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In 1821, Anglo settlers migrated to Texas en masse. Discover the profound impact this movement had on the relationship between whites and hispanic Tejanos. [...] »

Ever wondered about the wartime experiences of Latinos and Latinas? VOCES seeks to help remedy the gap in U.S. popular historical narrative. [...] »

Explore the stories of California's diverse immigrant groups through essays, photographs, and their own words. [...] »

Washington State educators, bring diversity and reform activism into your classroom with resources on this civil rights movement. [...] »

Spain pursuing its own goals against Great Britain. [...] »

Learn about Hispanic culture with the Juan B. Rael collection of upper Rio Grande folk music. [...] »

If you need primary sources on the Spanish in North America, try this site. [...] »

Peruse maps of Spanish and Portuguese colonization, exploration, and military ventures. [...] »

Check out this site to see "how the West was won." [...] »

If you were a pioneer, what would you have to say about your schooling? Students take up their pens and invoke their democratic freedom of the press. [...] »