- General information, includes history
of South America as a whole - World History Archives
- Prototype Version 3.1 - Latin Americanist Research
History Compass - Latin America Index - Sections
on the history of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru,
and the Aztec, Inca, and Maya native cultures.
- Shrunken Heads of the Jivaro Indians - An On-Line
Exhibit of the Riverside Municipal Museum
- Latin American Studies Network (LASNET)
America Brief History
Online | Ice Mummies of the Inca - NOVA presents
an online expedition to Peru to search for Incan mummies
at the top of Mt. Sara Sara
History Archives: South America - Links to documents,
mostly recent, i.e. NAFTA, worker disputes, human rights,
Maya Astronomy Page - Links to information on Mayan
culture and history
History - Despite the title, contains numerous useful
links for Central and South American history.
DeWeese-Parkinson: LATIN AMERICA - Extensive list
of book titles on this subject. With ordering information
America - History documents archive, publisher,
and sou rce of links to other history sites in the world.
The Historical Text Archive. Webmaster is Don Mabry
America - South America during the last 150,000
years.Compiled by Jonathan Adams, Environmental Sciences
Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge,
TN 37831, USA. Summary of climate conditions.
and South America to 1810 - Central and South America
chrolonology of history.
- Prepared by History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12
Amerindian Centrelink - Centrepage of all Caribbean
Amerindian communities and educational resources available
on the Web. Conceived, produced, maintained by MAXIMILIAN
C. FORTE, Department of Anthropology, The University
of Adelaide, Australia
Mummies - NOVA Online presents Ice Mummies; Follow
the daily progress of an archaeological expedition in
search of frozen sacrifices on the summit of Sara Sara
in Peru; Explore the complex and conflicting issues
that arise when a mummy is found -- from who owns it,
to how to study it, to whether it should be put on display.