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Chile

  • John Paxton
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The Republic of Chile threw off allegiance to the crown of Spain, constituting a national government on 18 Sept. 1810, finally freeing itself from Spanish rule in 1818.

República de Chile

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Book of Reference

  1. atistical. formation. The Dirección General de Estadïstica (Cienfuegos 210, Casilla 1317, Santiago), was founded 17 Sept. 1847. Director General. Luis Cárcamo Cantin. Principal publications: Anuario Estadístic. and the bi-monthly Estadistica Chilena. Google Scholar
  2. Other sources are: Geografía Económic. by the Corporación de Fomento de la Production, and Boletín Mensua. by the Banco Central de Chile.Google Scholar
  3. Butland, G. J., Chile: An Outline of its Geography, Economics andPolitics. 3rd ed. R. Inst, of Int. Affairs, 1956.Google Scholar
  4. The human geography of southern Chile. London, 1957Google Scholar
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  6. Empresa Periodistica, Diccionario biográfico de Chile. 8th ed. Santiago, 1952Google Scholar
  7. Gil, F. G., The political system of Chile. Boston, 1966Google Scholar
  8. Luke, Sir Harry, Easter Islan. (Geogr. Journal 120, 1954)Google Scholar
  9. Pinochet de la Barra, O., La Antárctica Chilena. Santiago de Chile, 1948Google Scholar
  10. Subercaseaux, B., Chile: A Geographical Extravaganza. New York, 1943Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1971

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