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"The Colorado Chicano Movement Portal is a gateway to historical collections and primary sources documenting the Chicano civil rights movement in Colorado. It provides access to archival materials about Chicano history in libraries, archives, and museums across the state. Explore photographs, manuscripts, films, oral histories, and artifacts from the Chicano story in Colorado."
"This online collection contains a selection of photographs, maps, broadsides, architectural drawings and other documents from the collections of the Western History and Genealogy Department and the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library, chronicling the people, places, and events that shaped the settlement and growth of the Western United States.
The work of many outstanding photographers is represented and the collection includes images of Native Americans, pioneers, railroads, mining, Denver and Colorado towns, the Rocky Mountain News, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, the 10th Mountain Division ski troops and many more. New images are continually being added chronicling the ongoing development of the Western United States."
"Explore Colorado’s past through the archives, artifacts, and photographs of the History Colorado Collection." Search relevant subject headings, such as: Subject headings: migrant agricultural laborers; migrant labor; agricultural laborers; beet sugar industry; Mexican Americans--Colorado.
"The Bracero History Archive collects and makes available the oral histories and artifacts pertaining to the Bracero program, a guest worker initiative that spanned the years 1942-1964. Millions of Mexican agricultural workers crossed the border under the program to work in more than half of the states in America." Includes oral histories, images, and documents.
"The photographs in the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Photograph Collection form an extensive pictorial record of American life between 1935 and 1944. This U.S. government photography project was headed for most of its existence by Roy E. Stryker, who guided the effort in a succession of government agencies: the Resettlement Administration (1935-1937), the Farm Security Administration (1937-1942), and the Office of War Information (1942-1944)." To find Colorado examples, search keywords such as: sugar beet Colorado; Mexican Colorado; Spanish Colorado; migrant Colorado. Many photographs are in the public domain (https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/071_fsab.html).
This site was purchased by the Library from its original curator in 2014 and made available as a curated collection for educational purposes. Unfortunately, we do not currently have access to high resolution images, nor do we hold copyright at the file level. Therefore we cannot extend permission for reuse or reproduction. Reuse of the material is dependent on your investigation of any existing copyright claim, and/or at your own risk.
"Voces Oral History Center is dedicated to recording and disseminating the stories of US Latinas and Latinos and weaving the many perspectives into our historical narrative at the national, state and local levels." Produced by the Moody College of Communication.