|Series||Publication -- 293., Publication (United States Postal Service) -- 293.|
|Contributions||United States Postal Service.|
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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 Price: $ Get this from a library! Hispanic people and events on United States postage stamps = Eventos y personas hispanas en los sellos postales de los Estados Unidos.. [United States Postal Service.;]. Today, Hispanic people continue to demonstrate excellence in many areas including politics, public service, music, film, sports, business, science, and the military. The significant contributions of Hispanic people and events have been honored on numerous United States postage stamps. This virtual exhibition showcases these contributions. The first U.S. stamp to portray Hispanic subjects was the fifteen-cent Landing of Columbus stamp issued in , which pictured a group of Spanish explorers standing next to Christopher addition to being one of the first pictorial stamps issued, the Landing of Columbus stamp was the first bicolored stamp (red and blue).. The first stamp specifically to honor a Hispanic American was.
Hispanic Americans honored on U.S. stamps. During National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15), we recognize the contributions made by and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate the group's heritage and culture. This article lists people who have been featured on United States postage stamps, listed by their name, the year they were first featured on a stamp, and a very short description of their the United States Post Office issued its first stamp in , over 4, stamps have been issued and over people featured. Check out our collection of holiday-themed stamps including Forever First-Class Mail® and Global® postage options. Shop Now. Holiday Stamps Results Page. Stamps Book. Quick View U.S. Flag. Forever 55¢ | Multiple Formats. $ - $ Quick View Our Lady of Guápulo. Forever 55¢. The history of women on US stamps begins in , when Queen Isabella became the first woman on a US stamp. Queen Isabella helped support Christopher Columbus's voyage, and marked the end of a year-long celebration of the th anniversary of that voyage. The first US stamp honoring an American woman honored Martha Washington, and it was issued in
People, Places and Events on Stamps Stamps illuminate what we value as a people and a culture, and the National Postal Museum’s Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: People, Places and Events on Stamps sheds new light on the many contributions of Hispanic Americans and Latinos to the exploration, culture, growth, and defense of the United States. The virtual exhibit is bilingual (English and. 4. Confederate Civil War generals stamp, released Although postal authorities hoped this stamp honoring Robert E. Lee and Thomas . Stamps illuminate what we value as a people and a culture, and the National Postal Museum’s "Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: People, Places and Events on Stamps" sheds new light on the many contributions of Hispanic Americans and Latinos to the exploration, culture, growth, and defense of the United States. Stamps for the Holidays. Check out our collection of holiday-themed stamps including Forever First-Class Mail® and Global® postage options. Shop Now.