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Collection Details


Collection Name: Hispanic Rural Teachers Oral History
Repository Name: University of New Mexico. Zimmerman Library. Center for Southwest Research [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Local Identifier: MSS 634 BC
URL: http://elibrary.unm.edu/oanm/NmU/nmu1%23mss634bc/nmu1%23mss634bc_m3.html#ead2html-8
Dates Spanned: 1989-1992
Description: The goal of this oral history project was to document the lives of Hispanic women who were devoted to educating children in rural New Mexico during the period surrounding statehood. The project was directed by Erlinda Gonzales-Berry. María Dolores Gonzales Velásquez was project assistant, and Tey Diana Rebolledo, was project associate. Funding and support came from the Center for Regional Studies and the Southwest Hispanic Research Institute at the University of New Mexico.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 25
Broad Subjects: Rural Life; Ethnic groups; Education
ASP Subjects: Education; Hispanic American teachers; Hispanic Americans; New Mexico; Oral history; Rural schools--New Mexico; Teachers; United States
Other Subjects: Hispanic community
Collection Code: OHC0000221