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The Mexican Revolution and the U.S. Border: Research Perspectives

From: Journal of the Southwest
Volume 49, Number 4, Winter 2007
pp. 603-613 | 10.1353/jsw.2007.0006

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Manuel Plana  

Manuel Plana teaches Latin American history and literature of the United States at the University of Florence.

Notes

This article is based on a paper presented on November 17, 2005, at the Sixth International Forum for the Study of the Literary Cultures of the Southwest, University of Arizona, Tucson.

1. Berta Ulloa, La revolución intervenida. Relaciones diplomáticas entre México y Estados Unidos, 1910–1914 (México: El Colegio de México, 1971); Friedrich Katz, The Secret War in Mexico: Europe, the United States and the Mexican Revolution (Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1981).

2. W. Dirk Raat, Revoltosos. Mexico's Rebels in the United States, 1903–1923 (College Station: Texas A&M UP, 1981); Paul V. N. Henderson, Mexican Exiles in the Borderlands, 1910–13 (El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1979); Michael C. Meyer, Mexican Rebel: Pascual Orozco and the Mexican Revolution, 1910–1915 (Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1967); Meyer, Huerta: A Political Portrait (Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1972).

3. Victoria Lerner, “Exiliados de la revolución mexicana: el caso de los villistas (1915–1921),” Mexican Studies 17.1 (Winter 2001): 109–41; Lerner, “Los exiliados de la revolución mexicana en los Estados Unidos,” La comunidad mexicana en los Estados Unidos: Aspectos de su historia, ed. Fernando Saúl Alanís Encido (México: El Colegio de San Luis, 2004), 71–126.

4. Don M. Coerver and Linda B. Hall, Texas and the Mexican Revolution: A Study in State National Border Policy, 1910–1920 (San Antonio: Trinity UP, 1984); Linda B. Hall and Don M. Coerver, Revolution on the Border: The United States and Mexico, 1910–1920 (Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1988).

5. Héctor Aguilar Camín, La frontera nómada: Sonora y la revolución mexicana (México: Siglo XXI, 1977), 306.

6. Douglas W. Richmond, Venustiano Carranza's Nationalist Struggle, 1893–1920 (Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1983), 70–77.

7. Friedrich Katz, The Life and Times of Pancho Villa (Stanford: Stanford UP, 1998), 222–28.

8. Ildefonso Villarello Vélez, Historia de la revolución mexicana en Coahuila (México: INEHRM, 1970), 260–65.

9. Ejército Constitucionalista, Decretos y demás disposiciones del Ejército Constitucionalista, febrero 19 de 1913 a abril 30 de 1914 (Chihuahua: Imprenta del Gobierno, n.d.), 51–52.

10. Ibid., Decreto 14 (Hermosillo, 28 diciembre 1913), pp. 54–56; Decreto 18 (Culiacán, Sin., 12 febrero 1914), pp. 57–58. Compare Berta Ulloa, La encrucijada de 1915. Vol. 5 of Historia de la revolución mexicana. (México: El Colegio de México, 1979), 17. 23 vols.

11. Ricardo Torres Gaytán, Un siglo de devaluaciones del peso mexicano (México: Siglo XXI, 1980), 122–25.

12. Jan Bazant, Historia de la deuda exterior de México (1823–1946) (México: El Colegio de México, 1968), 181–84; Berta Ulloa, “La lucha armada (1911–1920),” Historia General de México. Vol. 4. (México: El Colegio de México), 1976. 72–75, 103. 4 vols. Compare Emilio Zebaldúa, Banqueros y revolucionarios: la soberanía en México, 1914–1929 (México: FCE, 1994).

13. Bazant 178.

14. Diario Oficial, México, VI, 5ª época, 28 junio 1917, n. 49.

15. Carlo de Fornaro, Carranza and Mexico (New York: n.p., 1915), 92.

16. Edwin W. Kemmerer, Inflation and Revolution. México's Experience of 1912–1917 (London: Princeton UP, 1940), 62.

17. Katz, Pancho Villa 420–22.

18. Lorenzo Meyer, México y Estados Unidos en el conflicto petroliero (1917–1942) (México: El Colegio de México, 1968), 34–36: Francisco José Paoli, Yucatán y los orígenes del nuevo Estado mexicano. Gobierno de Salvador Alvarado, 1915–1918 (México: Era, 1984), 87–95.

19. Diario Oficial, México, VI, 5ª época, 28 junio 1917, n. 49.

20. John Mason Hart, Revolutionary Mexico: The Coming and Process of the Mexican Revolution (Berkeley: U of California P, 1987), 284.

21. NARA (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.); Diplomatic Branch, Consular Post Records, Piedras Negras; General Correspondence, 1914, II, W. P. Blocker to the Secretary of State, Annual Report of Commerce and Industries of Cd. Porfirio...



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