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q  ANDAGOYA The Adelantado Pascual de. - Traducido al Ingles por MARKHAM C.R. (1865) Narrative of the Proceedings of Pedrarias Davila in the Provinces of Tierra Firme of Castilla del Oro, and of the discovery of the South Sea and the Coasts of Peru and Nicaragua. The Hakluyt Society, London, 138 pp.

q  ANDERSON C.L.G. (1914) Old Panama and Castilla del Oro. Boston, The Page Company, 432 pp.

q  BARD S.A. (=Squier Ephraim Georges) (1855) Adventures on the Mosquito Shore. New York, Harper & Bros. 374 pp.

q  BELLY  M. F. (1858) Percement de L´isthme de Panama par Le Canal de Nicaragua. Exposé de la Question. Paris Aux Bureaux de La Direction Du Canal, 27, Rue Laffitte, 27, Et a La Librairie Nouvelle, 15, Boulevard Des Italiens, 13. (Solo Portada).

q  BELT T. (1874) The Naturalist in Nicaragua. London, 396pp.

q  BELT T. (1874) El Naturalista en Nicaragua. Traducido por Jaime Incer (2003). Banco Central de Nicaragua. Coleccion Cultural de Centro America. Serie Viajeros No. 4, 394 pp.

q  BENARD E. (1874) Nicaragua and the Interoceanic Canal. Washington. 17+2 pp.

q  BOYLE F. (1868) A ride across a continent: a personal narrative of wandering through Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Volume I. Richard Bentley, London. Xxviii+299 pp.

q  BOYLE F. (1868) A ride across a continent: a personal narrative of wandering through Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Volume II. Richard Bentley, London. vii+297 pp.

q  BRANDRETH A.M. (1880) Professional Papers on Indian Engineering. Second Series. XXXVII. CCCXXVIII. Inter-oceanic Canal Projects. By Walton W. Evans  Pp. 223-258. Roorkee, Printed and Published at the Thomason College Press. 86 pp.

q  BRINTON D.G. (1883) Brinton’s Library of Aboriginal American Literature. Number III. The Gueguence; A comedy ballet in the Nahuatl-Spanish dialect of Nicaragua. Philadelphia. 172 pp.

q  BROWN T.Ch. (1997) Nahuas, Gachupines, Patriarchs and Piris: Nicaraguan History through Highland Peasant Eyes. Journal of American Culture, 20(4):97-111.

q  BUTTERWORTH H. (1898) Lost in Nicaragua. Or Among coffee farms and banana lands, in the countries of the Great Canal. Travel adventure Series. Boston and Chicago, W.A. Wilde & Company. 296 pp.

q  BYAM G. (1849) Wild Life in the Interior of Central America. London, John W. Parker, 253 pp.

q  BYAM G. (1850) Wanderings in some of the Western Republics of America with Remarks upon the cutting of the Great Canal through Central America. London, John W. Parker. 289 pp.

q  Central American Court of Justice (1916) Before the Central American Court of Justice. The Republic of Costa Rica against The Republic of Nicaragua. Washington, 80 pp.

q  Central American Court of Justice (1917) Before the Central American Court of Justice. The Republic of El Salvador v. The Republic of Nicaragua; growing out of a convention entered into by the Republic of Nicaragua with the United States of America for the sale of the San Juan River and other matters. San José, Costa Rica, 92 pp.

q  CHAPMAN C.E. (1922) An American Experiment in Nicaragua. The American Review of Reviews. Edited by Albert Shaw. LXVI:405-410.

q  DENEVAN W.M. (1992) The Pristine Myth: The Landscape of the Americas in 1492. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 82(3):369-385.

q  DORE E. (1997) Property, Household and Public Regulation of Domestic Life: Diriomo, Nicaragua 1840-1900. J. Lat. Amer. Stud., 29:591-611.

q  DORE E. (2003) Debt Peonage in Granada, Nicaragua, 1870-1930: Labor in a Noncapitalist Transition. Hispanic American Historical Review, 83(3):521-559.

q  DOUBLEDAY C.W. (1886) Reminiscences of The “Filibuster” War in Nicaragua. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York and London. 225 pp.

q  FELDBALLE F. (1893) Views from the Mosquito Reservation, Nicaragua, C.A. 62 pp.

q  FRENZEL de CASTRO H. (2000) Cartas y notas de Sandino y Sandinistas a Luis Frenzel, Yali, 1927-29. Con comentarios de Hulda Frenzel de Castro, su hija. 28pp.

q  FROBEL J. (1857) Aus Amerika. Erfahrungen, Reisen und Studien. Zweiter Band. Zweite wohlfeite Ausgabe. Leipzig, Dyt’fche Buchhandlung. 644 pp.

q  GADEA MANTILLA F. (1982) Nicaragua Ayer y Hoy. Editoriales. Segunda Edicion. 196 pp.

q  GISMONDI M. & MOUAT J. (2002) Merchants, Mining and Concessions on Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast: Reassessing the American Presence, 1893-1912. J. Lat. Amer. Stud., 34:845-879.

