The story of Mexico
Morris, Charles

The story of Mexico

a land of conquest and revolution, giving a comprehensive history of this romantic and beautiful land from the days of Montezuma and the empire of the Aztecs to the present time; including a graphic description of the Mexican country--its contrasts of great wealth and abject poverty--its magnificent resources in fields, forests and mines--its palaces and cathedrals--its development in civilization, religion, education, industry and military affairs--its present unrest and the causes--the long rule of Diaz and his fall--the Madero revolution and the tragic death of its leader--the Huerta régime and President Wilson's policy--the latest diplomatic developments and the Mexico of the future

Published by Universl book and Bible house in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English.

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Edition Notes

"The 64 pages of illustrations contained in this book are not included in the paging. Adding these 64 pages to the 340 pages of text makes a total of 404 pages."


Library of Congress
F1208 .M87

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1 p. l., 7-404 (i.e. 340) p.
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