Digitized primary sources that provide details about the political and financial machinations of the fruit companies, as well as the graft and corruption of the national government, the American banking community’s loans, the U.S. government’s response and the various aborted popular/revolutionary uprisings. 1910-1930.
Digitized records from 1910-1934 pertaining to the Mexican Revolution and its aftermath. Focus on revolutionary military activity and political problems surrounding new constitution.
Digitized cables, memoranda, correspondence, reports and analyzes, and treaties surrounding interactions between South American countries and the U.S.
Digitized documents from various archives related to the Mexican Revolution.
State Department, U.S. Embassy, and Dominican Republic governmental dispatches, instructions, and miscellaneous correspondence in digitized form.
Digitized transcripts, journals, laws on land, and drafts of manifestos by General Emiliano Zapata. Also contains military correspondence addressed to the General.
Digitized documents related to the activities of Emiliano Zapata and the Liberation Army of the South, including correspondence exchanged between headquarters and regional commands and revolutionary and civil trial proceedings.
Literary and political writings by feminists from Cuban independence to the end of the Batista regime. Also contains writings by Cuban men on the status of women.
Digitized cables, memoranda, correspondence, reports and analyzes, and treaties surrounding interactions between Central American and South American countries.
Video testimonies in 41 languages by survivors and witnesses of genocide. Some include transcripts. To use without creating an account, click “continue as guest”