q  GOULD J. (1993) “Vana Ilusión” The Highlands Indians and the Myth of Nicaragua Mestiza, 1880-1925. Hispanic American Historical Review, 73(3):393-429.

q  GRANT General U.S. (1881 February) The Nicaragua Canal. The North American Review, 131(291):107-116.

q  HARRISON F.C. & CONANT C.A. (1912) Monetary reform for Nicaragua. Report presenting a Plan of Monetary Reform for Nicaragua. Submitted to Messrs. Brown Brothers & Company and Messrs. J. & W. Seligman & Company. 152 pp.

q  HAYENS H. (xxxx) Under the Lone Star. A story of revolution in Nicaragua. Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., London, Edinburgh, New York, Toronto and Paris. 390 pp.

q  HOUWALD Gotz Freiherr von (1975) Los Alemanes en Nicaragua. Coleccion Cultural, Banco de America, Managua, Nicaragua, 479 pp.

q  HOUWALD Gotz Freiherr von (1986) Deutsches Leben in Nikaragua. Auswanderer-Schicksale. 451 pp.

q  JAMISON J.C. (1909) With Walker in Nicaragua or Reminiscences of an Officier of the American Phalanx. E.W.Stephens Publishing Company, Columbia, Missouri. 181 pp.

q  JARQUIN BLANDON S. (1991) Jinotega. Recopilación histórica. EDIT-ARTE, Managua, 180 pp.

q  JARQUIN BLANDON S. (2006) Jinotega. Recopilación histórica. Versión en alemán por Arturo Castro Frenzel. Berlin, 151 pp.

q  KEASBEY   L.M. (1897) The Nicaragua Canal, The Gateway between the Oceans. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 9: pp139.

q  KEASBY L.M. (xxxx) XI. The National Canal Policy. Pp.277-288.

q  KOEBEL W.H. (1917) Central America. Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama and Salvador. T.Fisher Unwin Ltd. London. 436 pp.

q  LETTS J.M. (1852) California Illustrated: Including a description of the Panama and Nicaragua routes by a returned Californian. William Holdredge, Publisher. 332 pp.

q  LUCAS D.B. (1896) Nicaragua: War of the Filibusters. With Introductory Chapter by Lewis Baker. The Nicaragua Canal by W.A. MacCorkle. The Monroe Doctrine by J. Fairfax McLaughlin. Richmond, VA; B.F. Johnson Publishers Company. 258 pp.

q  MAYORGA D. J.W. (2008) Memorias de mi amado León. Vivencias, cuentos y relatos. Santiago de los Caballeros de Nicaragua. 175 pp.

q  McDONALD R.H. (1893) The Nicaragua Canal and other essays on Political economic topics. The Californian Publishing Company, San Francisco. 61 pp.

q  McQUEEN J. (1838) A general plan for a mail communication by steam between Great Britain and the Eastern and Western Parts of the World, also, to Canton and Sydney, westward by the Pacific to which are added Geographical Notices on the Isthmus of Panama, Nicaragua, &c.  London: B. Fellowes. 152 pp.

q  MENOCAL A.G. (1890) The Nicaragua Canal its design, final location, and work accomplished. Read at the Fourth International Congress of Inland Navigation, Manchester, 29 pp.

q  MERRY W.L. (1895) The Nicaragua Canal. The gateway between the oceans. Published by Authority of The Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, The Board of Trade of San Francisco, The Chamber of Commerce of Portland, Oregon, The Chamber of Commerce of San Diego. San Francisco, California, 46 pp.

q  MERRY W.L. (1900) San Francisco and The Nicaragua Canal. 20 pp.

q  MILLER J. (1872) Songs of the Sierras. London, Longmans, Green, and Co. 346 pp.

q  MILLER W. (1890) Nicaragua Canal. Report on Prospective Tonnage of Traffic. Presented by The Nicaragua Canal Construction Co., New York. 38 pp.

q  NADAL E.S. (1894) Francis Aquila Stout. Introductory remarks by E.S. Nadal. Francis Aquila Stout. A Study by Gen. John Meredith Read. The Nicaragua Canal by Commander Henry C. Taylor. New York. 134 pp.

q  NAPIER BELL C. (1890) Tangweera. Life and adventures among gentle savages. London, Edward Arnold, 356 pp.

q  NIMMO J. (1900) The Nicaragua Canal in its relation to Chicago and the Northwest. Washington, 6+2 pp.

q  OFFEN K.H. (2002) The Sambo and Tawira Miskitu: The Colonial Origins and Geography of Intra-Miskitu Differentiation in Eastern Nicaragua and Honduras. Ethnohistory, 49(2):319-372.

q  OLIPHANT L. (1860) Patriots and Filibusters or Incidents of Political and Exploratory Travel. William Blackwood and sons, Edinburgh and London. 242 pp.

