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279 index } agrarian reform, 168, 186–87 Aguilar, Antonio, 28 alcoholism, 170, 188, 189 Alvarado, Salvador, 14, 163, 241n9; background of, 166; henequen hacendados attacked by, 164, 165, 166–67; public health measures by, 161, 165, 169–71, 176; socialist reforms by, 165, 166–68 Ancona de Castillo, Eligio, 91, 100 Anderson, Benedict, 73 Anderson, Warwick, 20, 191 animals, 202; free-roaming, 59, 144–45, 146, 148, 149, 219n2; in slaughterhouses, 146–48; urban control of, 88, 148–49, 237n71; veterinary medicine and, 149 Arceo Zumárraga, Eduardo, 157 Avila y Valdós, Eleuterio, 163 Bacalar, 25 Badillo, Pedro, 108 Baldwin, Peter, 120, 127 Balmis, Francisco Xavier de, 34–35, 56, 214n57 Baqueiro, Serapio, 100, 209n56 Barbachano y Terrazo, Miguel, 38, 106, 107, 109; background of, 8–9; and public health, 95–96, 101, 128 Barbarous Mexico (Turner), 13, 166, 241n15; on henequen hacienda conditions, 12, 132, 139; on Yaqui deportations, 153, 238–39n102 Barret, Domingo, 9 Baz, Juan J., 87 Bazant, Jan, 74 Belize. See British Honduras beriberi, 155, 239n113 Bernard, Claude, 120 Birn, Anne-Emanuelle, 244n63 Boletín de Higiene, 150 Brading, D. A., 72 Bravo, Ignacio, 11, 152 Brazil, 43 Britain, 43, 63 British Honduras, 10, 17, 89, 90, 122; as refuge during Caste War, 98–99, 152, 160 Bucareli Treaty, 244n61 burial practices and procedures, 58, 225n106; African American, 225n106; burial fees, 74, 88–89, 91, 92; of Catholic Church, 61, 63, 70–71, 72, 87, 145; church-state conflicts over, index 280 61–62, 80–81, 83, 90–91, 93, 220n23; death certificates, 87–88, 225n103; former church monopoly on, 73, 74; Maya, 61, 76, 81–83; processions and vigils, 61, 72, 76, 86, 88; quarantine of diseased corpses, 66–67, 76, 88; rapid burial of cholera victims, 61, 86, 89; in Spanish colonial tradition, 70–72; state regulation of, 9–10, 66–67, 68, 71, 75–76, 83–93, 145–46; use of prisoners in, 90. See also cemeteries Cabot, Dr., 193 Cacalchén, 67–70, 220n24, 221n28 Cadenas, José, 36 Caffrey, Rosa, 155 Calderón, Felipe, 203 Calles, Plutarco, 4 Calotumal, 179–80 Campeche, 25–26, 37, 124; cholera in, 79, 89; as independent state, 9, 26; as port, 8, 17, 25, 26; rivalry with Mérida, 8, 9, 22, 25, 97–98 Campos, Estebán, 86, 87 Campos, Manuel, 21–22, 210–11n3 Campos, Simón, 121 Cannon, Aubrey, 82 Cano, José Concepcion, 145–46 Canto, Teodosio, 133 Cantón, Felipe G., 139 Cantón, Francisco, 152 Cantón, Olegario G., 150 Cantón, Rodolfo G., 150 Cantón, Waldemaro, 150 Canú, Dr., 116 Canuto Vela, José, 75, 105 Caribbean, 17; Yucatán’s relationship to, 15–16, 17, 24, 109–10, 208n42 Carlos III, King, 71 Carmen, Villa del, 78–79, 223n76 Carranza, Venustiano, 4, 13, 167, 178, 241n1; and IHB, 172, 173–74; and transformation of Yucatán, 14, 163–64, 166 Carrillo Puerto, Felipe, 167; assassination of, 3, 14, 186, 189; and Rockefeller Foundation, 165, 176; and socialist leagues and party, 181, 186, 241–42n18 Carrillo Sauste, Fabian, 49–50 Carrillo y Ancona, Crescencio, 15, 75 Cartwright, Samuel A., 123 Casares Martínez de Arredondo, Fernando, 150, 159 Caste War: atrocities in, 97; beginning and ending of, 3, 9, 135, 159, 160; causes of, 19, 100, 227n20; church role in negotiations over, 75, 78; elites and, 10, 18, 100, 151–52; as impediment to foreign investment, 151–52; Maya and, 10, 11, 34, 82, 99–100, 109; monetary cost of, 23, 109; as peasant rebellion, 99; poor quality of troops in, 106; population depletion caused by, 51, 100, 142; refugees from, 93, 98–99, 100–101, 152–60; social costs of, 107–8, 109; and spread of cholera, 9, 11, 98; as war to defend capitalism, 136 Caste War of Yucatán, The (Reed), 19, 209n56 Castillo Peraza, Joaquín, 116 Castillo Torres, Miguel, 181, 182 Catherwood, Frederick, 231n96 Catholic Church: burial rites and traditions, 61, 63, 70–71, 72, 87, 145; in Caste War negotiations, 75, 78; conflicts with Liberal state, 10, 50, 58, 61–62, 63, 64, 67, 72–77, 87, 91–92, 94, 96, 192; critical role in Yucatán of, 77, 93–94, 105; financial woes of, 88–89; as health care giver, 58, 94, 131; last rites of, 96, 105; and Maya, 18, 62, 75, 93–94; orphanages run by, 108–9; PAN and, 204; priests as epidemic victims, 77, 105, 223n71; state regulation of burials by, 61–62, 80–81, 83, 90–91...

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9780826348999
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