Hispanic Local History and Genealogy in
the United States: Selected Titles at The Library of Congress
X. Other States
Bancroft, Hubert Howe.
History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540-1888.
San Francisco: The History Company, 1890. xxxii, 828 p. Ill.
LC call number: F851 .B215 vol. 25
LC control number: 07018204
Forging a community: the Latino experience
in Northwest Indiana, 1919-1975. James B. Lane and Edward
J. Escobar, editors. Chicago (1440 N. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago
60610): Cattails Press, 1987. vi, 297 p. Ill.
LC call number: F535 .S75 F67 1987
LC control number: 87010292
Articles by eighteen authors demonstrating the vitality of Hispanic
communities in the Midwest, particularly those of Puerto Rican
and of Mexican background.
Hamer, Collin B., Jr.
Genealogical materials in the New Orleans Public Library.
New Orleans, La.: Friends of the New Orleans Public Library, 1984.
LC call number: Z1289 .H35 1984 F368
LC control number: 84217029
Hecho en Utah: a cultural history of Utah's Spanish-speaking
communities = una historia cultural de las comunidades hispanas
de Utah. Edited by Carol A. Edison, Anne F. Hatch, Craig R. Miller.
Salt Lake City, Utah (617 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City 84102):
Utah Arts Council, 1992. 56 p. Ill., maps.
LC call number: F835 .S75 H43 1992
LC control number: 93621738
A brief, bilingual overview of Utah's Hispanic population, including
immigrants from Central and South America and the Caribbean, and
a bibliography on Hispanics in Utah.
Hispanic Colorado: four centuries history and
heritage. Edited with an introduction by Evelio Echevarría
and José Otero.1st ed. Ft. Collins, Colo.: Centennial Publications,
1976. 206 p. Ill.
LC call number: F776 .H64
LC control number: 76028877
An introduction to Colorado's Hispanic culture. The bibliography
includes a brief list of unpublished sources.
Murillo, Louis C.
Directory, hispanic resources in Michigan, 81 [1981.]
Grand Rapids, Mich. (P.O. Box 1605, Grand Rapids 49501): Directory,
Hispanic Resources, [1982?]. 59 p.
LC call number: F575 .S75 M87 1982
LC control number: 82207188
Much information in a small book, but some of it is now dated.
A large number of Michigan residents are of Hispanic origin, and
this work lists (pp. 2-22) resource people all over the state
by name, address and telephone number, agencies interested in
or of use to Hispanic Americans (pp. 42-54), bibliography, members
of the Commission on Spanish Speaking Affairs with addresses and
telephone numbers, and Michigan radio stations that provide Spanish-language
Nosotros: the Hispanic people of Oregon: essays
and recollections. Erasmo Bamboa and Carolyn M. Buan, editors.
Portland, Ore.: Oregon Council for the Humanities, 1995. 160 p.
Ill. (some col.), maps, ports.
LC call number: F885 .S75 N67 1995
LC control number: 95079043
Valdés, Dennis Nodin.
Materials on the history of Latinos in Michigan and the
Midwest: an annotated bibliography. [S.l.] Detroit, Mich.:
D.N. Valdés. Additional copies, Wayne State University,
College of Education, 1982. 34 p.
LC call number: Z1297 .V34 1982
LC control number: 83151182