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  1. American Map Metro Worcester Street Atlas: Central Massachusetts (American Map)
  2. Juan Fermin De Aycinena: Central American Colonial Entrepreneur, 1729-1796 by Richmond F. Brown, 1997-08
  3. Flight to Freedom: The Story of Central American Refugees in California
  4. El infierno de parecer centroamericano...(encarcelamiento ilegal y violaciones a los derechos civiles; México)(TT: The hell of seeming Central American...)(TA: ... Breve): An article from: Proceso by Antonio Jáquez, 2000-02-27
  5. Mexican and Central American L. A. Garment Workers: Globalized Industries and their Economic Constraints (Sociology and Anthropology- Cultural Perspectives) by Rebecca Budde, 2006-02-28
  7. Changing Boundaries in the Americas New Perspectives on the U.S. Mexican Central American and South American Borders (U.S.-Mexico Contemporary Perspectives Series)
  8. Fútbol en Centroamérica.(Copa de Naciones de la Unión Centroamericana)(TT: Soccer in Central America.)(TA: Central american union coup): An article from: Semana by Tay Polo Miranda, 2001-05-25
  9. Mexico and Central American Handbook, 1993 by Prentice-Hall, 1992-11
  10. Todos contra Cuba. (Juegos Centroamericanos en Venezuela; agosto 1998)(TT: Everyone against Cuba) (TA: Central American Games in Venezuela; August 1998): An article from: Semana by Tay Polo Miranda, 1998-07-30
  11. Demographic Diversity and Change in the Central American Isthmus by Anne Pebley, 1997-10-25
  12. A Guide to Central American Collections in the United States (Reference Guides to Archival and Manuscript Sources in World History) by Thomas M. Leonard, 1994-07-30
  13. Mexican and Central American Mythology (Library of the World's Myths & Legends) by Irene Nicholson, 1985-04
  14. Sanctuary: A Resource Guide for Understanding and Participating in the Central American Refugee Struggle

41. Latin America - Central America
Indians of central America Mexico Native american Anthropology Archaeology / Anthropology Social Science Archaeology Ancient general Latin
Latin America - Central America
Path Between The Seas : The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914 David McCullough
Panama Canal (Panama)
History ... Americas (North Central South West Indies)

42. Central America Microform Collection
US diplomatic post records central America El Salvador Latin american and Caribbean official statistical serials on de la Dirección general de Estadística.
Introduction Argentina Belize Bolivia ... Venezuela
Latin American and Caribbean official statistical serials on microfiche. Cambridge: Chadwick-Healey Ltd., 1978 -
Butler Microform Reading Room, FX3 4396. Individual titles include: Abstract of statistics. Annual abstract of statistics.
Costa Rica
Latin American and Caribbean official statistical serials on microfiche. Cambridge: Chadwick-Healey Ltd.
Butler Microform Reading Room, FX3 4387. Individual titles include:
El Salvador
El Salvador: the making of U.S. policy, 1977-1984. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey; [Washington, D.C.]: National Security Archive, 1989.
Lehman Microform, FX3 8366 Reproduction of 5656 previously classified documents pertaining to U. S. political, military, and economic involvement in El Salvador.
El Salvador: war, peace, and human rights, 1980-1994. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey; [Washington, D.C.]: National Security Archive, 1996.
Lehman Microform, FX3 6492
Latin American and Caribbean official statistical serials on microfiche. Cambridge: Chadwick-Healey Ltd., 1978.

43. UUA Protest Of US Central American Intervention: 1985 UUA General Resolution
Unitarian Universalist Association UUA Protest of US central american Intervention 1985 general Resolution. WHEREAS, the United States
Unitarian Universalist Association
UUA Protest of US Central American Intervention

1985 General Resolution WHEREAS, the United States government's policies in regard to Central America, especially Nicaragua and El Salvador, pose the possibility of increased military aid or intervention; and WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association has been consistently opposed to such activities; and WHEREAS, numerous Unitarian Universalist societies have been protesting such activities; and WHEREAS, members of the Unitarian Universalist societies may feel the need to protest such activities as a matter of conscience; BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1985 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association urges the Social Responsibility Section:
  • To contact the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Unitarian Universalist Peace Network, American Friends Service Committee, Pax Christi, Mobilization for Survival and other groups opposing and protesting such military action, seeking ways of cooperating and acting jointly with them; and
  • To provide a clearinghouse for information and to disseminate it on a continuing basis to our churches and fellowships; and
  • 44. Central Library: Resources For Latin American Studies
    Libraries and archives Center for Research Libraries (primary Latin american Library Collections in the Southeast Texas; Yale University; Archivo general de la
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    46. ReliefWeb: Secretary-General Offers Condolences To Central American Hurricane Vi
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    47. Central America: Fragile Transition
    This volume is best used (in upper division courses on central american politics) alongside a more general and historical introductory work and a range of more
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    Central America: Fragile Transition
    Rachel Sieder , editor. Central America: Fragile Transition . New York, St. Martin's Press, 1996. xviii + 298 pp. Tables, notes, bibliography, index, and map. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-312-16010-0. Reviewed for H-Teachpol by Derwin S. Munroe , Northwestern University. Published by H-Teachpol (June, 1997) The final two chapters (by Laurence Whitehead on the role of international actors, particularly the US, and by Stephen Baranyi on the role of the UN) add a needed international dimension to the national focus of the previous chapters. Whitehead provides a discussion driven by comparisons and counterfactuals, and thus contributes the best of the essays in the volume. He also discusses Central American developments through the lens of the workings of the US domestic political system, and thereby successfully fuses domestic-international and regional-global dimensions. The H-Teachpol book review editor is Patrick O'Neil.

