The Awakening of a Nation: Mexico of To-Day

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A study of Mexico and its nationhood at the end of the nineteenth century - a great reference on the emergence of Mexico as a nation. Charles Lummis (1859-1928) was an author, journalist, editor, photographer, Los Angeles city librarian, adventurer, close friend and Harvard classmate of Theodore Roosevelt, and champion of the American Indian. He walked from Cincinnati to Los Angeles in the winter of 1884-1885 to accept a job on the then three-year old Los Angeles Times.

The Awakening of a Nation: Mexico of To-Day 2016, Palala Press

ISBN-13: 9781357962241

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The Awakening of a Nation: Mexico of To-Day 2016, Palala Press

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The Awakening of a Nation: Mexico of To-Day 2015, Palala Press

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The Awakening of a Nation: Mexico of To-Day 2004, University Press of the Pacific, Miami

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