Where cultures meet : frontiers in Latin American history /

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Other Authors: Weber, David J., Rausch, Jane M., 1940-
Format: Book
Published: Wilmington, Del. : SR Books, 1994.
Series:Jaguar books on Latin America ; no. 6.
Table of Contents:
  • The significance of the frontier in American history / Frederick Jackson Turner
  • Latin-American frontiers / Arthur S. Aiton
  • Frontier barbarism / Domingo Faustino Sarmiento
  • The frontier in Hispanic America / Victor Andrés Belaúnde
  • The frontiers of Hispanic America / Silvio Zavala
  • The great frontier / Walter Prescott Webb
  • The great frontier : freedom and hierarchy / William H. McNeill
  • New world frontiers : comparisons and agendas / Walter Nugent
  • Reflections on the Ibero-American frontier mission as an institution in Native American history / David G. Sweet
  • The encomienda in Paraguay / Elman R. Service
  • Frontier warfare in colonial Chile / Louis de Armond
  • "Black transfrontiersmen" : the Caribbean maroons / Franklin W. Knight
  • Family, frontiers, and a Brazilian community / Alida C. Metcalf.
  • National identity and the frontier / Hebe Clementi
  • The gaucho in Argentina's quest for national identity / Richard W. Slatta
  • Bandeirantes and pioneers / Clodomir Vianna Moog
  • "Two-step' migration and upward mobility on the frontier : the safety valve effect in Pejibaye, Costa Rica / James Sewastynowicz
  • Violence on the frontier / Joe Foweraker
  • Frontier expansion and Indian peoples in the Brazilian Amazon / Alcida R. Ramos
  • Social change on the Latin American frontier / Emilio Willems.