Latinx

  • The Mexican Museum

    The Mexican Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution | Jun 23, 2021

    The resource voices the complexity and richness of Mexican, Chicano, Hispanic, Mexican-American, and Latino experiences throughout the Americas.
  • The Land Divided, The World United: Building the Panama Canal

    Linda Hall Library | Jun 23, 2021

    The resource offers a brief history of the building of the Canal as seen through the eyes of A.B. Nichols,...
  • Refugee History

    Benjamin Thomas White, Editor; Becky Taylor, Co-Editor; Hari Reed, Research and Co-Editor; Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge, Founding Co-Editor | Jun 22, 2021

    The resource is a site and interactive network for journalists, policy-makers, lawyers, NGOs, students, activists, academics, writers, artists, and anyone...
  • SMU Libraries Digital Collections

    Southern Methodist University Libraries | Jun 21, 2021

    The resource is home to 98 collections of digital photographs, recordings, paintings, letters, postcards, documents, films, newspapers, yearbooks, oral histories, and...
  • Elizabeth Blackwell’s Legacy

    National Library of Medicine | Jun 17, 2021

    The resource allows students to explore diverse careers and accomplishments of more than three hundred American women physicians.
  • Nineteenth–Century Disability

    Karen Bourrier, Boston University, Project Director; Christopher Keep, Project Advisor, Western University | Jun 10, 2021

    The resource is an interdisciplinary collection of primary texts and images about physical and cognitive disability in the long nineteenth century.
  • Latin American Travelogues

    James N. Green, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, and Patricia Figueroa | Jun 8, 2021

    The resource is a digital collection of Latin American travel accounts written in the 16th through 19th centuries.
  • Historic Mexican and Mexican American Press

    University of Arizona University Libraries | Jun 1, 2021

    The resource includes publications from Tucson, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sonora, Mexico, from the mid–1800s to the 1970s.
  • By the People Transcription Campaigns

    Library of Congress | May 28, 2021

    The resource invites the public to transcribe, review, and tag digitized pages from Library of Congress collections.
  • Early Images of Latin America

    Tulane University Digital Library | May 25, 2021

    The resource provides over 1,800 images from the Latin American Library's Image Archive documenting people, places, landscapes, urban and rural scenes...
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