ⓘ Pan American Institute of Geography and History. The Pan American Institute of Geography and History is an international organisation dedicated to the generatio ..

                                     

ⓘ Pan American Institute of Geography and History

The Pan American Institute of Geography and History is an international organisation dedicated to the generation and transference of knowledge specialized in the fields of cartography, geography, history and geophysics.

The institute was created on February 7, 1928, during a conference held in Havana. The city that was established to be the host was Mexico City. The Institute signed an agreement with the Organization of American States and became a specialized organization of the OAS. In 1974 this agreement was modified and signed.

It publishes the following academic journals:

  • Boletin de Antropologia Americana, Revista de Arqueologia Americana y Folklore Americano annual publications.
  • Revista Cartografica, Revista Geografica, Revista de Historia de America, and Revista Geofisica semestral frequency;
                                     
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  • Pan - American Institute of Geography and History Frank C. Munson Institute of American Maritime History Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History American Institute
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  • Command, 1969. Presented to XI Pan American American Consultation on Cartography, Pan American Institute of Geography and History Washington, D.C., 1969.
  • Pan - Turkism is a movement which emerged during the 1880s among Turkic intellectuals of Azerbaijan part of the Russian Empire at the time and the Ottoman
  • of Ecuador and its Conservation which was awarded the Wallace Atwood Prize from the Pan American Institute of Geography and History and for which Acosta
  • movements such as pan - Slavism, pan - Germanism, pan - Turanianism, pan - Latinism and others, the pan - Celtic movement grew out of Romantic nationalism and specific to
  • Reform, and Plantation Discipline in Saint Domingue Pan American Institute of Geography and History 177. Stein, Robert. Revolution, Land Reform, and Plantation
  • policy to defend and expand its political and economic interests in all of Latin America which culminated in the creation of the Pan - American Conference