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          HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

                     Celebrate Our Diversity

There are so many Independence Day celebrations in the Central American nations that the entire month from September 15 through October 15th has been designated as Hispanic Heritage Month. In the United States, it culminates with a celebration of El día de la raza, or The Day of the People Unlike "Columbus Day", which focuses attention on the explorer who landed on the island of Hispañola in 1492, El día de la raza honors the rich and diverse heritage of all the people of the Americas.

Learning Links

To learn more about our Hispanic Heritage, visit these websites:

Hispanic History in the Americas                      .

Study the overall impact and influence that the Spanish conquest had on all of Latin America.
 

Our Rich Hispanic Heritage

Learn about the contributions made to our culture by many ethnic groups.

 Famous Hispanics in World History

More History of Famous Hispanics

 Click here to learn about famous Hispanics.
 

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage

Learn about many facets of Hispanic culture on this site.

Spanish Missions in California

Travel up the coast of historic Spanish California, from Baja to Oregon, one 20-mile day's walk at a time.

Hispanic Recipes

Mmm... Click here to learn about recipes from many Spanish speaking countries.       

Bilingual Mexican Recipes

These recipes can be read in English or Spanish.

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