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  • Writer's pictureBrittany Tignor

Spanish Empire

Updated: Mar 19, 2021

  • Hispanic Exploration: Library of Congress.

  • BIBLIOTECA DIGITAL HISPÁNICA: BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA. Digital collections from the National Library in Spain. Includes text, art, maps, music, etc.

  • Digital Library of the Caribbean. Includes maps, newspapers, legal documents, etc. from the countries in the Caribbean.

  • Theological Commons Latin America Collection: Princeton Theological Seminary. "The Latin America Collection at Princeton Theological Seminary, enhanced by the donated library of President Emeritus John A. Mackay in 1983, comprises over 28,000 books in Spanish and Portuguese and 1,300 periodicals supporting instruction and research in Latin American religious culture. The Library’s collecting concentration on religion and theology in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America is closely interwoven with Latin American collecting at Princeton University."

  • Viva Mexico: The University of Utah. "In recognition of the 200th anniversary of Mexican Independence and the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, the Rare Books Division presents a selection of Mesoamerican manuscript facsimiles; 16th through 19th century first and early editions of books that document México’s history of encounter, conquest, conversion, conflict, resolution and revolution; and 20th and 21st century artists’ books celebrating México’s artistic and literary heritage."

  • Exploring the Early Americas: Library of Congress. "Exploring the Early Americas features selections from the more than 3,000 rare maps, documents, paintings, prints, and artifacts that make up the Jay I. Kislak Collection at the Library of Congress."

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