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Soldaderas in the Mexican Military: Myth and History

Author: Salas, Elizabeth
Year published: 1990
Publisher: University of Texas Press
City: Austin

PEOPLE MENTIONED :

Panchita Alvarez (pp 30).
Josefa Castelar (pp 32). Footnoted Anna Nieto-GĂłmez, "Women in Mexican History: Cinco de Mayo", Somos, May 1979, p.17.
MarĂ­a de JesĂşs Dosamantes (pp 31). Footnoted, Ricardo Romero Aceves, La mujer en la historia de MĂ©xico, Costa-Amic, Mexico City, 1982, pp.170-172.
Agustina Hidalgo (pp 26). Footnoted John Anthony Caruso, The Liberators of Mexico, p.12.
Ana Iraeta de Mier (pp 26). Footnoted John Anthony Caruso, The Liberators of Mexico, p.12.
MarĂ­a Luisa MartĂ­nez de GarcĂ­a Rojas (pp 27-28.). Footnoted Martha P. Cotera, Diosa y hembra: The History and Heritage of Chicanas in the United States, Information Services Development, Austin, Texas, 1976, p.39.
Antonia Nava de Catalán, "La Generala" (pp 26-27.). Footnoted Carlos Hernández, Mujeres célebres de México, Casa Editorial Lozano, 1918.
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla (pp 26). Footnoted John Anthony Caruso, The Liberators of Mexico, p.12.




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