CARTOGRAPHIC MEXICO: A HISTORY OF STATE FIXATIONS AND FUGITIVE LANDSCAPES. Raymond B. Craib.

CARTOGRAPHIC MEXICO: A HISTORY OF STATE FIXATIONS AND FUGITIVE LANDSCAPES.

(Mexico).
  • Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2004.
  • 8vo
  • paperback
  • 300 pages

Price: $20.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 135779

Numerous black and white illustrations. In Cartographic Mexico, Raymond B. Craib analyzes the powerful role cartographic routines such as exploration, surveying, and mapmaking played in the creation of the modern Mexican state in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries "(editorial note). Fine condition. From the private reference library of Dorothy Sloan with a commemorative bookplate loosely inserted.