Article and photos on the 20th century Catholic uprising.
Information about the Paul R. Dupee Jr. '65 Mexican History Collection in the John Hay Library, including maps and photos of books.
In 1519 Hernan Cortés sailed from Cuba, landed in Mexico and made his way to the Aztec capital. Miguel Leon Portilla, a Mexican anthropologist, gathered accounts by the Aztecs, some of which were written shortly after the conquest. From the Modern History Sourcebook.
Provides a history of Mexico from ancient times to today.
An online collection of relevant historical texts on Mexico.
Photographs from the Getty Research Institute's collections exploring Mexican history and culture though images produced between 1857 and 1923.
A host of links to information about the people, wars, events, and milestones in Mexican History, including the Aztecs, the Mayans, Pancho Vila, Santa Anna, the Mexican-American War, NAFTA, the Alamo, Cortez, and a timeline of Mexican history.
1753-1811. Catholic Encyclopedia gives a summary of the life of the priest whose "Grito from Dolores" launched the war for independence.
US and Mexican government documents relating to the "dirty war", foreign policy, and the role of the military.
Articles by Peter Rashkin on the Spanish conquest and the Zapatista revolt, with travelogues and photos.