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Latinx Resources: Helpful Resource Databases

A collection of Evergreen Library resources and web resources related to Latinx history and culture.

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A tunic laid out flat so it appears as a long rectangle of fabric: red, black, brown, and beige in color, with frayed threads along the left side, a zig-zag line traveling up both long edges, and two geometric representations of what appears to be either a snake or axolotl with their heads meeting at the neck hole.

Nasca-Wari camelid hair tunic from Precolumbian Peru, 7th-9th century. Source: Met Museum



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