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  • 1917 Constitution of Mexico (As amended)(123 clicks)
    This document was coded by Marc Becker. Hyperlinked.
  • 20th Century Mexico(136 clicks)
    Short essay by Chris Ratliff.
  • A Bibliography of Ferdinand Maximilian von Habsburg (1832-67)(202 clicks)
    and his wife Carlotta of Belgium.
  • A Memory of Tampico by an 18-year-old American(144 clicks)
    A light-hearted account by Frank E. Olschner, Jr.
  • A Shared Experience(182 clicks)
    Los Caminos del Rio Heritage Project and the Texas Historical Commission [Austin, Texas, 1994] The History, Architecture and Historic Designations of the Lower Rio Grande Heritage Corridor
  • A Short History of Traditional Mexican Markets(157 clicks)
    Prehispanic to modern times.
  • About Transportation in Mexico City(164 clicks)
    By Odon de Buen. Written in 1993. Essay on the problems of the world's largest urban area.
  • Aerial Photographs of Mexico City (English)(154 clicks)
    his are a few pictures that I have taken while working as a Helicopter Pilot over Mexico City , although brightness and contrast has been tweaked on some, they are all REAL.
  • African Roots Stretch Deep into Mexico(160 clicks)
    By Roberto Rodriguez and Patrisia Gonzales
  • Agustin de Iturbide(162 clicks)
    About the special collection at Georgetown but has a biography
  • Ancientmexico.com(159 clicks)
    Mesoamerica plus Peru and Chile
  • Antonio López de Santa Anna (1794-1876)(144 clicks)
    Short biography of the colorful politician and rogue by an eminent historian of Mexico.
  • Archivo General de la Nación(143 clicks)
    Principal archive in Mexico. Some material is online and guides are available for the rest.
  • Art and History - Forum of Mexican Culture(178 clicks)
    virtual forum of Mexican Culture
  • Benito Juarez on La Reforma(154 clicks)
    From Benito Juárez, Apuntes Para Mis Hijos [Notes for My Children](ca. 1857), he writes about the great reform movement of the 19th century. He was a principal protagonist.
  • Benito Juarez, Apuntes para mis hijos (1806-1857)(139 clicks)
  • Benito Juárez, Manifiesto al volver a la Capital de la República(153 clicks)
    July 15, 1867 speech on returning to Mexico City after the French Intervention
  • Benito Juárez, on his early years(156 clicks)
    From Benito Juárez, Apuntes Para Mis Hijos [Notes for My Children] (ca. 1857). Fascinating autobiographical material of this American Indian who became the dominant figure in 19th century Mexico.
  • Black Indian Mexico(175 clicks)
    Excellent site about this little known subject
  • Carlota, Empress of Mexico(170 clicks)
    Belinda Nanney presents a short biography.
  • Carlota, wife of Maximilian(155 clicks)
    She went mad after being putative empress of Mexico
  • Catholic Southwest(187 clicks)
    A journal of history and culture. Part of it concerns Mexican history
  • Chieftans of Mexican Independence(171 clicks)
    Biographies of the major figures
  • Cinco de Mayo(149 clicks)
  • Cinco de Mayo: La Batalla de Puebla(156 clicks)
    In English or Spanish. Mexican defeat of the French in 1862.
  • Cracking the Maya Code(155 clicks)
    PBS
  • Democrat to Autocrat: The transformation of Porfirio Diaz(285 clicks)
    by Jim Tuck
  • Drugs, Rebellion, and Mexico's Militarization(201 clicks)
    From Mexico Connect
  • Durango(143 clicks)
    City and state. Brief.
  • Dzitbalché, The Songs of(154 clicks)
    Ancient Mayan Poetry by Ah Bam
  • Early Days of the Mexican Railway(174 clicks)
    includes information on how the Mexican railways were established in the 19th century
  • Economy and Taxation in the 19th Century(140 clicks)
    Brief analytical essay.
  • El Castillo de Chapultepec(165 clicks)
    Short guide to this Mexico City villa which has played a key role in Mexican history. Now houses a museum.
  • Empress Carlota(147 clicks)
    Short biography of the Belgian princess Carlota who became the putative Empress of Mexico in 1863.
  • Fondo de Cultura Economia(170 clicks)
    Web site of the great Mexican publishing site.
