A Southwestern Utopia: An American Colony in Mexico

A Southwestern Utopia: An American Colony in Mexico

By: Robertson, Thomas A.

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Jacket shows edge wear along top edge and a one-inch tear at the head of the spine. Protected now in a new mylar cover. Story of the 1880s establishment of an American colony in Sinaloa of northwestern Mexico, the inhabitants of which were determined to build a new social, economic, and political Utopia. This book describes the people and the life in the colony, and also describes the Mayo Indian tribes, woods, mountains, animals, and colorful incidents in the history of the area. The author was raised in this colony. The book was originally published in 1947. 266 pages, illustrated with drawings and photos. This edition is revised and enlarged to accommodate renewed interest in the colony upon the completion of the railroad from Texas to Topolobampo.

Title: A Southwestern Utopia: An American Colony in Mexico

Author: Robertson, Thomas A.

Illustrator: Cas Duchow

Categories: Americana,

Edition: Revised and Enlarged Edition

Publisher: Los Angeles, The Ward Ritchie Press: 1964

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 03148

Keywords: SINALOA MEXICO COLONY COLONISTS AMERICAN MAYO YAQUIS INDIAN TRIBES SONORA UTOPIA,