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The following bibliography lists references relating to the prehistory, early history (to 1821), and ethnography of Baja California, often with brief annotations. Included are published books and articles, theses and disserations, oral conference papers, and unpublished archaeological reports. In some cases, the accuracy or relevance of a citation has not yet been verified. This listing is inevitably incomplete.
Data source. Annual public opinion surveys related to democracy, politics and government from 1992 to the present, from interviews with people living in Latin America, Spain, Portugal and with Latinos in the U.S.
Created by UNAM and based on the content of these works: Diccionario Enciclopedico de la Medicina Tradicional Mexicana. La Medicina Tradicional de los Pueblos Indigenas de Mexico. Atlas de las Plantas de la Medicina Tradicional Mexicana. Flora Medicinal Indigena de Mexico.
Link provided by the Biblioteca Nacional de El Salvador. Includes digital versions of Salvadoran national literature. Currently provides access to these collections: BINAES - Biblioteca Nacional de El Salvador "Francisco Gavidia"  CBUES - Consorcio de Bibliotecas Universitarias de El Salvador  CONACYT - Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología  ESEN - Escuela Superior de Economía y Negocios  ITCA-FEPADE - Escuela Especializada en Ingeniería  UCA - Universidad Centroamericana "José Simeón Cañas"  UDB - Universidad Don Bosco  UDJMD - Universidad "Dr. José Matias Delgado"  UEES - Universidad Evangélica de El Salvador  UES - Universidad de El Salvador  UFG - Universidad "Francisco Gavidia"  UTEC - Universidad Tecnológica de El Salvador 
The Center for Maya Research publishes the Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing whose subject matter includes (1) interpretative works dealing with both Maya hieroglyphic writing and iconography; (2) issues of interest and utility on the history and bibliography of Maya research; and (3) the presentation of new texts and the revision of previously available drawings of hieroglyphic texts.
Covers biographical information on more than 450 heads-of-state and members of governing juntas of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, and of the defunct Central American Federation.
Online collection from Harvard University. Five of the expeditions in the 19th and early 20th centuries cover areas of Latin America.--Guatemala, Peru, Mexico and South America. Includes maps, photographs and published materials and manuscripts.
The Adrian Cowell collection consists of 16 mm films, video tapes, slides and field diaries on the Braailian Amazon. It covers 50 years of work documenting the history through images, following the process of development of the Amazon and the impact of changes on the life of people in the region: indigenous people, rubber tappers, loggers, miners, etc.
The IDATD by the ECLAC provides access to full information and documentation on the trade dispute process. It includes WTO, MERCOSUR. NAFTA, CARICOM, Andean Community, CACM and an option for an integrated search.
Database is made available online by the Division of International Trade and Integration of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
The hope is that these oral histories will serve as a valuable resource for research on the business history of these two countries since the 1960s. On this site,visitors can listen to the interviews (in Spanish) and also read transcripts in English. Each profile contains a brief biography of each businessperson, along with material on their service to their respective industry.
On the study of colonial Mesoamerican pictorial manuscripts. Includes digital images of the manuscripts. The term "mapa" was used loosely in New Spain to refer to pictorials that may or may not have had a cartographic dimension, but ofent showed the territories of landscapes of indigenous communities.
A compilation of articles by members of the American Association of Law Libraries’ Latin American Law Interest Group. It covers all aspects of Mexican legal research in three main sections-- “Primary Sources,” “Secondary Sources,” and “Online Resources.” The latter includes commercial and free collections of Mexican legal resources on the Web.
Virtual library with more than 8,000 titles freely available, related to aspects of democracy in Latin America and 50 hours on video of conferences with top social scientists, policy makers and specialists.
Brazilian portal with fulltext, images, sound and video of works in public domain. Contains about 157,000 items, with texts in the majority. Capability to browse by author. Highlights are works by Brazilian author Machado de Assis and Portuguese author Fernando de Pessoa.
The SciELO Books Portal publishes national and thematic collections of academic books online with the objective of maximizing the visibility, accessibility, use and impact of the research results, essays and studies that are published in them. The books published by SciELO Books are selected by a scientific committee following a peer review process. The digital versions of the books are formatted according to international standards that allow for access and citation controls, and that permit the books to be read on the widest possible variety of ebook readers, tablets, smartphones and internet browsers. Apart from the SciELO Books Portal itself, the books can be found via search engines. They will also become available through other international distribution channels.