A Concise History Of Mexico

Author by : Brian R. Hamnett
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : Updated edition of an accessible and richly illustrated study of Mexico.


A Concise History Of Mexico

Author by : Jan Bazant
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : Jan Bazant has woven into a coherent whole the chaotic series of political and social upheavals that characterised Mexican history from the start of the struggle for independence through the completion of basic social reforms in 1940. The colonial reaction to the forced loans exacted by the Spanish government in 1805 to finance its war against Great Britain was, in Professor Bazant's view, the starting point of the Mexican independence movement. She argues that a new phase of Mexican history began when the liberals abolished the power and wealth of the Catholic Church. Mexico's rapid economic growth in the last quarter of the nineteenth century was largely the result of the stable political climate created by the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz. Under Diaz however, most rural areas remained backward and it was precisely the contradiction between the urban, industrial economy and the traditional structure of the countryside that led to the Mexican civil war between 1910 and 1920. The agrarian reform finally transformed the rigid social system and created Mexico as we see it today.


A Concise History Of Mexico

Author by : Víctor Alba
Languange : en
Publisher by : Weidenfeld & Nicolson
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A Concise History Of The Black Race In Mexico

Author by : Ava Waddell
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Description : The history of the black race in Mexico is both illuminating and mysterious. What makes the story of especially profound is the lack of documentation and discussion on the subject.Scholars have long been acquainted with the history of slavery in Mexico. In fact, long before the first Spanish galleons appeared on the horizon, the practice of slavery was common amongst several indigenous tribes in Mexico. So while it may be said that the Spanish did not invent slavery, they nonetheless relied upon it to expand their empire and to increase their already enormous wealth.As the colonial period in Mexico unfolded, in particular during the 16th and 17th centuries, the indigenous population became decimated by disease. To make up for this labor shortage, African slaves were brought to Mexico to toil in sugar fields and work in underground mines. Worth four times more than their indigenous Indian counterparts, these African slaves were highly prized for their reported physical endurance and stamina in the hot, tropical sun. The author explains the concise truth of the Black Mexicans.


The Mexico Traveler

Author by : Selden Rodman
Languange : en
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The Texas Revolution And The U S Mexican War

Author by : Paul Calore
Languange : en
Publisher by : McFarland
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Description : This narrative history describes the events preceding, and the prosecution of, the Texas Revolution and the U.S.–Mexican War. It begins with the introduction of the empresario system in Mexico in 1823, a system of land distribution to American farmers and ranchers in an attempt to strengthen the postwar economy following Mexico’s independence from Spain. Once welcomed as fellow countrymen, the new settlers, homesteading on land destined to be called Texas, were viewed as enemies when in 1835 they revolted against the government’s harsh Centralist rulings. Winning independence from Mexico and recognition from the United States as the independent Republic of Texas only intensified the Mexican refusal to accept their loss of Texas as legitimate. The final straw for both sides came when Texas was granted U.S. statehood and 11 American soldiers were ambushed and murdered. As a result, Congress declared war on Mexico, a bloody conflict that resulted in the U.S. gain of 525,000 square miles.


Concise Encyclopedia Of Mexico

Author by : Michael Werner
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


A Brief History Of Mexico

Author by : Lynn V. Foster
Languange : en
Publisher by : Infobase Publishing
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Description : An introduction to the history of Mexico covers such topics as indigenous peoples, the environment, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and current law enforcement efforts against the drug cartels.


Mexico

Author by : John W. Sherman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Description : "This book provides a concise, accessible introduction to the broad sweep of Mexican history, from pre-contact civilizations to the present. Focusing on political and economic processes, John Sherman provides a clear narrative, enhanced with a rich array of images."--


The Mexican Frontier 1821 1846

Author by : David J. Weber
Languange : en
Publisher by : UNM Press
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Description : Reinterprets borderlands history from the Mexican perspective.