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In their own best interest : a history of the U.S. effort to improve Latin Americans
Schoultz, Lars, author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2018
Introduction: Altruists and realists -- Latin Americans' need for improvement -- "Hard" uplifting begins -- "Hard" uplifting becomes normal: dollar diplomacy -- Latin Americans resist: no protectorates -- Latin Americans resist: no intervention -- "Soft" uplifting begins: the Good Neighbor years -- Latin Americans rebuffed: the early Cold War -- Uplifting's golden years, 1959-1964 -- Soft uplifting becomes normal: the later Cold War -- From economic to political uplifting -- Good governance in the twenty-first century -- Conclusion: Whose best interests?.
In this book, Lars Schoultz explores the culture of "improvement" that defines the attitudes and values shaping all United States policies towards Latin America in the past and present. Schoultz's aim is to find the sources of this political and intellectual culture which has informed our relations with our southern neighbors and which continues to do so despite its faulty premises and its failure to effect change and transformation. Schoultz focuses on two period in the past as critical to embedding the culture and policies of improvement: the Progressive Era, which established the belief in "uplifting" others for their betterment, and the Cold War Era, which established the institutions for sustaining and implementing the process of uplifting a people and state. In Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin Americans is a powerful historical indictment of a "constellation of beliefs" that has been a central part of Washington's foreign policy establishment and culture. The notion that the United States knows better than its allies and neighbors what is best for each of them resonates beyond Latin America and underlies much of the United States' foreign policies around the world.--
Baker Berry F1418 .S395 2018
The secret token : myth, obsession, and the search for the lost colony of Roanoke
Lawler, Andrew, author
New York : Doubleday, 
Part one: The planting. Some delicate garden ; All signs of joy ; Firing invisible bullets ; Small things flourish by concord -- Part two: The search. A whole country of English ; Child of science and slow time ; A four-hundred-year-old cover-up ; Pot of brass ; Rejoicing in things stark naughty ; We dare anything ; Heap plenty wampum -- Part three: The revelation. Who's afraid of Virginia Dare? ; Swamp saints and renegades ; Return to Roanoke ; An old buck Christmas -- Coda : a brave kingdom.
"A sweeping account of America's oldest unsolved mystery, the people racing to unearth its answer, and the sobering truths--about race, gender, and immigration--exposed by the Lost Colony of Roanoke. In 1587, 115 men, women, and children arrived at Roanoke Island on the coast of North Carolina. Chartered by Queen Elizabeth I, their colony was to establish England's first foothold in the New World. But when the colony's leader, John White, returned to Roanoke from a resupply mission, his settlers were nowhere to be found. They left behind only a single clue--a "secret token" carved into a tree. Neither White nor any other European laid eyes on the colonists again. What happened to the Lost Colony of Roanoke? For four hundred years, that question has consumed historians and amateur sleuths, leading only to dead ends and hoaxes. But after a chance encounter with a British archaeologist, journalist Andrew Lawler discovered that solid answers to the mystery were within reach. He set out to unravel the enigma of the lost settlers, accompanying competing researchers, each hoping to be the first to solve its riddle. In the course of his journey, Lawler encounters a host of characters obsessed with the colonists and their fate, and he determines why the Lost Colony continues to haunt our national consciousness. Thrilling and absorbing, The Secret Token offers a new understanding not just of the first English settlement in the New World but of how its disappearance continues to define--and divide--America."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry F229 .L39 2018
Being prime minister
Stewart, J. D. M., author
Toronto : Dundurn, 2018
"Canada has had twenty-three prime ministers, all with views and policies that have differed as widely as the ages in which they lived. But what were they like as people? Being Prime Minister takes you behind the scenes to tell the story of Canada's leaders and the job they do as it has never been told before. From John A. Macdonald to Justin Trudeau, readers get a glimpse of the prime ministers as they travelled, dealt with invasions of privacy, met with celebrities, and managed the stress of the nation's top job. Humorous and hard working, vain and vulnerable, Canada leaders are revealed as they truly were."--
Baker Berry F1034.3.A2 S74 2018
Homeplace : a southern town, a country legend, and the last days of a mountaintop honky-tonk
Lingan, John, author
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018
The Blue Ridge country king -- A closer walk with thee -- Resistance -- A museum and a mountaintop -- How to build a city -- Toxically pure -- They'll have to carry me out -- Better neighbors -- Blessed to be gray.
"In the tradition of Joe Bageant's Deer Hunting With Jesus and J. D. Vance's Hillbilly Elegy, an intimate account of social change, country music, and a vanishing way of life as a Shenandoah town collides with the twenty-first century"--
Baker Berry F234.W8 L56 2018
Le Pérou avant les Incas
sous la direction de Santiago Uceda Castillo et Luis Jaime Castillo
Paris : Flammarion, 
Cet ouvrage est publié à l'occasion de l'exposition éponyme présentée au musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, Paris, du 14 novembre 2017 au 1er avril 2018. Les vestiges des premières sociétés de la côte nord du Pérou subissaient depuis longtemps l'outrage du temps et des destructions. Leur souvenir s'évanouissait dans l'ombre d'une civilisation éclatante, celle des Incas. Depuis trente ans, fouilles et études des cultures matérielles livrent peu à peu les secrets d'une histoire se comptant en millénaires. Le Pérou avant les Incas témoigne avec science et clarté de ces trésors du patrimoine culturel péruvien mis au jour par les archéologues : remarquables céramiques, ornements ouvragés en or, cuivre et argent.0Dans la facture de ces pièces et dans leurs fonctions se lisent des pratiques sociales, des relations de pouvoir, des croyances que l'ouvrage questionne de manière passionnante. Par l'analyse de l'architecture, se dessine la trame de sociétés sans lesquelles les Incas n'auraient sans doute pas atteint le degré de développement et d'innovation qui fut le leur.
Baker Berry F3429 .P47 2017
Del norte bravos hijos : orígenes del departamento Norte de Santander : aspectos socioeconómicos y políticos
Meléndez Sánchez, Jorge, 1945- author
[Bogotá, Colombia] : Editorial Códice, junio de 2016
Baker Berry F2281.N6 M453 2016
Bolívar : los tiempos de la Carta de Jamaica : la integración latinoamericana
Medina, Medófilo, author
Bogotá, D.C. : Ediciones Aurora, 2016
Los tiempos de la Carta de Jamaica -- La Carta de Jamaica y la unión latinoamericana -- Documento. La carta de Jamaica.
