Zelinsky publications

Publications, 1949–2011

Books and Articles, excluding unpublished papers read before meetings and conferences, and essentially journalistic items.


2000s

  • Not Yet a Placeless Land: Tracking an Evolving American Geography. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2011.
  • The Place of religion in Chicago (with Stephen A. Matthew).  Chicago: Center for American Places, 2011.
  •  “The Gravestone Index:  Tracking personal religiosity across nations, region, and period”, Geographical Review, 2010.
  • “The place of religion in the American landscape” in Michael P. Conzen, ed., The making of the American landscape, 2nd. ed.  New York and London:  Routledge, 2010.
  • “Thanking Donald Meinig”, Geographical Review, in 99 (2009): 293-296.
  • “Globalization reconsidered:  The historical geography of modern western male attire”, Journal of Cultural Geography, 22 (1) (2004): 83-134.
  • “Geography” pp. 385-407 in: Randall M. Miller and William A Pencak, eds., Pennsylvania: A history of the Commonwealth, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002.
  • “The names of Chicago’s churches: A tale of at least two cultures”, Names, 50 (2002): 83-102
  • “Slouching toward a theory of names: a tentative taxonomic fix”, Names, 50 (2002): 243-262, reprinted in:  Edward Callary, ed, Surnames, Nicknames, Placenames and Epithets in America:  Essays in the Theory of Names, Lewiston, N.Y.:  Edwin Mellen Press, 2006
  • "New England as culture hearth" pp. 594-596 and "Language patterns" pp. 580-582 in: Encyclopedia of New England Culture,  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.       
  • "Human dimensions of global change," Vol. 1, pp 521-526 in: Encyclopedia of Global Change, New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
  • The enigma of ethnicity: Another American Dilemma. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2001, xvii and 312 pp.
  • “The geographer as voyeur”, Geographical Review, 91 (2001): 1-8.
  • “Nationalism,” Vol. II, pp. 735-742 in: Mary Kupiec Cayton and Peter W. Williams, eds., Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2001.
  • “Regionalism,” Vol. II, pp. 463-472 in: Mary Kupiec Cayton and Peter W. Williams, eds. Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2001.
  • “The uniqueness of the American religious landscape”, Geographical Review, 91 (2001): 565-585.
  • “The world and its identity crisis” pp. 129-149 in: Karen Till, Steven Hoelscher, and Paul Adams, eds., Textures of Place, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.

