Melvil Decimal System: 972.62
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
Free zone and Northern states
Lower California and islands
Central Pacific states
Mexico; Federal district
Southern Gulf states
Southern Pacific states
Works under MDS 972.62
- Corn Is Our Blood: Culture and Ethnic Identity in a Contemporary Aztec Indian Village (The Civilization of American Indian Series, Vol 206) by Alan R. Sandstrom
- Blacks in Colonial Veracruz: Race, Ethnicity, and Regional Development by Patrick J. Carroll
- Domestic Ceramic Production and Spatial Organization: A Mexican Case Study in Ethnoarchaeology (New Studies in Archaeology) by Philip J. Arnold III
- Lightning Gods and Feathered Serpents: The Public Sculpture of El Tajín (The Linda Schele Series in Maya and Pre-Columbian Studies) by Rex Koontz
- Riot!: Tobacco, Reform, and Violence in Eighteenth-Century Papantla, Mexico by Jake Frederick
- Tajin. La ciudad del dios Huracan (Antropologia) (Spanish Edition) by Pina Chan Roman y Patricia Castillo Pena
- Puebla and Veracruz, Mexico
- Con el sello de agua : ensayos históricos sobre Tlacotalpan by Gema Lozano y Nathal
- The Prehistory of the Tuxtlas by Robert S. Santley
- Sack of Veracruz: The Great Pirate Raid of 1683 by David Marley
- Waking the Dictator: Veracruz, the Struggle for Federalism and the Mexican Revolution 1824-1927 (Latin American and Caribbean Series) by Karl B. Koth
- Aventure extraordinaire d'un village franc-comtois au Mexique by Jean-Christophe Demard
- Ensayos sobre la cultura de Veracruz: Arqueologia, etnologia, cultura popular, educacion, historiografia, arquitectura, plastica, literatura, ciencias naturales (Spanish Edition)
- Los Tuxtlas : nombres geográficos pipil, náhuatl, taíno y popoluca by Antonio Fco Rodríguez Alvarado
- Lightning gods and feathered serpents the public sculpture of El Tajín by Rex Koontz
- Classic-Period Cultural Currents in Southern and Central Veracruz (Dumbarton Oaks Other Titles in Pre-Columbian Studies) by Philip J. Arnold III
- Further investigations of the Tuxtla script : an inscribed mask and La Mojarra Stela 1 by Sylvia Méluzin
- Veracruz, capital de la nacion (1914-1915) (Spanish Edition) by Berta Ulloa
- Forty miles from the sea : Xalapa, the public sphere, and the Atlantic world in nineteenth-century Mexico by Rachel A. Moore
- Breve historia de Veracruz (Espacios Para La Lectura) (Spanish Edition) by Blázquez Domínguez Carmen
- Xalapa (Veracruz, imagenes de su historia) (Spanish Edition) by Carmen Blazquez Dominquez
- Settlement Archaeology of Cerros de las Mesas, Veracruz, Mexico (Cotsen Monograph) by Barbara L. Stark
- Veracruz y sus viajeros (Spanish Edition) by Bernardo Garcia Diaz
- Between the summit and the sea : Central Veracruz in the nineteenth century by Alfred H Siemens
- Papantla (Veracruz, imagenes de su historia) (Spanish Edition) by Adriana Naveda Chavez-Hita
- Indigenous knowledge and development : livelihoods, health experiences, and medicinal plant knowledge in a Mexican biosphere reserve by Elizabeth Anne Olson
- Historia de Jalapa, siglo XVII (Biblioteca) (Spanish Edition) by Gilberto Bermudez Gorrochotegui
- A journey in Southeastern Mexico by Howard Henry Harper
- Orizaba (Veracruz, imagenes de su historia) (Spanish Edition) by Bernardo Garcia Diaz
- Historia de Veracruz by José Luis Melgarejo Vivanco
- Las culturas indígenas vistas por sus propios creadores : capacitación para el desarrollo cultural indígena by Marina Anguiano
- Veracruz, un tiempo para contar-- by Mirna Benítez
- Estampas de Veracruz-antiguo by José Pérez de León
- Museo de Antropología de Xalapa by Museo de Antropología de Xalapa.
- El Manati: Un espacio sagrado olmeca by Ma. del Carmen Rodriguez M.
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