Peru: a cultural history
A survey of Peruvian cultural development from its Paleo-Indian beginnings to the present, depicting Peru as a developing, agrarian nation whose culture extends back to antiquity and whose capital is a technically advanced metropolis
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The PreIncaic Period
The Conquering Incas
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administration Andean APRA Arequipa army Atahuallpa banks became began Belaunde Beneficencia Bolivar Bolivia Cajamarca Callao capital central century Cerro Cerro de Pasco chief executive Chile Chilean Chimu civilian clubs coast coastal colonial Congress conquest constituted coup d'etat created Creole cultural curacas Cuzco decree economic elected elite encomenderos encomiendas established European forces Gamarra guano Haya highlands Huaylas important Inca increased independence Indian indigenous communities institutions Jose kilometers labor land leaders Leguia Lima Lima's major Manuel Manuel Pardo ment Mestizos migrants military mobilization municipal Native American overseas Pardo parliament parties peasants Peninsular percent Peru Peru's Peruvian pesos Pierola Piura Pizarro political popular population Prado prefect president provincial Puno railroad rebels reform regime regional revolutionary royal royalist rural San Martin Santa Sapa Inca Sierra slaves social society Spain Spaniards Spanish Tawantinsuyu tion Toledo tribute troops Trujillo Tupac Amaru Upper Peru urban valleys viceregal viceroy viceroyalty