Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican, v. 2-2 A Historical, Geographical, Political, Statistical and Social Account of that Country from the Period of the Invasion by the Spaniards to the Present Time.
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Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican, v. 2-2 A Historical, Geographical, Political, Statistical and Social Account of that Country from the Period of the Invasion by the Spaniards to the Present Time.

By Brantz Mayer
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  • MEXICO; AZTEC, SPANISH AND REPUBLICAN:
  • CONTENTS.
  • B O O K I V. GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF MEXICO—POLITICAL DIVISIONS—POPULATION; PRODUCTIONS—MINES—AGRICULTURE; MANUFACTURES—COMMERCE—FINANCES—ARMY; NAVY—CHURCH—CONSTITUTION AND LAWS; NATIONAL CONDITION.
    • CHAPTER I. Geological and Geographical Structure of Mexico—Extent.
      • Political Divisions and Boundaries of Mexico.
      • Rivers and Lakes of Mexico.
    • Political Divisions and Boundaries of Mexico.
    • Rivers and Lakes of Mexico.
    • CHAPTER II. MEXICAN CLASSES.
      • Indian Race of Mexico.
      • INDIAN TRIBES OR RACES IN MEXICO
      • TABLE OF CASTES
    • Indian Race of Mexico.
    • INDIAN TRIBES OR RACES IN MEXICO
    • TABLE OF CASTES
    • CHAPTER III. Population.
    • CHAPTER IV. Agriculture—Agricultural Products
    • CHAPTER V. COLONIAL PRODUCTS.
      • Coffee.
      • Tobacco.
      • Indigo.
      • Cotton.
      • Vainilla.
      • Jalap.
      • Cacao.
      • Cochineal.
      • Silk.
      • Fruits.
      • Agricultural Prospects.
    • Coffee.
    • Tobacco.
    • Indigo.
    • Cotton.
    • Vainilla.
    • Jalap.
    • Cacao.
    • Cochineal.
    • Silk.
    • Fruits.
    • Agricultural Prospects.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • Mexican Mines, Mineral Wealth and Coinage.
      • MINT OF MEXICO
      • MINT OF CHIHUAHUA
      • MINT OF DURANGO
      • MINT OF GUADALAJARA
      • MINT OF GUADALUPE Y CALVO
      • MINT OF GUANAJUATO
      • MINT OF SOMBRERETE.
      • MINT OF SAN LUIS POTOSI
      • MINT OF TLALPAM.
      • MINT OF ZACATECAS
      • RESUME.
    • Mexican Mines, Mineral Wealth and Coinage.
    • MINT OF MEXICO
    • MINT OF CHIHUAHUA
    • MINT OF DURANGO
    • MINT OF GUADALAJARA
    • MINT OF GUADALUPE Y CALVO
    • MINT OF GUANAJUATO
    • MINT OF SOMBRERETE.
    • MINT OF SAN LUIS POTOSI
    • MINT OF TLALPAM.
    • MINT OF ZACATECAS
    • RESUME.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • 1st. Income.
      • 2d. Expenses in the year 1809.
      • 3d. Mineral Productions.
      • 4th. Military Force before the Revolution.
      • 5th. Agriculture.
      • 6th. Manufactures.
      • 7th. Commerce.
      • Classification of Exports.
      • Classification of Imports.
      • Commerce at the Present Day.
    • 1st. Income.
    • 2d. Expenses in the year 1809.
    • 3d. Mineral Productions.
    • 4th. Military Force before the Revolution.
    • 5th. Agriculture.
    • 6th. Manufactures.
    • 7th. Commerce.
    • Classification of Exports.
    • Classification of Imports.
    • Commerce at the Present Day.
    • CHAPTER VIII. MEXICAN FINANCES.
      • Analysis of National Debt and Resources, 1850.
    • Analysis of National Debt and Resources, 1850.
    • CHAPTER IX. MANUFACTURES.
    • CHAPTER X. THE ARMY AND NAVY OF MEXICO.
      • Navy.
    • Navy.
    • CHAPTER XI. THE MEXICAN CHURCH.
      • Summary of Mexican Church in 1844.
    • Summary of Mexican Church in 1844.
    • CHAPTER XII. CONSTITUTIONS AND LAWS.
      • Administration of Justice.
      • Statistics of Crime in the Capital, 1826—1836—1842.
    • Administration of Justice.
    • Statistics of Crime in the Capital, 1826—1836—1842.
    • CHAPTER XIII. REFLECTIONS UPON THE REPUBLIC.
  • B O O K V. THE MEXICAN STATES AND TERRITORIES; THEIR GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS, CITIES, TOWNS, PRODUCTIONS, MINES, GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS, ANTIQUITIES, Etc.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • THE STATE OF YUCATAN.
      • THE STATE OF CHIAPAS.
      • Ancient Remains in Yucatan and Chiapas.
      • Yucatan Calendar.
      • THE STATE OF TABASCO.
    • THE STATE OF YUCATAN.
