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Morelos; priest, soldier, statesman of Mexico.

Author: Wilbert H Timmons
Publisher: El Paso, Texas Western College Press, 1963.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"After many years of research and study, Dr. Wilbert H. Timmons has brought to life the era of the Mexican Revolution for Independence and the colorful men who dominated the scene. The central figure, José María Morelos, emerges as an inspired warrior and statesman with final victory almost within his grasp, but destined to suffer, as in a Greek tragedy, the remorse of defeat and death. However, as the author  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
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Timmons, Wilbert H.
Morelos; priest, soldier, statesman of Mexico.
El Paso, Texas Western College Press, 1963
(OCoLC)591695519
Online version:
Timmons, Wilbert H.
Morelos; priest, soldier, statesman of Mexico.
El Paso, Texas Western College Press, 1963
(OCoLC)607715103
Named Person: José María Morelos; José María Morelos
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilbert H Timmons
OCLC Number: 757082
Description: xiii, 184 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: The early years --
The cura of Carácuaro --
Revolutionary beginnings --
Spreading the revolution --
The Rayón movement --
The conquest of the South --
Events in Mexico City --
Morelos' reform program --
The servant of the nation --
Morelos in decline --
The quest for foreign aid --
The last days.
Other Titles: Morelos of Mexico

Abstract:

"After many years of research and study, Dr. Wilbert H. Timmons has brought to life the era of the Mexican Revolution for Independence and the colorful men who dominated the scene. The central figure, José María Morelos, emerges as an inspired warrior and statesman with final victory almost within his grasp, but destined to suffer, as in a Greek tragedy, the remorse of defeat and death. However, as the author shows, the ideas and institutions of Morelos were to survive his execution in the village of San Cristobal Ecatépec. They were destined to become solid pillars in the structure of modern Mexico."--Dust jacket.

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