Un gobierno de indios: Tlaxcala, 1519-1750

July 2008
Signos Históricos;jul-dic2008, Issue 20, p234
Book Review
The book "Un gobierno de indios: Tlaxcala, 1519-1750" by Andrea Martínez Baracs is reviewed.


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