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Author Ian Vasquez was raised in Belize and all of his crime novels are set in Belize. His first novel features a boxer looking for a last fight with a big pay check. It looks as though he'll get his fight, but first he has to do a little detective work.
Among the Garifuna is ab ethnographic narrative of a Garifuna family. The Garifuna are descendants of the “Black Carib,” whom the British displaced on Roatan Island in 1797 and who settled along the Caribbean coast from Belize City to Nicaragua. The work is divided into two parts, "The Old Ways," providing background and "Living There," a look at the contemporary situation of the family.
Drawing on more than twenty-five years of conservation work in the Maya Tropical Forest, Nations tells first-hand stories of the creation of national parks and other protected areas to safeguard the region's natural resources and archaeological heritage.
Call Number: University Museum Library F1435.3.A6 T74 2013
Publication Date: 2013
Color photos illustrate the history and design of Mayan cities. American architect Treister discusses construction methods and materials, as well as the influence of Maya structures on his own work and that of tohers, including architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Stephens was one of the great world travelers of the first half of the 19th century. He and illustrator Frederick Catherwood were the first to visit many of the Maya sites, and no one had previously documented the sites in such rich detail as they.