2 edition of history of Latin America from the beginnings to the present. found in the catalog.
history of Latin America from the beginnings to the present.
Herring, Hubert Clinton
|LC Classifications||F1410 H47 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||845|
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I found the edition at a used book store back in college, and I still think it's one of the best histories of Latin America I've read.
At pages, it covers the history of the earliest Native tribes, through the European conquest, and the struggle for independence/5(2). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Herring, Hubert Clinton, History of Latin America, from the beginnings to the present.
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xxii,xxv pages: 25 cm Written from deep understanding, long acquaintance, and extensive knowledge, Hubert Herring's brilliant A History of Latin America is unquestionably the finest and fullest history of the complex and turbulent world of Latin America and its people.
An excellent--perhaps the most satisfactory--general history of Latin America. The author, Professor of Latin American Civilization at Pomona College, has succeeded in surveying this vast historical and geographical terrain with unusual skill, imagination and enthusiasm.
The contemporary history of Latin America. Durham: Duke University Press, Herring, Hubert, A History of Latin America: from the Beginnings to the Present, ISBN ; Kaufman, Will, and Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson, eds. Britain and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History (3 vol ), pp; encyclopedic coverage.
A HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA FROM THE BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT - SECOND EDITION - REVISED Author Herring, Hubert Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Edition 2nd Edition Revised Binding Hardcover Publisher Alfred A.
Knopf Date published Picked this one up at Goodwill, always fascinating what old books you can find there. As the title implies, this book covers the history of History of Latin America from the beginnings to the present. book America from pre Columbian times to the present day(aka ) along with relevant backgrounds on the Iberian nations that colonized Latin America and the African regions that furnished the slaves/5.
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