This traveling exhibit from the Oklahoma History Center shares information about Latino(a) history from Indian Territory to the present. Visitors will learn about Latino(a) history in the Indian territories, the migration and immigration of Latino(a) communities from early statehood to present day, and conclude with a focus on Latino(a) businesses and contributions to labor and culture and its important impact on the diversity of our state. There are also oral history links included in the exhibit via QR codes. Text is provided in both English and Spanish.
Open through August 31st
Funding for this exhibit was provided in part by a grant from Oklahoma Humanities (OH) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
For more information on the Oklahoma History Center click here.