  • Food History: Mexico and Highland Central America(144 clicks)
  • Frances Calderon de la Barca, Life in Mexico(207 clicks)
    Subtitled: During a Residence of Two Years in that Country. Originally published in 1843.
  • From Tenochtitlan to Today: A Brief History of Mexico, Part 1(257 clicks)
    YouTube
  • From Tenochtitlan to Today: A Brief History of Mexico, Part 2(184 clicks)
    YouTube Video
  • From Tenochtitlan to Today: A Brief History of Mexico, Part 3(140 clicks)
    Youtube Video
  • Frontera NorteSur(184 clicks)
    Newsletter about the Mexican-U.S. border
  • Gabino Barreda(153 clicks)
    The great educator who transformed education in Mexico.
  • Gabino Barreda: Prophet of Mexican Positivism(139 clicks)
    by Melanie D. Hutto
  • Grito de Dolores(157 clicks)
  • Guadalajara Censuses Project(125 clicks)
    The Guadalajara Censuses Project (GCP) is an experiment in the preservation and public access to the historical resources of two nations who share a common border yet who are often divided by differences in language, culture and history. In much the same sense, this project is an exercise in building a bridge between the humanities and the often presumed foreign, and at times even feared, "universe" of statistics. We began at Florida State University as a graduate seminar in the history of urban Mexico; we have become a multi-national, inter-disciplinary enterprise providing bilingual public access to the rich statistical resources of Guadalajara, Mexico. For the history of the GCP, see History of the Guadalajara Censuses Project.
  • H-Mexico(188 clicks)
    Internet discussion list on Mexican history.
  • Historia de Guadalajara(141 clicks)
  • History Guy: The Mexican-American War(191 clicks)
    brief background on the war with links
  • History of The Lake Chapala Society(157 clicks)
    Retiree community
  • History of Jalisco, The(173 clicks)
    by Donna S. Morales and John P. Schmal
  • History of Mexico(178 clicks)
    historical overview with articles on various eras and subjects
  • History of Mexico, Carlos Salinas de Gortari(184 clicks)
    Considers the economic liberalization and political indecision which marked his presidency
  • Hugo Brehme's Postcards(198 clicks)
    German photographer Hugo Brehme is considered one of the outstanding photographers of Mexico. He was born in Germany in 1882 and died in Mexico in 1954.
  • Images of Mexico(144 clicks)
  • In the Shadow of the Eagles: Sonora and the Transformation of the Border During the Porfiriato(238 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Miguel Tinker Salas
  • Inglorious Tale from the Mexican War(163 clicks)
    essay by Howard Fast
  • John Sutter and California's Indians(162 clicks)
    In the Mexican province of California, Sutter abused the native population.
  • Juan N. Alvarez: Federalist, Revolutionary, and Liberator(167 clicks)
    Essay with photograph by Kay Stacy.
  • La Biblioteca Rafael García Granados(161 clicks)
    "La Biblioteca Rafael García Granados es una de los centros bibliográficos y hemerográficos más importantes en su género en el país y cuenta con cerca de 60 mil volúmenes de documentos de distinto tipo: libros, revistas, tesis, folletos, mapas, entre otros. "
  • La Casa de Tiempo(179 clicks)
    historical journal
  • Land of The Fifth Sun: Mexico in Space and Time(163 clicks)
    by Vincent H. Malmström. An e-Book in Historical Geography
  • LANIC: Mexico(182 clicks)
    Great resource from the University of Texas.
  • Librería Porrúa Hermanos S.A(137 clicks)
    Major publisher and bookseller in Mexico and in Argentina.
  • Lucas Alaman (1792-1853), Conservative Leader(155 clicks)
    Rebecca Williams' short biography of the great conservative politician and intellectual of the first half of the 19th century.
  • Maximilian of Mexico(141 clicks)
    Brief biography of the erstwhile emperor.
  • Maximilian of Mexico History(139 clicks)
    considers the life of the Emperador Maximiliano
  • Mexican Legislation, 1687-1902(155 clicks)
    Searchable. "La colección completa contiene 16,890 disposiciones numeradas, ordenadas cronológicamente, cuya cobertura va de 1687 a 1902. Dedica tres de sus volúmenes a Códigos, Ordenanzas y Reglamentos del Ejército y Armada de la República Mexicana. Representa junto con la Recopilación de leyes, decretos, bandos, reglamentos, circulares y providencias de los supremos poderes y otras autoridades de la República Mexicana compilada por Basilio José Arrillaga, y el archivo mexicano; colección de leyes, decretos, circulares y otros documentos; uno de los esfuerzos más fecundos por compendiar la legislación mexicana del siglo XIX."
