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Colonial Latin American History: Home

A library resource guide designed specifically for students taking the Colonial Latin American History course at LaGrange College.

How To Use This Guide

Use the tabs at the top of this page to discover resources in your library that are recommended for your course, including reference books, e-books, databases, and more!

Search your library catalog from the top right of any page on this site! 

Having trouble getting started? START IN REFERENCE:

  • Start with print or electronic reference sources.
  • Obtain background information on topics.
  • Identify terms, people, places, and events associated with topics.
  • Identify qualified sources from bibliographies at the end of articles.
Still having trouble getting started? ASK-A-LIBRARIAN!
  • Contact your subject librarian (Loren Pinkerman).
  • Use the Ask-A-Librarian form to ask us for assistance.

Welcome History Students!

If you are enrolled in the course on Colonial Latin American History, this resource guide is just for you! Use this online resource to assist you in finding library and other reference materials and sources that support your course and assignments. These resources were handpicked for students in this course by the former History department library liaison, Loren Pinkerman. So you can't go wrong! Let's explore...

(Representation of Zambos during the Latin American colonial period from Wikipedia Commons)

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