Don M. Coerver

Don Coerver is a widely published specialist in the modern history of Latin America. He is professor of history and associate dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Texas Christian University.
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Tangled Destinies

Latin America and the United States

University of New Mexico Press
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United States–Latin American Relations, 1850–1903

Establishing a Relationship

University of Alabama Press

United States–Latin American Relations, 1850–1903 is a collection of essays that provide an in-depth analysis of the developing relationship between the Americas during the critical period from the Mexican War to the Panama Canal treaty of 1903.


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United States–Latin American Relations, 1850–1903

Establishing a Relationship

University of Alabama Press

United States–Latin American Relations, 1850–1903 is a collectio of essays that provide an in-depth analysis of the developing relationship between the Americas during the critical period from the Mexican War to the Panama Canal treaty.


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