SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
The archival material, not repeated here but listed fully in the notes, came primarily from the Archivo General de la Nación in Mexico City, the Biblioteca Nacional de Antropología e Historia Eusebio Dávalos Hurtado in Mexico City, and the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas at Austin. Published sources not shown here are listed in the notes.The appearance since 1989 of many publications on the early republic, long the forgotten era of Mexican history, is a significant development in the historiography. Mexicans are in the process of reconsidering the first years of their nation's existence. Therefore, this bibliography emphasizes the most recent works.
Acta constitutiva de la federación mexicana. Mexico City: Imprenta del Supremo Gobierno en Palacio, 1824.
Actas del congreso constituyente del estado libre de Mixico. 10 vols. Mexico City: Imprenta a cargo de Martín Rivera, 1824-31.
Actas del Congreso Constituyente Mexicano. 4 vols. Mexico City: Alejandro Valdés, 1822-23.
Aguirre Virgilio Costiila. Primeros ensayos constitucionales del México independiente. Mexico City: Facultad de derecho de la UNAM, Seminario de derecho constitucional, 1962.
Alamán, Lucas. Documentos diversos (inéditos y muy raros). Compiled by Rafael Aguayo Spencer . 4 vols. Mexico City: Editorial Jus, 1945-47.
------. Historia de Méjico desde los primeros movimientos que prepararon su independencia en el año de 1808 hasta la época presente. 5 vols. 1849-52. Reprint, Mexico City: Editorial Jus, 1942.
Aldana Mario Rendón. La privatización de los terrenos comunales en Jalisco: Los primeros pasos, 1821-1833. In Los lugares y los tiempos: Ensayos sobre las estructuras regionales del siglo XIX en México, ed. Alejandra García Quintanilla and Abel Juárez, 50-82. Mexico City: Editorial Nuestro Tiempo, 1989.

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