bibliography
archival sources
abr: Archivo de Bernardo Reyes, Fondo DLI, Centro de Estudios de Historia de Méx-
ico, condumex, Mexico City. (The collection is divided in two sections: the copia-
dores, where copies of letters sent to Reyes are noted by ‘‘cop.,’’ followed by the
document number, whereas the second section, which includes letters sent to Reyes,
is referred to with just the document number.)
agc: Texas State Archives. Adjutant General’s Records. General Correspondence.
agn: Archivo General de la Nacion. Hemeroteca. Mexico City.
amr: Archivo de Matías Romero, Banco de México. Microfilm copy at the Benson
Latin American Collection, University of Texas, Austin.
blac: Benson Latin American Collection. University of Texas, Austin.
bn: Hemeroteca del Fondo Reservado. Biblioteca Nacional. Universidad Nacional Au-
tónoma de México. Mexico City.
Bourke Diary: United States Military Academy Library, West Point, New York, John
Gregory Bourke Diary, 1872–1896.
cah: Center for American History. University of Texas, Austin.
Coalson Collection. South Texas Archive. Texas A&M, Kingsville, Texas
cpd: Colección de Porfirio Díaz. Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.
dnl: National Archives, Washington, D.C. General Records of the Department of
State. RG 59. ‘‘Despatches from United States Consular Officials in Nuevo Laredo,
Mexico, 1871–1906.’’ Microcopy no. 280. Roll 2.
Garza Correspondence. Pérez Family Private Collection, Alice, Texas.
grp: National Archives, Washington, D.C. Records of U.S. Army. RG 393. Garza
Revolution Papers.
Hogg Papers: Governor James S. Hogg Papers. Texas State Archives. Austin.
na: National Archives. Washington, D.C.
sre: Archivo Histórico de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de México.
tsa: Texas State Archives, Austin.
uanl: Capilla Alfonsina, Universidad Autónoma ele Nuevo León. Monterrey.
usma: United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.
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