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Alison Acker. Honduras: The Making of a Banana Republic. Between the Lines. 1988. 166pp.

Thomas P. Anderson. The War of the Dispossessed: Honduras and El Salvador, 1969. University of Nebraska Press. 1981. 203pp.

Robert S. Chamberlain. The Conquest and Colonization of Honduras: 1502-1550. Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1953. 264pp.

Anne Chapman. Masters of Animals: Oral Traditions of the Tolupan Indians, Honduras. Taylor & Francis. 1992. 311pp.

Darío A. Euraque. Reinterpreting the Banana Republic: Region and State in Honduras, 1870-1972. UNC Press. 1997. 242pp.

Harvey K. Meyer; Jessie H. Meyer. Historical Dictionary of Honduras. Scarecrow Press. 1994. 708pp.

James A. Morris. Honduras: Caudillo Politics and Military Rulers. Westview Press. 1984. 156pp.

Linda Newson. The Cost of Conquest: Indian Decline in Honduras Under Spanish Rule. Westview Press. 1986. 375pp.

Nancy Peckenham; Annie Street (editors). Honduras: Portrait of a Captive Nation. Praeger. 1985. 350pp.

Donald E. Schulz; Deborah Sundloff Schulz. The United States, Honduras, and the Crisis in Central America. Westview Press. 1994. 368pp.

John Soluri. Banana Cultures: Agriculture, Consumption, and Environmental Change in Honduras and the United States. University of Texas Press. 2005. 321pp.

William Sylvane Stokes. Honduras: An Area Study in Government. Greenwood Press. 1974. 351pp.

Catherine M. Tucker. Changing Forests: Collective Action, Common Property, and Coffee in Honduras. Springer. 2008. 258pp.

Guillermo Yuscarán. Gringos in Honduras: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Nuevo Sol Publicaciones. 1995. 154pp.

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