Baker Berry F1412.B683 M435 2016
Coast-to-coast empire : Manifest Destiny and the New Mexico borderlands
Kiser, William S., 1986- author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Introduction -- Merchant capitalism and the Santa Fe trade -- The occupation and conquest of New Mexico -- Indian wars and the contest for the southwestern frontier -- Popular sovereignty and peculiar institutions -- Railroad capitalism and the transcontinental line -- The Civil War and the final contest for New Mexico.
"Analyzes the political and strategic importance of nineteenth-century New Mexico as the geographic space connecting Texas and California in terms of American imperialism, Manifest Destiny, and the sectionalism surrounding slavery debates"--
Baker Berry F801 .K57 2018
Diccionario crítico de los años 70 : todo lo que se dijo y lo que no se dijo de la época más violenta de la Argentina
Noriega, Gustavo, 1956- author
CABA : Margen Izquierdo, 
Baker Berry F2849.2 .N672 2017
Homeboy came to Orange : a story of people's power
Thompson, Ernest, 1907-1971, author
New York : New Village Press, 
"The story of a union organizer who found a second career in community organizing and helped a Jim Crow city become a a more equitable place."--Provided by the publisher.
Baker Berry F144.O6 T46 2018
Photopoetics at Tlatelolco : afterimages of Mexico, 1968
Steinberg, Samuel (Assistant professor of Spanish), author
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2016
Archive and event -- Postponed images : the plenitude of the unfinished -- Testimonio and the future without excision -- Exorcinema : spectral transitions -- Literary restoration -- An-archaeologies of 1968.
"In the months leading up to the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City, students took to the streets, calling for greater democratization and decrying crackdowns on political resistance by the ruling PRI party. During a mass meeting held at the Plaza of the Three Cultures in the Tlatelolco neighborhood, paramilitary forces opened fire on the gathering ... Rereading the legacy of this tragedy through diverse artistic-political interventions across the decades, [the book] explores the state's dual repression -- both the massacre's crushing effects on the movement and the manipulation of cultural discourse and political thought in the aftermath. Examining artifacts ranging from documentary photography and testimony to poetry, essays, chronicles, cinema, literary texts, video, and performance, Samuel Steinberg considers the broad photographic and photopoetic nature of modern witnessing as well as the specific elements of light (gunfire, flares, camera flashes) that ultimately defined the massacre. Steinberg also demonstrates the ways in which the labels of 'massacre' and 'sacrifice' inform contemporary perceptions of the state's blatant and violent repression of unrest. With implications for similar processes throughout the rest of Latin America from the 1960s to the present day, [the book] provides a powerful new model for understanding the intersection of political history and cultural memory."--
Baker Berry F1386.4.T597 S74 2016
A dark inheritance : blood, race, and sex in colonial Jamaica
Newman, Brooke N., author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
Baker Berry F1896.A1 N49 2018
Afrodescendientes en el Valle del Cauca : ensayos históricos
Valencia Llano, Alonso, author
Cali, Colombia : Universidad del Valle, Programa Editorial, 2016
Aportes de los afrodescencientes al desarrollo Valle del Cauca -- Los sectores populares en la independencia del Valle del Cauca -- Los esclavos durante los primeros cincuenta años de la República -- Los esclavos y el proceso de independencia andina -- A modo de síntesis: el largo proceso de abolición de la esclavitud.
Baker Berry F2281.V3 V28 2016
Breve historia de Cartagena
Forero P., Marco, author
Bogotá, Colombia : Ariel, abril de 2016
Conquista y fundación de Cartagena de Indias -- Periodo colonial -- La Independencia -- Siglo XIX -- Siglo XX -- Anexo. Espacios arquitectónicos, históricos y culturales de Cartagena de Indias.
Baker Berry F2291.C3 F67 2016
Breve historia de Bogotá
Forero P., Marco, author
Bogotá : Ariel, abril de 2016
Baker Berry F2291.B657 F67 2016
Lansing : Michigan Dept. of State, 1947-1990
Baker Berry F561 .M57
Michigan history magazine
Lansing, Mich. : Michigan Dept. of State, ©1991-
Baker Berry F561 .M57
Aprendizajes políticos entre la Unión Europea y América Latina
Beatriz Hernández, Jorge Gordín (coords.)
Santiago de Chile : Ril Editores, 2018
Política fiscal y crisis en perspectiva transatlántica: el caso de la adopción de leyes de responsabilidad fiscal en Grecia y Argentina / Jorge Gordín -- El modelo europeo de cohesión social: intercambio de experiencias y aprendizajes a partir del programa EUROsociAL / Beatriz Hernández -- Community of practice en cooperación al desarrollo: aprendizajes y oportunidades para la Unión Europa y América Latina / Laura Ruiz Jiménez -- The strategic partnership between Brazil and the European Union and the dialogues in human rights: a case of policy transfer / Miriam Gomes Saraiva y Jessica Luciano Gomes y Jessica Luciano Gomes -- Las experiencias europeas y latinoamericanas en seguiridad: aprendizaje y discordancias / Rut Diamint.
Baker Berry F1416.E86 A77 2018
Uma luz na história
Tubino, Nina Maria Harres, author
[Goiânia, GO] : Editora Kelps, 2015
Baker Berry F2521 .T87 2015
Argentina's missing bones : revisiting the history of the dirty war
Brennan, James P., 1955- author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Threats : apostles of the new order -- Dictatorship : terrorizing Córdoba -- Death camp : La Perla -- Institutional dynamics : the Third Army Corps -- Transnational dynamics : the Cold War and the war against subversion -- Five trials : public reckonings of a violent past -- Remembering : memories of violence and terror -- Assigning blame : who was responsible for the dirty war?