1990s

  • Bernard Brindel, Who wore at his heart the fire’s center (with June Rachuy Brindel). State College: Heraclitus Press, 1999, 304 pp.
  • "Dream travel and the genetics of a geographic imagination," You Are Here: The Journal of Creative Geography, 1:1 (1998): 32-33.
  • "Foreign-Born physicians in the United States: A geographic exploration" (with Stephen A. Matthews), Working Paper 98-13, University Park, The Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute, Nov. 1998.
  • "Heterolocalism: An alternative model of the sociospatial behavior of immigrant ethnic communities," with Barrett A. Lee, International Journal of Population Geography, 4:4 (1998): 1-18.
  • "The Core," "The Tropical South," and "Mexistan" in: Kathleen Braden and Raymond Krishchyunas, eds., Beyond borders: The new geography of America and Russia (1996), www.beyondbordersbook.com.
  • "Ethnic geography", pp. 113-131; "Cultural patterns", pp. 132-153; and "Recreation and tourism", 165-­179 in: E. Willard Miller, ed., The geography of Pennsylvania, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995.
  • "Further reflections on Donald Meinig's 'Shaping of America,'" Historical Geography, 24:1-2 (1995): 15­-21.
  • "In memoriam. Richard Edes Harrison, 1901-1994," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 85 (1995): 187-191.
  • "Conventionland USA: The geography of a latterday phenomenon," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 84 (1994):68-86.
  • Exploring the beloved country: Geographic forays into American society and culture, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1994, xiii and 620 pp.
  • "Gathering places for America's dead: How many, where, and why?" Professional Geographer, 46: 1 (1994):29-38.
  • "American social and cultural geography," pp. 307-317, and "Landscapes," pp. 1289-1297 in: Mary Kupiec Cayton, Elliott J. Gorn and Peter W. Williams, eds. Encyclopedia of American Social History, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993.
  • "Author's response" [to commentaries by Martin Cadwallader and Robert Woods on "The Hypothesis of the Mobility Transition”], Progress in Human Geography, 17:2 (1993):217-219.
  • "The game of the name," American Demographics 11:4 (1989), 42-45, reprinted in: Boyd Davis, ed. A Language Reach. New York: Macmillan, 1993.
  • "North America: People and Economy" (with J. Wreford Watson), Vol. 24, pp 1019-1031 in: The New Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th ed., Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1993.
  • "Parsing Greater Washington's Namescape," Names, 41:4 (1993):344-360.
  • "What do we mean by 'ethnicity'? Toward a definition and typology," Geographica Slovenica 24 (1993):115-122.
  • "The changing character of North American culture areas" in Glen E. Lich, ed., Regional studies: The interplay of land and people. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1992: 113-135
  • "On the naming of places and kindred things," pp. 169-184 in: Simon J. Bronner, ed., Creativity and tradition in folklore: New Directions, Logan: Utah State University Press, 1992.
  • "On the superabundance of signs in our landscape: Selections from a slide lecture," Landscape, 31:3 (1992):30-38.
  • The emergency evacuation of cities: A cross-national historical and geographical study (with Leszek A. Kosinski), Savage, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1991,345 pp.
  • "Coming to America" [on foreign tourists in U.S.], American Demographics, 12:8 (1990):44-47, 56. reprinted in Kampgrounds of America.
  • "Imaginary landscapes," Landscape Architecture 80:6 (1990):46-49.
  • "The imprint of central authority" pp. 311-334,392-393 in: Michael P. Conzen, ed., The making of the American landscape, Boston and London: Unwin Hyman Ltd., 1990, and pp. 329-356, 484-485 in 2nd ed. New York and London: Roufledge, 2010
  • "Nationalistic Pilgrimages in the United States," pp. 253-267 in: Gisbert Rinschede and Surinder M. Bhardwaj, eds., Pilgrimage in the US, Geographia Religionum , Band 5, Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 1990.
  • "Seeing beyond the dominant culture," Places 7:1 (1990):32-35, reprinted in Paul Groth and Todd Bressi, eds., Seeing and believing: Observing and understanding ordinary landscapes, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.
  • "Sister City Alliances," American Demographics, 12:6(1990): 42-45.
  • "A toponymic approach to the geography of American cemeteries," Names, 38:3 (1990):209-29.
  • "The twinning of the world: Sister cities in geographic and historical perspective," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 81 (1991): 1-32. Reprinted, in part, in Cites Unies No,. 136 (1990).

