INDEX
Note: page numbers in italics refer to illustrations; those followed by “n” indicate
endnotes.
Acachuén, Michoacán, 35
Acuitzio- Villa Madero Forest Administra-
tive Unit (uaf), 222– 25
Agahuan, Michoacán, 229– 30
agrarian reform. See land reform
Agrawal, Arun, 9, 278n4, 280n33
Aguilar, Jesús, 87
Aguililla, Michoacán, 190– 91
Aguirre Beltrán, Gonzalo, 7, 174– 75
Ajuno- Ario de Rosales Railway, 37
Alcocer Patiño, Fernando, 144– 45, 147,
289n60
Aldama, Chihuahua, 289n59
Alemán Valdés, Miguel, 129, 130, 137,
145– 46, 170, 171
Alto de Dolores, Chihuahua, 152
American Smelting and Refi ning Company
(asarco), 87– 88, 152
Angáhuan, Michoacán, 158
anthropologists, 74– 75, 169– 70, 181, 236–
37. See also Indigenista Coordinating
Center of the Tarahumara
Appadurai, Arjun, 265n23
Aputzio de Juárez, Michoacán, 90– 91, 92
Aranza, Michoacán, 224– 25
Arbor Day celebrations, 98– 101, 99
archives, 14– 16
Arias, José Antonio, 198
Armendáriz, Gilberto U., 117, 119
Article 27 (1917 constitution), 74, 75– 76,
274n50
asarco (American Smelting and Refi ning
Company), 87– 88, 152
Asociación Rural de Interés Colectivo
(aric), 233
assimilationism, 169, 170
“association in participation” contracts,
216– 17
Atenquique Paper Company, 141– 43
Ávila Camacho, Manuel, 123– 24, 129, 130,
132, 137, 171
avocado groves, 225– 28, 231, 233
ayuntamientos, 51, 270n74
Babícora Development Company, 118,
119
Babícora hacienda, 44
Balsas Commission, 172, 194– 95
Banco de Comercio Mexicano, 145
Banco Nacional de Crédito Agrícola
(bnca), 110– 13
Banco Nacional de Crédito Ejidal (bnce),
120, 130, 144, 147, 161– 62
banditry, 68
Baquiriachic, Chihuahua, 177, 182
Barranca Seca, Michoacán, 194, 195, 199
Batopilas Mining Company, 40– 42, 45– 47
Beattie, H. S., 65
Becerra, Rafael, 48
Beltrán, Enrique, 192, 207, 232, 243, 286n8
Benítez, Fernando, 186
Bennett, Wendell, 49
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