Recent additions to our web site are announced here.
If you visited us before and want to know what has changed, look
5, 2012: Gral.
Oscar Escobar Quiroga: Recuerdos
9, 2008: Adoracion de
San Salvador in Milpitas y San Jose 2007
27, 2007: Calendario
November 21, 2007:
Festival de Piano 2007
August 15, 2007:
Contest 2004 - 2007
Google™ search reconstructs history
Newspaper Clippings of Church Official Reopening
Announcement of Church Official Reopening
Announcement of festival Nacional de Piano 2006
4, 2005: Calendar
26, 2005: Festival
Nacional de Piano Totora 2005
Festival de Piano
2005 - 2
6, 2005: Church
Epizana (el Cruce),
by Shahid Mujtaba
October 8, 2004: About the Piano Festival 2004,
"Habían 200 pianos",
Cierre de telón
and status on
Church by Jose Novillo.
January 31, 2004:
Pictures from Carlos Arandia.
25, 2004: Colompios 2003,
All Souls' Day 2003,
Piano Recital by
Herminia Escobar, and Daby engaging in New Year's Eve
tradition of making Pastilles.
Pictures from Adrianne Rivas.
11, 2003: Ultimas
Noticias page added.
3, 2003: Nativity Scene Christmas 2001 by Herminia Escobar
- December 2, 2003: Church Photographs 2003 by Mario Murato
29, 2003: New Page Totora Elders
- October 18, 2003: About the
Flying Women of Totora
- October 11, 2003: Additional photographs added to
page dedicated to some Totoreno descendants related to Webmaster.
- October 4, 2003: Due to movement of servers at the
web hosting company, some guest book messages were lost, but
fortunately it was possible to recover them.
Thank you for your comments!!
- September 29, 2003:
Pictures of Totora by Napoleon Unzueta
- September 25, 2003: The home page has been visited
3000 times since the site was launched on August 6, 2002.
- September 9, 2003:
Pictures courtesy of Juan Quiroga.
- July 9, 2003: Description of the Coat of Arms of Totora.
- June 7, 2003: An article on Totora (La
Plastica Totorena) from Los Tiempos newspaper forwarded
by a kind reader.
- January 10, 2003: Google links to photos of
Totora in 1959
taken by the late Prof. Hans Ross of the Max Planck
Institute of Germany while on an expedition to collect wild
- January 1, 2003: Showing the festival of San
Salvador, pictures from videotapes taken in 2000-2001 showing the events over a
two day period with a mixture of traditional and modern
customs, and Daby, La Mascota del Web de Totora, doing the
- December 16, 2002: Showing the festival of San
taken in 1998-99 showing the parade and cast of
characters; photos from June 24 Founder's Day Celebrations.
Site has been reorganized so that the English and Spanish
pages are in one web.
- November 1, 2002: Additions of Sra Beatriz
Escobar-Mujtaba recognition as a teacher (Spanish)
and press clipping about her
15 ft Bolivian Corn
Plants (English); a revamping of the New Year's
adoration of San Salvador
for faster loading;
of Totora and Rooster
Fight by Betto Merida; photographs of
webmaster's newest niece.
- September 24, 2002: Major update to Totora website
including Solar Cooking and a gallery of photos of
some Totoreno descendants
related to the webmaster.
See the press release for
detailed changes since the August 6, 2002 announcement.
- September 4, 2002: More pictures added to picture
gallery including selected
Totora descendants, and about
Jose G Caero in English
and Jose G Caero in Spanish,
and Hernan Rivera
Unzueta; also a page of other Totora
links, including articles on the Earthquake, and doors
- August 17, 2002: More pictures added to picture
gallery including the Coat
of Arms of Totora, and
document; also about Gral. Oscar Escobar Quiroga,
Sr. Jose Novillo,
and Sra Beatriz
- August 6, 2002:
Totora.org Establishes Internet Presence
press release for