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SOSIG: South America

SOSIG: South America

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Information on prison conditions and the treatment of prisoners in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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A paper from Athena Review on the many languages and language families of South America.
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Athena Review, Vol. 1, No.3 Humans have been in South America for at least 12,500 years. As settlements spread along rivers and coastlines, both intermixture and isolation of South American populations occurred, with millenia of separation eventually resulting from barriers of water,
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