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From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines

the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America

by D. E. Hojman

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Published by Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool in Liverpool .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic development.,
  • Dependency.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 28-33.

    Other titlesEnclave theories in contemporary Latin America.
    Statementby David E. Hojman.
    SeriesWorking paper / Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool,, 3, Working paper (University of Liverpool. Centre for Latin-American Studies) ;, 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD75 .H65 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2438761M
    ISBN 100902806122
    LC Control Number87131871

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Chilean immigrants constitute the fifth largest community of South Americans in Mexico (after Colombian Mexicans, Argentine Mexicans, Venezuelan Mexicans and Peruvian. Exploitation of coal resources was known since the days of Spanish rule, as European methods of resource extraction crossed the Atlantic.

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Preservation Services. University of North Carolina at Chapel : Immigration in many ways was the lifeblood of Colorado. The late 19 th century brought a diverse group of immigrants to Colorado who often took on the toughest and most dangerous jobs – building railroads, mining for gold, silver, and coal, working in the smelters, farming and ranching.

Native Americans experienced the massive immigration of the Colorado Gold Rush with. It was the dirty laundry that did him in. Yonni Barrios was one of the 33 men who found themselves trapped at the bottom of a century-old mine in Chile.

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Chile. Key developments since May Humanitarian mine clearance in northern Chile commenced in September in Region V at the Tejas Verdes School of Military Engineers in San Antonio, where a total of antipersonnel mines and 21 antivehicle mines were cleared by June Chile joined CCW Amended Protocol II on 15 October Key developments.

and operate old mines,” said Andrew Sharp, general director of Great Panther Silver. Seventy-five percent of foreign companies operating within the Mexican mining industry are Canadian and 62% of them are gold and silver producers.

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Four years ago, the world watched as 33 miners were trapped in the San Jose copper- gold mine under the desert of northern Author: Ray Locker. An influx of slaves to the mines, the crown begins to collect the "royal fifth", a tax. There was also a lot of cities built near the mines.

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