The Machete and the Cross: Campesino Rebellion in Yucatan

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Prospect 1
  • Part 1 - Sustaining the Colony, 1511-1821 7
  • 1 - Beginnings 9
  • 2 - Governing for God and King 25
  • 3 - Changing with Time 38
  • Part 2 - Learning Rebellion, 1821-1848 61
  • 4 - Strains of Independence 63
  • 5 - Year of Turmoil 83
  • 6 - Peace and War 106
  • 7 - Climax 126
  • Part 3 - Dividing the Realm, 1848-1853 141
  • 8 - The Screw Tightens 143
  • 9 - Olive Branches with Thorns 159
  • 10 - A Parting of Ways 179
  • Part 4 - Finding Foe and Friend, 1853-1869 199
  • 11 - Tribulations, Triumphs, Miraculous Crosses 201
  • 12 - Massacres and Machinations 221
  • 13 - Cross Triumphant, Cross Deposed 240
  • 14 - Unsteady Peace in the South 262
  • 15 - Rebels and Friends 288
  • Part 5 - Keeping the Faith, 1869-1903 309
  • 16 - Bravo Enterprises 311
  • 17 - Pacifico Affairs 331
  • 18 - The World Moves Closer 351
  • 19 - Determination and Dissolution 369
  • 20 - The End of Independence 389
  • Retrospect 407
  • Notes 429
  • Works Cited 537
  • Index 553
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