16. Brazil and the Southern Cone

Episode 17 October 22, 2017 00:31:07
16. Brazil and the Southern Cone
The Latin American History Podcast
16. Brazil and the Southern Cone
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This episode sees us wrapping up our look at pre-Columbian history. We will cover the peoples of Brazil, Paraguay and the Southern cone before conducting a brief analysis of the major themes that have emerged from looking at the indigenous peoples of the Americas. Click here for the Mexican earthquake charity episode:

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