Colonial Hispanic America

Colonial Hispanic America

Colonial Hispanic America

Colonial Hispanic America

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The Fourth Annual Seminar Conference on Hispanic American Affairs at The George Washington University was held from July 1 to August 9, 1935. The lectures here published were presented during this period. As in previous Seminar Conferences, the lectures were so arranged as to give continuity to the treatment of the general subject under discussion. At various times during the course guest speakers read papers dealing with special subjects within the field of colonial Hispanic American affairs. But in order not to break the thread of unity of the scheduled speakers, these lectures have been printed as appendices. Unlike previous volumes, this one contains maps and extensive bibliographies, which are added in order to give the work greater value as a reference, and perhaps as a textbook.

The editor has been assisted in reading proof by Professor George Howland Cox, Dr. Raul d'Eça, Dr. Philip Ainsworth Means, and Miss Catherine Phelps. As in the past, the book has been guided through the various stages of printing by Mr. Henry W. Herzog. The index has been prepared by Dr. d'Eça. Editorial work has been confined chiefly to securing uniformity of presentation.

A. CURTIS WILGUS, Director of the Center of Inter-American Studies.

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