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. Antonio Garcia Cubas.
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

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.

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.

Price: $400.00 Free Domestic Delivery