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  1. The Oxford History of Mexico
  2. Gods, Gachupines and Gringos: A People's History of Mexico by Richard Grabman, 2009-01-15
  3. Fire And Blood: A History Of Mexico by T. R. Fehrenbach, 1995-03-22
  4. The Mexico Reader: History, Culture, Politics (The Latin America Readers)
  5. A Brief History of Mexico by Lynn V. Foster, 2009-09-30
  6. Mexico: A History by Robert Ryal Miller, 1989-02
  7. A Compact History of Mexico by Daniel C. Villegas, 2000-12-01
  8. Fallen Guidon: The Saga of Confederate General Jo Shelby's March to Mexico by Edwin Adams Davis, 1995-08-01
  9. New Mexico: An Interpretive History by Marc Simmons, 1988-08-01
  10. A Journey Through New Mexico History (Hardcover) by Donald R. Lavash, 2006-07-01
  11. Telling New Mexico: A New History
  12. The Place Names of New Mexico by Robert Julyan, 1996-01-01
  13. Mexico City through History and Culture (British Academy Occasional Paper)
  14. The U.S. War with Mexico: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) by Ernesto Chavez, 2007-12-12

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A Short History of Mexico. The mightiest civilization to arise in the heart of modern Mexico prior to the discoveries of Christopher Columbus was that of
A Short History of Mexico The Spanish put a stop to the human sacrifices, smashed the pagan idols of the Aztecs and erected crosses in their place; tore down their temples and built churches over the rubble. Catholic priests began converting the Indians to Christianity and the Spanish Crown began establishing forts and exploiting the great mineral wealth of the country. The conversion of Mexico was greatly helped when the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St Juan Diego, an Indian convert, with a message to build a church on the site of the apparition. As proof, she left her image imprinted on his cloak and this image, known as Our Lady of Guadalupe, on the simple cactus cloth became the most honored and revered religious icon to the Mexican people. After this the conversion of Mexico happened very rapidly. Hailed as the Queen of Mexico, the Virgin of Guadalupe is still the single most significant icon to Mexicans and her devotion is the most widespread. For three hundred years the Spanish ruled Mexico, or New Spain, and stretched her borders from northern California to the bottom of Central America. An intricate social hierarchy evolved with the Spanish at the top, Mexicans of Spanish blood second, Mestizos or the offspring of Spanish and Indian mixtures who were the majority were next while the Indians and the very few African slaves in the country were at the bottom. The Viceroy, who ruled on behalf of the King of Spain was almost always a Spaniard as were the high Church officials and leading military commanders. The Mexicans of Spanish blood were restricted to lower posts and offices while those of mixed blood and the Indians were almost exclusively laborers and peon farmers.

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The Santa Monica Parish Church of Mexico, Pampanga The town of Masicu which might have derived its name from an exotic fruit tree called Sicu or Chico or as
Mexico, Pampanga by Alejandro S. Camiling, CPA with Teresita Z. Camiling, BSE, MA The town of Masicu When water transportation was still the primary means of travelling, the town of Mexico had a river port for passenger and cargo ships. It was then the primary trading center in Eastern Pampanga. The construction of good roads and railroads passing through San Fernando and Angeles diminished the commercial activities in Mexico. The town proper was transferred before the outbreak of the Philippine Revolution to its present location which is on the junction of the national road leading to the towns of Sta. Ana, Arayat and Candaba. One of many famous native sons of Mexico is General Rafael Maniago of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, a descendant of the valiant warlord Francisco Maniago who led the Kapampangans in revolting against Spain in 1660. This 17 th century uprising was caused by the natural love of freedom of the Kapampangan people, the frequent recruitment of Kapampangan men to cut timber for the construction of Spanish galleons and hatred for the vandala meaning the sale by force of native products particularly rice to the Spanish authorities at prices and payments determined by the Spaniards. Franscisco Maniago and his troops were later pacified with the intercession of an Augustinian friar, Fr. Andres de Salazar who conferred with Governor General Lara who agreed to meet the demands of the Kapampangan people which included the general pardon to all rebels, payment of P14,000 to the Kapampangans as initial installment of the total government indebtedness amounting to P200,000 and the timber cutters were given time to attend to their domestic activities.