"Argentina's missing bones: revisiting the history of the dirty war examines the history of state terrorism during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship in a single place: the industrial city of Córdoba, Argentina's second largest city and the site of some of the dirty war's greatest crimes. It examines the city's previous history of social protest, working-class militancy, and leftist activism as an explanation for the particular nature of the dirty war there. Argentina's missing bones examines both national and transnational influences on the counter-revolutionary war in Córdoba. The book also considers the legacy of this period and examines the role of the state in constructing a public memory of the violence and holding those responsible accountable through the most extensive trials for crimes against humanity to take place anywhere in Latin America"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F2849.2 .B743 2018
Saberes compartidos : tradición clásica, cultura hispánica e identidades criollas en el nuevo mundo (siglos XVI-XIX)
al cuidado de Àlex Gómez Romero ; con la colaboración de Bernat Garí y Christian Snoey ; María Aguilera Fernández and nine others
Bellaterra [España] : Centro para la Edición de los Clásicos Españoles, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, 2017
La evangeliación jesuita en el ocaso de la Filipinas hispánica : cambios y controversias -- La América del siglo XVIII vista por los historiadores españoles del siglo XIX : la nacionalización de un imperio -- "Por su particular cuidado y asistencia para la enseñanza" : aproximaciones a la enseñanza de instrumentos musicales en Nueva España durante el siglo XVIII --- Saberes y enseñanzas en Errores del entendimiento humano (1781) de Benito Díaz de Gamarra -- Cultura oral y transgresión en el Atlántico ibérico (s. XVI-XVIII) -- La proyección misional de los dominicos catalanes en el territorio de la Baja California durante la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII -- Los orígenes de un subgénero olvidado : la fábula neoclásica en México anterior al Diario de México -- La imagen rebelde : la Virgen de Guadalupe entre identidad autóctona y retórica visual -- Floripes y Fierabrás : Retrotopía y contextualización -- ¿Mujeres con birrete? Representaciones de una 'teología femenin' en el santoral novohispano a partir de la imagen de Santa Teresa (siglos XVII y XVIII).
Baker Berry F1408.3 .S22 2017
El Babel integracionista latinoamericano : propuestas de cooperación e integracionismo de líderes y tendencias partidarias
Aranda, Gilberto C., 1972- author
Santiago de Chile : RiL Editores, 2018
Baker Berry F1415 .A73 2018
Historia internacional de América Latina : de las independencias a la II Guerra Mundial (1776-1945)
Tabanera, Nuria, author
Madrid : Editorial Síntesis, 
Baker Berry F1412 .T24 2017
El virreinato de la Nueva España frente a la Constitución de Cádiz durante el periodo de la independencia de México : la llave histórica de Lucas Alamán
Andrés Martín, Juan Ramón de, author
Madrid : Dykinson, 
Baker Berry F1232.A32 A63 2018
A new history of modern Latin America
Clayton, Lawrence A., author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Independence and turmoil. Background to independence ; The coming of independence to South America ; The independence movements: on to victory ; The aftermath of independence ; The search for political order: 1830s-1850s -- Nation building. Order and progress ; Citizen and nation on the road to progress ; The development of nations: Mexico and Central America ; The development of nations: South America ; Inventing Latin America ; Changing worlds and new empires -- Reform and revolution. Early populism in South America ; Dictators of the Caribbean basin ; Divergent paths to modern nationhood: Panama, Brazil, and Peru ; Early revolutionaries: Mexico, Brazil, and Nicaragua -- Confronting global challenges. The 1930s: years of depression and upheaval ; Latin America in World War II ; The classic populists -- Dictatorship, development, and democracy. Mexico since World War II ; Colombian conundrum ; Caribbean basin countercurrents ; The Cuban revolution and its aftermath ; The national security states ; Democratization and conflict in the late Twentieth Century ; Latin America in the Twenty-First Century.
"This comprehensive text provides a detailed narrative history of each of the nations of Latin America, from Chile and Argentina in the South to Mexico and Cuba in the north. It begins with the Wars of Independence in the early nineteenth century and stretches to the democratic turn in the twenty-first. It interprets major themes, such as the age of caudillos in the nineteenth century, populism in the twentieth century, and globalization in the twenty-first century. These themes, along with others such as ethnic strife, social revolutions, and militarism, transcend borders and show the unity of the Latin America experience, even as the text draws out the diversity that marks the region's geography, peoples, and cultures."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1413 .C63 2017
Race and the Brazilian body : Blackness, Whiteness, and everyday language in Rio de Janeiro
Roth-Gordon, Jennifer, 1972- author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Brazil's "comfortable racial contradiction" -- "Good" appearances : race, language, and citizenship -- Investing in whiteness: middle-class practices of linguistic discipline -- Fears of racial contact : crime, violence, and the struggle over urban space -- Avoiding blackness : the flip side of boa aparência -- Making the mano : the uncomfortable visibility of blackness in politically conscious Brazilian hip-hop -- Conclusion : "seeing" race.
"Based on the spontaneous conversations of shantytown youth hanging out on the streets of their neighborhoods and interviews from the comfortable living rooms of the middle class, Race and the Brazilian Body asks how racial ideas about the superiority of whiteness and the inferiority of blackness continue to play out in the daily lives of Rio de Janeiro's residents. This ethnographic account describes how cariocas (Rio residents) "read" the body for racial signs, looking beyond phenotype to pay careful attention to cultural and linguistic practices, including the use of nonstandard speech commonly described as slang (gíria)"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F2659.N4 R68 2017
God, War, and Providence : The Epic Struggle of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians against the Puritans of New England
Warren, James A., author
New York : Scribner, 2018
Introduction: A winter invasion in Narragansett Country -- 1635 : Indians and Puritans, separate and together -- A godly minister, banished -- "For persons distressed of conscience" : Providence -- Troubles on the frontier : the Pequot War -- "Did ever friends deal so with friends?" -- To London -- Rumors of war, unity at last, 1644-57 -- A royal charter, and new troubles in Narragansett Country, 1657-65 -- "In a strange way" : King Philip's War -- The Narragansett War -- Aftermath.
"God, War, and Providence tells the epic story of resistance to Puritan domination in Rhode Island, the heretic colony that was home to the Narragansetts, seventeenth-century New England's most powerful Indian tribe, and to Roger Williams, America's leading advocate of religious freedom. Dramatically banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1635, Williams purchased land from the Narragansetts and founded the town of Providence, Rhode Island, as a place where Indian and English cultures could flourish side by side, in peace. The Puritans, however, wanted to control Providence and achieve mastery over the Narragansetts. Williams and the Narragansetts waged a grueling forty-year resistance campaign against Puritan subjugation. Despite constant harassment, the tribe steadfastly refused to buckle under to the authority of the Puritan political confederation. After two military operations against the tribe sputtered into failure, an army of a thousand Puritan soldiers launched a ferocious attack on the tribe's remote fort in December 1675. The Great Swamp Fight drew the Narragansetts into the tragic and immensely destructive conflict known as King Philip's War, the event that historian Jill Lepore describes as the 'defining moment, when any lingering, though slight, possibility for [Indian] political and cultural autonomy was lost.' In God, War, and Providence, James A. Warren explores in detail the remarkable alliance between Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians, explaining how they joined forces to defend their autonomy and their distinctive ways of life against Puritan encroachment. Deeply researched and vividly written, this spellbinding account of the Narragansetts' courageous resistance campaign serves as a telling precedent for white-Native American encounters along the North American frontier for the next 250 years."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry F82 .W35 2018
Choses haïtiennes : politique et littérature
Marcelin, Frédéric, 1848-1917, author
Delmas : C3 Editions, 
Frédéric Marcelin (1848-1917): notice biographique -- Bibliographie chronologique -- Frédéric Marcelin parmi nous / Olivier Barrau -- Frédéric Marcelin: enfer ou purgatoire? / Michel Soukar -- Choses haïtiennes: politique et littérature (1896) / Michel Soukar -- Biographie critique -- [Introduction a l'édition de 1896] -- Edmond Paul -- Le roi Henri -- Haïti et les États-Unis -- Inauguration de la Société de Législation -- L'étranger en Haïti -- Le livre et la conférence -- Fonctionnaires et employés -- Jean-Jacques Dessalines -- Hannibal Price -- Dans trois ans -- Fatalité! -- Dans la baie de Mancenille -- Page retrouvée.
New edition of book originally published in 1896. Essay on politics and literature in Haiti. Frederic Marcelin (1848-1917) was a Haitian writer and politician. He was Chief of the Haitian Department of Finance from 1892-1894 under President Hippolyte and again 1905-1908 in the administration of President Nord Alexis. In 1905, Marcelin established the journal Haïti littéraire et sociale. He is also well-known for his novels Marilisse (1903), La Vengeance de Mama (1902), and Thémistocle Epaminondas Labasterre (1901).
Baker Berry F1921 .M3 2016b
The Routledge companion to gender, sex and Latin American culture
edited by Frederick Luis Aldama
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The Routledge Companion to Gender, Sex and Latin American Culture is the first comprehensive volume to explore the intersections between gender, sexuality, and the creation, consumption, and interpretation of popular culture in the Americas. The chapters seek to enrich our understanding of the role of pop culture in the everyday lives of its creators and consumers, primarily in the 20th and 21st centuries. They reveal how popular culture expresses the historical, social, cultural, and political commonalities that have shaped the lives of peoples that make up the Americas, and also highlight how pop culture can conform to and solidify existing social hierarchies, whilst on other occasions contest and resist the status quo. Front and center in this collection are issues of gender and sexuality, making visible the ways in which subjects who inhabit intersectional identities (sex, gender, race, class) are "othered", as well as demonstrating how these same subjects can, and do, use pop-cultural phenomena in self-affirmative and progressively transformative ways. Topics covered in this volume include TV, film, pop and performance art, hip-hop, dance, slam poetry, gender-fluid religious ritual, theater, stand-up comedy, graffiti, videogames, photography, graphic arts, sports spectacles, comic books, sci-fi and other genre novels, loteria card games, news, web, and digital media.
Baker Berry F1408.3 .R6755 2018
Le Duvaliérisme, l'Aristidisme : ça suffit!
Jean, Eddy Arnold, author
[Haïti] : Éditions Haiti Demain, 2017
Baker Berry F1928 .J43 2017
Thompson, Wayne C., 1943- author
Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Map of Canada -- Canada today -- Culture -- Geography -- People -- History -- Political system -- Foreign policy -- Defense -- Economy -- Future.
This is an annually updated presentation of Canada past and present continues to provide the reader an in-depth look at the country's culture, geography, people, economy, politics and future. The combination of factual accuracy and up-to-date detail along with its informed projections make this an outstanding resource for researchers, practitioners in international development, media professionals, government officials, potential investors and students. Now in its 34th edition, the content is thorough yet perfect for a one-semester introductory course or general library reference.
Baker Berry F1001 .T46 2018
Quand Gerard Gourgue parle de Clément Jumelle
Supplice, Daniel, 1951- author
Delmas [Haiti] : C3 editions, 
Baker Berry F1928.G68 S87 2017
L'égalité des races : Du gouvernement civil en Haïti
Janvier, Louis Joseph, 1855-1911, author
Delmas : C3 Éditions, 
Also includes Boyer Bazelais by Jean Price-Mars. This edition includes three fundamental texts by Haitian authors: L' égalité des races and Du gouvernement civil en Haïti by Louis Joseph Janvier and Boyer Bazelais by Jean Price-Mars. The latter work has a critical text by Étienne Danton Charlier of the Parti Libéral et Parti National. Joseph Janvier (1855-1911) was a Haitian journalist, diplomat and novelist who also wrote several novels about Haitian life. Jean Price-Mars (1876-1969) was a Haitian teacher, diplomat, writer, and ethnographer. His writings championed the Negritude movement in Haiti. This new edition makes accessible three important texts for the study of Haitian history.
Baker Berry F1921 .J357 2016
Modestes contributions à la postérité : né pour servir la République
Lambert, Joseph, 1961- author
[Paris, France] : C3 Éditions, 
Testimony of Joseph Lambert, Haitian politician who has held several positions in the government since 1990. Mainly known for his moderate position, he was senator and president of the Senate from 2006 to 2008. He was reelected to the Senate in 2017. He has previously published Les mots en vrai publié.
Baker Berry F1928.23.L36 A3 2017
Saint-Domingue : anthologie d'histoire de la colonie française (1697-1804)
Odette Roy Fombrun
[Port-au-Prince, Haïti?] : [publisher not identified], 
Tome I. 1697-1793 -- Tome II. 1793-1804.
Baker Berry F1923 .S25 2017
"Est-ce que ça dérange?" : les choix scandaleux des dirigeants haïtiens
Lubérice, Rénald, author
Delmas, Haiti : C3 Éditions, 
Analysis of current Haitian politics, the October 9, 2016 elections and their aftermath.
Baker Berry F1928.2 .L83 2017
Finding true North : a history of one small corner of the Adirondacks
Yardley, Fran, 1944- author
Albany : Excelsior Editions, an imprint of State University of New York Press, 
Into the wilderness -- Splinters in our fingers -- Rooting and growing -- One swipe at a time -- Unraveled -- Balancing -- Finding true North.
Baker Berry F129.S26 Y37 2018
The prairie populist : George Hara Williams and the untold story of the CCF : an essay on radical leadership in a time of crisis and the victory of socialist agrarian populism, 1921-1944
Conway, John Frederick, author
Regina, Saskatchewan : University of Regina Press, 2018
George Hara Williams: A Word Portrait -- George Hara Williams: Roots to 1921 -- The Political and Economic Context: The Rise of the United Farmers of Canada (Saskatchewan Section), 1922-1926 -- Leading the Farmers into Politics: 1926 to 1931 -- Building the CCF: Leadership Lost and Regained, 1931 to 1936 -- Building the CCF: Defeating Social Credit, 1936 to 1938 -- Fighting the War in the CCF and in Europe, 1937 to 1944 -- Endgame: The 1944 Election -- The Shame of the Intellectuals -- Conclusion: Williams in Canadian History.
"James Naylor, author of The Fate of Labour Socialism George Hara Williams was the most successful of the early leaders of the CCF in Saskatchewan. But his role in the party was undermined by Tommy Douglas and M.J. Coldwell, and now he is largely forgotten. The populist who mobilized farmers of the province to support a socialist platform, Williams was one of five MLAs elected in the 1934 election, becoming Leader of the Opposition. He firmly supported socialists participating in the struggle against fascism, including military action, a position not held by everyone in the party. While Williams was serving overseas, a campaign to replace him as leader, led by Coldwell and Douglas, was successful. Until now, the full story of Williams's role in building the CCF and bringing it to the threshold of power, and his defeat as leader, has never been told."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1072.W38 C66 2018
Cherry, Rachel E
Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, 
Baker Berry F379.H7 C49 2014
Cacaxtla : conservación de la arquitectura de fábrica
Buendía Herrera, Víctor Hugo, author
Ciudad de México : Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2017
Introducción -- Construcción del gran basamento de Cacaxtla -- Teoría y conservanción de las estructuras de fabricas -- Investigación e intervención de las fabricas. Propuestas metodologias.
The pre-Hispanic City of Cacaxtla is one of the most representative examples of the creative genius of the societies that formed the great cultural region denominated by Paul Kirchhoff in 1943, as Mesoamerica. The neglect of the time, - as assumed alteration of built assets -archaeological explorations, as well as the use of atavistic conservation techniques, which were not always employed materials suitable for-, made necessary an intervention that would return stability and balance to the so-called great basement of Cacaxtla. This book comprises a present account of such meticulous work which with the help of various specialists, headed by Dr. Laura Ledesma Gallegos, has as its main objective, based on the use of pre-Hispanic metrology and the geometry, as well as the use of factory materials, to ensure the permanence of this example of Mexico's cultural heritage for future generations.
Baker Berry F1435.1.C32 B84 2017
La moledora : el último mito de los Pastos
Ávalos, Édison, author
Quito, Ecuador : Ediciones Abya-Yala, 2017
The ancestors are telling that many years ago there was living in the cold mountainous regions of the frontier between Colombia and Ecuador a woman who intercepted the men grinded them with two gigantic stones and then ate them sucking out their bones.The authors of this book, parting from an interdisciplinarian reflection, are pointing out in this story, called La moledora, the cultural features of the Pasto Indians, adjudicated to the Agricultural Community La Esperanza in Carchi and to the Indian Protectorate of Chiles in Nariño. Moreover, they state that the actualization of this story, linked to other tales of the local oral tradition, allows the narrative return of sacred beliefs that are supposed to be eradicated since the Spanish Conquest. So, La moledora has been brought up as a millennial ark, where the Indian community is constructing incessantly and maintaining permanently its ethics of the Pastos.
Baker Berry F2270.2.P44 A83 2017
Crónicas de ayer
Loynaz, Dulce María, 1902-1997, author
La Habana, Cuba : Letras Cubanas, 
Últimos textos de una dama : crónicas y memorias de Dulce María Loynaz / Luisa Campuzano -- Preámbulo -- Un príncipe ruso en La Habana -- El príncipe visita a Matanzas -- Un baile de máscaras -- María Cay iba de japonesa... -- Después del baile -- A propósito de escrutinios... -- La más fermosa -- Se casa la reina... -- En casa de la novia -- El final de una crónica -- Feliz siglo nuevo -- Aquel San Silvestre en el Vedado... -- Bautizo elegante -- Nacer, amar, morir -- La gran toilette de la Infanta -- Infanta Eulalia : función de gala -- Ellas no fueron al garden party -- Solo de caballeros -- El baile de los condes de Fernandina -- Un fuego que se apaga... -- Los carnavales -- Un baile infantil -- Los días de santo -- En la playa -- Los baños de mar -- Los balnearios -- El veraneo -- El paseo del Prado -- Otra vuelta por el Prado -- Cocktail diplomático -- Baile en Capitanía -- Breve boceto de la reina novia.
Baker Berry F1760 .L69 2017
Extranjeros y Revolución en México : impacto y consecuencias entre la población europea, 1910-1920
Pérez Acevedo, Martín, 1963- author
Morelia, Michoacán, Méxio : Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, 2016
Baker Berry F1392.A1 P47 2016
Justicia, política y sociedad en el México contemporáneo
Eduardo N. Mijangos Díaz (coordinador)
Morelia, Mich. : Universidad Latina de América, 2017
Baker Berry F1306 .N26 2017
Las pinturas realistas de Tetitla, Teotihuacan : estudios a través de la obra de Agustín Villagra Caleti
Leticia Staines Cicero y Christophe Helmke, coordinadores
México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, 2017
Presentación / María Teresa Uriarte -- Una introducción al conjunto de Tetitla y sus pinturas realistas / Leticia Staines Cicero y Christophe Helmke -- Agustín Villagra Caleti: su contribución al estudio y conservación de las pinturas realistas / Leticia Staines Cicero -- Teotihuacán tierra de encuentros: la presencia maya en Teotihuacán en el contexto de otras presencias étnicas durante el periodo Clásico / Erik Velásquez Garcia, Cecilia Maria Leni y Alejandro Cañas Ortiz -- Aquellos del este: representaciones de dioses y hombres mayas en las pinturas realistas de Tetitla, Teotihuacán / Karl Taube -- El pasado es un país lejano: Un análisis epigráfico de los textos mayas de Tetitla, Teotihuacán / Chrostophe Helmke -- Lo bebedores de Tetitla representaciones del consumo ritual de pulque en los murales de Teotihuacán / Jesper Nielsen y Christophe Helmke -- Los fragmentos de pintura mural de la bodega de Tetitla: registro y conservación / Gloria Dolores Torres Rodríguez y Claudia María López Pérez -- Semblanzas -- Lista de figuras -- Álbum de las pinturas realistas de Tetitla, Teotihuacán de Agustín Villagra Caleti.
In 1952, Agustín Villagra Caleti (Mexico City 1907) was commissioned by INAH to document and produce a scientific registry of the fragments of the murals found in the architectural complex of Tetila in the archaeological site of Teotihuacan. Villagra Caleti copied in original size the derbis of the murals of corridors 12 and 128 of the discovered site. He call his gouache paintings "Realistic Paintings". This monograph presents for the first time the album of drawings of Villagra. Of the 58, paintings numbered 1 to 57 and 103 are part of the first folder. A second folder containing paintings 58 to 101 is still unpublished. The edition was complemented with analytical contributions along with important iconographic and epigraphic data of the murals. The complete works of Villagra Caleti (156 rolls and 21 files of drawings of pre-Hispanic art manifestations) were donated to UNAM IIE in 2006 and are now part of the holdings of the Fondo Reservado section of the Biblioteca Justino Fernández.
Baker Berry F1219.1.T27 P56 2017
Justin Trudeau and Canadian foreign policy : Canada among nations 2017
Norman Hillmer, Philippe Lagassé, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry F1034.2 .J87 2018
Deeply rooted in the present : heritage, memory, and identity in the Brazilian quilombos
Kenny, Mary Lorena, author
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2018
Introduction -- Slavery, Quilombos, and land -- From enslavement to Quilombolas -- Quilombola identity -- Conclusion.
"Based on ethnographic fieldwork, interviews, and historical research, Deeply Rooted in the Present illustrates the processes that contribute to making cultural identity, and the ways in which memories, knowledge, and experience are made into heritage. Using a quilombola community (descendants of enslaved Africans) in Northeast Brazil as a case study, Kenny asks what it means to be a quilombola in the 21st century. In the process, she demonstrates how heritage and identity do not simply exist, but are continually being made and remade according to the social, cultural and political needs of the present. The book includes an appendix of supplementary exercises that encourage readers to make connections between the case study at hand, their own heritage, and heritage making efforts in other parts of the world."--
Baker Berry F2659.N4 K46 2018
After insurgency : revolution and electoral politics in El Salvador
Sprenkels, Ralph, author
Notre Dame, Indiana : University of Notre Dame Press, 
Echoes of revolution -- Part 1. Drawing out insurgent relations. El Salvador's insurgency : a relational account -- Interlude : with the FPL in Chalatenango, 1992-95 -- Postinsurgent reconversion -- Part 2. Ethnographies of postinsurgency. Inside Chalatenango's former "People's Republic" -- Postwar life trajectories of former guerrilla fighters -- FMLN veterans' politics -- Salvadoran politics and the enduring legacies of insurgency.
"El Salvador's 2009 presidential elections marked a historical feat: Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN) became the first former Latin American guerrilla movement to win the ballot after failing to take power by means of armed struggle. In 2014, former comandante Salvador Sánchez Cerén became the country's second FMLN president. After Insurgency focuses on the development of El Salvador's FMLN from armed insurgency to a strong and competitive political party. At the end of the war in 1992, the historical ties between insurgent veterans enabled the FMLN to reconvert into a relatively effective electoral machine. However, these same ties also fueled factional dispute and clientelism. Drawing on in-depth ethnographic fieldwork, Ralph Sprenkels examines El Salvador's revolutionary movement as a social field, developing an innovative theoretical and methodological approach to the study of insurgent movements in general and their aftermath in particular. By extensively analyzing the movement's internal politics, the book draws attention to insurgency's persistent legacies, both for those involved as well as for Salvadoran politics at large. Sprenkels reveals the personal perspectives and stories of former revolutionaries who must now contend with a postrevolutionary nation in El Salvador. He balances the personal narratives with a larger historical study of the civil war and of the transformation process of wartime forces into postwar political contenders. In documenting the shift from armed struggle to electoral politics, the book adds to ongoing debates about contemporary Latin America politics, the "pink tide," and post-neoliberal electoralism. It also charts new avenues in the study of insurgency and its aftermath."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1488.5 .S67 2018
Paisanos Chinos : transpacific politics among Chinese immigrants in Mexico
González, Fredy, 1984- author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Introduction -- Mexico for the Mexicans, China for the Chinese : political upheaval and the anti-Chinese campaigns in postrevolutionary Sonora and Sinaloa -- Those who remained and those who returned : resistance, migration, and diplomacy during the anti-Chinese campaigns -- We won't be bullied anymore : the Chinese community in Mexico during the Second World War -- The golden age of Chinese Mexicans : anti-communist activism under ambassador Feng-Shan Ho, 1958-1964 -- The Cold War comes to Chinatown : Chinese Mexicans caught between Beijing and Taipei, 1955-1971 -- A new China, a new community -- Conclusion.
"Paisanos Chinos tracks Chinese Mexican transnational political activities in the wake of the anti-Chinese campaigns that crossed Mexico in 1931. Threatened by violence, Chinese Mexicans strengthened their ties to China--both Nationalist and Communist--as a means of safeguarding their presence. Paisanos Chinos illustrates the ways in which transpacific ties helped Chinese Mexicans make a claim to belonging in Mexico and challenge traditional notions of Mexican identity and nationhood. From celebrating the end of the Second World War alongside their neighbors to carrying out an annual community pilgrimage to the Basílica de Guadalupe, Chinese Mexicans came out of the shadows to refute longstanding caricatures and integrate themselves into Mexican society."--
Baker Berry F1392.C45 G67 2017
Green wars : conservation and decolonization in the Maya Forest
Ybarra, Megan, author
Oakland, California : University of California Press, 
Introduction: Conservation and settler logics of elimination -- Making the Maya Forest -- We didn't invade the park, the park invaded us -- Rethinking Ladinos as settlers -- Taxing the Kaxlan: Q'eqchi' self-determination within and beyond the Settler State -- Narco-narratives and twenty-first-century Green Wars -- Conclusion: Decolonizing the Maya Forest, and beyond.
"Green Wars challenges international conservation efforts, revealing through in-depth case studies how "saving" the Maya Forest facilitates racialized dispossession. Megan Ybarra brings Guatemala's 36-year civil war into the perspective of a longer history of 200 years of settler colonialism to show how conservation works to make Q'eqchi's into immigrants on their own territory. Even as the post-war state calls on them to claim rights as individual citizens, Q'eqchi's seek survival as a people. Her analysis reveals that Q'eqchi's both appeal to the nation-state and engage in relationships of mutual recognition with other Indigenous peoples -- and the land itself -- in their calls for a material decolonization"--
Baker Berry F1465.2.K5 Y33 2018
Adaptación y resistencia en los pueblos de indios de Córdoba en las últimas décadas coloniales : estructura interna, tributo y movilidad poblacional
Ferrero, Paula Verónica, author
Buenos Aires, Argentina : Prometeo Libros, 
Baker Berry F2821.1.C7 F47 2017
Córdoba a comienzos del siglo XIX : a partir de un plano de 1802
Bustos Argañarás, Prudencio, author
Córdoba, Argentina : Ediciones del Boulevard, 
Los antiguos planos de Córdoba -- El plano de 1802 -- Córdoba en 1802 -- El área urbanizada -- Las plazas y plazuelas -- Los paseos públicos -- Los cursos de agua naturales -- La distribución del agua -- Los edificios civiles -- Los edificios religiosos -- Los hospitales -- Los institutos de enseñanza -- Los servicios públicos -- Los caminos.
Baker Berry F3011.C7 B87 2017
La historia Argentina en perspectiva local y regional : nuevas miradas para viejos problemas
Susana Bandieri y Sandra Fernández (coordinadoras)
Buenos Aires, Argentina : Editorial Teseo, 
Baker Berry F2831 .H527 2017
Tiempos binarios : la Guerra Fría desde Puerto Rico y el Caribe
Manuel R. Rodríguez Vázquez, Silvia Álvarez Curbelo, editores
San Juan [P.R.] : Ediciones Callejón, 
Introducción: tiempos binarios, memorias múltiples / Manuel R. Rodríguez Vázquez, Silvia Álvarez Curbelo -- Un mundo perplejo: la discursiva de Luis Muñoz Marín en tiempos nucleares, 1946-1963 / Silvia Álvarez Curbelo -- Imaginar el desastre: aprensiones nucleares, desvaríos radioactivos y Defensa Civil en Puerto Rico, 1960-1965 / Manuel R. Rodríguez Vázquez -- Negociando el futuro: Cuba y Estados Unidos al finalizar la Segunda Guerra Mundial, 1944-1952 / Javier Figueroa de Cárdenas -- La criatura del mar encantado: medios y mediaciones de la Guerra Fría en Puerto Rico, 1945-1960 / Eliseo Colón Zayas -- Daños colatorales: utopía, ciudad y suburbio en tiempos de Guerra Fría, 1942-1972 / Jorge L. Lizardi Pollock -- Frías batallas, ardientes escaramuzas: guerra y cultura en Puerto Rico / Malen Rodríguez Castro -- "Un problema, un reto y una oportunidad": Puerto Rico y la transción dictadura-democracia en la República Dominicana, 1961-1965 / Carlos D. Altagracia Espada -- War! What is it good for! Absolutely nothing: testimonio de soldados sobre la guerra en Vietnam / Manuel Avilés-Santiago -- Desorientes familiares: la guerra de Vietnam en la poesía puertorriqueña del setenta / Mara Pastor Rodríguez.
Baker Berry F1976 .T54 2017
La polis colla : tierras, comunidades y política en la Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina
Espósito, Guillermina, author
Buenos Aires, Argentina : Prometeo Libros, 
Baker Berry F3430.1.C6 E87 2017
Puerto Rico y Estados Unidos : conversaciones sobre geópolitica, geocultura y postcolonialidad (2005-2007)
Rodríguez Cancel, Jaime L., 1948- author
San Juan, Puerto Rico : Editorial Luscinia C.E., 
Baker Berry F1976.4 .R63 2017
Redeeming La Raza : transborder modernity, race, respectability, and rights
González, Gabriela, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Redeeming La Raza in the world of two flags entwined -- Modernizing Mexico, 1900-1929 -- Social change, cultural redemption, and social stability: the political strategies of gente decente reform -- Masons, magonistas, and maternalists: liberal, anarchist, and maternalist thought within a local/global nexus -- Crossing borders to rebirth the nation: Leonor Villegas de Magnón and the Mexican Revolution -- Borderlands Mexican Americans in modern Texas, 1930-1950 -- All for country and home: the transnational lives and work of Romúlo Munguía and Carolina Malpica de Munguía -- La pasionaria (the passionate one): Emma Tenayuca and the politics of radical reform -- Struggling against Jaime Crow: LULAC, gente decente heir to a transborder political strategy.
"Redeeming La Raza examines the gendered and class-conscious political activism of Mexican-origin people in Texas from 1900 to 1950. In particular, it questions the inter-generational agency of Mexicans and Mexican Americans who subscribed to particular race-ethnic, class, and gender ideologies as they encountered barriers and obstacles in a society that often treated Mexicans as a nonwhite minority. Middle-class transborder activists sought to redeem the Mexican masses from body politic exclusions in part by encouraging them to become identified with the nation-state. Redeeming La Raza was as much about saving them from traditional modes of thought and practices that were perceived as hindrances to progress as it was about saving them from race and class-based forms of discrimination that were part and parcel of modernity. At the center of this link between modernity and discriminatory practices based on social constructions lay the economic imperative for the abundant and inexpensive labor power that the modernization process required. Labeling groups of people as inferior helped to rationalize their economic exploitation in a developing modern nation-state that also professed to be a democratic society founded upon principles of political egalitarianism. This book presents cases of transborder activism that demonstrate how the politics of respectability and the politics of radicalism operated, often at odds but sometimes in complementary ways."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F395.M5 G665 2018
El caballo de Troya de la cultura puertorriqueña : negocios, política y religión
Aranda Rodríguez, Armando M., author
San Juan, Puerto Rico : Publicaciones Puertorriqueñas, 
Introducción -- Capítulo I. Origen de la cultura puertorriqueña -- Capítulo II. El caballo de Troya de la cultura puertorriqueña: negocios, política y religión -- Capítulo III. Conclusiones y recomendaciones.
Baker Berry F1960 .A736 2017
Transiciones argentinas : política, ideología y juicios de lesa humanidad (1983-1995)
Massuco, Lucas S., author
Rosario, Santa Fe : Editorial Biblioteca, 2017
Historia y teoría -- Algunas precisiones teóricas -- Juicio al pasado -- Los derechos humanos y el consenso neoliberal -- Sobre la formación de la agenda gubernamental.
Baker Berry F2849.2 .M37 2017
Páginas dominicanas de historia contemporánea
Hoepelman, Antonio, author
Santo Domingo : Archivo General de la Nación, Departamento de Investigación y Divulgación, Área de Publicaciones, 2016
Baker Berry F1938 .H6 2016
El movimiento nacionalista dominicano contra la ocupación militar norteamericana, 1916-1924
Tejera, Eduardo J., 1947- author
Santo Domingo, República Dominicana : Editorial Luz de Luna, 2016
Baker Berry F1938.4 T453 2016x
Los gavilleros a los 100 años de su historia
Baret B., Víctor C., author
[Santo Domingo] : [publisher not identified], 2016
Baker Berry F1938.45 .B37 2016
Cultural agents reloaded : the legacy of Antanas Mockus
edited by Carlo Tognato ; translation, Lisa Crossman
Cambridge, MA : Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, 
Cultural Agents Reloaded: The Legacy of Antanas Mockus systematically reflects on the practices and legacy of one exceptional cultural agent, Antanas Mockus, twice Mayor of Bogotá, Colombia. His accomplishments bear witness to the potential of creative, symbolic practices as a trigger for social change. His failures, in turn, demonstrate what happens when cultural agency and epistemic legitimacy take divergent paths. Mockus's example motivates us to further revise and sharpen our understanding of what cultural agency is in the present day by bringing into focus some of the most formidable challenges that public humanities face when they travel South and struggle to become genuinely global.
Baker Berry F2279.22.M63 C85 2017
Tip of the iceberg : my 3,000-mile journey around wild Alaska, the last great American frontier
Adams, Mark, 1967- author
New York, New York : Dutton, An imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 
"In 1899, railroad magnate Edward H. Harriman organized a most unusual summer voyage to the wilds of Alaska: He converted a steamship into a luxury "floating university," populated by some of America's best and brightest scientists and writers, including the anti-capitalist eco-prophet John Muir. Those aboard encountered a land of immeasurable beauty and impending environmental calamity. More than a hundred years later, Alaska is still America's most sublime wilderness, both the lure that draws a million tourists annually on Inside Passage cruises and a natural resources larder waiting to be raided. As ever, it remains a magnet for weirdos and dreamers. Armed with Dramamine and an industrial-strength mosquito net, Mark Adams sets out to retrace the 1899 expedition. Using the state's intricate public ferry system, the Alaska Marine Highway System, Adams travels three thousand miles, following the George W. Elder's itinerary north through Wrangell, Juneau, and Glacier Bay, then continuing west into the colder and stranger regions of the Aleutians and the Arctic Circle. Along the way, he encounters dozens of unusual characters (and a couple of very hungry bears) and investigates how lessons learned in 1899 might relate to Alaska's current struggles in adapting to the pressures of a changing climate and world." -- Amazon.com.
Baker Berry F910.5 .A313 2018
Devil's mile : the rich, gritty history of the Bowery
Alexiou, Alice Sparberg, 1951- author
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2018
The Dutch -- The governor with the silver leg -- Bowery Lane -- The Astors -- Shakespeare and Jim Crow come to the Bowery Theatre -- The mob takes the stage -- The Civil War on the Bowery -- The devil's work -- The Jews -- The king of the Bowery -- The bums on the Bowery -- Punk -- Bones and ghosts.
"A fascinating cultural history of New York City's Bowery, from the author of The Flatiron. The Bowery was a synonym for despair throughout most of the 20th century. The neighborhood's name recalled visuals of drunken bums passed out on the sidewalk, and New Yorkers nicknamed it 'Satan's Highway,' 'The Mile of Hell,' and 'The Street of Forgotten Men.' It was so shameful for so many years that the little businesses along the Bowery--stationers, dry goods sellers, jewelers, hatters--periodically asked the city to change the street's name. To have a Bowery address, they claimed, was hurting them; people did not want to venture there. But in the 1990s, as New York was exploding into real estate frenzy, developers discovered the Bowery. Around 2000, they rushed in and began tearing down. Today, the bad old Bowery no longer exists, and instead, Whole Foods, hipster night spots, and expensive lofts replace the flophouses and dive bars. In Devil's Mile, Alice Sparberg Alexiou explores the history and future of The Bowery back to its origins, when farmland covered the areas around the boulevard and the area around it was considered outside of town. She'll explore the years after the Civil War when the Bowery rivaled Fifth Avenue for best Manhattan addresses. And she'll tell this story as soon as she can, before all its old buildings, and the memories associated with them, disappear"--
Baker Berry F128.67.B6 A44 2018
La isla de Haití
Tippenhauer, Louis Gentil, 1867-1959, author
Santo Domingo, D.N., República Dominicana : Academia Dominicana de la Historia, 2016
Baker Berry F1901 .T5918 2016