Cover of: El Pasado Indigena (Hacia una Nueva Historia de Mexico) by Alfredo Lopez Austin, Eduardo Soto Millan, Leonardo Lopez Lujan
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An edition of El pasado indígena (1996)

El Pasado Indigena (Hacia una Nueva Historia de Mexico)

1. ed edition
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This edition was published in by Colegio de Mexico Fideicomiso Historia de Las

Written in Spanish / español

305 pages

"Divides indigenous peoples into three major units: 1) 'Aridamérica' (including central and southern California, the Sonora coast, the Great Basin of Nevada, Utah, and northwestern Arizona, the Apache area, a small part of southern Texas, and a large portion of northern Mexico), 2) 'Oasisamérica' (covering parts of northern Mexico, southeastern California, all of Arizona, almost all of Utah, more than half of New Mexico, and the southwestern corner of Colorado); and 3) 'Mesoamérica' (defined, in part, as taking in the peoples of 16 linguistic families: Hokano-coahuilteca, Chinanteca, Otopame, Oaxaqueña, Mangueña, Huave, Tlapaneca, Totonaca, Mixe, Maya, Yutoazteca, Tarasca, Cuitlateca, Lenca, Xinca, and Misumalpa). Proceeds with an overview of the Mesoamerican preclassic, classic, epiclassic, and postclassic periods"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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Cover of: El Pasado Indigena (Hacia una Nueva Historia de Mexico)
El Pasado Indigena (Hacia una Nueva Historia de Mexico)
November 1998, Colegio de Mexico Fideicomiso Historia de Las
Paperback in Spanish / español - 1. ed edition
Cover of: El pasado indígena
El pasado indígena
1996, Colegio de México, Fideicomiso Historia de las Américas, Fondo de Cultura Económica
in Spanish / español - 1. ed.

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"Divides indigenous peoples into three major units: 1) 'Aridamérica' (including central and southern California, the Sonora coast, the Great Basin of Nevada, Utah, and northwestern Arizona, the Apache area, a small part of southern Texas, and a large portion of northern Mexico), 2) 'Oasisamérica' (covering parts of northern Mexico, southeastern California, all of Arizona, almost all of Utah, more than half of New Mexico, and the southwestern corner of Colorado); and 3) 'Mesoamérica' (defined, in part, as taking in the peoples of 16 linguistic families: Hokano-coahuilteca, Chinanteca, Otopame, Oaxaqueña, Mangueña, Huave, Tlapaneca, Totonaca, Mixe, Maya, Yutoazteca, Tarasca, Cuitlateca, Lenca, Xinca, and Misumalpa). Proceeds with an overview of the Mesoamerican preclassic, classic, epiclassic, and postclassic periods"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

El Pasado Indigena (Hacia una Nueva Historia de Mexico)

1. ed edition

This edition was published in by Colegio de Mexico Fideicomiso Historia de Las


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Paperback
Number of pages
305
Dimensions
9 x 6.1 x 0.1 inches
Weight
2.6 pounds

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