  • Mexican American War Memorial Homepage(158 clicks)
    review and analysis of the Mexican American War
  • Mexican Channel(165 clicks)
    Portal for site about Mexico
  • Mexican Constitution as of 1996(162 clicks)
    Translated by Ron Pamachena. Hyperlinked.
  • Mexican Cuisine ands Its Origins(165 clicks)
  • Mexican Heads of State Since Independence(121 clicks)
    Chronological list.
  • Mexican History, 1810-1940(191 clicks)
    Summary of main events.
  • Mexican Independence(184 clicks)
    Brief history of independence from the Sons of DeWitt Colony TEXAS.
  • Mexican Photographs and Maps(184 clicks)
    From the Collection of Don Mabry and from books
  • Mexican Photos from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1880-1920(193 clicks)
    The American Memory Project provides a searchable database of old Mexican photos
  • Mexican Power and Light Company and Mexican Tramways Company(164 clicks)
    Paper in pdf format entitled "From Free-Standing Company to Public Enterprise: the MexicanPower and Light Company and the Mexican Tramways Company, 1902-1965
  • Mexican Presidental Election Results 1994(148 clicks)
    First news of the federal elections and the ambiguities thereto.
  • Mexican Revolution(226 clicks)
  • Mexican Salaries, 1845-1849(143 clicks)
    Interesting to see how little the average person made when compared to government officials.
  • Mexican Treasures of the Smithsonian(159 clicks)
  • Mexican War(172 clicks)
    1846-1848
  • Mexico and the World(198 clicks)
    The PROFMEX Web Journal
  • Mexico at the World's Fairs: Crafting a Modern Nation(162 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo
  • Mexico City College Story(167 clicks)
    by Joseph M. Quinn
  • Mexico City College Story(154 clicks)
    1940-1963. By Joseph M. Quinn.
  • Mexico Freedom of Information Program(143 clicks)
    "The México Abierto 2007: Participación y Actividades booklet displays the events carried out during México Abierto 2007, highlighting the media publications, editorials, TV and radio broadcasts, blogs, and delegations that were part of the week-long celebration. The booklet also informs readers about similar initiatives, such as Sunshine Week in the United States and the National Right to Know Week celebrated in Argentina, and prepares participants for México Abierto 2008."
  • Mexico History(176 clicks)
  • Mexico in 1989(160 clicks)
    Brief overview.
  • Mexico in 1990(149 clicks)
    Brief overview.
  • Mexico in 1991(152 clicks)
    Brief overview.
  • Mexico Online(198 clicks)
    Portal to Mexican matters
  • Mexico,U.S. Interventions,1806-1876(146 clicks)
    Lists, with some explanation, the numerous times the United States intervened or made war on Mexico betwee 1806 and 1876.
  • Mexico. Berekley Symposium(146 clicks)
    Google Video
  • Mexico: From Empire to Revolution(134 clicks)
  • Mexico: From Empire to Revolution(177 clicks)
    "Mexico: From Empire to Revolution covers approximately sixty years. It begins in 1857 with the appointment of Benito Juárez as acting President of the Republic and the arrival of the French photographer Désiré Charnay from France. It ends with the final phases of the Revolution, the election of Álvaro Obregón as President in 1920 and the photographs of 1923 that record the bloody assassination of one of the leaders of the Revolution, Pancho Villa. This period represents one of the most dramatic and violent in Mexico’s history. In that short span of time the country experienced imperial intervention followed by conflict, rebellion and finally revolution."
  • Mexico: Splendors of Thirty Centuries(182 clicks)
  • Military History Of The Yaquis From 1867 To 1910: Three Points Of View, The(126 clicks)
  • Moctezuma and the Lost Aztec Empire(189 clicks)
    British Museum exhibition
  • Neighbor--Mexico and the United States(147 clicks)
    An HTA book by Don Mabry and Robert J. Shafer.
  • Neighbors, Mexico and the United States(160 clicks)
    An HTA book. Insightful analysis of US-Mexican relations.
