James S. Saeger “Diplomatic History” Course Lecture Notes
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This collection contains handwritten notes for a course in U.S. diplomatic history, given ca. 1975.
- Saeger, James Schofield (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Professor Saeger is a Latin American historian and currently an ethno-historian who studies native peoples in South America. He is the author of scholarly articles on rebellion, Latin America conflicts between church and state, and life in Catholic missions, and author of The Chaco Mission Frontier: The Guaycuruan Experience. His latest book is Francisco Solano Lopez and the Ruination of Paraguay: Honor and Egocentrism.
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Handwritten notes for a course at Lehigh University in U.S. diplomatic history.
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- James S. Saeger “Diplomatic History” Course Lecture Notes
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