    48. The Guatemalan Elections, By Matthew Kraft
    By early the next morning it was clear that the general would not the political landscape in this violent, corrupt, and impoverished central american republic.
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    49. World History Archives: The History Of Central America
    History of the Americas in general Documents for the history of central America as a whole Documents for the history of Guatemala Documents for the history of
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    Documents for the history of Central America as a whole Documents for the history of Guatemala Documents for the history of Belize Documents for the history of El Salvador Documents for the history of Honduras Documents for the history of Nicaragua Documents for the history of Costa Rica Documents for the history of Panama

    50. The History Of Native Central America
    The history of Native central America. Hartford copyright. The history in general of Native America. The history of the Maya. Ordered geographically.
    The history of Native Central America
    Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives The history in general of Native America The history of the Maya
    Ordered geographically
    The history of Native Americans in Guatemala
    The history of Native Americans in El Salvador

    The history of Native Americans in Honduras

    The history of Native Americans in Nicaragua
    The history of Native Americans in Panama

    51. Latin American Network Information Center - LANIC
    LANIC Newsroom. Caribbean central America - Mexico - South America Regional Resources. Latin America, central America, Caribbean Science Etext Collection. Latin american Studies
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    52. DBMD - Anthrax - General Information
    Certain regions of the world (South and central America, Southern and Eastern Europe Vaccine Immunization Program in the US Army Surgeon general s Office can be
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    Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis . Anthrax most commonly occurs in wild and domestic lower vertebrates (cattle, sheep, goats, camels, antelopes, and other herbivores), but it can also occur in humans when they are exposed to infected animals or tissue from infected animals. How common is anthrax and who can get it?

    53. Earthquake Hazards Program: Seismicity Of Central America
    Seismicity of central America. This page is brought to you by the Earthquake Hazards Program URL http//
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    54. Central American Cultural - Ecological Information Network
    central american CULTURALECOLOGICAL INFORMATION NETWORK. INTRODUCTION. Welcome to the central american Cultural-Ecological Infomation Network . a collaborative enterprise involving the Office of
    INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Central American Cultural-Ecological Infomation Network You may proceed directly to our Table of Contents and return to this "Introduction" page at any time by clicking on the title at the top of the page. This information space is intended to demonstrate the feasibility of an Internet based, multi-media information system for museum and university archaeology and cultural ecology collections in Central America. The final report for the first phase of this project is now available. With content designed to serve broad spectrum of users, including museum professionals, educators, scholars, students and the general public, this Information Network will link information spaces in individual museums via a common, integrating regional information space. Currently, this project is a collaborative enterprise involving the Office of the General Director of Museums, Costa Rica , the National Museum of Nicaragua , the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies at the the Colorado School of Mines , and the University of Colorado Museum at the University of Colorado, Boulder

    55. Let's Go - Central America - General History
    general History. central America A Natural and Cultural History edited by Anthony G. Coates (1997). A recent, academically rigorous
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    Central America: A Natural and Cultural History
    edited by Anthony G. Coates (1997). A recent, academically rigorous treatment of the natural history of Central America, the history of its indigenous peoples, and, most interestingly, the history of their interaction.
    The Maya
    by Michael Coe (1993). Of the many introductions to the Maya, this is perhaps the most readable and engaging-and one of the shortest. La Violencia

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    Caribbean and central America general Tips Find the best insider tips, reviews, and pictures from locals and travelers for Caribbean and central America
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    57. USTR - FTA - CAFTA - Final Texts
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    Central American Free Trade Agreement Draft Texts (English) CAFTA Preamble 1. Initial Provisions 2. General Definitions 3. National Treatment and Market Access for Goods
    4. Rules of Origin and Origin Procedures 5. Customs Administration and Trade Facilitation 6. Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures 7. Technical Barriers to Trade 8. Trade Remedies 9. Government Procurement 10. Investment 11. Cross-Border Trade in Services

    58. AllRefer Health - Traveler's Guide To Avoiding Infectious Diseases: Central Amer
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    59. General Hints For Birding In South And Central America
    general hints for birding in South and central America (in http// Er is ook een Nederlandse versie (in Word).
    General hints for birding in South and Central America
    Er is ook een Nederlandse versie (in Word). Over the years, several people asked me questions after reading trip reports on this web site. Most questions were about the general logistics of the birding. Below I have put together a lot of these hints. All are based on our personal experiences, and naturally I am not taking any responsibility for them. I did not do any special research for writing this chapter, and in fact this text should be regarded as supplementary to especially Nigel Wheatley - Where to watch birds in South America, and to the travel guides like from Lonely Planet and Footprint. Why birding in South (and Central) America?
    One third of all bird species of the world occurs in South America, and this is related to an enormous general biodiversity. The life zones are different both from N to S, from W to E and from low to high elevation. E.g. there are about seven clearly different life zones in the Andes, whereas the Alps have only three or so. Moreover, there is a lot, really a lot of nature left in South America.

    60. History Of Central America
    century to the early 19th century central America was part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain, administered by the Captain general s administration in
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    3 Independence

    4 The United States of Central America
    5 Disolution of the Union
    Before European Contact
    Most of modern Central America was part of the Mesoamerican cultural area in Pre-Columbian times. The Native American civilizations of Mesoamerica extended from central Mexico down to Costa Rica. The Precolumbian cultures of Panama traded both with Mesoamerica and the cultures of South America , and can be considered transitional between the two cultural areas.
    Spanish Colonial Era
    After the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century , most of the region now known as Central America shared a common history. The exceptions were the two nations at the north and south ends of Central America. Panama was part of Spanish New Granada , and then of the nation of Colombia , until Belize was the British colony of British Honduras until From the 16th century to the early 19th century Central America was part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain , administered by the Captain General's administration in Antigua Guatemala and later Guatemala City . The area was sometimes called "The Kingdom of Guatemala", and included

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