Sons of the Sierra Juï¿½rez, Dï¿½az, and the People of Ixtlï¿½n, Oaxaca, 1855-1920
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Description: The period following Mexico's war with the United States in 1847 was characterized by violent conflicts, as liberal and conservative factions battled for control of the national government. The civil strife was particularly bloody in south central Mexico,
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Publication date: 2/26/2007
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Patrick J. McNamara is associate professor of Latin American history at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
|Introduction: The Road to Ixtlan|
|Reawakening a Zapotec Military Tradition, 1855-1862|
|The French Intervention, 1862-1867|
|Rebellions and Promises in the Restored Republic, 1867-1876|
|Recognition and Reward in the Early Porfiriato, 1876-1890|
|Porfirians against the Regime, 1890-1906|
|The Failure of Order and Progress, 1906-1911|
|Conclusion: Oaxaca, Land of Yesterday|