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The Republic of Mexico in 1876
1912. CUBAS, Antonio Garcia. The Republic of Mexico in 1876. Translated by George E. Henderson. 130, [12] pp. Illustrated with 8 chromolithographic plates, finished by hand, a double-page map of Mexico, and 8 pages containing scores of popular music. 8vo., bound in nineteenth-century marbled boards, rebacked in modern blue morocco. Mexico: "La EnseƱanza" Printing Office, 1876. |~||~||~||~||~||~| This book focuses on the politics, population, history and ethnography of Mexico. Written by Cubas (1832-1912), a Mexican scientist who published many works on topics as varied as topographical drawing, history, archaelogy, and geography. The color plates illustrate various costumes and ethnographic families of Mexico and represent early Mexican lithography. Also included in the text are a number of tables, showing, for example, imports/exports and branches of education. Light foxing to text and map, covers rubbed. Palau 65704.
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