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In the decades following initial independence Mexico was led by many presidents and governments and lost much of its northern territory in The Mexican-American war of 1846-1848. Benito Juarez initiated a series of reforms yet the French invasion of 1861 hindered his power as an Austrian took over the reigns as emperor, until Juarez's supporters overthrew and assassinated Maximilian, at which point Juarez became Mexican president in 1867. The next fifty years were a tumultuous and bloody time as Mexico struggled to define itself and mature as a fledgling independence. Mexico eventually found its way and improved relations with the United States. Economic growth and vitality in the region is an ongoing process and Mexico now looks toward tourism as a way to provide wealth to a nation that wishes to provide its citizens with the opportunities to survive and remain employed within their own country.
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Mexico Table of Contents The conquistadors unified the populations of the former Mesoamerican kingdoms under the rule of a militaristic and theocratic Spanish monarchy. After early attempts by the conquerors and their descendants to establish a decentralized feudal society, central aristocratic authority prevailed. Throughout the colonial period, a distinctly "Mexican" national identity was emerging among the mestizo and creole inhabitants of New Spain. By the early nineteenth century, Spain's mercantilist trade policies and its discrimination against native-born Mexicans in colonial business and administrative affairs fostered widespread resentment and a desire for greater autonomy. The geopolitical crisis of the Napoleonic wars and the influence of Enlightenment ideas provoked a sudden break with Madrid in 1810. In the aftermath of independence, Mexico suffered a prolonged tumultuous period of factionalism and foreign intervention. Riven by bitter disputes between conservatives and liberals and governed by a series of military strongmen, the country languished in political turmoil while it lost half of its territory to an expanding United States. Stability, when it was finally achieved at the close of the nineteenth century, was imposed by the modernizing but politically repressive regime of José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz.

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... Zapatista Conflict Pre-Columbian Mexican Civilizations Between 1800 and 300 BC, complex cultures began to form. Many matured into advanced Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations such as the: Olmec, Izapa, Teotihuacan, Maya, Zapotec, Mixtec, Huaxtec, Purepecha,Toltec and Mexica (Aztecs), which flourished for nearly 5,000 years before first contact with Europeans.
History These indigenous civilizations are credited with many inventions in: building pyramid-temples, mathematics, astronomy, medicine, writing, highly-accurate calendars, fine arts, intensive agriculture, engineering, an abacus calculator (Nepohualtzitzin), a complex theology, and the wheel. Without any draft animals to do labor, however, the wheel had limited applications and was primarily used for art and toys. Metallurgy focused on copper, gold, and silver. In fact, many of the later Mexican based civilizations would all carefully build their cities and ceremonial centers according to specific astronomical events. Astronomy and the notion of human observation of celestial events would become central factors in the development of religious systems, writing systems, fine arts, and architecture. Pre-historic Mexican astronomers set in motion a tradition of obsessive observing, recording, and commemorating astronomical events that later become a hallmark of Mexican civilized achievements. Cities would be founded and built on astronomical principles, leaders would be appointed on celestial events, wars would be fought according to solar-calendars, and a complex theology using astronomical metaphors would organize the daily lives of millions of people.

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    Mexico Estados Unidos Mexicanos is located on the North American continent bordering California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas in the north and Belize and Guatemala in the south. Mexico has over 2,000 miles of coastline on the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of California, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Mexico has deserts, mountains, forests, and beaches. Mexico is composed of 31 states and the Distrito Federal, which contains most of the capital city, Mexico City. The states are Aguascalientas, Baja California, Baja California Sur (south), Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Mexico, Michoacan, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro de Arteaga, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatan and Zacatecas. Mexico has a rich history. Indigenous cultures included the Olmec, Mayan, Toltec and Aztec. The last of these, the Aztec came to an end in 1519 with the taking of the Aztec capital city, Tenochtitlan, and the capture of Moctezuma by the troops of Hernan Cortez. Spain ruled Mexico (New Spain) from 1535 to 1821, when Mexican independence was accepted by Spain. To be continued...

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    Full country name Estados Unidos Méxicanos Flag Area 1.95 million sq km Population 100.35 million Capital City Mexico City (22 million people)
    Mexico Full country name: Estados Unidos Méxicanos Flag
    Area: 1.95 million sq km
    Population: 100.35 million
    Capital City: Mexico City (22 million people)
    People: Approximately 60% mestizo (mixed European and Amerindian descent) and 30% Amerindian ( indígena - including Nahua, Maya, Zapotecs, Mixtecs, Totonacs, and Tarascos or Purépecha) (Culture)
    Language: Spanish; Castilian
    Religion: 90% Roman Catholic, 6% Protestant
    Government: federal republic
    Head of State: President Vincente Fox Quesada
    GDP: US$637.2 billion
    GDP per capita: US$5,910 Annual Growth: Inflation: Major Industries: Food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism. Major Trading Partners: USA, Canada, Japan, Germany It's thought that the first people to inhabit Mexico arrived 20,000 years before Columbus. Their descendants built a succession of highly developed civilizations that flourished from 1200 BC to 1521 AD. The first ancestral civilization to arise was that of the Olmecs (1200-600 BC), in the humid lowlands of southern Veracruz and Tabasco. By 300 BC they were joined by the Zapotecs of Oaxaca, and the temple center of Izapa (200 BC to 200 AD). By 250 AD the Maya were building stepped temple pyramids in the Yucatán Peninsula. Central Mexico's first great civilization flourished at Teotihuacán between 250 and 600 AD, to be followed by the Toltecs at Xochicalco and Tula. The Aztecs were successors to this string of empires, settling at Tenochtitlán in the early 14th century.

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