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The History of Mexico includes the rise and fall of beautiful and great civilizations. As well as the clash and blending of Spanish and indigenous cultures, and a revolutionary war that would change the political face of the country, and renew its cultural identity.

About 3,000 years ago, the Olmecs settled in the region. Over the centuries, empires with an advanced culture developed impressive traditions. In the 16th century, the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan was a flourishing city where royal temples stood amidst floating gardens, crowded markets and sprawling bridges. When the Spanish arrived, they destroyed much of the city, giving rise to what would become today’s Mexico City.

For three centuries, Mexico was part of the Spanish empire until 1810 when it gained its independence. In 1846, the independent land lost nearly half of its territory to the United States. And in the 20th century, revolutionary characters helped shape today’s Mexico.

Our list consists of over 15 books on the History of Mexico in PDF format. All books are in the public domain or have been released for free distribution.

Here we present our complete selection of Mexico History books:

The History of the Conquest of Mexico

William Hickling Prescott

Maya, Aztec, and Inca Civilizations

Core Knowledge Foundation

A brief history of Mexico. The Classic Period to the Present

Steve Maiolo

Pre-Hispanic central Mexican historiography

H. B. Nicholson

The Mexican-American War

Robert E. Lester, James Shields and Meredith Wells

Archaeological Mediations of the Conquest and Constructions of Mexican National Identity

Justin R. Hyland

The Olmec, Maya & Aztec

Thomas County Schools

The Occupation of Mexico May 1846 - July 1848


Aztec Mythology: The Influence of Aztec Mythology on Mexican Culture and History

James W. Salterio Torres

Path dependence in development:Evidence from the Mexican Revolution

Melissa Dell

Mexican California: The Heyday of the Ranchos

California State University, Northridge

The Mexican Revolution

Colorado Springs School District 11

Mexico’s Tradition and Culture Entering the Digital Age: The Mexican Cultural Heritage Repository Project (Article)

José M. Morales-del-Castillo1, Pedro Ángeles Jiménez, and Claudio Molina Salinas

The Aztecs (Article)

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores Gobierno de Mexico

Colonial Mexico (Article)

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores Gobierno de Mexico

Mexico after the Independence (Article)

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores Gobierno de Mexico

Olmec monuments as agents of social memory

Mollenhauer, Jillian Louise

Olmecs: Where the Sidewalk Begins

Jeffrey Benson

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