Adrian Baumann
East Whittier Middle School

Bibliography

PRIMARY SOURCES

Patricia Fernández Baumann, language acquisition specialist ,Native of Mexico City, Whittier California January, 14 1997.

This person gave me insight as to Mexico today.

SECONDARY SOURCES

Verrill, Hyatt a. Great Conquers of south and Central America. New York: D. Appleton and company,1920.

This book gave some primary source accounts from the Spanish point of view. Also it gave many accounts of the battles.

Hobart Lois. Mexican Mural. New York: Harcourt, Brace World Inc., 1963.

This book describes the Aztecs before the Spanish arrived.

"The Aztecs," World book Encyclopedia, 1994, Vol. 1

This gave me a base from which to start.

Steven F. Booth, The Aztecs: A Tradition of Religious Human Sacrifice, Http://www2.hmc.edu/
~sbooth/aztecpaper.htmlx. December 2, 1994.

From this source I was able to gather a large amount of information on Aztec human sacrifice.

MacDonald, Fiona. The Ancient Aztecs. London: Quarto Children's Ltd., 1996.

This book described the Aztecs over all and helped me in there every day life.

Paz, Octavio. The Labyrinth of Solitude Life and Thought in Mexico. New York: Cuadernos Americanos, 1950.

This book was very informative as to the mixture of the Spanish and Aztec culture.

Bleeker, Sonia. The Aztec Indians of Mexico. Toronto: George J. Mcleod, 1968.

This book provided a Thor account of every day Aztec life and of Aztec religion.

Johnson, William. Captain Cortés Conquers Mexico. New York: Random House, 1960.

This was an account of the conquest of the Aztecs from the point of view of the Spanish party led by Spanish captain Cortés.

Townsend, Richard F. The Aztec. London: Thames and Hudson, 1992.

This book provided dates and an in depth look at the Aztec civilization.

"Legacy", Michael Wood, London, England.

This gave back round information and helped me to identify my points more clearly.

Templo Mayor, http://udgftp.cencar.udg.mx/Precolombina/Azteca/templo.html, Febuary, 2, 1997.

I borrowed a graphic from this page.

Huitzilopochtli, http://www.windows.umich.edu/mythology/huitzilopochtli_sun.h
tml, Febuary, 2, 1997.

I borrowed a graphic from this page.

Museo National de Antropología en la Ciudad de México, http://www.cem.items
.mx/dacs/editor/434223/postcla.html, Febuary, 2, 1997.

I borrowed a graphic from this page.

The Aztec, http://www.localaccess.com/chappell/aztec.htm, Febuary, 2, 1997.

I borrowed a graphic from this page.

This page is dedicated to Native American Art and Culture, http://www2.hmc.
edu/~sbooth/grafx/native/knife.gif, Febuary, 2, 1997.


I borrowed a graphic from this page.

National geographic,http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngs/mags/ng_online/n
g_aug96/mexico/daily/images/12clickup1.jpg, Febuary, 2, 1997.

I bowrowed a graphic from this page.


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