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Conociendo a la Gente Garifuna (The Garifuna Story) - Espanol - Ingles

By: "Yuscaran, Guillermo"

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Honduras, 1990

Edition: "(2nd edition, 1992)"

"As new except for light rubbing to covers. Dual language (Spanish/ English). ""accurate, first-hand narrative:...history, legend, and personal testimonials... the story of a group of ethnic Hondurans…some 230,000 strong, living in 51 separate villages along the Caribbean coast from Belize to Nicaragua..."" " View more info

Inevitable Revolutions: United States in Central America

By: "LaFeber, Walter"

Price: $4.00

Publisher: WW Norton & Co,

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Latin American Research Review: Volume 43: Number 1 & 2: 2008 (2 books)

By: N/A

Price: $36.95

Publisher: "Montreal, PQ", 2008

"2 volume set still in wrappings. ""Published three times a year and with articles in English, Spanish and Portuguese, the Latin American Research Review (LARR) is an interdisciplinary journal highlighting original research on Latin America and the Caribbean.""" View more info

Report on the Torture of street Children in Guatemala and Honduras 1990-1997

By: "Harris, Bruce"

Price: $124.95

Publisher: Costa Rica, 1997

"As new except for tiny crease on bottom corner of front cover. Each case included has a case #, citation of source, Victim(s) name and age, Person(s) accused; date of incident, Description of Incident, and photo of victim(s). 112 pages." View more info

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Sons of the Shaking Earth (Phoenix Books)

By: "Wolf, Eric"

Price: $6.00

Publisher: University of Chicago Press,

"Wolf drew on anthropology, archaeology, history, and geography to mold a magnificent, sweeping, and beautifully written synthesis. With style and deep personal engagement he unraveled the complexity of Mexico and Guatemala's past with its multiple ethnicities, many languages, and environmental diversity. . . . Armies of graduate students have challenged many of the details, but the book stands as a monument to a time when social scientists were able to think large thoug... View more info