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Indigenous Mexican Imprints

A bibliography of The Huntington's pre-1900 Mexican imprints, containing the languages Nahuatl, Otomi, Zapotec, Huastec and Rarámuri (Tarahumara)

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Various authoritative bibliographies covering the press and imprints of colonial Mexico have been digitized. These biographies include works on Indigenous languages.

N.B. Later print editions of these works may exist in some cases.

Bibliotheca mexicana ...
Call number: 87356
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

Bibliografía mexicana del siglo XVI. Primera parte ...
Call number: Z1412 .G25
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

Bibliografía mexicana del siglo XVIII, por el dr. Nicolas León ... Sección primera, 1.-5. pte.
Call number: Z1412 .L4 v. 1-3
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

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Biblioteca Hispano-Americana (1493-1810)
Call number: Z1601 .M48 v. 1-7
Digital version available online through the HathiTrust Digital Library.

La imprenta en México (1539-1821)
Call number: Z210 .M4 v. 1-8
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

Bibliography of printed works in Spanish relating to those portions of the United States which formerly belonged to Mexico
Call number: 618384
Digital version available online through the HathiTrust Digital Library.

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