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Acknowledgment of Copyrights and Sources
Part I. Human Geography
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“ ‘One after the Other, They All Fell under Your Majesty’s Rule’: Lands Loyal to the
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“A Gaping Mouth Swallowing Men,” by José Eustasio Rivera, from The Vortex, trans-
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“Frontier ‘Incidents’ Trouble Bogotá”: (I) by Jane M. Rausch, from The Llanos Frontier
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