  • NEXOS(210 clicks)
    Leading serious magazine from Mexico
  • Nineteenth Century Prints of Mexico City(188 clicks)
    Three prints of Mexico City in the mid-19th century showing traditional dress, the National Palace, and the Plazula Guardiola.
  • Notes on the 19th Century(136 clicks)
    Notes, with links, on some of the 19th century in Mexico.
  • Numismatic History of Mexico(189 clicks)
    Learn about money as used in Mexico, from the Spanish colonial period to the present
  • Oil: Mexico's Position[1940](130 clicks)
    This rare pamphlet explains Mexico's position on its expropriation of foreign-owned oil companies.
  • Porfirio Díaz (1830-1915)(145 clicks)
    Short biography.
  • Reading Mexico, Understanding the United States: American...(141 clicks)
  • Refried Elvis: The Rise of the Mexican Counterculture(183 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Eric Zolov
  • Relatos y personajes de la historia de Coahuila (y Texas)(161 clicks)
  • Relatos y personajes de la historia de Coahuila y Texas(120 clicks)
  • Revista de la Universidad de Mexico(186 clicks)
    Issues from 1993 to present
  • Revolutionary Mexican Women(180 clicks)
  • Role and the Mission of the Catholic Church in Mexico(152 clicks)
    Paul V. Murray, The Role and the Mission of the Catholic Church in Mexico Mexico, privately printed, 1963; 2nd edition, 1972). An address delivered by Paul V. Murray, January 6, 1963. [This text is pages 14-23 of the original.]
  • Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada(149 clicks)
    Important but little-noted president has his biograophy sketched by Deborah Moody.
  • Sentimientos de la Nación(140 clicks)
    23 puntos dados por José María Morelos para la Constitución Sentimientos de la Nación 14 de septiembre de 1813
  • Stuart Chase, Mexico: A Study of Two America(237 clicks)
    1931 book
  • Taft-Diaz Meeting, 1909(157 clicks)
  • Teotihuacan(167 clicks)
  • Teotihuacan Home Page(150 clicks)
  • The Battle of San Jacinto (1836)(164 clicks)
    The Mexican army lost the battle to the Texans on April 21, 1836. This battle was important to the independence of Texas as a nation.
  • The Black Bean Lottery(211 clicks)
    "In March 1843, 176 members of an unauthorized army of Texans captured in Mexico drew beans from a jar to determine which 17 among them would die for their alleged crimes."
  • The Black Mexico Home Page(144 clicks)
    Afro-Mexicans of the Costa Chica
  • The French Intervention, 1861-1867(139 clicks)
    Extensive site.
  • The History of Mexico and Its People(170 clicks)
  • The Maquiladora Program Its Challenges Ahead(169 clicks)
    "Where will NAFTA take Mexico and its Maquiladoras? The series of Free Trade agreements have provided opportunities beyond belief for the industry. However, could Mexico be experiencing infrastructure saturation? What will be the effects of the corresponding bottle neck that will soon hit Mexico? Due to the drop in real governmental revenues as a result of the crisis, the only possible solutions to the problem might be the North American Development Bank and the new tax law on Maquiladoras. However, will they be enough? Will they have possibilities of success? "
  • The Mexican Financial Crisis of 1982(148 clicks)
    Short essay on why Mexico almost defaulted on its debt in 1982.
  • The Money of the Mexican Revolution(148 clicks)
  • The Political Economy of Preserving the Past: The Rio Blanco Mill in Mexico(162 clicks)
  • The Porfiriato(143 clicks)
    Material on the Porfiriato, 1876-1911.
  • The Role and the Mission of the Catholic Church in Mexico(139 clicks)
    Paul V. Murray, The Role and the Mission of the Catholic Church in Mexico. Mexico, privately printed, 1963; 2nd edition, 1972). [excerpts]
  • The Setting for the 19th Century(153 clicks)
    Notes on the 1800-1850 period.
  • TOPOLOBAMPO COLLECTION 1836-1979(154 clicks)
  • U.S. - Mexican War (1846-1848)(239 clicks)
    Companion site to the PBS documentary
  • U.S. Embassy in Mexico(178 clicks)
  • World History Archives: Mexico(189 clicks)
    Haines Brown provides numerous documents for the study of Mexican History