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Hispanic Heritage and Participation on United States Stamps

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Hispanic Heritage and Participation on United States Stamps by Daniel T Sanchez
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THE HISTORY OF HISPANIC MEN AND WOMEN has been told in many different ways including books, movies, plays, poems, and magazines. In Hispanic Heritage and Participation on United States Stamps, readers will learn the history of Hispanic people and their culture as highlighted on United States postage stamps. While a postage stamp is just a small piece of paper printed and issued by a postal service, people and subjects featured on them offer postal customers and stamp collectors a great deal of information, art and history, through the simple charm of a beautiful and small image. In this book, readers will learn history one stamp at a time, connect past and contemporary events, and learn about the people whose endeavors and accomplishments made them remarkable and memorable.

Author Biography

In the early 1970s, DANIEL SANCHEZ took on the hobby of stamp collecting, a pastime he continues to enjoy to this day. It is a hobby he is so passionate about that it eventually shaped the idea of writing and publishing this book. He owns various collections of postal United States stamps including Hispanic-Americans, African-Americans, Native-Americans, and one dedicated to women who have been featured on U.S. stamps.
Release date Australia
June 26th, 2019
Pages
152
Illustrations
204 Illustrations
Imprint
Hispanic Institute of Social Issues
Dimensions
152x229x8
ISBN-13
9781936885268
Product ID
31032174

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