Illustrations
1 A metaphysical Mexico: Antonio Garcıa ´ Cubas, Carta general de la
Republica ´ Mexicana, 1858, 30
2 The primordial landscape: Detail from Garcıa ´ Cubas, Carta general, 35
3 The chronotopic landscape: Detail from Garcıa ´ Cubas, Carta
general, 39
4 Fugitive landscapes: Anonymous map of Tonayan, ´ 72
5 A fractured land: Martin Holzinger, Plano de la division ´ de los terrenos
del pueblo de Acultzingo, 1872, 92
6 The iconographic landscape: Anonymous copy of 1559 map of
Acultzingo, 1895, 118
7 Fractions: Comision
´
Geografico-Exploradora,
´
Registro de fracciona-
miento para las cartas de la Republica, ´ 1877, 131
8 A staked claim: Agustın ´ Dıaz, ´ Croquis de la situacion
´
de las minas,
1888, 139
9 The itinerario limpio: Luis G. Palacios, Itinerario de Miahuatlan ´ a
Tlacolulam, 1885, 142
10 The surveyor in place: Anonymous engraving, view of Ciudad
Teziuhtlan, 1885, 155
11 Situated knowledge and political power: Francisco Canovas ´ y Pasquel,
cge surveyor and prefect of Misantla, 1905, 158
12 Marriage of Francisco Canovas ´ y Pasquel and Esther Bouchez y
Echeagaray, 1898, 160
13 Dividing lands: cge surveyor Francisco Canovas ´ y Pasquel surveying
in Papantla, 1896, 170
14 Allthe documents in their power: Anonymous copy of undated map of
La Soledad, Veracruz, 1895, 178
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