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Hispanic History and Culture

Owning Institution: Huntington Library

About this Collection

Representing a fraction the Library’s extensive holdings of original sources in Hispanic history, these digitized materials span in time and coverage from Colonial Mexico to twentieth-century California. Subjects include the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and the migrant experience; religion, cultural life and ethnicity in Colonial Mexico; and early Spanish observations on the natural history of the Americas. Materials are drawn from personal letters, ecclesiastical records, and scholarly treatises. This section of the Huntington Digital Library is growing, and additional materials from other collections are to follow. View this collection on the contributor's website.

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