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Afro-Central America

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The Latin American Library Special Collections hold a wide range of primary sources for the study of Central America.

Among the collections that most heavily document Afro-descendants in Central America are those related to the banana companies and construction of the Panama Canal. Click on the links below to access finding aids. Contact LAL@tulane.edu for more information.

Banana worker, gelatin silver print, c. 1940s. From the collection of Wayne Stoffle Photograph Albums 32, Image Archive, The Latin American Library.

Banana worker, gelatin silver print, c. 1940s. From the collection of Wayne Stoffle Photograph Albums 32, Image Archive, The Latin American Library.

Banana Companies in Central America

Panama Canal Zone

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