1980s

  • "Then and now," Transition, the Journal of S.E.R.G.E. 17:1 (Winter 1989-1990),25-27.
  • The atlas of Pennsylvania (with David J. Cuff, Edward K. Muller, William J. Young, and Ronald F. Abler), Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1989, xiii and 289 pp.
  • "The mapping of language in North America and the British Isles" (with Colin H. Williams), Progress in Human Geography, 12:3(1988),337-368.
  • "A sidelong glance at Canadian nationalism and its symbols," North American Culture 4:1 (1988): 2-27
  • "The making of a landscape critic," pp. 137-151 in: Margaret McAvin, ed., Landscape and architecture: Sharing common ground. defining turf, charting new paths. Proceedings of Annual Conference, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, August 13-15, 1987. Providence: Rhode Island School of Design, 1988.
  • Nation into state: the shifting symbolic foundations of American nationalism, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1988, 350 pp. [UNC Enduring Editions www.uncpress.unc.edu]
  • "Where every town is above average: Welcoming signs along America's highways," Landscape, 30: 1, (1988), 1-10.
  • "The Coffee Hour at Penn State," (with Peirce F. Lewis), Professional Geographer, 39:1 (1987), 75-79.
  • "You are where you eat," American Demographics 9:7 (1987), 30-33, 56-61, Reprinted in Journal of Gastronomy (1989), and James Shortridge and Barbara Shortridge, eds., The Taste of American Places, Rowman & Littlefield (1998).
  • "The changing face of nationalism in the American landscape," Canadian Geographer, 30 (1986), 171-175, reprinted in George Carney, ed., Fast Food, Stock Cars and Rock-n-Roll (Rowman & Littlefield, 1995).
  • A Geographical Bibliography for American Libraries (with Chauncy D. Harris, Salvatore J. Natoli, Richard W. Stephenson, and Harold A. Winters), Washington, D.C., Association of American Geographers and National Geographic Society, 1985.
  • "The roving palate: North America's ethnic restaurant cuisines," Geoforum, 16:1 (1985), 51-72.
  • "O say, can you see? Nationalistic emblems in the landscape," Winterthur Portfolio, 19:4 (Winter 1984), 77-86.
  • "The historical geography of season of marriage: North America, 1844-1974," (Working Paper No. 1984-15), University Park, Population Issues Research Center, January 1984.
  • "Introduction to" . Acceptability and National Response to the Risks of Nuclear Power,'" pp. 1-7 in: Martin J. Pasqua1etti and K. David Pijawka, eds., Nuclear power: assessing and managing hazardous technology. Boulder: Westview Press, 1984.
  • "Personal gasoline consumption, population patterns, and metropolitan structure: the United States, 1960-1970," (with David F. Sly), Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 74:2 (1984) 257-278.
  • "The impasse in migration theory: a sketch map for potential escapees," pp. 21-49 in: Peter A. Morrison, ed., Population Movements: their forms and functions in urbanization and development (Bruxelles: Ordina, 1983).
  • "Nationalism in the American place-name cover," Names, 30 (1983), 1-28.
  • "By their names you shall know them: a toponymic approach to the American land and ethos," New York Folklore, 8:1-2 (1982),85-96.
  • This remarkable continent: an atlas of North American society and cultures (with John F. Rooney, Jr., Dean Louder, and John D. Vitek), College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1982, viii and 316 pp.
  • "Women and geography: a review and prospectus," (with Janice Monk and Susan Hanson), Progress in Human Geography, 6:3 (1982),317-366.
  • U.S. population redistribution and personal energy use: a final report on Grants No. SOC77-07742. SOC77-07579. and SES-7826121 (with David F. Sly). Submitted to National Science Foundation, June 1981,283 pp.
  • "Trying to do good social science with poor data: the problems and some possible answers for the case of energy research," Geographical Perspectives, 47 (Spring 1981), 38-44.
  • "Lasting impact of the prestigious gentry," Geographical Magazine, 52:12 (September 1980), 817-824.
  • "The implications of demographic and social change for personal energy use in the United States: Some reasonable speculations about A.D. 2000," report submitted to the Institute for Energy Analysis, Oak Ridge Associated Universities and the U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, April 1980,68 pp.
  • "North America's vernacular regions," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 70:1 (March 1980), 1-16.