q  OTIS J. (1889) The Treasure-Finders. A boy’s adventures in Nicaragua. New York, A.L. Burt Publishers. 326 pp.

q  PASFIELD O.S. (1867) Off Duty. Rambles of a Gunner. Through Nicaragua. Taylor & Francis, London, 228 pp.

q  PEÑA TORRES L.M. (2006) El período de los Treinta Años Conservadores. VII Congreso Centroamericano de Historia. Antigua, Guatemala, 10-14 Julio 2006, 10 pp.

q  RADELL D.R. & PARSONS J.J. (1971) Realejo: A forgotten Colonial Port and Shipbuilding Center in Nicaragua. The Hispanic American Historical Review, 51(2):295-312.

q  ROBERTS O.W. (1827) Narrative of Voyages and excursions on the East Coast and in the Interior of Central America: describing A journey up the River San Juan, and passage across the Lake of Nicaragua to the city of Leon; pointing out the advantages of a direct commercial intercourse with the natives. Edinburgh, Printed for Constable & Co. Edinburgh and Hurst, Chance, & Co. London. 316 pp.

q  ROBINSON W.I.  & NORSWORTHY  K. (1987)  David and Goliath. The US War against Nicaragua, New York: Monthly Review Press. Journal of Peace Research, 25:202.

q  ROCHE J.J. (1891) The story of the Filibusters. To which is added the life of Colonel David Crockett. T. Fisher, London & Macmillan & Co., New York. 373 pp.

q  RODRIGUEZ J.I. (1905) American Constitutions. A compilation of the political constitutions of the independent nations of the New World, with short historical notes and various appendixes. Volumen I (Norte y Centro America). International Bureau of the American Republics, Washington. Government Printing Office. 438 pp.

q  RODRIGUEZ J.I. (1905) American Constitutions. A compilation of the political constitutions of the independent nations of the New World, with short historical notes and various appendixes. Volumen II (Carribean sea and South America). International Bureau of the American Republics, Washington. Government Printing Office. 468 pp.

q  SCROGGS W.O. (1916) Filibusters and Financiers. The story of William Walker and his associates. The Macmillan Company, New York, 408 pp.

q  SIMMONS W.E. (1900) The Nicaragua Canal. New York and London, Harper & Brothers Publishers. 356 pp.

q  SMITH N. (1990) The making of solidarity. Jim Eitel and the Nicaragua Information Center. An oral history. 140 pp.

q  SQUIER E.G. (1860) Nicaragua: its People, scenery, monuments, resources, condition, and proposed canal with one hundred original maps and illustrations. New York, Harper & Brothers, Publishers. (Revised Edition of original edition in 1852). 722 pp.

q  SQUIER E.G. (1891) Adventures on the Mosquito Shore. New York, Worthington Co. 380 pp.

q  THIBODEAU A.M., KILLICK D.J., RAIZ J., CHESLEV J.T., DEAGAN K., CRUXENT J.M. & LYMAN W. (2007) The strange case of the earliest silver extraction by European colonist in the New World. PNAS, 104(9):2663-2666.

q  TRAVIS I.D. (1892) The history of the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. Publications of the Michigan Political Science Association. 312 pp.

q  W.E.R. (1912) Nine Months on a cruise. And Experiences in Nicaragua. 122 pp.

q  WEITZEL G.T. (1916) 64th Congress 1st Session Senate. Document 334. American Policiy in Nicaragua. Memorandum on the Convention between the United States and Nicaragua relative to an interoceanic canal and a naval station in the Gulf of Fonseca, signed at Managua, Nicaragua. On February 8, 1913. Presented by Mr. Lodge. Washington Government Printing Office. 44 pp.

q  WERNER  P.S. (xxxx) Dos versiones de los Tiempos Tempranos de Nicaragua en Comparación con la colección Somoza. Ave Maria College Of The Americas, San Marcos, Nicaragua, 17 pp.

q  WIGHT S.F. (1860) Califormia and Nicaragua in Rhyme. A truthful epic by Samuel F. Wight. Boston, Alfred Mudge & Son. 96 pp.

q  WOLFE J. (2004) Those That Live by the Work of Their Hands: Labour, Ethnicity and Nation-State Formation in Nicaragua. J. Lat. Amer. Stud., 36:57-83.

q  WORTH J. (1872) Adventures and Narrow Escapes in Nicaragua by Joseph Worth in 1886 and 1887. Spaulding & Barto, Book and Joe Printers. 52 pp.

q  YALLOP D. (1984) En Nombre de Dios. Investigacion sobre el asesinato de Juan Pablo I. Editorial La Oveja Negra, Bogota, Colombia. 238 pp.

q  ZELAYA J.S. (1910) The Revolution of Nicaragua and the United States. Bernardo Rodriguez Printers, Madrid. 175 pp.






THE SANDINO REBELLION (La lucha de Sandino) pagina organizada por el Dr. Michael Schroeder. Tiene actualmente mas de 3,000 documentos entre textos, fotos y otros.