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Some familiar names, and perhaps some who are not so well known


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People migrated to the United States from all of the Spanish-speaking countries in Central and South America. Some came many generations ago; others are more newly arrived.

To compile this collection of brief profiles, which shows the diverse fields in which Hispanic-American migrants have excelled, we tried to find individuals who emigrated from many different countries in Spanish-speaking America. The list is representative; we know it is not complete, and that there are many others who could be included.

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