time behind the wheel

Taking care of our health, feeding properly, staying active, reading phen375 avis, among other things, increase our life expectancy, keeping away disease and doctors. Adopt a healthy lifestyle does not have to be a sacrifice, or boring; on the contrary it should be pleasant, because feeling good makes our mood improves, as the way we interact with others, and the vision we have of ourselves and life.

Top 10 movies for history students

The films transport us through space and time | Source: Universia

One of the great wonders of cinema is that it allows us to transport us through time and space.Most relevant events and the remotest periods in the history of humanity have been portrayed in countless films.  The past helps us to understand the present and what better way to find out that through these masterpieces of cinema.

Are you a student of history or would like to be? See below the 10 films you can not miss:, and you can see them on xmovies8 for the best quality.

1. Troy (2004)

Based on the poem “The Iliad” of Homer, the film starring Brad Pitt, Achilles skin, transports us to ancient Greece and the war that ended with the famous flames in the city of Troy.

2. The Pianist (2002)

Led by the sensational Roman Polanski, the film tells the moving story of a Polish Jewish musician who sees his world collapses with the arrival of the Nazis to power.

 

3. Argo (2010)

This film won its director and star, Ben Affleck, the Academy Award for Best Picture. The action takes place in November 1979 at the epicenter of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. A look back that allows us to better understand today in this troubled area.

 

4. 300 (2007)

Another impressive epic that depicts the Battle of Thermopylae that pitted Persians and Greeks in ancient times. The veracity of its special effects make it an unforgettable experience.

 

5. Schindler’s List (1993)

The poignant and multi-award winning film directed by Steven Spielberg is considered one of the most reliable portraits of the Nazi horror during World War II. Tells the story of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who saved the lives of nearly 1,100 Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

6. Invictus (2009)

Nelson Mandela was, without doubt, one of the most prominent political figures in history. To learn more about your career you recommend this film, which tells how the Rugby World Cup in South Africa organized an entire country joined in post apartheid.

 

7. Agora (2009)

The Spanish film directed by Alejandro Amenábar tells the story of a mathematical, philosopher and astronomer who was brutally murdered in the city of Alexandria in 391 AD.

8. The Last Emperor (1987)

The moving film of the 80s tells the story of Puyi, the last emperor of China who was crowned with just 3 years. However, more than 500 million people worshiped as a deity.

9. The King’s Speech (2010)

The film tells the true story of King George VI of England, who uses a recognized speech therapist to overcome a problem that has haunted all his life: stuttering.

10. The Last Samurai (2003)

Starring Tom Cruise, the film tells the story of Nathan Algren, a soldier of the United States Army coming to Japan in the Meiji Restoration, a transition period that ended the  Tokugawa Shogunate.

Brief History of Packaging: from prehistory to the present day

Itself a container main function: to preserve, contain, transport, inform, express, impact and protect the product it contains. Since ancient times there was always the need for conservation, from the heat of our body to a home or the ถุงซิป, in order to preserve and protect the passage of time, together with the evolution of technology, innovative packaging have been created based on a more demanding consumer every day, giving different uses, without forgetting its main function: to keep.

 

The history of man and the packaging has run in tandem , evolving the latter and being influenced according to events that have affected history.

In prehistoric man he was surrounded by natural containers protected and covered with fruits or other kinds of food.
In the paleolithic man consumed the products as was, and used natural containers such as tree trunks, rocks hollow, seashells, leaves, etc., and when modernized, started using products from animals such as skins, hair, bladder, etc. Seeing their usefulness sought to imitate them , adapting them and improving them as needed.

Man  Mesolithic stored his food baskets like containers, in the year 8000. C are already the first attempts made up of herbs intertwined and unfired clay pots and glass.

The man neolithic used metal and ceramic (earthenware vessels) containers, they produced a large number of vessels of clay shapes and sizes. Herodotus in 530 BC he writes that the Persians supplied the Egyptians water and wine in jars clay, which were collected and used again.

Greeks and Romans would use fabric boots and wooden barrels and bottles, jars and urns of baked clay. The glass was not known until 1500 BC In 79 AD the Romans used glass bottles, but because of its fragility preferred leather bags to carry large amounts of liquids and solids. According to Pliny wooden barrels were invented by the Alpine tribes.

