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Mexico and her people of to-day

Nevin O. Winter

Mexico and her people of to-day

an account of the customs, characteristics, amusements, history and advancement ofthe Mexicans, and the development and resources of their country

by Nevin O. Winter

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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Nevin O. Winter.
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This fact and the developments of the past few years leads the author to believe that there is a field for another book on that most interesting country. Get this from a library. Mexico and her people of to-day: an account of the customs, characteristics, amusements, history and advancement of the Mexicans, and the development and resources of their country.

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