WWW Resources - Hispanic American Resources
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Hispanic America USA
This site offers information on Latino and Hispanic Americas, links to WWW resources, opportunities for contributions to the site, book reviews, and links for children.
Hispanic Americans in Congress: 1822-1955
This site, available via the Library of Congress, provides biographical and political information about Hispanics who served in Congress for the dates listed above.
Latin American Network Information Center
The Institute of Latin American Studies, from the University of Texas at Austin, offers a comprehensive set of links for Latin American research.
Spain, the United States, and the American Frontier: Historias Paralelas
"The site features maps, rare books, manuscripts, prints and photographs, and motion pictures from the Library of Congress. These selected items relate to Spanish influence and interaction with other cultures existing in the geographic areas of North America, the Caribbean, and present-day Mexico between 1492-1898. Bilingual, English/Spanish access is provided throughout the site whenever possible. An interface with search and browse by Subjects, Titles, Geographic Locations features, supports navigation to 118 maps, two rare books, and one book from the United States Congressional Serial Set. In addition, links are offered to eight relevant American Memory collections and three Exhibitions from the Library of Congress. The American Memory format emphasizes direct access to primary source materials via specialized search and browse list tools for each collection. The Exhibitions format features a blend of historical context and images of historical treasures which have been displayed at the Library of Congress."
The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures
The Library of Congress National Digital Library has created this resource offering links to motion pictures and sound recordings.
Texas, Texans and the Alamo
View online exhibits relating to Texas history at this site affiliated with the University of Texas at Austin Library Online.