The University of Florida holds one of the oldest and largest Caribbean collection in the U.S. Begun before 1930 and designated the Farmington Plan institution for Caribbean materials in the 1950s, UF’s Latin American Collection holds resources on every circum-Caribbean country and culture; and, the Collection continues to grow through a highly active acquisitions program. Its more than 30,000 reels of Caribbean newspaper microfilm are just a small part of the Collection, which also holds rich primary resources in English, French and Spanish, as well as secondary resource in constitutional histories and law, in economics and literature, in culture and religious practices, etc. UF’s Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences together with its Climate Centers augment the Collection with water and land use, and climate information for the region.
|UF Government Documents Collection||UF Herbarium Collection||UF Health Science Center|
|Judaica Collections at UF||UF Latin American Collections||UF Law School Library|
|UF Map Library||UF Marston Science Library||UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program|