The purpose of this work is to treat of Mexico as a topographical and political entity, based upon a study of the country from travel and observation.
alues--Fruit culture and values--Forestry and land--Colonisation--American land-sharks-- Conditions of labour--Asiatics--Geographical distribution of products-- The States of the Pacific slope--Sonora--Lower California--Sinaloa-- Tepic--Jalisco--Colima--Michoacan--Guerrero--Oaxaca--Chiapas.
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Central and Atlantic States--Chihuahua and the Rio Grande--Mining, forests, railways--Coahuila and its resources--Nuevo Leon and its conditions--Iron, coal, railways, textile industries--Durango and its great plains and mountain peaks--Aguascalientes--Zacatecas and its mineral wealth--San Luis Potosi and its industries--Guanajuato, Queretaro and Hidalgo, and their diversified resources--Mexico and its mountains and plains--Tlaxcala--Morelos and its sugar-cane industry-- The rich State of Puebla--Tamaulipas, a littoral state--The historic State of Vera Cru