A collection of cultural magazines.
More than 700 digitized pamphlets documenting a century of Bolivian literate culture, beginning in 1848.
Collection of digitized cultural magazines published in Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador and Puerto Rico during the period between 1880 and 1930. DFG viewer allows for enlargement of images.
Presents materials from church and parish archives in Brazil, Colombia, Cuba and Spanish Florida.
Provides access to unique primary sources on 19th-century Colombian history and culture. The result of a half-century of collecting on three continents, the collection is one of the largest and most wide-ranging in the United States. Materials are grouped into three separate types: broadsides, 1825-1972; pamphlets (including novenas), 1785-1969; and programas, 1819-1914.
Provides access to both the French originals and the English translations of key primary sources (pamphlets).
Includes digital versions of Salvadoran national literature (via the Biblioteca Nacional de El Salvador link).
"This Archive is arranged in accordance with the professional archival principles of provenance and original order to reflect the Guatemalan National Police administrative structure, and understanding that structure is a valuable way to start."
Scarce and unique 19th century pamphlets, "addressed to fellow citizens ... document the emergence of the Latin American colonies as independent states and illuminate aspects of their populations' social and cultural life."
Began in 2010 through the efforts of four major Mexican cultural institutions: Archivo General de la Nación, Biblioteca Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), Centro de Estudios de Historia de México CEHM- Carso, and Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes.
“… the first public library in colonial Mexico, and is sometimes considered the first in the Americas.”—Wikipedia.
Digitized encyclopedias of Mexican traditional medicine and medicinal plants, including ethnographic information about Mexican indigenous groups.
Held by the Benson Library, UT-Austin, and other libraries.
Bolaños was president of Nicaragua from 2002 to 2007. "In addition to the collection of historical documents of the Presidency of Enrique Bolaños, the FEB will also make available a large body of important historical and educational documents and collections from various periods in Nicaraguan history." Includes the most complete collection of primary sources pertaining to the period of Nicaraguan history in the mid-19th century known as The National War (La Guerra Nacional), 100 issues of the Revista Conservadora published in the 1960´s, and a collection of Nicaraguan laws, from 1821 (Independence) through 1888.
The collection comprises 11 monographs scanned from printed copies and 39 political pamphlets and 2 monographs and a journal scanned from microfilm.
"A specialized collection of works about democracy in Latin America ... with free access to the library’s twenty thousand titles."