The Cambridge History of Latin America, Volume 11: by Leslie Bethell

By Leslie Bethell

This quantity comprises bibliographical essays from the full The Cambridge historical past of Latin the United States, Volumes 1-10. As such, it's the definitive bibliographical resource for students of Latin the USA because the 15th century.

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The former selects twentyfive sessions, while the latter represents the complete minutes of 184 Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 i. Mesoamerica before 1519 3 meetings of the Indian council. Both editions include historical essays. In the case of the Maya, no later edition has surpassed the work of Alfred M. , 1941), although Anthony R. Pagden's English edition and translation, The Maya: Diego de Landa's Account of the Affairs of Yucatan (Chicago, 1975), is worthy of note.

Y razon de las guerras dilatadas de Chile (1673; Santiago, Chile, 1863) — soldiers who had direct experience of frontier life and of the Araucanian War — reflect opposite attitudes. Nunez de Pineda y Bascufian, who had been the Mapuche's captive as a youth in 1629, abandoned an early ethnocentric attitude towards their way of life and adopted a position of understanding and sympathy. The Araucanian War continued to motivate lengthy annals of events in Chile in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including among others those by Pietas (1729), Sors (1765), Olivares (1767), Febres (1767), Havestadt (1777), Bueno (1777), Usauro Martinez de Bernabe (1782), Molina (1787), Gomez de Vidaurre (1789), Gonzalez de Agiieros (1791), Carvallo y Goyeneche (1796), Martinez (1806) and P6rez Garcia (1810).

1584) survived only in Richard Hakluyt's English translation of the captured originals, in Samuel Purchas, Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas His Pilgrimes (London, 1625). For a modern edition, see Tratados do terra a gente do Brasil, ed. Capistrano de Abreu (Rio de Janeiro, 1925). An anonymous Jesuit wrote a good account of Portuguese campaigns to extend their frontier north from Pernambuco, Sumdrio das armadas que sofizeram . .

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