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This guide is a parting point for our most important resources. For remote work the following tabs are the most important:
1. Journals and Articles
2. Newspapers-digitized newspapers
3. Current event resources
4. Statistical Resources and Data Sets
This is a great resource if you are doing research on twentieth and twentieth century Latin America. This guide points you to oral histories related to life in the Panama Canal during the twentieth century, to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, to the history of the Jewish Community in El Salvador, to feminism in Mexico and Chile, and to the experience of Latinx students at UF.
The Cuban American Dream Timeline explores the reasons behind the immigration of Cubans to Florida from the sixteenth to the twentieth-first century, the pressure that such immigration brought to local and state governments, the reactions of Floridian communities to Cuban immigrants, the ways in which Cuban immigrants adapted to their new reality, and the contribution of Cuban immigration to Florida. In the tab "Themes" the guide highlights the most important topics included in the online exhibit.The timeline is a great resource for those studying the Cold War, the Cuban Revolution or U.S.-Cuban relations.
Although this guide was created for a specific class, it includes a wealth of information on colonial Latin American resources. We especially suggest the tab "Open Access Resources" for links to digital repositories all around the world to colonial Latin American content.