Selected Works
hiram bingham
Bingham, Hiram. 1908a. “On the Road of Bolivar’s Great March.” Geographic Journal
32.4: 329–47.
—. 1908b. “The Possibilities of South American History and Politics as a Field of
Research.” Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics (Washing-
ton): 283–300.
—. 1909. Journal of an Expedition across Venezuela and Colombia, 1906–1907. New
Haven: Yale Publishing Association.
—. 1910a. “Causes of the Lack of Po litical Cohesion in Spanish America.” Ameri-
can Po litical Science Review 4.4: 508–15.
—. 1910b. “The Ruins of Choqquequirau.” American Anthropologist 12.4: 505–25.
—. 1911a. Across South America: An Account of a Journey from Buenos Aires to
Lima by Way of Potosí; with Notes on Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
—. 1911b. “Potosí.” Bulletin of the American Geo graphical Society 43.1: 1–13.
—. 1912a. “The Ascent of Coropuna.” Harper’s Magazine, March, 489–502.
—. 1912b. “The Discovery of Prehistoric Human Remains Near Cuzco.” In Con-
tributions from the Yale Peruvian Expedition, 297–333. From American Journal of
Science 33 (April 1912). New Haven: Yale University.
—. 1912c. “Preliminary Report of the Yale Peruvian Expedition.” Bulletin of the
American Geo graph i cal Society 44.1: 20–26.
—. 1913a. “The Discovery of Machu Picchu.” Harper’s Magazine, April, 709–19.
—. 1913b. In the Wonderlands of Peru: The Work Accomplished by the Peruvian
Expedition of 1912. Washington: National Geographic Society.
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