    • THE STATE OF CHIAPAS.
    • Ancient Remains in Yucatan and Chiapas.
    • Yucatan Calendar.
    • THE STATE OF TABASCO.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • THE STATE OF VERA CRUZ.
      • Ancient Remains in the State of Vera Cruz.
      • Pyramid of Papantla.
      • ISLAND OF SACRIFICIOS.
      • MISANTLA.
      • REMAINS NEAR PUENTE NACIONAL.
      • THE STATE OF TAMAULIPAS.
      • ANCIENT REMAINS IN TAMAULIPAS.
    • THE STATE OF VERA CRUZ.
    • Ancient Remains in the State of Vera Cruz.
    • Pyramid of Papantla.
    • ISLAND OF SACRIFICIOS.
    • MISANTLA.
    • REMAINS NEAR PUENTE NACIONAL.
    • THE STATE OF TAMAULIPAS.
    • ANCIENT REMAINS IN TAMAULIPAS.
    • CHAPTER III. WEST COAST OR PACIFIC STATES.
      • THE STATE OF OAJACA.
      • Ancient Remains in Oajaca. MITLA.
      • Quiotepec, or Cerro de las Juntas.
    • THE STATE OF OAJACA.
    • Ancient Remains in Oajaca. MITLA.
    • Quiotepec, or Cerro de las Juntas.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • THE STATE OF PUEBLA.
      • ASCENT OF THE VOLCANO OF POPOCATEPETL.
      • Remains of Antiquity in the State of Puebla.
      • THE TERRITORY OF TLASCALA.
    • THE STATE OF PUEBLA.
    • ASCENT OF THE VOLCANO OF POPOCATEPETL.
    • Remains of Antiquity in the State of Puebla.
    • THE TERRITORY OF TLASCALA.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • THE STATE OF MEXICO.
    • THE STATE OF MEXICO.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • THE CITY OF MEXICO.
      • Legend of the Apparition of the Most Holy Virgin Mary of Guadalupe; the Patron Saint and Protectress of Mexico.
    • THE CITY OF MEXICO.
    • Legend of the Apparition of the Most Holy Virgin Mary of Guadalupe; the Patron Saint and Protectress of Mexico.
    • CHAPTER VII. ANCIENT REMAINS IN THE STATE OF MEXICO.
      • TEZCOCO—TESCOCINGO.
      • TESCOCINGO.
      • PYRAMIDS OF TEOTIHUACAN.
      • OTUMBA.
      • THE PYRAMID OF XOCHICALCO.
    • TEZCOCO—TESCOCINGO.
    • TESCOCINGO.
    • PYRAMIDS OF TEOTIHUACAN.
    • OTUMBA.
    • THE PYRAMID OF XOCHICALCO.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • THE STATE OF MECHOACAN.
      • THE STATE OF JALISCO.
      • THE TERRITORY OF COLIMA.
    • THE STATE OF MECHOACAN.
    • THE STATE OF JALISCO.
    • THE TERRITORY OF COLIMA.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE STATE OF SINALOA.
      • THE STATE OF SONORA.
      • THE TERRITORY OF LOWER CALIFORNIA.
      • THE STATE OF GUERRERO.
    • THE STATE OF SINALOA.
    • THE STATE OF SONORA.
    • THE TERRITORY OF LOWER CALIFORNIA.
    • THE STATE OF GUERRERO.
    • CHAPTER X. INTERIOR STATES.
      • THE STATE OF QUERÉTARO.
      • THE STATE OF GUANAJUATO.
      • THE STATE OF ZACATECAS.
      • RUINS NEAR QUEMADA.
    • THE STATE OF QUERÉTARO.
    • THE STATE OF GUANAJUATO.
    • THE STATE OF ZACATECAS.
    • RUINS NEAR QUEMADA.
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • STATE OF SAN LUIS POTOSI.
      • THE STATE OF NEW LEON.
      • THE STATE OF COAHUILA.
      • THE STATE OF DURANGO.
    • STATE OF SAN LUIS POTOSI.
    • THE STATE OF NEW LEON.
    • THE STATE OF COAHUILA.
    • THE STATE OF DURANGO.
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA.
      • CONCLUSION.
    • THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA.
    • CONCLUSION.
    • APPENDIX NO. 1.
    • APPENDIX NO. 2.
      • MEXICAN COINS.
      • MEASURES.
      • WEIGHTS.
      • TABLE OF LAND MEASURES ADOPTED IN THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC.
    • MEXICAN COINS.
    • MEASURES.
    • WEIGHTS.
    • TABLE OF LAND MEASURES ADOPTED IN THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC.
  • B O O K V I. THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO AND THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA; AS PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA.
    • THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
      • FORT LEAVENWORTH TO EL PASO, VIA SANTA FE.
    • FORT LEAVENWORTH TO EL PASO, VIA SANTA FE.
    • THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
    • THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. CONTINUED.
    • APPENDIX. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS IN CALIFORNIA
    • APPENDIX No. 2.
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