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Indians of Central America -- Honduras

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Becerra, Longino (f. 1970s) Essays

 Collection
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 53
Scope and Contents 1980.  Photocopies of essays written by Longino Becerra. These works include: "El Partido Comunista de Honduras y el Maoismo ante el proceso reformista-burgués" (77 pages), regarding activities in the 1970s of the two Honduran Communist parties, the Partido Comunista de Honduras and the Partido Comunista Marxista Leninista de Honduras; and "La Comunidad primitiva en Honduras" (46 pages), a Marxian analysis of Mayan society before the Conquest. 2 pieces
Dates: 1980

Gifford Construction Company Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(27)
Scope and Contents 1921-1922.  14 gelatin silver photographs documenting the construction of a railroad line connecting a distillery owned by the Vaccaro Brothers Fruit Company to the city of La Ceiba, Honduras via an inland mountain pass.  The construction work was done by the Gifford Construction Company, Dallas, Texas.
Dates: 1921-1922

Merle Greene Robertson Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 133
Scope and Contents 1920s – 2010. Papers of Merle Greene Robertson who was an artist, teacher, writer, and archaeologist. Included are personal papers and correspondence, professional publications, field diaries and research notes, grant proposals and final reports, research of special topics, materials relating to exhibits, conference participation, organization of the Palenque Roundtable conference, and her directorship of the Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. The bulk of the collection contains most of her...
Dates: 1920s - 2010; Other: Majority of material found in 1960-2010

Mosquitia

 File — Box 1, Folder: 3
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(03)
Scope and Contents n.d. Anonymous paper in draft form titled, "Indios," about the language, customs, and way of life of three indigenous peoples of the Mosquito Coast of Central America: the Moskito, the Sumú, and the Tuasca (Twahka). 3 leaves
Dates: n.d.