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History - Latin American Studies


Latin American History
A Teaching Atlas
Cathryn L. Lombardi and John V. Lombardi with K. Lynn Stone

"Henceforth, rather than having to construct collections of maps from miscellaneous sources, teachers of Latin American history may recommend to their students a low-priced atlas which offers a very useful visual guide to some basic aspects of the geography and history of Latin America from pre-conquest to modern times. The maps included cover a wide range, stretching from those of a basic topographical and climatic type to thematic economic maps showing such phenomena as differential rates of inflation during the 1960s and 1970s."—Anthony McFarlane, Bulletin of Latin American Research

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cover of Latin American History is a map of South America, with the ocean blue, and the continent green.

December 1983
LC: 83-075775 G
184 pp. 8 1/2 x 11
136 maps

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ISBN 978-0-299-09714-1
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