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Hispanic Heritage

This site provides teaching resources on Hispanic heritage. Choose from topics such as Música del Pueblo, Mexican America, Latino Voices in American Art, or many others. Explore links to interactive exhibits, lesson plans, and to the National Museum of American
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This site provides teaching resources on Hispanic heritage. Choose from topics such as Música del Pueblo, Mexican America, Latino Voices in American Art, or many others. Explore links to interactive exhibits, lesson plans, and to the National Museum of American History, which shows Hispanic artifacts.

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