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Selected Resources for Latin American History: Chronologies

Chronologies & Timelines


A Reference Guide to Latin American History. Edited by James D. Henderson, Helen Delpar, Maurice P. Brungardt. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2000. [F1410 .R395 2000 Biography Alcove, Main Reference]

In 3 parts--part 1 is a detailed general chronology, part 2 is a topical chronology (thematic essays trace the development of topics across time, organized within broad categories, ie. "population expansion" in the section on "Society") and part 3 provides biographical profiles of 300 key figures. Includes more than 30 historical maps.

Cronologia de las intervenciones extranjeras en America Latina. Gregorio Selser. Mexico: UNAM, Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias, 1994- [F1415 .S43 1994 Main Stacks]

Three volumes, with coverage from 1776 to 1945.

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Latin American & Caribbean Studies Bibliographer

Michigan State University