The Cambridge History of Latin America
Cambridge University Press, 1984 - History - 1043 pages
Volume XI contains bibliographical essays from the complete Cambridge History of Latin America, volumes I-X. It will be the definitive bibliographic reference for scholars of Latin America in the European era. The Cambridge History of Latin America will consist of eleven volumes when it is completed.
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