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Consider the Source Documents in Latin American History

ISBN-10: 0131941445

ISBN-13: 9780131941441

Edition: 8th 2007

Authors: Julie A. Charlip, E. Bradford Burns

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List price: $39.40
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 11/9/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

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Introduction Evaluating a Document Worksheet for Analyzing Primary Sources
Land and People First Voyage of Columbus Second Voyage of Columbus Alexander von Humboldt Travels in South America Gabriel Mistral, My Homeland
From Conquest to Empire A Conquistadors View A Nahua View of Conquest The Queen Approves Encomiendas Spaniards and Encomiendas An Indigenous Cabildo Writes to the Crown, 1554 Equiano: A Slave En Route to the New World
Independence On Tapac Amaru: The Fiscal Speaks On Tapac Amaru: A Wife Speaks Simon Bolivar: The Jamaica Letter
Early Republics Domingo F. Sarmiento, Civilization and Barbarism El Guacho Martin Fierro I Must Insist on This Matter of Race
The Emergence of the Modern State Just Sierra: In Support of Porfirio Diaz The Darker Side of Modernization: Rosaura
New Actors on an Old Stage Jose Marti: Our America The Platt Amendment Anarchist Women in S#o Paulo
The Mexican Revolution Maderas Plan de San Luis Potosi Zapatas Plan de Ayala La Adelita
World War to Cold War Raal Prebisch: The Periphery Versus the Center John C. Dreier: Communism in the Americas Pablo Neruda, The United Fruit Company
The Revolutionary Option Fidel Castro, History Will Absolve Me Nicolis Guillen, I Have Leonel Rugama, The Earth Is a Satellite of the Moon
Debt and Dictatorship Medellin Document on Peace: Pastoral Conclusions Never Again: Reports on Torturers in Argentina, Brazil, and Guatemala
Forward Into the Past Statistics on Latin America and the United States, 2005 Hugo Chavez Speaks at the 2005 World Social Forum Jose Emilio Pacheco: The Twentieth-Centurians