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Venezuela.

  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The Republic of Venezuela was formed in 1830 after amicable secession from the other members of the Republic of Colombia. The Constitution in force is that of July 11, 1936.

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Books of Reference

Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Venezuela.: 1. Official Publications.

  1. Anuario Estadistico de Venezuela. Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Boletin de Estadistica de los Estados Unidos de Venezuela. Monthly.Google Scholar
  3. Gaceta Oficial. Daily, Caracas.Google Scholar
  4. Department of Overseas Trade Reports, Annual Series. London.Google Scholar
  5. Venezuela: Geographical Sketch, Natural Resources, Laws, &c. Issued by the Bureau of American Republies. Washington, 1904.Google Scholar
  6. Venezuela 1924. Geographic sketch, fauna, flora, population, laws, finance, etc., etc. Official Edition by the Department of Fomento of the United States of Venezuela. Caracas, 1924.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications.

  1. Indicator de Caracas y de la Republica. First Year, 1919-20. Caracas.Google Scholar
  2. El libro amarillo de los Estados Unidos de Venezuela, 1919. Caracas, 1919.Google Scholar
  3. Compendium of Geography and Travel (Stanford’s); Central and South America. 2nd ed. Vol. I. London, 1909.Google Scholar
  4. Arcaya (Pedro M.), The Gómez Régime in Venezuela and its Background, Baltimore, 1937.Google Scholar
  5. Bell (P. L.), Venezuela. Washington, 1922.Google Scholar
  6. Bingham (Hiram), The Journal of an Expedition across Venezuela and Colombia, 1905-7. New Haven, 1909.Google Scholar
  7. Dalton (L. V.), Venezuela. London, 1912.Google Scholar
  8. Dawson (T. C.), The South American Republics. Part II. New York, 1905.Google Scholar
  9. Fortoul (J. G.), Historia Constitucional de Venezuela. Vol. 1. Berlin, 1907.Google Scholar
  10. Guinan (Dr. F. G.), Reminiscencias históricas de Venezuela, 2nd ed. Caracas, 1929.Google Scholar
  11. Humboldt (A. von), Personal Narrative of Travel to the Equinoctial Regions of America. 3 vols. London, 1900.Google Scholar
  12. — Views of Nature. London, 1900.Google Scholar
  13. Landaeta Rosales (M.), Gran Recopilacióu Geografica, Estadistica é Histórica de Venezuela. 1889.Google Scholar
  14. Macpherson (T. A.), Vocabulario historico, geographico, &c.,del Estado Carabobo 2 pts. Caracas, 1890-91. Diccionario histórico, geográfico, estadístico, &c, del Estado Miranda. Caracas. 1891.Google Scholar
  15. Mombello (G. Orsi de), Venezuela y sus Riquezas Carácas, 1890.Google Scholar
  16. Nesbitt (L. M.), Desolate Marches: Travels in the Orinoco Llanos of Venezuela. London, 1935.Google Scholar
  17. Pacanms (G. M.), Jurisprudencia y Critica de la Doctrina de la Casacion Venezolana. Caracas, 1925.Google Scholar
  18. Pimentel y Roth (F.), Resumen Cronológico de las Leyes y Decreto del Crédito Publico de Venezuela, des de el ano de 1826 hasta el de 1872-1873.Google Scholar
  19. Rourke (Thomas), Tyrant of the Andes: The Life of Juan Vicente Gómez. London, 1037.Google Scholar
  20. Seruggs (W. L.), The Colombian and Venezuelan Republics. 2d. ed. Boston Mass. 1905.Google Scholar
  21. Strickland (J.), Documents and Maps of the Boundary Question between Venezuela and British Guiana. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  22. Veloz Goiticoa (N.), Veneznela-Esbozo Geográfico, Recursos Naturales, Legislación Condiciones Económicas, Desarrollo Alcanzado, Prospecto de Futuro Desenvolvimiento. Caracas, 1904.Google Scholar
  23. Walters (Mary), A history of the Church in Venezuela, 1810-1930. North Carolina, 1933.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1938

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