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Frederick Starr
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 409 pages of information about In Indian Mexico (1908).
Bernal Diaz, 91. bishop—­Merida, 300. blackflies, 343.  Blanco—­Juan, 303, 316. blessing—­a mother’s, 111. bloom—­trees, 340, 364.  Boca del Rio—­rancho, 168. books—­Mixe, 155; —­Mixtec, 141; Zapotec, 165. bowls—­calabash, 353. boxes—­scarce, 370. boy—­work of, 35, 37; —­and iguana, 54. breech-clout, 344. bridge—­covered, 77; —­of vines, 32, 207.  Brinton, 374. bromelias, 22, 27, 126, 154, 199, 207, 219, 232. bruheria, 246, 256, 376. bull met, 214. burning fields, 374, 376. bust-making, 65, 99, 104, 146, 234, 382. de Butrie—­M. and Mme., 235, 236, 237.
cactus, 8, 11, 181, 182, 217, 329; —­pitahaya, 96.  Cahuantzi—­Gov.  Prospero, 85, 94, 193. caimans, 290. cairn, 218. calabashes, 314. caladium, 201, 249. calandria, 334.  Calistro—­Antonio, 61. camalpa, 191. camaron, 276.  Camotlan, 32, 155. camp—­traveller’s, 178.  Campeche, 306, 355; —­banks, 295. canal, 291.  Cancuc, 365, 366, 371, 374; —­outbreak, 374; —­reception, 375; —­music, 376; —­dress, 377.  Candaleria—­Maria, 374. canoes, 275, 289, 360; —­Tarascan, 68; —­travel, 277; —­empty, 292.  Canton—­Gov.  Francisco, 300, 301, 355.  Capacuaro, 78, 80.  Carapan, 104.  Carizal, 342. carnival, 239, 317, 318, 321, 324.  Carrera, 52. carretero, 333, 334, 342, 343; —­camping, 338. carriers, 53, 54. —­small, but devoted, 384,386; —­trouble, 206. carry-frame, 243. carts, 95, 333. cart-road, 45, 48, 139, 342.  Carvajal, 179. cascades, 262. cascarones, 239.  Castle, Dr., 164, 165, 170, 328, 329.  Castolo—­Zapotec boy, 35, 159. cattle, among Juaves, 168; —­loading, 294; driving, 348. cave, near Comitan, 50; —­witch’s, near Atla, 256; —­near Pantepec, 269; near Tekax, 313, 314. cave formations, 315. cave—­hat-makers, 224. celebration—­St. Martin’s eve, 62. cemetery—­visits to, 165.  Cempoalteca—­family, 92. cempoalxochil, 257. cenotes, 297, 316. chacalacca, 334, 343. chacmool, 319. chalcedony, 38, 139. chamara, 366, 367. champurado, 196.  Chamula, 45, 365, 366, 367, 371; —­outbreak, 366, 396. chapapote, 288, 291, 292. chavacanes, 287.  Checheb, 366.  Cheran, 78, 82, 106. chert, 129.  Chiapa, 45, 353, 360, 361, 364; —­lacquer, 45.  Chiapanecs, 361.  Chiapas, 293, 340; —­Indians, 44.  Chicago Record, 405; —­Tribune, 411.  Chicahuastla, 131, 396; —­an afternoon in, 133. chicha, 377.  Chichen-Itza, 318.  Chila, 7, 10.  Chilchota, 98. child—­deserted, 136; —­grateful, 164.  Chilon, 379. chinampas, 395.  Chinantecs, 210; —­land of, 212. chirimiya—­Mitla, 18; —­Los Reyes, 91.  Chochos, 218, 226; hats, 224.  Chols, 380, 389; —­dress, 389; —­laborers, 384; —­type, 389.  Cholula, 108.  Chontals, 173; —­type, 175.  Christmas celebration, 71. church of the thieves, 63. la Cienega, 349. cincalote, 60. circus, 42.  Citala, 378.  Citlaltepec, 277, 279. clays, 128. cleanliness of person, 297. climate—­results, 306. cloud-effects, 196; —­lake, 26; —­cataract, 28. coach—­unreliable, 228, 229; —­well-loaded, 315; —­fictitious, 331.  Coatlan, 34, 157.  Coatzacoalcos, 293, 325, 326, 331, 351, 393. cochero—­troublesome,
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