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Readership: Travelers to Mexico, advanced placement high school students, university students in Mexican, Latin American, and world history courses, popular audience with interest in Mexican history
William H. Beezley, Professor of History, University of Arizona
William H. Beezley is Professor of History at the University of Arizona and co-editor of The Oxford History of Mexico (with Michael Meyers).
1.: Chapter 1: First Cultures and Indigenous Empires
2.: Chapter 2: Conquest and Colony
3.: Chapter 3: Independence and its Challenges, 1810-1844
4.: Chapter 4: Embattled Mexico, 1844-1876
5.: Chapter 5: Progress for Mexico and Some Mexicans, 1876-1911
6.: Chapter 6: Revolution, 1910-1946
7.: Chapter 7: Revolution for Middling Mexicans and its End, 1938-1982
8.: Chapter 8: Contemporary Mexico