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Hispanic Americans -- History

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View Resource UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Established in 1969, the Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA places a premium on "interdisciplinary and collaborative research that analyzes issues critical to the knowledge of Chicano and Latino communities in the United States." Visitors to their site will find information on their ongoing research projects, such as the Mexican-American Study Project, a 30-year longitudinal and...
View Resource Places Reflecting America's Diverse Cultures: A Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary

This marvelous travel itinerary was created by the National Park Service's Heritage Education Services, in cooperation with the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers. The itinerary features over 150 exciting destinations that represent the broad range of the cultural heritage of the United States. This site includes descriptions of each site, thematic essays, and maps. There...
View Resource Latino USA

Created in 1992, Latino USA remains the longest running Latino-focused program on radio. Its team is dedicated to reporting stories about "diversity, culture, civic dialogue and how people live (and struggle) with difference." The show is hosted by Maria Hinojosa, and visitors to the site can listen to the latest installment of the program or download podcasts. The Special Reports area includes...

View Resource Hispanic Reading Room: Online Collections

The Hispanic Reading Room site from the Library of Congress brings together over a dozen digital collections crafted from primary and secondary source materials related to Luso-Hispanic cultural history. The collections offered on this site include the Kraus Collection of Sir Francis Drake as well as a collection on Puerto Rico and the Dawn of the Modern Age. This last area contains a small...