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National Archives and JFK Library Mark 50th Anniversary of Cuban Missile Crisis in October To the Brink: JFK and the Cuban Missile Crisis

Washington, DC: The Cuban Missile Crisis—13 days in October 1962—when the world teetered on the edge of thermonuclear war, is the subject of a new exhibition, “To the Brink: JFK and the Cuban Missile Crisis,” opening in October at the National Archives Building in downtown Washington. The exhibition, coming on the 50th anniversary of that […]

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Florida International University library Acquires Cuban Genealogy Collection

This interesting article comes from Tampa Bay Online: By SHARON TATE MOODY | Special correspondent Published: June 03, 2012 Much to the excitement of the Cuban-American community, the Florida International University library has acquired the Enrique Hurtado de Mendoza collection. Even more thrilling is that the university is digitizing the collection and will make it […]

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New Research Materials Could Help Hispanic Families Trace Their Roots

“Florida International University has acquired new research materials that could help Hispanic families trace their roots.” Here’s a peek at an article from the Miami Herald: FIU acquires new genealogy research collection The Associated Press MIAMI — Florida International University has acquired new research materials that could help Hispanic families trace their roots. The university […]

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