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National Museum of American History: A Vision of Puerto Rico

A virtual look at a wide ranging mix of art and artifacts that visually represent Puerto Rico's culture and history. With thematic overviews of everyday life on the island, music, families, and religion along with many useful educational extras that
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A virtual look at a wide-ranging mix of art and artifacts that visually represent Puerto Rico's culture and history. With thematic overviews of everyday life on the island, music, families, and religion along with many useful educational extras that underscore the skill and imagination of Puerto Rican artists. Includes a glossary of key terms, an interactive map, a timeline, and zoomable views of illustrations.

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