Did you know? It was a Hispanic/Latino Inventor who engineered the 1st submarine, gyroplane (helicopter), and the atomic bomb (nuclear weapons). In addition, the adjustable wrench, a reversible motor, an optical analysis system, and a system for color televisions were all created by the minds and hands of a Hispanic/Latino inventor.
The Latino Heritage Museum highlights the grand accomplishments of Hispanics/Latinos in America and from around the world. This traveling museum has over 100 artifacts; rare photos, biographies and video documentaries. Our multimedia presentation will tour universities and colleges across the U.S. during Hispanic Heritage Month 2011.
The exhibit reveals many surprising facts about the contributions of Latinos in the fields of science, aerospace, communication, medicine, agriculture, transportation and engineering. It also presents the pioneers in politics, education, entertainment, sports, media, cinema, and literature.