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Despite newer migration trends, metropolitan New York City continues to be the largest demographic and cultural center for Puerto Ricans in the mainland United States, with Philadelphia having the second-largest community.


Florida’s hispanic culture speaks to the past and the future

Hispanic heritage is an integral part of Florida history. In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we want to recognize some of the icons that have contributed to shaping our city through business, government, education, and sports. Through our resources, videos, and collections, we hope to give a unique perspective of the Latin community within Tampa and acknowledge their growth as a community. Ybor City was once known as the cigar capital of the world. It was named after Vicente Martinez Ybor, who owned the first cigar company in Tampa and helped establish northeast Tampa in the mid s.

The Columbia is most notable for how it evolved and adapted with the changing developments in Ybor City. Artifacts of the restaurant are detailed in our digital collections and the comprehensive history of the restaurant was authored by USF Special Collections Archivist and librarian Andrew Huse.

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In the political sector, several Hispanic leaders in Tampa fought for Hispanic rights and used their positions to impact policies and legislation. As governor, he launched the Preservation land acquisition initiative which enabled the state to acquire one million acres of land for conservation purposes.

He now serves on various boards and is a political commentator. Matilda Martinez Garcia was a leading human rights activist that worked to improve opportunities for Hispanics and women. Garcia was a third-generation Floridian whose grandfather came from Spain to Tampa via Cuba.

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Other notable political leaders are E. Salcines, a West Tampa native and Hillsborough County state attorney and appellate judge, who is honored with a statue outside the Hillsborough Old County Courthouse in downtown Tampa. Now retired, he is a student of local history who frequently speaks on the topic. about Judge Salcines in our catalog and institutional repository, Scholar Commons.

The daughter of Spanish immigrants, Sanchez talks about growing up in America and her lifelong relationship with education in our oral history with her.

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Hillsborough was also home to two well-known sports icons: Ferdie Pacheco and Lou Piniella. Pacheco went on to work as a television boxing analyst, a career that spanned 25 years and won him two Emmy Awards.

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Pacheco is also known for his work as an author, actor, screenwriter, and painter. Another sports legend is Lou Piniella. Piniella later went on to win three World Series championships, two as a player with the New York Yankees and one as manager of the Cincinnati Reds.

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Along with the achievements made by the Hispanic community in Tampa, sharing their narratives is an important part of acknowledging individual identities and creates steps toward inclusivity, diversity, and equity. From personal papers to organizational records and cultural artifacts, these rich and diverse collections reflect how these vibrant and vital communities are interwoven into the past, present, and future of Tampa Bay.

The Hispanic community is a growing demographic that has had a huge impact on the founding of many segments of society in Tampa, as well as enacting change within Florida.

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This month we hope to recognize, acknowledge, and share the importance of Hispanic heritage in our communities. To learn more, ask questions, or get research assistance, our Associate Librarians Andrew Huse at ahuse usf.

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Today, Florida is home to the third largest Latino population in the country.