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Historia Boliviae

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Tiuanacum Magnum, circa annum 950.
Expansio Incarum (1438–1533).

Historia Boliviae post Imperium Tiuanacuense casum coepisse dicitur, cum homines Aymara regionis Lacus Titicaca ab Imperio Incarum devincerentur. Ante victoriam Hispanicam, Qullasuyu factum erat una ex Andeanis imperii Incarum provinciis, dum humiles regionum septentrionalium orientaliumque terrae a liberis tribubus vagis incolebantur. Conquisitatores Hispani, ex Cusco et Assumptione advenientes, Francisco Pizardo duce, regioni saeculo sexto decimo imperare coeperunt. Inter plurimum regni Hispanici, terrae Boliviae Peruvia Superior appellabantur, a Regali Audientia Charcas administratae. Libertas rei publicae Bolivianae, primum anno 1809 petita, post sedecim belli annos constituta est, civitate sui iuris e Simone Bolivar liberatore die 6 Augusti 1825 appellata. Ex quo tempore Bolivia tempora instabilitatis politicae oeconomicaeque toleravit, atque varias provincias eius finitimis perdidit, inter quas Acrensis, partes Grandis Chaci, et eius litus Pacificum, unde civitas ora maritima hodie caret.

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  • Bakewell, Peter. 1984. Miners of the Red Mountain: Indian Labor in Potosí, 1545–1650. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. ISBN 0826307698.
  • Bakewell, Peter. 1988. Silver and Entrepreneurship in Seventeenth-Century Potosí: the life and times of Antonio López de Quiroga. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. ISBN 0870743864.
  • Cole, Jeffrey. 1985. The Potosí Mita, 1573–1700: Compulsory Labor in the Andes. Stanfordiae: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0804712565.
  • Hanke, Lewis. 1956. The Imperial City of Potosí. Hagae.
  • Klein, Herbert S. 1993. Haciendas and Ayllus: Rural Society in the Bolivian Andes in the 18th and 19th Centuries. Stanfordiae: Stanford University Press.
  • Klein, Herbert S. 1996. Recent Trends in Bolivian Studies. Latin American Research Review 31:1.
  • Klein, Herbert S. 2011. A Concise History of Bolivia. Ed. 2a. Nova Eboraci: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107005686, ISBN 110700568X, ISBN 9780521183727, ISBN 0521183723.
  • Larson, Brooke. 1988. Bolivia Revisited: New Directions in North American Research in History and Anthropology. Latin American Research Review 23:1.
  • Lora, Guillermo. 1977. History of the Bolivian Labour Movement. Novi Eboraci: Cambridge University Press
  • Tandeter, Enrique. 1993. Coercion and Market: Silver Mining in Colonial Potosí, 1692–1826. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
  • Wightman, Ann M. 1990. Indigenous Migration and Social Change: The Forasteros of Cuzco, 1520-1720. Dunelhamiae: Duke University Press.
  • Zulawski, Ann. 1895. They Eat from Their Labor: Work and Social Change in Colonial Bolivia. Pittsburgi: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Zulawski, Ann. 1990. Social Differentiation, Gender, and Ethnicity in Colonial Bolivia, 1640-1725. Latin American Research Review 25:2.

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