Dr. José Julio Henna

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Julio J. Henna

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José Julio Henna Pérez
Julio J. Henna at the Puerto Rican Revolutionary Committee in New York in 1895
Born24 May 1848
Ponce, Puerto Rico
Died2 February 1924
Ponce, Puerto Rico
NationalityPuerto Rican
EducationColumbia University
Years active1872 – 1924
Known forCo-founder of the New York City French Hospital,
Co-founder of the Puerto Rico section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party in New York
Medical career
ProfessionPhysician
InstitutionsNew York City French HospitalBellevue Hospital.

Julio J. Henna was a Puerto Rican physician and political figure. Henna participated in the founding of the Puerto Rico Section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party in New York. He later supported the annexation of Puerto Rico to the United States.[1]

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Early years

Jose Julio Henna Perez[2] was born at 24 Isabel street in Ponce, Puerto Rico,[1] on 24 May 1848.[3] His parents were Jose Henna Darricot – an Englishman – and Maria del Rosario Perez y Garcia, a Puerto Rican member of the privileged upper class.[3]

Political incursion

Julio J. Henna (seated, center) shown with the Puerto Rican Revolutionary Committee in New York in 1895

When he was twenty years old, Henna designed a plan to liberate Puerto Rico from Spanish colonialism. The plan failed when the authorities discovered it and he was jailed as a result. However, he was set free through the general amnesty which followed the Spanish revolution, which also ended the reign of Queen Isabel II. In spite of this, in 1869 General Sanz stated to Henna that it would be best if he left the Island. Henna moved to New York and studied medicine at Columbia University, earning his medical degree on 23 February 1872.[4] From New York, Henna continued to support the cause of independence for Puerto Rico.[5]

Career

In 1880, Henna founded, together with Drs. Chauveau, Deberceau, Muvial, and Ferrer, the New York City French Hospital at 330 West 30th street.[6] He became medical director of the institution and was a member of the medical faculty at Bellevue Hospital.[6]

Death

Henna died in Ponce on 2 February 1924.[7]

Legacy

A street in the town of Ponce is named after Dr. Julio H. Henna. It intersects Calle Dr. Virgilio Biaggi, in the Extension Mariani sector of Barrio Canas Urbano.[7] A gold pendant believed to have belonged to Ponce area cacique Agueybana, and acquired by Dr. Henna, was displayed at the Gabinete de Lectura de Ponce around 1910, and is currently on display at the Smithsonian Institution.[8]

See also

References

  1. Jump up to:a b Encyclopedia Puerto Rico. Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ From Colonia to Community: The History of Puerto Ricans in New York City. Virginia Sánchez Korrol. Page 67. University of California Press. 1983. Retrieved 8 January 2014.
  3. Jump up to:a b Lorenzo A. Balasquide. Medicos Notables del Antaño Ponceño. Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1984. Page 39.
  4. ^ Lorenzo A. Balasquide. Medicos Notables del Antaño Ponceño. Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1984. Page 40.
  5. ^ Las Fiestas Populares de Ponce y La Villa de Ponce. Ramon Marin. 1875. Ponce, Puerto Rico: Imprenta El Vapor. 72 pages. (Reprinted September 1994. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. 281 pages. Page 15.[Socorro Girón. “Ramon Marin y su Tiempo.” (foreword)]) Retrieved 23 July 2012.
  6. Jump up to:a b Lorenzo A. Balasquide. Medicos Notables del Antaño Ponceño. Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1984. Page 41.
  7. Jump up to:a b Lorenzo A. Balasquide. Medicos Notables del Antaño Ponceño. Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1984. Page 42.
  8. ^ Ponce: Notas para su historia. Mariano Vidal Armstrong. Oficina Estatal de Conservacion Historica. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1989. page 8. Accessed 19 February 2018.

