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Atlas Ilustrado de Los Pueblos de Indios Nueva Espana 1800


Atlas illustrated of the towns of Indians of the New Spain, 1800 Dorothy Tanck de Estrada Historical Training center the School of Mexico Jose Antonio Alvarez Lobato Laboratory of Análisis Partner-Space (LANSE) the Mexiquense School, Zinacantepec, State of Mexico Jorge Luis Miranda Laboratory of Análisis Partner-Space (LANSE) the Mexiquense School, Zinacantepec, State of Mexico Summary After to have found in several archives the names of the towns of Indians who existed in the New Spain in 1800, was decided to develop maps to unfold the location of the 4.468 towns, according to its latitude, length and altitude. This article explains the way to develop the maps, using programs of the National Institute of Statistic, Geography and Informática (INEGI) of Mexico. The process and the problems found in the project, as well as the cartography are reviewed that was developed for the illustrated Atlas of the towns of Indians of the New Spain, 1800. Key words towns of Indians, Mexico 1800, historical geography, maps Abstract Alter having discovered in various you file the names of the towns of Indians which existed in New Spain in 1800, it was judged important to project on maps the location of each of these 4.468 towns, according to to their latitude, longitude and altitude. This article explains to manner in which the maps were made, using programs from Mexico's National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Informatics (INEGI). The process and problems encountered in the project plows discussed, ace well for ace the cartography developed the illustrated Atlas of the towns of Indians of the New Spain, 1800. Keywords Indian towns, Mexico 1800, historical geography, mapping
Creator: 
Tanck de Estrada
Date of creation: 
1800
Temporal extent: 
2005
Publisher: 
El Colegio Mexiquense
Place of publication: 
Mexico
Data type: 
Require permission to use?: 
None
Require acknowledgement to use?: 
None
Medium: 
CD-ROM [282]
Library call number: 
G1546 .S3 T36 2005
Geography: 
Format: 
EXCEL SPREADSHEET
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