Bulwarks of Patriotic Liberalism: the National Guard, Philharmonic Corps and Patriotic Juntas in Mexico, 1847–88

@article{Thomson1990BulwarksOP,
  title={Bulwarks of Patriotic Liberalism: the National Guard, Philharmonic Corps and Patriotic Juntas in Mexico, 1847–88},
  author={G. Thomson},
  journal={Journal of Latin American Studies},
  year={1990},
  volume={22},
  pages={31-68}
}
  • G. Thomson
  • Published 1990
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
In the archive of the now disbanded jefatura politica of Tetela de Ocampo is an account of the funeral ceremony of the Puebla State deputy and school teacher, Ciudadano Miguel Mendez, only son of General Juan Nepomuceno Mendez, caudillo maximo of the State of Puebla between 1857 and 1884. The Velada Funebre was held in 1888 in the cabecera of Xochiapulco (alias ‘La Villa del Cinco de Mayo’), a municipio of nahuatl speakers on the southern edge of Mexico's Sierra Madre Oriental, adjoining the… Expand

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