In 1700 champagne packed in strong bottles and corks tight. In 1800 sold the first jam jar wide mouth and cartridges tin welded by hand for dry foods are used. The packaging industry and modern packaging was developed after the Second World War; and has for years with a number of persons employed or indirectly in the field, of over a hundred million. This has been growing development of packaging and ever new ways to train them and create them with different materials depending on their need have been.

A little history about bodybuilding in America

Remember a little history about bodybuilding lets us know as man has always worshiped her body for different reasons from the fact accentuate their physical to survive in a world of dangers and prehistory qualities going then has the fight for another type of securities where the force has also been estimated necessary in many cases.

Thus, the use weights as a method to develop muscle strength has a very ancient origin in various civilizations.

A little history about bodybuildingWeight lifting was and still remains a show of force already known in Washington DC personal trainer , in ancient Egypt and the barbarian tribes of Britain and Bermania , having however, as history better known training the body that performed in Classical Greece, where Greek athletes used weights to exercise and achieve development force.

With the passage of time and the arrival of the nineteenth century that brings humanity the industrial revolution and mechanization a new social order that makes the heart grow interest also begins physical culture .

According to historical record can be attributed to the French Hipolito Triat pioneering early studies were intended to achieve muscle development using weights, as he argued that it was not advisable to use large resistors despite highlighting the need for them.

These teachings were then extended by Louis Boumarcher also known as Professor Louis Attila , who managed to create a system with different exercises and established the principles of bodybuilding training, then he moved to New York and opening the gym Broadway instead would use to spread their theories throughout North America.

Others followed this path but who really laid the foundations of modern bodybuilding as a theoretical idea and practice is the Prussian Frederick Muller , an athlete of great physical strength and remarkable muscular development, who opened a gym in London in 1896 as professor of culture physics English king George V.

Samdow preferred training with heavy weights, since according to him the muscle development was related to the force employed and to achieve a good muscle volume proportional effort was made, was also interested in systematizing the number of sets and repetitions to be applied in each training.

All this makes become the founder of the current building, it followed in the twentieth century by the American Bob Hoffman with his Cork method of weight training, bodybuilding classic systems joining with others from weightlifting.

Since the last decades of the history of bodybuilding are marked by Joe Weider, editor of several publications and popular training methods by different systems and training techniques and nutrition

During the 80s became popular strength training with noncompetitive but general conditioning and aesthetic goals,

Today all this world of bodybuilding has evolved and a personal trainer is key to achieving the desired perfect body, emerging figures who have contributed to improving the quality of training Bodybuilder Jack LaLanne, vince Gironde, Sergio Oliva, Angelo Siciliano, between others.

The five oldest breeds of dogs in the world

Saluki

Here are 5 of the oldest breeds of dogs that exist, taken through the similarity of their DNA with that of wolves. Among the oldest dogs they are: Tibetan Terrier, Lhasa Apso, Shar Pei, Shih-Tzu, Akita, Shiba-inu, Alaska malamut, Siberian Husky and Samoyed addition to these 5 dogs that we present below, you can see more detail on https://flexpet.com/dog-pain-relievers/:

the Basenji

It is a breed of dog native to Africa. It is a primitive breed used for hunting and tracking. The basenjis have the unique feature of not bark, but they emit a curious sound-style yodeling (Yodel). It is recommended for households with adults. Although life keeps a restless and playful spirit, when it ends its growth stage becomes an excellent pet. Some reliefs of ancient Egypt representing basenjis with other breeds of dogs: hounds, greyhounds and others.

 

the Saluki

commonly known as the royal dog of Egypt, it is perhaps the oldest known breed of domesticated dog and the oldest of the greyhounds, a descendant of wolves is believed Ara desert. Bedouins have them in high esteem and used for hunting gazelles and as pets.

 

The Chow Chow

It is a breed of dog originating in China. The name “chow chow” come from the inscription tangerine ‘different merchandise “that was marked on the boxes containing the first dogs of this breed exported from China to England. To derive the word from a redoubling of the term “chow” which means “food” because this dog breed was baked in China, it is inaccurate since the term to describe this dog in Mandarin is “Songshi quǎn” which means “dog-lion swollen”.

 

the Pekinese

This small dog breed is a native of the east Asian, and is considered a deviation from the mythical fleecy dogs of Tibet. Derivation after derivation, the first official documentations in Korean engravings 4,000 years ago, and others of the eighth century immersed in the imperial court of China, in full H’ang dynasty known.

