Index
Italicized page numbers refer to figures in the text.
Acayucan, ´ 107, 222, 229
Actopan, canyon of, 55
Actopan River, 156
Acultzingo, 84; land divisions in,
91, 92, 93–94, 102, 105, 107, 113,
117–119, 124–126, 167; postrevo-
lutionary land reform in, 233–235,
239–240, 243–244, 247, 252–253;
primordial titles of, 118, 178–79
Agrarian Reform Law (1915), 220–
221;villagers’ understanding of,
243–245
Agrarismo, 248–250
Aguilar, Candido, ´ 222, 228, 236
Aguirre, Othon, 233–234
Alcolea, Isabella, 190
Alcolea, Leandro, 190
Alonso, Ana Marıa, ´ 243
Alvarado, Julio, 133, 137, 144–145,
150, 171–174, 180–182, 186–187
Alvarez, Jose, ´ 227–229
Anna, Timothy, 51
Archaeology, function of, in Garcıa ´
Cubas’s Carta general, 34–39
Archivo General de la Nacion ´
(National Archive), 60n, 64,
71, 73, 153, 250
Arronız, ´ Joaquın, ´ 177
Art, and cartography, 34–42, 185–187
Article 27, 256–257
Assennato, Victor, 106–107, 109n
Atlas geografico, ´ estadıstico ´ e historico ´ de
la Republica ´ Mexicana (A. Garcıa´
Cubas), 29, 31
Atlas pintoresco e historico ´ de losEstados
Unidos de Mexico
´
(A. Garcıa´
Cubas), 182
Aviles, Ismael, 229–230
Ayahualulco, 58, 63, 113–114, 171n
Bachelard, Gaston, 115
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 40–41
Borders. See Boundaries
Bouchez y Echeagaray, Esther, 159,
160
Boundaries: and agrarian practice,
60–64; ambiguities of, 58–90,
176–181;delineation of, 64n, 73–
77, 82, 84–85, 177–179, 244, 249;
descriptions of, 73–81, 86; federal
desire for fixed, 1, 56–90, 149;
municipal, 57, 68, 78, 163, 176,
248–249, 252; national, 24–27;
property, 146, 172, 176;state,
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