The Cambridge History of Latin America

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Leslie Bethell
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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Contents

The Latin American economies 19291939 518
1
State organization
7
The Caribbean and circumCaribbean at the end of
8
The rural economy and society of Spanish South America
10
Women in twentiethcentury Latin America
13
Indian societies under Spanish rule 104
16
Southern South America in the middle of the sixteenth
19
Brazil in 1500
27
Rural Spanish America 336
29
THE INDEPENDENCE OF LATIN AMERICA
30
Uruguay
33
Venezuela 476
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