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Table of Contents
This Libguide includes the following:
- Journal Articles and Databases
- Newspapers and Archival Resources
- Brazil Rare Books
- Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts
- Twentieth-Century Travel Accounts
- Archives, Manuscripts, and Maps
- Open Access Resources
How to Begin Your Research
The Latin American & Caribbean Collection (LACC)
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The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida has one of the most important collections regarding the Caribbean, Brazil, and Latin America.
Amerique Meridionale, 1840
Digital South American Collections of the University of Florida
Other Useful Links Related to the Libraries
Definition of Open Access
Open Access are scholarly resources that are digital, online, and free. The digital repositories listed here are not peer reviewed but contain holdings of renowned academic institutions.
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