Includes documents from Relaciones Geograficas collection about the Spanish conquest of Middle America dating from 1578-1586; documentary photographs of daily life in Chihuahuan village in 1983; documents from the 2001 Zapatista "Marcha por dignidads;" and more.
This digital collection from SMU's DeGolyer Library contains many items related to the Mexican Revolution. Each item includes any information and details about Mexico and Mexican history that are available.
This digital collection from SMU's DeGolyer Library portrays the landscape, people, and technology of Peru and Bolivia in the late 19th century, and includes a set of photographs of St. Pierre, Martinique, before and after the eruption of Mt. Pelee in 1902.
Under the heading "Collections" you'll find the A.B. Nichols Panama Canal Collection. The Bulk of the materials in these notebooks and albums were collected/created by A.B. Nichols, from 1906-1917, with additional material added by Nichols during his retirement years, as late as 1923. Nichols was an engineer at the canal.
A cooperative digital library for resources from and about Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. Includes newspapers, official documents, economic data, maps, histories, travel accounts, literature, artifacts, and more. Includes a link to a collection of materials on the Panama Canal.
Dating from the 1820s to 1922, the broadsides are primarily Guatemalan, with a smaller number from Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Many pertain to national and local politics and include election materials, political manifestos, and government pronouncements. From the Kenneth Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas.
Organizational records of several San Antonio and Texas-based organizations founded with the goal of promoting awareness and improved relations between the U.S. and Latin America. Document dates range from 1909-2009.
A joint project from the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries and the Panama Canal Museum. Materials include objects, yearbooks, photographs, artwork from indigenous peoples, newspapers, and ephemera.
A joint project of the Center of Greater Southwestern Studies and the Library at the University of Texas at Arlington, the project currenlty examines two events: the Battle of Monterrey and the Polkos Revolt.
Full image historical and primary source documents from Mexico (including Texas/Tejas), Latin America and the Caribbean. Includes manuscripts, signed letters, expedition records, maps, diaries, historical newspapers & monographs, pamphlets, Department of State diplomatic records and more. Collected from archives in U.S. and Europe. Materials in English, Spanish, Portuguese and other languages.