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The emancipation of South America

Author: Bartolomé Mitre; William Pilling
Publisher: New York : Cooper Square Publishers, 1969.
Series: Library of Latin American history and culture.
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Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Emancipation of South America.
New York, Cooper Square Publishers, 1969
(OCoLC)656737846
Named Person: José de San Martín
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bartolomé Mitre; William Pilling
OCLC Number: 452278
Notes: Reprint of the 1893 ed. with a new introd.
Translation of: Historia de San Martín y de la emancipación sudamericana.
Description: xxviii, 499 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Historical introduction --
San Martin in Europe and in America (1778-1812) --
The Lautaro lodge (1812-1813) --
San Lorenzo (1813-1814) --
Upper Peru (1814) --
The war in the north (1814) --
The Chileno-Argentine revolution (1810-1811) --
Progress and the fall of the Chilian revolution (1811-1814) --
Cuyo (1814-1815) --
The spy system of the patriots (1815-1816) --
The idea of the passage of the Andes (1815-1816) --
The army of the Andes (1816-1817) --
The passage of the Andes (1817) --
Chacabuco (1817) --
The first campaign in the south of Chile (1817) --
Argentine-Chileno alliance (1817) --
Cancha-Rayada (1817-1818) --
Maipo (1818) --
The first naval campaign on the Pacific (1818) --
The repassage of the Andes (1818-1819) --
Cochrane-Callao-Valdivia (1819-1820) --
The disobedience of San Martin (1819-1820) --
The convention of Rancagua (1820) --
Peru (1820) --
The expedition to Peru (1820) --
The opening of the campaign (1820-1821) --
The first campaign in the highlands (1820-1821) --
The armistice of Punchauca (1821) --
The second campaign in the highlands (1821) --
The expedition to the south (1821) --
Peru independent (1821) --
The protectorate of Peru (1821-1822) --
San Martin and Cochrane (1821-1822) --
The disaster at Ica (1821-1822) --
The revolutions in Quito and Venezuela (1809-1812) --
The revolutions in new Granada and Quito (1809-1813) --
The reconquest of Venezuela (1813) --
The second fall of Venezuela (1814) --
The dissolution of new Granada (1815-1817) --
The third war in Venezuela (1815-1817) --
The reorganization of Venezuela (1817-1819) --
Boyaca-Columbia-Carabobo (1819-1822) --
The war in Quito (1821-1822) --
Guayaquil (1822) --
The interview of Guayaquil (1822) --
The abdication of San Martin (1822) --
The first national government of Peru (1822-1823) --
Junin-Ayacucho (1823-1824) --
Apogee, decline and fall of Boliver (1824-1830).
Series Title: Library of Latin American history and culture.
Other Titles: Historia de San Martín y de la emancipación sudamericana.
Responsibility: Being a condensed translation by William Pilling of the History of San Martin by Bartolomé Mitre. With an introd. by A. Curtis Wilgus.

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