The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

Antonio García Cubas. 1876.

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

Writer and geographer Garcia Cubas identified three primary groups in his brilliantly illustrated, ethnographic account of the Mexican people. Here, he describes the descendants of the Spanish.

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

Plate 1 [Spanish descendants]

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

On mestizos.

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

Plate 2 [Mestizos]

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

On the indigenous Tarasca nation.

Image of The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants

Plate 4 [Tarasca nation]

Metadata Details
Item Type Book
Title The Republic of Mexico in 1876: A Political and Ethnographical Division of the Population, Character, Habits, Costumes and Vocations of Its Inhabitants
Short Title The Republic of Mexico in 1876
Place of Publication Mexico
Publisher "La Enseñanza" Print. Office
Creator Antonio García Cubas
Publication Date 1876
Number of Pages pp. 16, 20, 90, and plates
Call Number H 295 .321
Location General Collections 2nd floor