A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True
A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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In modern Latin America, profound social inequalities have persisted despite the promise of equality. Nara B. Milanich argues that social and legal practices surrounding family and kinship have helped produce and sustain these inequalities. Tracing families both elite and plebeian in late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Chile, she focuses on a group largely invisible in Latin American.

A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

Children of Fate: Childhood, Class, and the State in Chile, 1850–1930 [Book]

A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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Little Black Dress: The History of a Legendary Frock: Directed by Adolfo Conti. With David Downton, Giusi Ferrè, Sofia Gnoli, Suzy Menkes. It was on the 1st of October in 1926, when in the pages of the American Vogue, a plain black dress made its first appearance in contrast to the eye-catching garments of the era.

A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True

Decorating trees – building nations: The transatlantic origins of modern Christmas