1970s

  • "The demographic transition: changing patterns of migration," pp. 165-188 in: Population Science in the Service of Mankind, Liege, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, 1979.
  • "Population patterns and energy: some unanswered questions," Earth and Mineral Sciences, (The Pennsylvania State University), 49:1 (Sept/Oct., 1979), 1,6-8).
  • (Editor) "Human geography: coming of age," American Behavioral Scientist, 22:1 (Sept/Oct., 1978),167 pp.
  • "The definition and nature of 'population centers' and closely related concepts in geography," report submitted to the Regional and Urban Studies Section, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, September 1978, under Contract ORNL lIX-13552V, 48 pp.
  • "Collaborative research on U.S. population redistribution and personal energy use: a progress report on Grants No. SOC77-07742 and SOC77-07579 and a proposal for further research," submitted to the National Science Foundation, August 1978, in collaboration with David F. Sly, 89 pp.
  • "A bibliography of the recent Turnaround in metropolitan-nonmetropolitan population change in the advanced countries" (Working Paper No. 1978-11), University Park, Population Issues Research Center, May 1978.
  • "Is nonmetropolitan America being repopulated? The evidence from Pennsylvania's minor civil divisions," Demography, 15:1 (Feb. 1978), 13-39.
  • "Marriage dates and the social geography of innermost Pennsylvania," Earth and Mineral Sciences (The Pennsylvania State University), 47:4 (Jan. 1978) 25, 29-30.
  • Commentary on "Food as the Foundation of Civilization" by Walt W. Rostow, pp. 139-144 in: Gary H. Koerselman and Kay E. Dull, eds., Food and Social Policy, I. Proceedings of the 1976 Midwestern Food and Social Policy Conference, Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1978.
  • "Vive la difference geographique? Further thoughts on geography as a male preserve," The Professional Geographer, 29:4 (Nov. 1977),400-402.
  • "The Pennsylvania town: an overdue geographical account," Geographical Review, 67:2 (April 1977), 127-147
  • "The amenity factor revisited," pp. 46-55 in: J. D. Eyre, ed., A man for all regions: contributions of Edward L. Ullman to geography, Studies in Geography, No. 11 (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Geography, 1977).
  • "Coping with the migration turnaround: the theoretical challenge," International Regional Science Review, 2:2 (1977),175-178.
  • "Quality of life: an inquiry into its utility for geographers," Geographical Survey (Ball State University), 5:4 (Oct. 1976),8-11.
  • "Nonmetropolitan Pennsylvania: a demographic revolution in the making?" Earth and Mineral Sciences (Pennsylvania State University) 45:1 (Oct. 1975), pp. 1-4.
  • "The demigod's dilemma," (Presidential Address delivered at the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Seattle, Wash., April 30, 1974) Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 65:2 (June 1975), 123-143.
  • "Personality, free choice, and self-discovery: some hints concerning the future social geography of the United States," pp. 109-121 in: R. F. Abler, D. Janelle, A. Philbrick, and J. Sommer, eds., Human Geography in a Shrinking World, North Scituate, Mass.: Duxbury Press, 1975.
  • "Unearthly delights: cemetery names as a key to the map of the changing American afterworld," pp. 171-195 in: Martyn Bowden and David Lowenthal, eds., Geographies of the mind; papers in geosophy in honor of John K. Wright, New York, Oxford University Press, 1975.
  • "Human population and the environment," pp. 491-507 in: Kenneth A. Hammond, George Macinko, and Wilma B. Fairchild, eds., Sourcebook on the Environment; a Guide to the Literature, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978 (issued in draft form in 1975).
  • Population change and redistribution in Nonmetropolitan Pennsylvania, 1940-1970 (with Gordon F. DeJong, Craig R. Humphrey, Edna E. Raphael, Paul D. Simkins), a report submitted to the Center for Population Research, N.I.C.H.H.D., H.E.W., under Contract NIH-NICHD-72-2743, The Pennsylvania State University, Population Issues Research Office, November 1974, 356 pp.
  • "Selfward bound? Personal preference patterns and the changing map of American society," Economic Geography, 50 (April 1974), 144-179.
  • "The United States: patterns of settlement and cultural development," Encyclopedia Britannica, Chicago, 1974, Vol. 18:918-926.
  • "The first and last frontier of communication: the map as mystery," Special Libraries Association, Geography and Map Division, Bulletin, No. 94 (Dec. 1973),2-8. Reprinted in Bill Katz and Andrea Tarr, eds., Reference and Information Services: a Reader, Methuen, N. J., Scarecrow Press, 1978.
  • "In pursuit of historical geography and other wild geese," Historical Geography Newsletter, 3:2 (Fall 1973), 1-5. Reprinted in D. Brooks Green, ed., Historical Geography: A Methodological Portrayal, Lanham, Md., Rowan & Littlefield, 1991.
  • "The strange case of the missing female geographer," The Professional Geographer, 25:2 (May 1973), 101-105.
  • "Women in geography: a brief factual account," The Professional Geographer, 25:2 (May 1973),151-165.
  • The cultural geography of the United States, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1973, 164 pp.; Revised Edition, 1992,226 pp.
  • "The hypothesis of the mobility transition," Geographical Review, 61 (April 1971), 219-249. Reprinted as Item R84 in Warner Modular Publications series; reprinted in translation in Treballs de l'a Societat Catalana de Geografia, 44 (1997): 143-173.
  • "Cultural variation in personal name patterns in the Eastern United States," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 60 (Dec. 1970), 743-769.
  • "Beyond the exponentials: the role of geography in the Great Transition," Economic Geography, 46 (1970),498-535. Reprinted as Item R496 in Warner Modular Publications series.
  • Geography and a crowding world; a symposium on population pressure upon phvsical and social resources in the developing lands (with Leszek Kosinski and R. Mansell Prothero), New York, Oxford University Press, 1970,601 pp.
  • "On some patterns in international tourist flows," (with Anthony V. Williams), Economic Geography, 46 (1970),549-567.
  • "The race between population and resource development in Central America and the West Indies: a review of current knowledge and speculation," pp. 511-534 in: Geography and a crowding world (1970).