 

The Afghan Hound

It is a hunting dog from Afghanistan. It has a very long, fine and silky coat characteristic, which requires continuous care as it entangles, getting to lose its luster. It is considered one of the most intelligent breeds, positioned on the scale as number 79 according to S. Coren, author of “The Intelligence of Dogs”, but also capricious. An Afghan hound could pretend he does not know his master after having left a couple of afternoons on the patio, or not having given all the attention it demands.

The origin of this breed is possible that you are in the Saluki breed, which would come to Afghanistan through Persia. Already in Afghanistan, the Saluki need a more appropriate coat for the hostile climate of the mountains of this country, developing long coat that characterizes the current Afghan hound, and which today attracts many people who acquire dogs of this breed without keep in mind that you need very special care.

Some pills ‘miracle’ paper divide the Church in Brazil

When only a month ago, John Paul II gave to Brazil the first blessed of its history, Friar Galvao, Catholics exulted because, even though this country has the third of Catholics throughout Latin America, had not a candidate a saint. But what nobody imagined it is that the new Blessed was going to raise a division between progressive and conservative Church. And all because of some pills paper, carrying an invocation to the Virgin and, according to the faithful miracles. They are called pills of Friar Galvao and thousands made the nuns of the Immaculate Conception in Guaratinguetá, hometown of the new beato.El problem is that the Vatican was the first attributed to these pills of paper, which the faithful they swallow like a medicine, and were attributed miraculous powers. It was precisely the miracle recognized by the pope for the beatification of Friar Galvao. In 1990, 168 years after the death of the new Blessed, the girl Daniela Cristina Silva was hospitalized in critical condition because of a hepatitis. The family made the ninth Friar Galvao and made him swallow miracle pills to the girl, who was cured immediately. Since this miracle was recognized by the Vatican, the faithful and devotees of the new Blessed were released en masse to acquire the miracle pills.

It is estimated that more than three thousand people come every day to the monastery to get blessed pills, which are distributed free. Cardinal of the Diocese of Aparecida, Aloisio Lorscheider, where is located the convent of the nuns who manufacture paper cartuchitos swallows people asking all kinds of graces and miracles, has banned the distribution of the miraculous medicine. Lorscheider belongs to the progressive wing of the Church in Brazil and has two motivations for the ban: the fact is distracting to the nuns of their duties of prayer and meditation, then they do nothing all day to make pills paper and that the phenomenon could end up in pure superstition. The faithful devotees of Friar Galvao have taken up arms against the progressive cardinal. “Prohibiting the pill” they say, “is to kill the faith.”

Archbishop of São Paulo, Claudio Hummes, the conservative wing, has called fora compromise: that the manufacture of the miraculous pills in the sanctuary of Light, in his diocese, provided that the faithful delivered permitted clarification which explains that “pills alone will not cure , ” which requires that the swallow who is aware that what is faith healing. To avoid disruption of nuns, Archbishop of São Paulo has advised the faithful that they themselves build the Milagro Pastillas and nuns have had to reveal the formula they wrote in the paper that became pill. It is a Latin phrase that says: Post partum Virgo inviolata permansisti. Dei Genetrix, intercede pro nobis .

Adventure games outdoors for children to learn history

The Juan de Austria today square becomes a stage on which children will be the protagonists of adventure games Illusions of Columbus . Some activities that will bring the figure of the conqueror to the smallest, while enabling them to have fun and exercise.

One of the assemblies, Indigenous, is designed for children 4 to 6 years and involves a great game-Gymkhana, set in the time of Columbus. The other activity, Colonizers , is for children aged 7 to 9 years and is organized as a great game, also with decoration of the time of Columbus.

* Plaza Juan and many manufacturers commercial playground equipment of Austria. Today at 18.00 and 19.00. Price, 2 euros.

The history of Mauritius was not the result of a wild love of pasture.

The history of Mauritius was not the result of a wild love of pasture.

The life of this bull, contrary to the laws of nature, was conceived in a laboratory in the United States.

Veterinary experts from that country chose Nobel, a great bull breed Braunvieh, and Andrea, a powerful cow, to be his parents and give their best genetic traits.

But they never met. With special equipment, a Nobel gouged semen and Andrea, several eggs. After much analysis, they joined in a box Petre and in that small place glass Mauritius fathered the embryo that was frozen with liquid nitrogen at about 190 degrees Celsius.

