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1. The Ancient Civilizations of Peru, John Alden Mason; Penguin Books, 1957 Page 142

2. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 page 10876

3.The facts: cocaine Sunday November 16 2008 guardian.co.uk - UK

4 . Empire of the Inca, Burr Cartwright Brundage; University of Oklahoma Press, 1963 Page 47

5.Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 9-10

6. The Incas: The Royal Commentaries of the Inca, Garcilaso de la Vega, 1539-1616, Maria Jolas; Orion Press, 1961 Page 101

7. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 page 10876

8 Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 17-18

9.Cocaine: An Andean Perspective, Jonathan Cavanagh, Felipe E. Mac Gregor, Rosemary Underhay; Greenwood Press, 1993 Page 2

10. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 10

11.Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 17-18

12. "THE HISTORY OF COCAINE; As the UN reveals that British levels of cocaine abuse match those of the United States, Paul Vallely traces the lineage of the drug back to the Incas - and finds some surprising users down the years Drugthat spans the ages.(Features), The Independent (London, England), March 2, 2006 Vallely, Paul

13.Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 17-18

14. cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 17-18

15. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution , James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 19

16.Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 20

17. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 19

18. Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 Page 10

19. Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 Page 183

20. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 20-21

21. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 26

22. "THE HISTORY OF COCAINE; As the UN reveals that British levels of cocaine abuse match those of the United States, Paul Vallely traces the lineage of the drug back to the Incas - and finds some surprising users down the years Drugthat spans the ages.(Features)" The Independent (London, England), March 2, 2006, Vallely, Paul

23. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 20-21

24. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution, James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 21

25. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution,James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 20-21

26. Cocaine: A Drug and Its Social Evolution Book by James B. Bakalar, Lester Grinspoon; Basic Books, 1985 Page 20

27.Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 Page 22

28. Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 Page 22

29. God's Capitalist: Asa Candler of Coca-Cola, Thomas V. O'Brien; Journal of Southern History, Vol. 69, 2003

30."Jim Crow's drug war: race, coca cola, and the southern origins of drug prohibition.", Southern Cultures, September 22, 2006, Cohen, Michael M.

31. Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 Page 24

32.Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 page 24

33.Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg; Routledge, 1999 page 2

34. Cocaine: Global Histories, Paul Gootenberg Routledge, 1999 Page 21

35. America's first cocaine epidemic (history of cocaine use) St. Louis Journalism Review Date: February 1, 1994 Moeser,Vicki

36. The facts: cocaine Sunday November 16 2008 guardian.co.uk - UK

37."Jim Crow's drug war: race, coca cola, and the southern origins of drug prohibition.", Southern Cultures, September 22, 2006, Cohen, Michael M.

38."Jim Crow's drug war: race, coca cola, and the southern origins of drug prohibition." , Southern Cultures, September 22, 2006, Cohen, Michael M.

39."THE HISTORY OF COCAINE; As the UN reveals that British levels of cocaine abuse match those of the United States, Paul Vallely traces the lineage of the drug back to the Incas - and finds some surprising users down the years Drugthat spans the ages.(Features)" The Independent (London, England), March 2, 2006, Vallely, Paul