By Ramón Arzápalo Marín
A fray Antonio de Ciudad genuine se atribuye esta rica y vasta información rescatada al iniciarse l. a. colonización de Yucatán. Su alta calidad humanista, aunada a sus franciscanas virtudes, fueron determinantes para hacernos herederos de este worthwhile cúmulo de conocimientos sobre el universo maya.
Las diversas entradas léxicas, los abundantes vocablos, así como las frases coloquiales, formales, elegantes y frecuentemente permeadas por l. a. mentalidad moralizadora del misionero nos proporcionan una amplia visión del maya como ente biológico y cultural.
Con ayuda de las ilimitadas posibilidades de los angeles tecnología moderna se ha logrado conjuntar aquí, en forma sistemática y armoniosa, el momento histórico de dos lenguas y dos cosmovisiones diferentes. Es así que este trabajo busca no sólo abrir las puertas a diversos temas de estudio, sino también contribuir a una mejor comprensión de ese pasado que repercute en el presente y condiciona ineludiblemente nuestro futuro.
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Kirst lamented that he had not made the decision to emigrate until his midfifties. ” Ludwig Dilger writing from his home in St. Louis in 1907 could, despite several bruising decades of boom and bust conditions and labor union struggles, still offer an emphatically positive verdict: “America, I love you, no longing for Germany at all. It’s the richest country in the world. S. economic growth. S. dynamism than repeated infusions of fresh labor. A high and increasing savings rate among Americans over the course of the nineteenth century made it possible to meet much of the demand for fresh investment from domestic sources.
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3 million in 1913. It also raised the percentage of foreign born in the total population to just below 15 percent in the decades around the turn of the century (well above the figure of nearly 10 percent in 1997). S. farms, mines, and factories had their origins within Europe—in the movement of people from poorer rural regions to richer, industrializing ones either within the same country or in neighboring Britain and France. As the demand for labor in the United States increased, the network spread across the Atlantic.