Paris: Desaint et Saillant .. 1752. First edition. Handsome copy of this curious retelling of Cortez in the... Read More about Le Mexique Conquis
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884. Second edition, revised. HENRY SMITH PRITCHETT'S COPY. HENRY SMITH PRITCHETT'S COPY with his signature, Washington University, St. Louis, 1885 July on endpaper. Pritchett, the eminent American astronomer was at this time the Professor and Observatory Director at Washington University where he remained until..... Read More about Appleton's Guide to Mexico, including a Chapter on Guatemala and an English-Mexican Vocabulary
Washington, D.C: GPO, 1863. First edition. Read More about The Present Condition of Mexico. Message From the President of the United States...Transmitting...
Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Company, 1903. First edition. Read More about From Empire to Republic The Story of the Struggle for Constitutional Government in Mexico
Washington, D.C: GPO, 1866. First edition. Read More about Message from the President, of March 26, 1866, Relating to the Condition of Affairs in Mexico in...
Mexico City: Riveroll's Art Gallery, 1947. First edition, no. 121 of 500. Read More about Mexican Dances. Text and Choreography by: Prof Obregon. Translation by: Dorothy Leadbetter....
Mexico: Tipografia Mexicana, Calle de cadena núm. 3, 1871. Read More about Cartillas de Geografia del Estado de Veracruz dedicada a las Escuelas Municipales
London: Printed for Sherwood, Jones, and Co. Paternoster-Row, 1824. First edition. Read More about The History of Mexico From the Spanish Conquest of the Present Era
Boston: Bela Marsh, 24 Cornhill, 1848. Second edition, with additions and corrections. The first edition, published by the Anti-Slavery Office, Boston in 1847 was entitled "Facts for the People. Read More about A History of the Mexican War, or Facts for People, showing the Relation of the United States to...
New York: Paine & Burgess. New Orleans: B.M. Norman, 1845. First edition. Read More about Rambles by Land and Water, or Notes of Travel in Cuba and Mexico; Including a Canoe Voyage up the...
New York: J. & H. G. Langley, 57 Chartham Street, 1843. Second edition. Read More about Rambles in Yucatan. Notes of Travel through the Peninsula Including a Visit to the Remarkable...
Cincinnati: Elm Street Printing Co., 176 & 178 Elm Street, 1871. Second edition. Read More about Five Years in Texas or What You Did Not Hear During the War From January 1861 to January 1866 A...
Concord, N.H: William White. Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey, 1836. Second (and best) edition. Written on the eve of the Texas Revolution, Parker's account of his travels there is greatly valued as of the earliest accounts of Texas written in English. The son of a prominent New Hampshire Senator, Parker was..... Read More about Trip to the West and Texas. Comprising a Journey of Eight Thousand Miles, through New-York,...
Mexico: 1894. From the office of Porfirio Diaz, leader of the successful rebellion against French Intervention and President of Mexico from 1876 to 1911. A controversial political figure, some historians consider Diaz to have been a dictator.Deed of transfer of the mining rights of Eusebio Mantiel, in the “El Oro”..... Read More about Partly Printed Document, signed (“Porfirio Diaz” wth a flourish), Patent for “El Oro”...
Mexico: 1906. From the office of Porfirio Diaz, leader of the successful rebellion against French Intervention and the President of Mexico from 1876 to 1911. A controversial political figure, some historians consider Diaz to have been a dictator.Document granting a four-hectare mining concession in Oaxaca state to Frank Waterhouse. Read More about Partly Printed Document, signed (“Porfirio Diaz” wth a flourish), Patent for “La Paloma”...
London: Richard Bentley, 1868. First edition. Read More about My Diary in Mexico in 1867, including the Last Days of the Emperor Maximilian; with Leaves from...
Washington, D.C: Buell & Blanchard, 1853. Read More about Relations with Mexico, and The Continental Railroad. Speech of William H. Seward...February 8, 1853
City of Mexico: Sonora News Company. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1909. First Edition. Read More about Terry's Mexico
Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1902. Clark, John. First edition. Important: John Clark's large lithographic folding map of the Texas Panhandle area is first issued here. Read More about The North-West Boundary of Texas, U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin No. 194. Department of the...
London: Logman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861. First edition. Read More about Anahuac: or Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern
New York: Robert M. McBride, . Second printing. INSCRIBED. Inscribed "Cheerio Obon Ben Adhem sometimes known as Don Rockwell from his old friend Carveth Wells (elephant below)." Read More about Panamexico!