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Entre Mariposas Entre Mariposas ("Among Butterflies") is the third solo album by Mexican singer Yuridia.
Entre Mariposas Released in late 2007, the album quickly shot up the charts and peaked at number 1, her third album to do so, despite competition from Shakira and RBD. "Entre Mariposas" was the best selling album at the Mexican music store Mixup for five consecutive weeks.
Entre Mariposas The album was highly publicized for being the singer's first work to contain new material, penned by Reyli, Ilan Chester, Mario Domm and herself.
Entre Mariposas In the Latin US market, Yuridia debuted at number 13, her highest charting album. "Entre Mariposas" also charted in the top ten of the "Heatseekers" chart.
Entre Mariposas The album's first single, Ahora Entendí (written by both Yuridia and Camila frontman Mario Domm), was the fastest rising single of the year, debuting in the lower half of the Mexican Top 100 and reaching the top 40 in three weeks. The single is also Yuridia's first to feature an official music video. Weeks later, "Ahora Entendi" reached the #1 Peak.
Entre Mariposas The second single, Yo Por Él, peaked at #1 on the Mexican charts.
Entre Mariposas The third single, En Su Lugar, was the principal theme of the soap opera "Secretos del alma" of TV Azteca.
Rancho Las Mariposas After playing his part in the Bear Flag Revolt in 1846, John C. Frémont, soldier, explorer, and (later) presidential candidate, decided to settle down in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1847 he sent $3,000 to the U.S. consul to the Territory of California, Thomas O. Larkin, to buy a ranch near Mission San José. Despite clear instructions, for some reason, Larkin purchased Rancho Las Mariposas in the southern Sierra Nevada foothills from Juan B. Alvarado. To Frémont this was worthless land, over one hundred miles from the nearest settlement, had no farms or ranch lands, and was already inhabited by hostile Indians. Frémont demanded the ranch near the Mission San Jose or his money back. Larkin did not act, and from 1847 to 1848 Frémont was in Washington defending himself at a court-martial.
Rancho Las Mariposas Frémont never worked the mines himself but preferred to lease the mines to different entities. Frémont hired Palmer, Cook & Co., San Francisco bankers, to organize the Mariposa Mining Co. in 1850.
Rancho Las Mariposas With the cession of California to the United States following the Mexican-American War, the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo provided that the land grants would be honored. As required by the Land Act of 1851, a claim for Rancho Las Mariposas was filed with the U.S. Board of Land Commissioners in 1852, who confirmed Frémon's title, according to the survey, which he, himself, had made. On appeal to the U. S. District Court, the decision of the Board was reversed and Frémont's lawyers immediately appealed the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. In December 1854, the U. S. Supreme Court remanded his case back to the District Court, declaring the claim valid and ordering an official survey, and the grant was patented to John C. Frémont in 1856.