Events in Hispanic American History A comprehensive timeline of events that have had a role in shaping Hispanic culture in the United States, beginning with the arrival in America of Columbus and his crew of Spaniards in 1492 and continuing through to the twenty-first century. Thomson
Impressionism is an art movement whose unique style is defined by small, thin, and visible brush strokes, and which focuses on accurate depiction of light.
The newest Smithsonian Museum offers many exhibits about the history and culture of African Americans. "This is America's history," says director Lonnie Bunch. Visitors to the site can contribute to the virtual Memory Book, listen to stories from the StoryCorps