Illustrations
map 1. Political map of Nicaragua (1920s) xvi
map 2. Major U.S. interventions in the Caribbean Basin,
1898–1930s 4
map 3. Transit route, 1849–68 20
map 4. Topographic map of Granada 165
map 5. Sandino’s base of operations and major Sandinista raids,
1927–33 234
figures
1. Nicaraguan workers on U.S. canal survey expedition, 1884 48
2. Elite residence in Granada 55
3. San Antonio sugar mill, 1910 58
4. U.S. teachers at Granada’s Young Ladies College, 1884 60
5. Students of Young Ladies College, 1884 60
6. Interior of elite household in Granada, 1884 61
7. General Luis Mena, 1911 83
8. Anti-U.S. revolutionaries marching in León, 1912 104
9. U.S. Admiral Southerland en route to Managua, 1912 115
10. President Emiliano Chamorro, ca. 1926 140
11. Female combatants in the civil war of 1926–27 142
12. Rural transport conditions, ca. 1927 156
13. ‘‘Modern’’ women, 1927 186
14. Female basketball players, ca. 1927 191
15. President Adolfo Díaz and Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Zelaya,
ca. 1927 196
16. Cantonal electoral board in rural Nicaragua, 1928 209
17. Transporting ballot boxes to Managua, 1928 213
18. U.S. military distributing milk and smallpox vaccine, 1931 217
19. Typical Guardia Nacional infantry company, 1931 219
20. Captured Sandinista flag 233
21. General Sandino, Agustín Farabundo Martí, and José de Paredes, 1929 237
22. Sandinista soldiers in the Segovian mountains 241
23. Sandino and the signers of the 1933 peace treaty 247
24. Gabry Rivas, Adolfo Benard Vivas, and Julio Cardenal Argüello, 1928 251
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