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adult agricultural Aztec baby baptism barrio become boys braceros bread caciques cattle celebration centavos changes charcoal child church ciruela clothing colonial communal lands compadres Conquest corn Cuernavaca cultivation curanderos daughters death dress drink economic group ejido families father fear fields fiestas girls godparents haciendas harvest hoe culture household housesite husband important income increase Indian labor landless less live marriage married mayordomo Mexico City midwife Morelos mother mother-in-law municipio Nahuatl neighboring novios occupations older organization oxen parents patrilocal residence peasants percent period pesos petate play plaza plow culture political poor population pre-Hispanic priest pulque punishment relationship relatively religious Revolution role saint sexual siblings sleep social Spanish status steel plow surrounding villages Tarascan tend Tepozte Tepoztecans Tepozteco Tepoztlan tlacolol tlacololeros tortillas traditional usually village village-wide wealth wife wives women Yautepec young younger