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Panama Archives and Libraries
U.S. National Archives
The U.S. National Archives contain many records from the Panama Canal Zone time period, especially between 1904 and 1914, that may contain genealogical information. An article explaining the records is available from the National Archives' magazine.
The National Library of Panama
The National Library of Panama Web site provides an extensive online catalog. You can download digitized books, many of which are out of print. You can also access a national bibliographic database and panamananian biographies. Content is in Spanish.
Directory of Public Libraries
List of public libraries in Panama.
Cultural Magazine "La Loteria"
The cultural magazine, Loteria, is a regular publication of the National Lottery and contains articles on history, notable people, literature, and art. Most of the issues in this collection, spanning from 1941 to the present, have been digitized. Two sources are available: one from the Loteria publishers and one from the National Library of Panama. Each collection contains some issues that are not duplicated in the other collection. You can click on any item in the index to download the PDF for that issue.
- National Lottery Collection - a subset of the National Library collection
- National Library Collection - missing Nov-Dec 2008, July-Dec 2009, 2010, 2011
Panama Digital Library
The Panama Digital Library is a digital collection of works about the live and culture of the country. The complete texts are available in PDF. The collection includes directories and books on history, literature, art, and science.
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