1960s

  • A Symposium on Population Pressures upon Physical and Social Resources in the Developing Lands; an abridged version of the discussions held September 18-23, 1967 at The Pennsylvania State University (with Leszek Kosinski and R. Mansell Prothero), Department of Geography, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, December 1969,132 pp. (mimeographed).
  • "How much is enough? The implications of further population growth in the United States," Journal of General Education, 20: 1 (1968),46-73.
  • "Classical town names in the United States; the historical geography of an American idea," Geographical Review, 57 (1967),463-495.
  • "India (or non-India) seen from afar: on the mutual relevance of varied cultural geographies," pp. 139-146 in: Regions and regionalism in South Asian studies: an exploratory study; Papers presented at a symposium held at Duke University, April 7-9,1966, Duke University, Program in Comparative Studies on Southern Asia, Monograph Number 5, Durham, 1967.
  • "The use of cultural concepts in geographical teaching: some conspiratorial notes for a quiet insurrection," pp. 75-96 in: Introductory Geography; Viewpoint and Themes, Commission on College Geography, Publication No.5, Washington, 1967.
  • "The geographer and his crowding world, cautionary notes toward the study of population pressure in the 'developing lands,'" Revisita Geografia (Rio de Janeiro), No. 65 (December, 1966), 7-28. Reprinted in #39, in G. J. Demko, H. M. Rose, and G. A. Schnell, eds., Population geography; a reader, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970, and in Melvin Albaum, ed., Geography and contemporary issues, New York: Wiley, 1973.
  • "Population growth in Central America and the West Indies; prospects and problems," Mineral Industries (Pennsylvania State University), 35:6 (March, 1966), pp. 1-7. Reprinted in: Fred E. Dohrs and Lawrence M. Sommers, eds., Regional Geography; Selected readings, New York: Crowell, 1971.
  • A basic geographical library; a selected and annotated book list for American colleges (with Martha Church and Robert E. Huke), Association of American Geographers, Commission on College Geography, Publication No.2, Washington, 1966, 153 pp.
  • A prologue to population geography, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1966, 150 pp.
  • "Toward a geography of the aged," Geographical Review, 66 (1966),445-447.
  • "Of time and the geographer," Landscape, 15:2 (Winter, 1965-1966),21-22.
  • "Rural population dynamics as an index to social and economic development: a geographic overview," Sociological Quarterly, Spring, 1963,99-121.
  • A bibliographic guide to population geography, University of Chicago, Department of Geography, Research Paper, No. 80, 1962,257 pp. Reprinted in 1975 by Greenwood Press, Westport, CT.
  • "Changes in the geographic patterns of rural population in the United States, 1790-1960," Geographical Review, 52 (1962),492-524. Reprinted as Item R496 in Warner Modular Publications series.
  • "Has American industry been decentralizing? The evidence for the 1939-1954 period," Economic Geogaphy, 38 (1962), 251-269.
  • "An approach to the religious geography of the United States: patterns of church membership in 1952," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 51 (1961), 139-193. Reprinted as Item G-260 in Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Geography and in: G. 1. Demko, H. M. Rose, and G. A. Schnell, eds., Population Geography; a reader, New York, McGraw Hill, 1970.
  • "Census Advisory Committee report, 1960," The Professional Geographer, 13, No.1 (1961),22-28.
  • "The population outlook in Monsoon Asia," Journal of Geography~ 40 (1961),312-321.

