BIBLIOGRAPHY
IN 1933 the Columbus Memorial Library of the Pan American Union in Washington, D. C., published, in commemoration of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Simón Bolívar, a very complete bibliography of the Liberator which is available for the use of any interested person.This author does not feel that it is necessary to give here a list of material which he has obtained from private sources, because such material would not be accessible to most people, but will confine himself to those works pertaining to Bolívar which are to be found in the United States either in the Library of Congress or the Columbus Memorial Library.
Abreu y José Ignacio de Lima, Resumen Histórico de la Ultima Dictadura del Libertador Simón Bolívar. Rio de Janeiro, 1922.
Academia Nacional de Historia, Archivo Santander. 24 vols. Bogotá, 1932.
Academia Nacional de la Historia, Documentos para los Anales de Venezuela, vols. 1-7. Caracas, 1889-90.
Adam, William Jackson, Journal of Voyages to Marguaritta, Trinidad, and Maturin . . . in 1819 and 1820. . . . Dublin, 1824.
Agosto J. M. Méndez, "El Médico del Libertador". (In El Universal, Caracas, September 13, 1930.)
Alamo-Ybarra, Carlos, La Constitution de Bolívar pour la République qui Porte Son Nom. . . . Geneva, 1922.
Andara, J. L., "The Bolívar Doctrine". (In Inter-America, New York, October, 1920.)

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