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The Lure of Mexico By Salena Brown
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Set in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, two young adventuresome American couples united by kinship move to a remote sugar hacienda in southern Mexico lured by cheap land, leisure and the... More > prospect of untold wealth. In addition to family discord, fate throws them more than one cruel twist; a locust plague, immovable squatters, malaria and the ever-encroaching factions of war. The plot thickens when the family leader, Jerome Mahoney, abandons his family in their dangerous surroundings by contacting and selling guns to the very revolutionary factions that threaten their lives. The family must decide to wait for his return or escape the tyranny without him. This fictionalized story is based on one hundred letters sent home to the family matriarch in Haverhill, Massachusetts where they were saved and passed down to the next generation of readers. Once the letters divulged the lure of Mexico from the yellowed envelopes with broken seals, the story begged to be told.< Less
to MEXICO and back By Milos Subotincic
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A thought-provoking journal of a 22,000 km journey through the U.S.A. and Mexico. Although using his own vehicle (not a wise choice) Milos is an experienced backpacker. Captivated with archaeology... More > and history of this great continent, his desire is not just to see but also to touch and smell it. Follow Milos, a 78-year-old kid at heart, through these 240 pages and 150 photos and you won’t be disappointed.< Less
to MEXICO and back By Milos Subotincic
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A thought-provoking journal of a 22,000 km journey through the U.S.A. and Mexico. Although using his own vehicle (not a wise choice) Milos is an experienced backpacker. Captivated with archaeology... More > and history of this great continent, his desire is not just to see but also to touch and smell it. Follow Milos, a 78-year-old kid at heart, through these 240 pages and 150 photos and you won’t be disappointed.< Less
Mission to Mexico By Wes Allen
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Mission to Mexico is an account of three young men on a mission to deliver dozens of boxes of clothes to the Mexican poor people in Huizache, which is in the state of San Luis Potosi, in Mexico. ... More > This mission event took place in January of 1983, and was backed by both Meadowbrook and Richland Hills Churches of Christ. It is a story of troubles and joys encountered in an effort to do a good deed. It is a wonderful example of God's everyday work in the lives of His people. These three young men experienced the smile of God. Read about it!< Less
Unknown Mexico By Raisa Stennett
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sheet of water the river forms near the town of Opoto, as it slowly wends its way through green shrubs. It is the largest river of the west coast of Mexico and is here about 1,400 feet above the... More > level of the sea. Following the river to the south, we soon passed the towns of Guasavas and Granados. The vegetation along< Less
In Indian Mexico By Aubrey Barberio
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the waist, being held in place by a brightly colored belt or girdle. The enagua is usually a rich red, but it is sometimes a fine violet purple. It reaches but little below the knees. It generally... More > fails to meet the huipilili above, so that a broader or narrower band of fine, dark brown separates the two garments. Nothing is worn on the feet, which are exposed, as are also the finely shaped and beautifully developed arms. But the most< Less
Mexico Vacation Handbook: The Mexico Travel Guide By Jerry Lester
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There aren't many cities in the entire world that are larger than Mexico City, Mexico. Nicknamed, the City of Palaces and with a population of about 20 million, Mexico City is a huge, cosmopolitan... More > city that sprawls over almost 3,700 square miles. It is located in a valley on top of a high plateau at about 7,350 feet above sea level. The place where the city rests was once Lake Texcoco. It seems to be a city of extremes and a dynamic place to visit. Most vacationers to Mexico City will be fascinated with the history of the city itself and of the circumstances in which it came to be. The Aztecs founded Mexico City in the year 1325 on a small island in the middle of Lake Texcoco. In order for it to continue to grow, the small island had to be enlarged artificially. The city came under siege by the Spaniards 200 years later and was almost completely destroyed. The Spaniards then rebuilt the city according to their designs, which is mostly what you see today in the old section of the town. GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
Welcome to Mexico : The Other Mexico: Home Of The "Infamous" Pintos By Robt Eastman
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The Book "Welcome To Mexico - The Other Mexico" is far more than an autobiography. Growing up in Maine and living beside the beautiful Androscoggin river, the story paints a picture of life... More > in the fifties. This unique collection of short stories heralds the life and times of a young naive kid that loved science and wasn't afraid to push the envelope. His homespun experiments would occasionally go terribly wrong but learning about science and the rhythm of life made it all worthwhile. This lighthearted 144-page autobiography documents his whimsical journey into adulthood. The continuing theme throughout the book hints that the following is true "You really can go home again" but you must read slowly.< Less
Mexico: A Country Profile By Library of Congress & Federal Research Division
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Capital: Mexico City (Ciudad de México), located in the Federal District (Distrito Federal) with a population estimated at 8.8 million in 2008. Major Cities: The Greater Mexico City... More > metropolitan area encompasses Mexico City and several adjacent suburbs, including the populous cities of Ecatepec de Morelos (1.8 million residents in 2005) and Netzahualcóyotl (1.2 million). The total population of the Greater Mexico City metropolitan area is estimated at about 16 million. Other major cities include Guadalajara (1.6 million), Puebla (1.3 million), Ciudad Juárez (1.2 million), Tijuana (1.1 million), and Monterrey (1.1 million). Independence: September 16, 1810 (from Spain). Public Holidays: New Year’s Day (January 1); Constitution Day (February 5); Birthday of Benito Juárez (March 21); International Labor Day (May 1); Independence Day (September 16); Discovery of America (October 12); Anniversary of the Revolution (November 20); Christmas (December 25); and New Year’s Eve (December 31).< Less
Mexico Investment and Business Guide By Int'l Business Publications USA
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Mexico Investment and Business Guide

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