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Selected Internet Resources: Latin America—Academic Gateways

Political Database of the Americas
Compiled by the Georgetown University Center for Latin American Studies and the Organization of American States, this site provides country summaries, constitutions, election data, and much more information (including many primary documents) on Latin American governments and politics.

Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC)
A gateway sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin. LANIC provides useful and current information on many aspects of Latin America, including economics, literature, politics, and media. It includes a section of information arranged by country.

Internet Resources for Latin America—La Guia
Created by Molly Molloy, New Mexico State University Library. Together with LANIC, this gateway is one of the most comprehensive web resources available on Latin America.

Top left: Original watercolor of an Inca (possibly Manco Capac) found in vol. 2 of Borrones: un recuerdo para la historia del Alto Perú. Undated. Church Collection. John Hay Library.

Bottom: Detail of Spanish fan print depicting Spanish guerrillas fighting Napoleonic troops, Anne. S. K. Brown Military Collection, John Hay Library.

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