The Archives and Special Collections Department (ASC) housed several collections of rare books, journals and government records relevant to Spain, Latin American and the Hispanic Caribbean. The majority of the collections are only accessible through the archive but, a selection from some of these collections have been digitized. Below is a list with these collections and where to find them. Visit the ASC site to learn how to get access to these materials.
The Puerto Rico Digital Collection Guide is a selection of 19th and 20th century books and magazines mainly from the Puerto Rican Collection (a.k.a the Géigel Collection) that have been digitized by the UConn Library.
Newspapers are a type of primary source used in history. Many archives have newspapers collections, and some of them have even been digitized and may available online. Depending on the context, the time that the news was published and the type of account (chronicles, editorials, etc.) a newspapers account can be considered a primary or secondary sources. Check with your professor before using these resources.
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