ACOSTA, CARO, AND LLERAS. THREE ESSAYISTS AND THEIR VIEWS OF NEW GRANADA'S NATIONAL PROBLEMS, 1832-1853 Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Vanderbilt University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History. JUne, 1969. Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, TN: [Faculty of the Graduate School of Vanderbilt University], 1969. xi; 481p., maps, illus., graphics, bibl., wrps Used; Like New Wraps Extensive dissertation examining the political views of Colombian General, historian, statesman, Joaquín Acosta, (1799-1853); educator and liberal politician, Lorenzo María Lleras, (1811-?) and acclaimed poet and writer, José Eusebio Caro, (1817-1853) of Colombia's national problems during the mid-19th century (Item ID: 120143)


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