Almada, Fracisco R.

Chihuahua: Sociedad Chihuahuense de Estudios Historicos, 1938. 1st ed. 184 p., photos, tables, bibl., wrps. Fine Paperback History of the Tomochic rebellion in Chihuahua, initiated in defiance of the reforms and modernizations of Porfirio Diaz which disrupted the traditional paradigm of bartering and co-dependence. The Tomochic were also motivate by the desire to see the "Second Coming" of Christ and believed this would establish justice and order. The event serves as an example of the brutality with which Diaz surpressed all those who would challenge him. Signed by the author (Item ID: 164416)


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