By a twist of fate, microscopic bull was sold for about $ 300 and in a special thermo came to rest on a plane to Colombia and then to the Quisqueya farm in the savannas of Restrepo (Meta).

A veterinarian thawed and introduced into the womb of a cow mestiza, who loaded nine months and gave birth on October 6, 2001.

Mauricio was weighed 33 kilos and Libra. His surrogate mother suckled him as his own and he accepted their care, no gringos miss their parents, in the hot farm where he began to live with about 500 animals.

He had a privileged diet. two kilos of concentrate daily ate, gave full mineralized salt and swallowed his braquiaria will, protein rich grass.

He received as a young child all the necessary vaccines, including the disease, they chopped off the horns, marked it with a tattoo on his ear and put a nose ring.

At eight months, after weaning, Mauritius was an imposing brown calf skin and 293 kilos of meat. The portrait seemed Barcino.

They followed caring like a jewel until it reached 15 months and faced the test of his manhood. They took sperm to analyze that did not have any disease and locked him in a corral with 20 cows.He rode one to seven times a day.

And realized it would be a great stallion, chosen to expand in the country this species, whose ancestors lived 2,000 years before Christ.

Since then, Mauricio works riding cows. And instead of traveling in a truck to the slaughterhouse it passes from fair to fair.

The bull has exhibited his muscles sansón in Puerto Lopez, Bucaramanga and Bogota, where he won in 2003 Agroexpo the award for best young bull race. luxury, contrary is given to breed bulls, applauded and live out these forays.

When you return to Quisqueya, he is dedicated to him. They put by seasons with 30 or 40 cows in a pasture. It is both his love for work one day he escaped from his paddock to pursue a heifer.

But not all children are the product of their love affairs. For his fame, like his father, he extracted his semen. You approach a cow and when he will ride him divert their member and take it to a plastic, hot vagina, where ejaculates deceived.

Sell his semen frozen in straws, to 12,000 pesos in the shop & Braunvieh Association Pardo Suizo in Bogota, from where thermoses filled at different parts of the country for artificial insemination.

Thanks to science, Mauritius has with cows not known about 300 children in Caqueta, the Coast, the Middle Magdalena and Santander.

That is the hard life of Mauritius, which already weighs 925 kilos, measuring almost three meters long and its back reaches a meter off the ground.

Earlier this month he was given a small license work and away from the cows to concentrate on a special competence.

In a corral, with concentrated food and silage corn was desestresó. Last week, in a comfortable truck, he traveled to Bogota, Agroexpo Fair, where he sleeps on a bed of hay.

Saturday was their day. He went on trial hairstyle track with bristle brushes horsehair; bathed in baby oil; with helmets painted with black spray and tail combed lacquer.

Just appeared with bright muscles like a bodybuilder, all eyes stole. His demeanor, his large feet, made the jury proclaimed him as a great champion, among all his race.

The new title will increase the prestige to Mauritius, which although is not for sale can cost more than 20 million pesos. He seems not to care much about his fame. His gaze is always calm and walk slow, like a prehistoric beast.

With his trophies, the champion will return this weekend to his farm to continue doing his duty: riding cows.

Although his talent can live another ten years, Mauritius not escape the fate of all of their species. And old will be taken in a truck to the slaughterhouse and become a delicious steak.

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Click on the names below to learn more about some 
of the primary ancestors featured in this website.

Peter Reinhart

(1787-1873)

Maria Anna Hartlaub

(1791-1833)

Teresia Reinhart

(1816-1862)

Peter Reinhart, Jr.

(1818-1886)

John Karl Reinhart

(1825-1914)

Thomas Reinhart

(1830-1879)

Martin Reinhart

(1832-1903)

Joseph T. Reinhart

(1870-1938)

John A. Reinhart

(1878-1942)

Peter W. Reinhart

(1857-1905)

Henry Reinhart

(1867-1918)

Linus Reinhart

(1892-2003)

Theodore Reinhart

(1894-1963)

Simon Reinhart

(1906-1953)

Barbara Mary Reinhart

(1909-1988)

Lloyd Lafontaine

(1914-1994)

Christina Lafontaine

(1917-2003)

Eugene Reinhart

(1938-2002)


Linus Reinhart passed away on June 14, 2003.  
At 110 years old, he was the oldest man in Ohio 
and the second-oldest man in the United States.  

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