The Resource Mexico and its heritage, by Ernest Gruening

Mexico and its heritage, by Ernest Gruening

Label
Mexico and its heritage, by Ernest Gruening
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Photo by Hugo Brehme on plate facing p. 32
  • On t.p, in imprint position of c. 10: New York & London : Published by the Century Co
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 667-692) and index
Contents
Historical. Prologue -- The United States and Mexico -- The Spanish heritage -- The colonial epoch -- How independence was achieved -- The meaning of independence -- What happened in Spain -- The nation's beginnings -- The first steps -- The attempt to reform -- Porfirio Diáz -- Indian heritage. The revolution. Land. The church. Colonial period -- The War of Independence -- The church after independence -- The church and the revolution (1911-1925) -- The Mexican revolution -- The events of 1926-1927 -- The army. Labor. Politics. Aguascalientes -- Campeche -- Chiapas -- Chihuahua -- Coahuila -- Colima -- Durango -- Guanajuato -- Guerrero -- Hidalgo -- Jalisco -- Mexico -- Michoacań -- Morelos -- Justice. Education. Health. Foreign relations. Women. Cultural products of the revolution. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index
Control code
732519
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 728 pages
Note
Library's copy 10 (Wittliff Gallery): Gift of Susan Toomey Frost, 2009 (Access. No. 2009-131). Stamped on front paste-down endpaper: Ex Libris Tejas Club, volume 238. Clothbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, color map, portraits.
Label
Mexico and its heritage, by Ernest Gruening
Publication
Note
  • Photo by Hugo Brehme on plate facing p. 32
  • On t.p, in imprint position of c. 10: New York & London : Published by the Century Co
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 667-692) and index
Contents
Historical. Prologue -- The United States and Mexico -- The Spanish heritage -- The colonial epoch -- How independence was achieved -- The meaning of independence -- What happened in Spain -- The nation's beginnings -- The first steps -- The attempt to reform -- Porfirio Diáz -- Indian heritage. The revolution. Land. The church. Colonial period -- The War of Independence -- The church after independence -- The church and the revolution (1911-1925) -- The Mexican revolution -- The events of 1926-1927 -- The army. Labor. Politics. Aguascalientes -- Campeche -- Chiapas -- Chihuahua -- Coahuila -- Colima -- Durango -- Guanajuato -- Guerrero -- Hidalgo -- Jalisco -- Mexico -- Michoacań -- Morelos -- Justice. Education. Health. Foreign relations. Women. Cultural products of the revolution. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index
Control code
732519
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 728 pages
Note
Library's copy 10 (Wittliff Gallery): Gift of Susan Toomey Frost, 2009 (Access. No. 2009-131). Stamped on front paste-down endpaper: Ex Libris Tejas Club, volume 238. Clothbound.
Other physical details
illustrations, color map, portraits.

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