History [ edit ]
A page of American History, 1905, by Edward Herbert Thompson
Difficulties Between Mexico and Guatemala, 1882 Proposed mediation of the United States. some official documents
History of the Spanish Conquest of Yucatan and of the Itzas by Philip Ainsworth Means (1917)
Mexico of the Mexicans Views of Mexico and the people by an Scottish traveler (1918) by Lewis Spence (1874-1955 )
Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican, Historical, Geographical, Political, Statistical, and social account of that country from the period of the invasion, by the spaniards to the present time, 1852 by Brantz Mayer Legation to Mexico.
Mexico, California and Arizona; being a new and revised edition of Old Mexico and her lost provinces, 1900 by William Henry Bishop, (1847–1928) American author and US consul at Palermo and Genoa, Italy.
Mexico, as it was and as it is, 1847 by Brantz Mayer,
Mexico by Joseph Wharton, 1902 American industrialist, Founder of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, co-founder of the Bethlehem Steel company, and one of the founders of Swarthmore College. (1826-1909)
Our next door neighbor, a Winter in Mexico, 1875 by Gilbert Haven Bishop
Corwin on the Mexican War
Romance of History, Mexico, 1909 by Margaret Duncan Coxhead
The Conquest of Mexico, 1922 by William Hickling Prescott
The Fall of Maximilan's Empire (1887)
The Myths of Mexico and Peru 1913 (1918) by Lewis Spence
The Stone of the Sun and the First Chapter of the History of Mexico, Originally published in Spanish in the Memorias de la Sociedad Científica "Antonio Alzate." by Enrique Juan Palacios, translated to English by Frederick Starr in 1921
The Stone of the Sun and the First Chapter of the History of Mexico, by Enrique Juan Palacios, translated by Frederick Starr.
The rise and fall of the Emperor Maximilian (1868)
To read Carlos Castaneda 1999, the message of Don Juan in chronological order, by Guillermo Marín Ruiz
True History of the Profound Mexico; an approach to Anahuac’s history written by an anahuaca. 2010 by Guillermo Marín Ruiz
Young Folks' History of Mexico, 1895 by Frederick Albion Ober American naturalist and writer (1849-1913)
Mexico, picturesque, political, progressive, 1888
Popular Science Monthly articles [ edit ]
Backgammon Among the Aztecs", by Edward Burnett Tylor in Volume 14, February 1879 Popular Science Monthly "
Mexico and its Antiquities", in Volume 24, March 1884 Popular Science Monthly "
Prehistoric Art in America", by Jean-François-Albert du Pouget in Volume 24, April 1884 Popular Science Monthly "
An Economic Study of Mexico I", in Volume 28, April 1886 a five part series. Popular Science Monthly "
Mexican Antiquities", by Randolph I. Geare in Volume 31, May 1887 Popular Science Monthly "
The Mexican Messiah", by Dominick Daly in Volume 39, May 1891 Popular Science Monthly "
Customs and Superstitions of the Mayans", by Alice Dixon Le Plongeon in Volume 44, March 1894 Popular Science Monthly "
Astronomy of the Incas", by Jean du Gourcq in Volume 45, October 1894 Popular Science Monthly "
The Potter's Art Among Native Americans", by Alice Dixon Le Plongeon in Volume 49, September 1896 Popular Science Monthly "
An Ascent of Mt Orizaba", by Alja Robinson Crook in Volume 61, October 1902 Popular Science Monthly "
Some Little-Known Mexican Volcanoes", by Herdman Fitzgerald Cleland in Volume 71, August 1907 Popular Science Monthly "
Desert Scenes in Zacatecas", by Joseph Edward Kirkwood in Volume 75, November 1909 Popular Science Monthly
Popular Science Monthly miscellaneous references [ edit ]
Treaties & legislation [ edit ]
Zapatista Army of National Liberation [ edit ]
Travel writing [ edit ]
Six Months In Mexico, 1889 by Elizabeth Jane Cochrane (alias Nellie Bly) American journalist, author, industrialist, and charity worker. (1864—1922)
Our Sister Republic, 1870 A Gala Trip Through Mexico with William H. Seward former USA Secretary of State, to visit Benito Juarez, by Col. Albert S. Evans, American journalist from New Hampshire.(1831—1872)
Face to Face with the Mexicans, 1887 Domestic Life, Educational, Social, and Business Ways, Statesmanship and Literature, Legendary and General History of the Mexican People. In the opinion of an American woman during a seven year residence with 200 illustrations, by Fanny Chambers Gooch Iglehart, American writer about Mexico and Texas. (1842—1913) "
Monte Alban and Mitla as the Tourist Sees Them", in Volume 73, November 1908 Popular Science Monthly
Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1854 by John Lloyd Stephens (1805—1852) Ambassador to the Republic of Centro America, edited by Frederick Catherwood (1799—1854) English artist and architect, secretary of John Lloyd.
The Rambler in Mexico 1836, by Charles Joseph Latrobe, (1801–1875) superintendent of the Port Phillip District of New South Wales and first lieutenant-governor of the colony of Victoria.
Appleton's Guide to Mexico 1884, by Alfred Ronald Conkling, (1850–1917) Assemblyman of the 115th New York State Legislature, January 5 to April 26, 1892, son of Congressman Frederick A. Conkling
Travels in Mexico and life among the Mexicans 1884, by [[Author:Frederick Albion Ober}|Frederick Albion Ober]]
Novels & Fiction [ edit ]
Encyclopedias [ edit ]
Mexico” in by The Nuttall Encyclopædia James Wood, London: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., 1907. “
Mérida (Mexico)”, in , (11th ed.), 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica “
Mexico,” in , New York: The Encyclopaedia Press (1913)
Catholic Encyclopedia “
Mexico” in . The World Factbook by the CIA, 1982 “
Mexico” in . The World Factbook by the CIA, 1990 “
Mexico” in . The World Factbook by the CIA, 2004