The Republic of Mexico in 1876. A Political and Enthnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of its Inhabitants. Translated into English by George F. Henderson.

Mexico: "La Ensenanza" Printing Office, 1876.

Price: $400.00


About the item

With 8 lithographs, colored by hand, double-page map of Mexico, and 4 leaves with musical scores, printed on recto and verso. 130, [12] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original yellow printed wrappers. Spine slightly chipped; minor soiling to wrappers. Very faint offsetting and minor scattered foxing, but generally quite clean internally. Near fine. Untrimmed and unopened. In a tan half morocco and cloth folder, spine gilt. Palau 65704.

Item #248248

An English translation of this account of Mexico's political structure, history, ethnography, agriculture, commerce, and mining.  With unusual full-page color plates, depicting local costume. The map shows the ethnographic makeup of Mexico

The lithography was done by V. DeBray y Co. The 8 color costume plates represent early color lithography for Mexico. Scarce.