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050 00 F1935|b.D66 2014 
082 00 972.93|223 
092    972.93|bD671DR 
245 04 The Dominican Republic reader :|bhistory, culture, 
       politics /|cEric Paul Roorda, Lauren Derby, and Raymundo 
       González, editors. 
263    1405 
264  1 Durham ;|aLondon :|bDuke University Press,|c2014. 
300    xv, 536 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The latin america readers 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tEuropean encounters --|tThe people who greeted Columbus 
       /|rIrving Rouse --|tReligion of the Taíno people /|rRamón 
       Pané --|tFirst descriptions of the land, first violence 
       against its people /|rChristopher Columbus --|tDeath of 
       the Spanish at Navidad /|rDiego Alvarez Chanca --|tThe 
       first Christian converts and martyrs in the new world /
       |rRamón Pané --|tFounding Santo Domingo /|rAntonio de 
       Herrera y Tordesillas --|tThe Indian monarchs /|rLuís 
       Joseph Peguero --|tCriminals as kings /|rBartolomé de Las 
       Casas --|tA voice in the wilderness: brother Antonio 
       Montesino /|rBartolomé de Las Casas --|tThe Royal response
       /|rFerdinand I --|tPirates, governors, and slaves --|tLas 
       Casas blamed for the African slave trade /|rAugustus 
       Francis MacNutt --|tThe slave problem in Santo Domingo /
       |rAlvaro de Castro --|tLemba and the Maroons of Hispaniola
       /|rAlonso López de Cerrato --|tFrancis Drake's sacking of 
       Santo Domingo /|rWalter Bigges --|tColonial delinquency /
       |rCarlos Esteban Deive --|tThe bulls /|rFlérida de Nolasco
       --|tThe buccaneers of Hispaniola /|rAlexander O. 
       Exquemelin --|tBusiness deals with the buccaneers /|rJean-
       Baptiste Labat --|tThe idea of value on Hispaniola /
       |rAntonio Sánchez Valverde --|tRevolutions --|tThe 
       monteros and the guerreros /|rManuel Vicente Hernández 
       González --|tThe border Maroons of Le Maniel /|rMédéric 
       Louis Élie Moreau de Saint-Méry --|tThe people-eater /
       |rRaymundo González --|tThe Boca Nigua revolt /|rDavid 
       Patrick Geggus --|tHayti and San Domingo /|rJames Franklin
       --|tToussaint's conquest /|rJonathan Brown --|tAfter the 
       war, tertulias /|rWilliam Walton Jr. --|tStupid Spain /
       |rCarlos Urrutia de Montoya --|tThe Dominican bolívar /
       |rJosé Nuñez de Cáceres --|tProfane bell bottoms /|rCésar 
       Nicolás Penson --|tDominicans unite! /|rLa Trinitaria --
       |tCaudillos and empires --|tPedro Santana /|rMiguel Ángel 
       Monclús --|tThe caudillo of the South /|rBuenaventura Báez
       --|tIn the army camp at Bermejo /|rPedro Francisco Bonó --
       |tThe war of the restoration /|rCarlos Vargas --|tSpanish 
       recolonization: a postmortem, US Commission of Inquiry to 
       Santo Domingo --|tMaking the case for US annexation /
       |rUlysses S. Grant --|tDominican support for annexation, 
       US Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo --|tOpposition 
       to US annexation /|rJustin S. Morrill --|tDominican 
       nationalism versus annexation /|rGregorio Luperón --|tA 
       lesson in "quiet good-breeding" /|rSamuel Hazard --
       |tMartí's travel notes /|rJosé Martí --|tUlises "Lilís" 
       Heureaux /|rAmérico Lugo --|tYour friend, Ulises /|rUlises
       Heureaux --|tThe idea of the nation: order and progress --
       |tStreet people and godparents /|rLuis Emilio Gómez Alfau 
       --|tFrom Paris to Santo Domingo /|rFrancisco Moscoso 
       Puello --|tPublic enemies: the revolutionary and the pig /
       |rEmiliano Tejera --|tThe "master of décimas" /|rJuan 
       Antonio Alix --|tBarriers to progress: revolutions, 
       diseases, holidays, and cockfights /|rPedro Francisco Bonó
       --|tFood, race, and nation /|rLauren Derby --|tTobacco to 
       the rescue /|rPedro Francisco Bonó --|tPatrons, peasants, 
       and tobacco /|rMichiel Baud --|tSalomé, Salomé /|rUreña de
       Henríquez --|tThe case for commerce, 1907, Dominican 
       Department of Promotion and public works --|tDollars, 
       gunboats, and bullets --|tUneasiness about the US 
       Government /|rEmiliano Tejera. 