1950s

  • "Walls and fences," Landscape, 8, No.3 (1959), 14-20. Reprinted in: Erwin H. Zube, ed., Changing Rural Landscapes, Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1977.
  • "A method for measuring change in the distribution of manufacturing activity: the United States, 1939-1947," Economic Geography, 34 (1958), 95-126.
  • "The New England connecting barn," Geographical Review, 48 (1958), 540-553. Reprinted in: Lawrence R. Brandt, ed., Relevant Geography, New York, mss Information Corp., 1974, and George O. Carney, ed., Baseball, Barns, and Bluegrass, Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998.
  • "Recent publications on the distribution of population in the United States," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 48 (1958), 472-481.
  • "Population distribution and change in Korea, 1925-1949," Geographical Review, 45 (1955), 1-26.
  • "Some problems in the distribution of generic terms in the place-names of the northeastern United States," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 45 (1955), 319-349. Reprinted in: Marvin W. Mikesell and Philip L. Wagner, Readings in cultural geography, Chicago, 1962.
  • "The population of Tropical Africa," a monograph, written in collaboration with Glenn T. Trewartha, submitted, July, 1954, to the Twentieth Century Fund's Survey of Tropical Africa, G. H. T. Kimble, Director, for incorporation into Kimble's Tropical Africa, Vol. 1.
  • "The population geography of Belgian Africa," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 44 (1954), 163-193, (an edited and abridged version of the foregoing).
  • "Population patterns of Tropical Africa," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 44 (1954), 135-162, in collaboration with Glenn T. Trewartha.
  • "The Greek Revival house in Georgia," Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 13(1954),9-12.
  • "The log house in Georgia," Geographical Review, 43 (1953), 173-193. Reprinted in: Robert S. Platt, Field Study in American Geography, University of Chicago, Department of Geography, Research Paper, No. 61, Chicago, 1959.
  • "The settlement patterns of Georgia," doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley,January, 1953.
  • "The population geography of Belgian Africa," unpublished report submitted to External Research Staff, Office of Intelligence Research, U.S. Department of State, May, 1953, in collaboration with Glenn T. Trewartha.
  • "A proposal for the format of the one-millionth map of world population," Proceedings, VIIIth General Assembly, XVIIth Congress, International Geographical Union, Washington, 1952,513-515.
  • "The Changing South," Focus, (New York: American Geographical Society) issue of October 15, 1951.
  • "An isochronic map of Georgia settlement, 1750-1850," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 35 (1951), 191-195.
  • "Where the South begins: the northern limit of the Cis-Appalachian South in terms of settlement landscape," Social Forces, 30 (1951), 172-178.
  • "The Indochinese Peninsula: a demographic anomaly," Far Eastern Quarterly, 9 (1950),115-145. Reprinted as item G-261 in Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Geography.
  • "The population geography of the free Negro in ante-bellum America," Population Studies (London), 3 (1950),386-401.

1940s

  • "The historical geography of the Negro population of Latin America," Journal of Negro History, 34 (1949), 153-221. Reprinted, in part, in: Lewis Hanke, ed., History of Latin American civilization; sources and interpretations, Vol. 1, Boston, Little Brown, 1967.