Panama History

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Panama in 1915

Published by Diario de Panama (a newspaper agency) in 1915. Includes historical documents spanning the first 12 years of Panama as a republic, as well as a history of Panama and the Panama Canal from the Sixteenth Century to 1912. Other topics include political geography, ethnography, health, culture, public instruction, and religious and civil architecture. Different articles are written in either English or Spanish, but are not translated.

The Hispanic Panama: 1501-1821

Contains the history of the hispanic presence in the Isthmus of Panama. It has 10 chapters: I. The Isthmus of Panama when it was discovered. II. The Isthmus as a center for colonization and geographical explorations. III. Panama, transit point for valuable metals. IV. The hispanic world against the Indian. V. The negro presence in colonial Panama. VI. Government, white society, and economy. VII. Foreign incursions and the security system in Panamá. VII. Panamá during the height of illegal commerce (1700-1750). IX. Culture, artistic manifestations and education in Hispanic Panamá. X. The independence of Panama from Spain in 1821. Authors: Celestino Andrés Araúz Monfante, Patricia Pizzurno

Nationality Library Collection

These books are all in Spanish.

  • Apuntamientos históricos (1801-1840) - Mariano Arosemena
  • Memorias de las campañas del Istmo 1900
  • Raíces de la Independencia de Panamá - Ernesto J. Castillero R.
  • Introducción al compendio de Historia de Panamá - Carlos Manuel Gasteazoro
  • Compendio de Historia de Panamá - Juan B. Sosa y Enrique J. Arce
  • Relaciones entre Panamá y los Estados Unidos (Historia del Canal Interoceánico desde el siglo XVI hasta 1903), Tomo I - Celestino Andrés Araúz y Patricia Pizzurno

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