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Dr. José Julio Henna, Sotero Figueroa and Roberto H. Todd: Leaders of the Puerto Rican Section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party    Líderes de la Sección Puertorriqueña del Partido Revolucionario Cubano
Dr. José Julio Henna, Sotero Figueroa and Roberto H. Todd: Leaders of the Puerto Rican Section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party Líderes de la Sección Puertorriqueña del Partido Revolucionario Cubano

New York-Washington-Puerto Rico

New York-Washington-Puerto Rico: 1898-1899

In July 1898, Hostos came to the United States to try to forestall the American annexation of Puerto Rico, but by the time he arrived in New York, an expeditionary force had already left to invade the island.  In New York, Hostos founded the League of Patriots.     Read More…         (En Español)

Arturo Alfonso Schomburg: 1874-1938Bibliophile born in Puerto Rico, a key intellectual in the Harlem Renaissance, who was a member of the Puerto Rican Section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party Bibliófilo puertorriqueño y destacado intelectual del Renacimiento de Harlem, que formó parte de la Sección Puertorriqueña del Partido Revolucionario CubanoManuel Zeno Gandía: 1855-1930Doctor, novelist, newspaper publisher and author of scientific papers Médico, novelista, editor de periódico y autor de trabajos científicosThe commissioners of Cuba, Philippines and Puerto Rico in Washington, inJanuary 1999, after the Spanish American War of 1898                        Los comisionados de Cuba, Las Filipinas y Puerto Rico en Washington, en enero de 1999, después de la Guera Hispano-Americana de 1898Dr. Manuel Zeno Gandía, Eugenio M. de Hostos and Dr. J. J. Henna:Puerto Rican Commission that met with President McKinley in 1899 Comisión Puertorriqueña que se reunió con el Presidente McKinley en 1899
Dr. José Julio Henna, Sotero Figueroa and Roberto H. Todd: Leaders of the Puerto Rican Section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party Líderes de la Sección Puertorriqueña del Partido Revolucionario Cubano

He later headed the Puerto Rican Commission that met with President William McKinley in Washington to petition rights for Puerto Ricans, with no results.  He went back to the island and established his residence in his native Mayagüez.  There Hostos founded the Municipal Institute, which had a school for children, a program of Saturday lectures, and an evening school for workers.  Hostos tried to promote a unified response to the American military regime through The League of Patriots.  But the political parties did not support his proposals.  By the end of the year, he accepted an invitation from Dominican President Horacio Vázquez to work again on education in that country

En el 1898, Hostos vino a los Estados Unidos para tratar de evitar la anexión norteamericana de Puerto Rico, pero cuando llegó a Nueva York, ya había salido una expedición militar a invadir la isla.  En Nueva York, Hostos fundó la Liga de Patriotas.   Algunos meses después, presidió la Comisión Puertorriqueña que se reunió con el Presidente William MacKinley en Washington para peticionar por los derechos de los puertorriqueños, sin lograr resultado alguno.  Regresó a la isla y estableció su residencia en Mayagüez, su ciudad natal.  Allí fundó el Instituto Municipal, que tenía una escuela para niños, un programa de conferencias sabatinas y una escuela nocturna para trabajadores.  Hostos intentó lograr que se diera una respuesta unitaria al régimen militar norteamericano mediante La Liga de Patriotas.  Pero los partidos políticos no apoyaron sus propuestas.  A final de año, aceptó una invitación del presidente dominicano Horacio Vázquez para trabajar nuevamente en el sistema educativo de ese país.

Dr. Julio J. Henna

Villa Palmera Calle Henna Esq
San Juan, PR 00925
(School attendance zone shown in map)
Tel: (787)726-4803SAVE SCHOOL

  • Dr. Julio J. Henna serves 294 students in grades Kindergarten-5.
  • The percentage of students achieving proficiency in Math is 25-29% (which is lower than the Puerto Rico state average of 36%) for the 2016-17 school year. The percentage of students achieving proficiency in Reading/Language Arts is 15-19% (which is lower than the Puerto Rico state average of 48%) for the 2016-17 school year.
  • Dr. Julio J. Henna placed in the bottom 50% of all schools in Puerto Rico for overall test scores (math proficiency is bottom 50%, and reading proficiency is bottom 50%) for the 2016-17 school year.
  • The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is higher than the Puerto Rico state level of 13:1.

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