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What’s NewMexican Heritage Project
This assortment of images was selected to share a broad sampling of the images collected as part of the Mexican Heritage Project. These photographs portray a wide range of subjects, including formal studio portraits of individuals and groups, street scenes, parades, wedding portraits, interiors, ranch scenes, musical groups, workers, theatrical productions, school class photos, and casual family snapshots.
Spotlight OnSan Luis Takes Its Place in Arizona's History - The Migrant Worker Experience
This collection of oral histories and photographs provides insight into a part of the history of Yuma County Arizona that has been overlooked. The interviewees are Mexicans and Anglo-Americans who settled in the southern towns of Yuma County, primarily in San Luis. They came to farm the land as Braceros, migrant field workers, and homesteaders and they stayed to play an important role in the history and development of Arizona.
Visit Arizona Digital Newspaper Program
The years 1859-1922 represent a time when Arizona grew up. A broad documentation of this valuable history can be found in the newspapers of the day. In accordance with their mission to ensure that Arizona's history is documented and preserved, and in joint effort with the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress, The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records is proud to contribute to the National Digital Newspaper Program by digitizing select Arizona newspaper titles from this vital time in history in preparation for global online access. Visit http://adnp.azlibrary.gov/