505 00 |tAIn the midst of revolution, US receivership of 
       Dominican customs --|tGavilleros, listín diario --|tA 
       resignation and a machine gun /|rFrederic Wise and Meigs 
       O. Frost --|tThe "water torture" and other abuses, US 
       senate, hearings before a select committee on Haiti and 
       Santo Domingo --|tThe land of bullet holes /|rHarry Franck
       --|tAmerican sugar kingdom /|rCésar J. Ayala --|tThe 
       universal negro improvement association in San Pedro de 
       Macorís, officers and members of the association --|tThe 
       crime of Wilson /|rFabio Fiallo --|tThe era of Trujillo --
       |tThe Haitian massacre /|rEyewitnesses --|tMessage to 
       Dominican women /|rDarío Contreras --|tThe sugar strike of
       1946 /|rRoberto Cassá --|tInformal resistance on a 
       Dominican sugar plantation /|rCatherine C. LeGrand --
       |tBiography of a great leader /|rAbelardo Nanita --|tA 
       diplomat's diagnosis of the dictator /|rRichard A. Johnson
       --|tA British view of the dictatorship /|rW. W. McVittie -
       -|tExile invasions, anonymous /|rArmed Forces Magazine --
       |tI am Minerva! /|rMu-Kien Adriana Sang --|tThe long 
       transition to democracy --|t"Basta ya!": a peasant woman 
       speaks out /|rAurora Rosado --|tWithout begging god /
       |rJoaquín Balaguer --|tThe masters /|rJuan Bosch --|tThe 
       rise and demise of democracy, CIA reports, 1961-1963 --
       |t"Ni mató, ni robó" /|rJuan Bosch --|tFashion police /
       |rElías Wessin y Wessin --|tThe revolution of the Magi /
       |rJosé Francisco Peña Gómez --|tUnited States intervention
       in the revolution of 1965 /|rWilliam Bennett --|tThe 
       president of the United States chooses the next president 
       of the Dominican Republic /|rLyndon Johnson --|tOperation 
       power pack /|rLawrence A. Yates --|tThe twelve years /
       |rCIA Special Report --|tWhy not, Dr. Balaguer? /|rOrlando
       Martínez --|tDominican, cut the cane! /|rState Sugar 
       Council --|tThe blind caudillo /|rAnonymous --|tThe "eat 
       alones" of the liberation party /|rAndres L. Mateo --|tThe
       election of 2000 /|rCentral Election Commission --|tThe 
       sour taste of US-Dominican sugar policy /|rMatt Peterson -
       -|tLeonel, Fidel, and Barack, Leonel Fernández, Fidel 
       Castro, and Barack Obama --|tReligious practices --
       |tMercedes /|rFlérida de Nolasco --|tAltagracia /
       |rAnonymous --|tThe Catholic bishops say no to the 
       dictator, the five bishops of the Dominican Republic --
       |tLiberation theology /|rOctavio A. Beras --|tTo die in 
       Villa Mella /|rCarlos Hernández Soto --|tA tire blowout 
       gives entry into the world of spiritism /|rMartha Ellen 
       Davis --|tDíos Olivorio Mateo: the living god, interview 
       with Irio Leonel Ramírez López --|tJesus is calling you /
       |rFrances Jane "Fanny" Crosby --|tPopular culture --
       |tCarnival and holy week /|rLuis Emilio Gómez Alfau --
       |tTribulations of Dominican racial identity /|rSilvio 
       Torres-Saillant --|tOrigins of merengue and musical 
       instruments of the republic /|rJ. M. Coopersmith --
       |tDominican music on the world stage: Eduardo Brito /
       |rArístides Incháustegui --|tThe people call all of it 
       merengue /|rJohnny Ventura --|tA bachata party /|rJulio 
       Arzeno --|tThe tiger /|rRafael Damirón --|tLa montería: 
       the hunt for wild pigs and goats /|rMartha Ellen Davis --
       |tEveryday life in a poor barrio /|rTahira Vargas --|tThe 
       name is the same as the person /|rJosé Labourt --|tJuan 
       Luis Guerra: I hope it rains . . . /|rEric Paul Roorda --
       |tThe Dominican diaspora --|tThe first immigrant to 
       Manhattan, 1613: Jan Rodrigues /|rCrew Members of the 
       Jonge Tobias and Fortuyn --|tPlayer to be named later: 
       Osvaldo/Ossie/Ozzie Virgil /|rFirst Dominican Major-
       Leaguer /|rEnrique Rojas --|tThe Dominican dandy: Juan 
       Marichal /|rRob Ruck --|tThe queen of merengue /|rMilly 
       Quezada --|tDominican hip-hop in Spain /|rArianna Puello -
       -|tBlack women are confusing, but the hair lets you know /
       |rGinetta Candelario --|tLos Domincanyorks /|rLuis 
       Guarnizo --|tThe Yola /|rMilagros Ricourt --|tThe 
       Dominican who won the Kentucky Derby /|rJoel Rosario --
       |tYou know you're Dominican? /|rAnonymous. 
651  0 Dominican Republic|xCivilization. 
651  0 Dominican Republic|xHistory. 
651  0 Dominican Republic|xSocial life and customs. 
700 1  Roorda, Eric. 
700 1  Derby, Lauren. 
700 1  González, Raymundo. 
830  0 Latin America readers. 
938    YBP Library Services|bYANK|n11182765 
938    Baker and Taylor|bBTCP|nBK0013848465 
938    Brodart|bBROD|n106859897 
994    01|bSTJ 
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