The Course of Mexican History

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Index
Aburto Martínez, Mario, 674
Academia de Música, 350
Academia de San Juan de Letrán, 349
Academia Militar de Chapultepec, 315
Acamapichtli, 57, 721
Acapulco, 153–54, 170, 203, 231, 239–40, 278, 303, 305, 358, 394, 616, 632, 646
Acolman, 222
Act of Consolidation, 262
Actopan, 222
Acuña, Juan de, 722
Admiradoras de Juárez, 450
Adriatic Sea, 373
Adultery, 74, 76
Africa, 370, 699
Afromestizo, 192
Agiotistas, 313
Agrarian reform
under Avila Camacho, 604
under Calles, 560–61, 569, 577
under Cárdenas, 576–78
under Carranza, 577
in Constitution of 1917, 522–23
under Echeverría, 649
under Huerta, 509
under Madero, 492–93
under López Mateos, 626–27
under Obregón, 553–54, 569, 577
under Ortiz Rubio, 577
in Plan de Ayala, 494
in Plan Orozquista, 496
under Portes Gil, 577
under Rodríguez, 577
under Salinas, 671–72
Agricultural school, 592–93
Agriculture
of Aztecs, 75
under Calles, 561
under Carranza, 524
of Chichimecs, 52
in classic period, 14
in colonial period, 151, 162, 164–67, 170, 178, 240–42, 252–53, 258–59
corn, 5, 7, 28, 37, 52, 165
under Cortés, 131
during early republic, 340
in 1876, 414
in formative period, 7–8
during French intervention, 382
under Huerta, 506
during institutionalized revolution, 614–15
of Maya, 27–8
origins of, 4–6
during Porfiriato, 426–27, 442
during War of Independence, 289
wheat, 165
under López Portillo, 654
Aguascalientes. See Convention of Aguascalientes
Aguayo, Marqués de, 251–52
Aguilar Zinser, Alberto, 687
Aguilar, Jerónimo de, 98
Aguilar, José, 496
Agustín I, 375
Ahuítzotl, 60, 62, 721
Ahumada y Villalón, Agustín, 723
Al Qaeda, 691
Alamán, Lucas, 274, 351, 723
Alameda, 404
Alameda Park, 229
Alamo, battle of, 322–25
Albuquerque, 327
Alcabala, 170
Alcaldes mayores, 148, 201, 243
Alcaldes ordinarios, 149
Alcoholism, 74, 76, 201, 450, 453, 589
Aldama, Juan de, 271
Alegre, Francisco Javier, 213
Alemán Valdés, Miguel, presidency of, 612–19
Alencastre Noroña y Silva, Fernando, 722
Alfonso XIII, 475
Algeria, 370
Alhóndiga de Granaditas, 273
Allende, Hortensia, 646
Allende, Ignacio, 271, 273–75
Almojarifazgo, 170
Almonte, Juan, 373–74, 376
Altamirano, Ignacio, 367, 406
Altepetl, 60, 72, 78
Alvarado, Pedro de, 112–16, 119, 121, 126–29, 134, 139, 198
Alvarado, Salvador, 535
Alvarez, Diego, 416
Alvarez, Juan, 303, 357–59, 724
Alvarez, Luis H., 625
Alvarez Ponce de León, Griselda, 706
Amecameca, 426
American Revolution, 297
American Smelting and Refining Company, 428
Ampudia, Pedro de, 330
Anáhuac, 51, 54, 56–57, 119
Anaya, Pedro María, 724
Anderson, William Marshall, 398
Andreu Almazán, Juan, 603, 606
Anenecuilco, 487
Anglicisms, 707
Anthropology, 598
Anticientíficos, 509, 539, 550, 600
Anticlericalism, 350, 355
under Avila Camacho, 603
under Cárdenas, 578–80
in Constitution of 1917, 521–22
during Cristero Rebellion, 565–67
during early republic, 310–11
under Fox, 685
under Maximilian, 376–77
during mid-nineteenth century, 406
under Obregón, 552
during Porfiriato, 464–65
during reform, 359–65
under Salinas, 671
Antimilitarism, 355, 359
Anti-Re-electionist Party, 474, 479, 481
Apache Indians, 201, 242–43, 519
Apalachee, 136
Apatzingán, Constitution of, 277
Arafat, Yasser, 648
Arangurén, Fernando, 646
Archaic societies, 4
Architecture
Aztec, 82
cathedrals, 220–21
Churrigueresque, 220, 252
classic Maya, 28, 32
in classic period, 13–16
in colonial period, 174, 179, 181–83, 186, 218–23, 247, 251, 256
in early republic, 341, 343–44
at El Tajín, 23
in formative period, 8–9
at Mitla, 41
at Monte Albán, 24–25
mudéjar, 220
neoclassic, 221
plateresque, 220

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