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Railroads in Mexico

Francisco Garma Franco

Railroads in Mexico

an illustrated history

by Francisco Garma Franco

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Sundance Publications in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Railroads -- Mexico -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Francisco Garma Franco ; translated from the Spanish by Hector Lara Hernandez and Ben B. Massie ; foreword by Adolfo Villaseñor Macias.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTF28 .G37 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1796101M
      ISBN 100913582395, 0913582018
      LC Control Number89196673

      Promotes interest in railroads and modeling in northern New Mexico. Provides display at the County Fairgrounds, and holiday displays for public viewing. Santa Fe Model Railroad Club websiteAuthor: Scott Denning. Neither the culture nor the economy of Mexico favored the development of railroads, nor was the dry, mountainous country hospitable to the iron horse. The country's first attempt at railroad building began in the mids; 40 years later, less than miles of track were in service.

      The Railroad Commissary Bookshelf $ RBM Railroads In Mexico, V.1 (HB) (new) Hinman Signature, (Sold) RB The Movie Railroads (HB) (book excellent / DJ moderate used condition) Jensen Darwin, $ RB Those Magnificent. Hollywood's Railroads. K likes. The "Hollywood's Railroads" book series gives readers a behind the scenes look at railroads and locomotives used in motion pictures and television shows. Learn.

      Choose the Railroad in U.S. History books. Read the stories of the beginnings of the U.S. Railroads, the pioneers building America's transportation backbone, and more. Perhaps no other industrial technology changed the course of Mexican history in the United States—and Mexico—than did the coming of the railroads. Tens of thousands of Mexicans worked for the railroads in the United States, especially in the Southwest and Midwest. Construction crews soon became railroad workers proper, along with maintenance crews later.


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This is a railroad lover's book. The steel, steam, and dreams of a century of railroading in New Mexico are captured in photographs and a crisp text. From a bygone era of narrow-gauge lines to today's Amtrak service, this book covers both the short lines and the branches /5(10).

Page 69 - It would be useless to try to state the amount of indemnity to which, for the use of the property by the Mexican government, the railroad company will be entitled under the law cited, when the time for settlement comes. The wording of the law itself is somewhat vague.

If no agreement is reached as to the amount of the indemnification, the latter shall be based on the average gross. The Civilizing Machine: A Cultural History of Mexican Railroads, () excerpt; Miller, Richard Ulric.

"American railroad unions and the national railways of Mexico: An exercise in nineteenth‐century proletarian manifest destiny," Labor History () pp: Powell, Fred Wilbur. The Railroads of Mexico () Van Hoy. Railroads in Mexico: An Illustrated History, Volume 2 1st Edition by Francisco Garma Franco (Author) out of 5 stars Railroads in Mexico book ratings.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or 5/5(2). The subsequent history of New Mexico railroads is one of persistent struggle, slow eclipse, and corporate consolidation.

But as this volume reminds us, steel rails, roaring engines, and clattering cars will always be a part of New Mexico's heritage. - from the book jacketAuthor: Scott Denning. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Powell, Fred Wilbur, Railroads of Mexico.

Boston, Stratford, (OCoLC) Material Type. Page 67 - It would be useless to try to state the amount of indemnity to which, for the use of the property by the Mexican government, the railroad company will be entitled under the law cited, when the time for settlement comes.

The wording of the law itself is somewhat vague. If no agreement is reached as to the amount of the indemnification, the latter shall be based on the average gross. Rates of pay and regulations governing employees in train and yard service on the principal railroads of the United States, Canada and Mexico / (Galesburg, Ill.: Brotherhood Steam Print., ), by S.

Wilkinson, W. Sheahan, W. Sheahan, and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (page images at. The railroads of Mexico Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Map mounted on inside of ba. The railroads also skirted a federal ban on employers recruiting foreign labor by using third-party contractors to provide workers from Mexico.

The Santa Fe went so far as to provide stationary and stamps for its workers to write home to encourage friends and family to migrate northward.

Ferrocarril internacional mexicano: El contrato celebrado con el gobierno de Mexico, y las. [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] by Mexican International Railroad Company, Mexico Secretaria de Fomento, Colonizacion, Industria y Comercio and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Three maps on 1 folded leaf in pocket of v.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : The late, Dr. Jeffrey Marcos Garcilazo's book, Traqueros: Mexican Railroad Workers In The United States,details the contributions of Mexican track workers in building railroads across the Midwestern/Western United States.

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