ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure I.1. Th e Sosa expedition, 1937. 2
Figure I.2. Th e federal forest service installations in Coyoacán,
1937. 15
Figure 1.1. Ajuno- Ario de Rosales Railway, ca. 1910. 37
Figure 1.2. Madera Lumber Company sawmill, ca. 1910. 45
Figure 1.3. Gathering wood to make charcoal, ca. 1896. 47
Figure 2.1. Company housing in “American Town,” ca. 1910. 70
Figure 2.2. Housing in “Mexican Town,” ca. 1910. 71
Figure 2.3. Villistas arrive in Pearson (now Mata Ortiz) in 1913. 72
Figure 3.1. Elementary school students preparing to plant saplings
during Arbor Day celebrations, 1924. 99
Figure 3.2. Logging in the North Western Railway concession,
Chihuahua, 1939. 118
Figure 3.3. Directive Council of the Cusárare ejido and cooperative,
ca. 1948. 124
Figure 4.1. A Rarámuri woman carrying palos (hand- hewn poles),
ca. 1958. 139
Figure 4.2. Ejidatarios from El Vergel building a logging road, March
1951. 148
Figure 4.3. Poster produced by Bosques de Chihuahua, ca. 1956. 154
Figure 4.4. Paricutín Volcano viewed from northeast (Cerro de
Equijuata), March 1944. 157
Figure 5.1. Francisco Plancarte addressing a Rarámuri community,
1954. 178
Figure 5.2. Aerial view of Michoacana de Occidente offi ces, primary
sawmill, and workers’ housing in Dos Aguas, Michoacán,
1966. 191
Figure 5.3. Cartoon from Verdad magazine (Morelia), 1977. 198
Figure 6.1. Work at the Sisoguichi sawmill, ca. 1974. 218
Figure 6.2. Cover of a comic book produced in the early 1970s. 223
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