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August 2004

"The Mystical Manatee"

July 2004

"The Man Who Bought a City"

June 2004

"The Enduring Huichol"

May 2004

"The Princess and the Priest"

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March 2004

"World’s Largest Woodpecker"

February 2004

"Carnaval in Mexico!"

January 2004

"Women at War"

December 2003

"A Gift From Nature"

November 2003

"A Peasant Ponders on Life and Death"

October 2003

"The Women of Mexico"

September 2003

"Children For a Cleaner World"

August 2003

"Iturbide—The Aristocrat Who Made Richer the Poor of Mexico"

July 2003

"Mexico’s Mountain of Flame"

June 2003

—Captain From Castile"

May 2003

"The Mexican Bobcat
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April 2003

"The Madonna and the Serpent"

March 2003

"The Mexican Governor
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February 2003

"Monarchs of Michoacan"

January 2003

"A Miracle in Mexico"

December 2002

"A Miracle in Mexico"

November 2002

"LIBERAL LION: The Extraordinary Career
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October 2002

"The Purepecha Empire -Paradise Lost"

September 2002

"Mexico's National Bird"

August 2002

"Hernan Cortez - The Caesar of Mexico"

July 2002

"Lake Chapala - An Apocalyptic Vision"

June 2002

"The Mexican Unsung Heroes of WWII"

May 2002

"The Devil And Don Vasco"

April 2002

"Where The Hummingbirds Were"

March 2002

"A Virginal Look At Lakeside"

February 2002

"Who Actually Discovered The New World?"

January 2002

"A Tale Of Two Rebels"

December 2001

"The Idols Of San Juan Cosala. A Christmas Story"

November 2001

"The Anti-Clerical Who Led a Catholic Rebellion"


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