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Author Bethell, Leslie.

Title The Cambridge History of Latin America. Volume 3, From Independence to c.1870 / edited by Leslie Bethell
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1985
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Series The Cambridge History of Latin America
Cambridge history of Latin America.
Contents pt. 1. Independence. The origins of the Spanish American independence / John Lynch -- The independence of Mexico and Central America / Timothy Anna -- The independence of Spanish South America / David Bushnell -- The independence of Brazil / Leslie Bethell -- International politics and Latin American independence / D.A.G Waddell -- A note on the church and the independence of Latin America -- pt. 2. The Caribbean. Haiti and Santa Domingo : 1790-c. 1870 / Frank Moya Pons -- Cuba from the middle of the eighteenth century to c. 1870 / Hugh Thomas -- pt. 3. Spanish America after independence. Economy and society in post-independence Spanish America / Tulio Halperín Donghi -- Politics, ideology and society in post-independence Spanish America / Frank Safford -- Mexico from independence to 1867 / Jan Bazant -- Central America from independence to c. 1870 / R.L. Woodward, Jr. -- Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador : the first half-century of independence / Malcolm Deas -- Peru and Bolivia from independence to the War of the Pacific / Heraclio Bonilla -- Chile from independence to the War of the Pacific / Simon Collier -- The River Plate republics from independence to the Paraguayan war / John Lynch -- pt. 4. Brazil after independence. Brazil from independence to the middle of the nineteenth century / Leslie Bethell and José Murilo De Carvalho -- Brazil from the middle of the nineteenth century to the Paraguayan war / Richard Graham -- pt. 5. The literature, music and art of Latin America from independence to c. 1870 / Gerald Martin
Summary Volume III opens with five chapters which survey the revolutions and wars of independence in Spanish America and the relatively peaceful transition to independence in Brazil during the first quarter of the nineteenth century - after three centuries of Spanish and Portuguese rule. Part Two is devoted to the Caribbean and consists of chapters on Haiti, the former French colony and the first independent Latin American republic, Santo Domingo, the former Spanish colony, and on Cuba, which remained a Spanish colony, from the late eighteenth century to c. 1870. Parts Three and Four, the central core of this volume, examine the economic, social and political history of Latin America during the first half-century after independence. There are two general chapters on post independence Spanish America, followed by chapters on Mexico, Central America, Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, Chile and the River Plate republics, and there are two chapters on the empire of Brazil
Notes Title from publishers bibliographic system (viewed on 30 Jan 2013)
Subject Latin America -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1806-1830.
Latin America -- History -- 1830-1898.
Latin America -- History -- 19th century.
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ISBN 9781139055185 (ebook)
1139055186 (ebook)