October 24, 2014

A New Online Collection from the Google Cultural Institute: “Spanish Legacy in the United States of America”

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Seven new online exhibitions via the Google Cultural Institute are now available online in the “Spanish Legacy in the United States of America” collection. Material was contributed by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Naval Museum of Madrid and the Casa de América.

Exhibition Titles

  • The Exploration of the Pacific Ocean: 500 Years of History (Jan 1, 1500)
  • Explorations and Voyages (1513 – 1821)
  • Spanish Trails in the United States (1513 – 1821)
  • Intangible Heritage (1513 – 1821)
  • Spanish Assistance in the Independence of the United States (1775 – 1783)
  • Material Heritage (1513 – 1821)
  • Spanish Institutions in the United States (1513 – 1821)

Direct to “Spanish Legacy in the United States of America”
Source: Google+

See Also: “Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and Google make worldwide launch of the Spanish legacy in the United States of America exhibition” (via Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Spain)

Two More Recently Launched Collections From the Google Cultural Institute

Note: This Google+ announcement from the Google Cultural Institute remains incorrect nearly three weeks after the collections from the National Ireland of Ireland were released. It incorrectly states that the National Library of Scotland was the provider of the images. 

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