Hispanic Americans in Congress, 1822-1995


Various institutions and individuals provided generous and invaluable assistance in the preparation of this volume. Carmen Enciso, the Hispanic Division's 1994 AT&T Fellow and Georgette M. Dorn, Chief of the Hispanic Division offer special acknowledgment to Barbara A. Tenenbaum, Mexican specialist, Edmundo Flores, acquisitions specialist, Tracy North, program assistant, Hispanic Division. The Hispanic Division would also like to thank the following individuals: Clay H. Wellborn, Acting Chief, and Paul S. Rundquist, Specialist in American National Government, Government Division, Congressional Research Service; Raymond W. Smock, Historian of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 98th to the 103rd Congresses; Idalia "Pichy" Domínguez de Martí and Kenneth Marx from the Office of Representative José E. Serrano, who chaired the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in the 103rd Congress; Yanik Fenton from the Office of Representative Lincoln Díaz-Balart; Mary Ison, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress; Hilda M. Chicon, Puerto Rican Cultural Institute; Arthur M. Olivas, Museum of New Mexico, Palace of the Governors; Tey Mariana Nunn, University of New Mexico; Kate Fitzmaurice, Donnelly Library, Highlands University; Robin Oldham, Citizens' Commission for Historic Preservation; Silvia Golombek, Programs Coordinator, and Marco A. Grimaldo, Clearinghouse Coordinator from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute; the bipartisan Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and the Hispanic Members of Congress and their staffs.

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