The National Park Service American Latino Heritage Initiative explores how the legacy of American Latinos can be recognized, preserved, and interpreted for future generations. The National Park Service, as a storyteller of our Nation’s past, is committed to connecting and amplifying American Latino stories throughout national parks and communities across the United States.
Their website highlights projects undertaken by National Park Service parks and programs as part of the Service’s commitment to telling the American Latino story. Projects vary from increased interpretation, collaboration with community organizations, and the production of scholarly documentation.
What you’ll find
- Bilingual National Park Service American Latino Heritage brochure
- Hispanics and the Civil War: From the Battlefield to the Homefront
- Conversations With American Latino Scholars Experts Panel video
- Linking Hispanic Heritage Through Archeology
- Hispanic Reflections on the American Landscape
- Research links for Puerto Rican, Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies