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Bolivia

The Bolivia Reader - Rossana Barragan
The Bolivia Reader provides a panoramic view, from antiquity to the present, of the history, culture, and politics of a country...
Producing silver for the world
The silver trade powered global connections for more than three centuries, and from 1450 to 1800, 85% of the world’s silver...
Potosí Silver Mines
The discovery of silver in Cerro Rico, Bolivia, prompted the foundation of the mining town Potosí on 10 April 1545. Francisco de...
Hunger March Bolivia
In La Paz, Bolivia 100.000 people marched against hunger on 15 September 1982. The march ended in a general strike whereupon the...
Oppressed, Not Defeated
'Oppressed, not defeated' is printed in small type on a pamphlet published by the Bolivian Human Rights Committee about the...
Bolivian Social Movements 1992-2010
The Collection Bolivian Social Movements 1992-2010 was an outgrowth of a SEPHIS Project about 'Preserving Social Memory: History...
A Bolivian in Holland
The papers of the late Consuelo Maria Quiton Daza were acquired in 2011. She was born in 1947 in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She started...
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