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Ecuador

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

Abstract

The Republic of Ecuador is situated in the north-west of South America, with about one-fifth of its area lying north of the Equator. It is bounded on the north by Colombia, on the south by Peru and Brazil, on the east by Colombia and Brazil, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean and Peru.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Ecuador

1. Official Publications

  1. Department of Overseas Trade Reports. London. Bi-Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Anuario de Legislación Ecuatoriana. Quito. Annual.Google Scholar
  3. Boletin de Hacienda. Quito. Monthly.Google Scholar
  4. Boletin del Banco Central. Quito. Monthly.Google Scholar
  5. Boletin General de Estadistica. Tri-monthly. By the Director of the Bureau.Google Scholar
  6. Boletin Mensual del Ministerio de Obras Públicas. Monthly.Google Scholar
  7. Informes Ministeriales. Quito Annual.Google Scholar
  8. Bibliografia Nacional, 1756–1941, Quito, 1942.Google Scholar
  9. Revista Ecuatoriana de Estadistica. Quito, 1942.Google Scholar
  10. Touring Guide of Ecuador. Quito, 1942.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Corporation of Foreign Bondholders. Annual Report. London.Google Scholar
  2. Alsedo y Herrera (Dionosio), Desoripción geográfica de la Real Audiencia de Quito, que ascribió Don Dionisio de Alsedo y Herrera. Issued by the Hispanic Society of America. Madrid, 1915.Google Scholar
  3. Caamaño (A. F.), Descubrimiento histórico relativo a la independencia de Quito. Quito, 1909.Google Scholar
  4. Cevallos, Compendio del resümen de la historia del Ecuador. Guayaquil, 1885.Google Scholar
  5. —Resúmen de la historia del Ecuador. Guayaquil, 1886.Google Scholar
  6. —Geografia del Ecuador. Lima, 1888.Google Scholar
  7. Enock (C. R.), Ecuador. London, 1914.Google Scholar
  8. Hagen (V. W. von), Ecuador the Unknown. London, 1939.Google Scholar
  9. Herrera (P.), Apuntes para la historia de Quito. Quito, 1874.Google Scholar
  10. Kean (A. H.) and Markham (Sir C. R.), Central and South America. Vol. 1. [In Stanford’s Compendium.] 2nd ed. London, 1909.Google Scholar
  11. Niles (Blair), Casual Wanderings in Ecuador. London, 1923.Google Scholar
  12. Orellana (J. G.), Guia Comercial Geografica comprende las Provincias de Pichincha, Leon, Tungurahua, Chimborazo y Guayas. Guayaquil, 1922.Google Scholar
  13. —El Ecuador en cien anos de independencia, 1830–1930. 2 vols. Quito, 1930.Google Scholar
  14. Reiss (W.) and Stübel (A.), Hochgebirge der Republik Ecuador. 3 vols. Berlin, 1892–98.Google Scholar
  15. Reyes (O. E.), Historia de la República del Ecuador. Quito, 1931.Google Scholar
  16. Sievers (W.), Reise in Peru und Ecuador (1909). Munich, 1914.Google Scholar
  17. Simson (Alfred), Travels in the Wilds of Ecuador. London, 1887.Google Scholar
  18. Stübel (A.), Die Vulkanberge von Ecuador. [Geology and Topography.] Berlin, 1897.Google Scholar
  19. Suárez (Gonzáles), Historia del Ecuador. Quito, 1890–1903.Google Scholar
  20. —2nd edition. Quito, 1931–32.Google Scholar
  21. Ternaux-Compans (L.), Histoire du royaume de Quito. Traduite de l’Espagnol. (Velasco Historia del reino de Quito.) 2 vols. Paris, 1840.Google Scholar
  22. Vizcaino (J. A.), Directorio General de la Republica. Quito, 1928.Google Scholar
  23. Whymper (Edward), Travels amongst the Great Andes of the Equator. London, 1892.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1942

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