Mexico: Rich in Spirit and Tradition
This series presents diverse countries of the world and their peoples. Each volume examines the country's history and geography but also features the kinds of people who comprise the nation, their language, religions, class structures and both rural and city life-styles. School life, recreation and sports as well as arts and cultures are featured, making this a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment.
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Map of Mexico Frontispiece
FAMILY LIFE FESTIVALS AND FOOD
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