A decade-long project incurs many debts. We wish to thank the HAHR editors, Matt Childs, and Sarah Franklin for their close reading of this article in its various stages. The National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access, has generously supported this project, as have the College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of History of Florida State University. Without that support, this project would not have been possible. The Guadalajara Census Project is a true collective enterprise of many individuals. We give particular thanks to Mary Cooney, Juan Manuel Franco Franco, Sarah Franklin, Jonathan Grandage, Monica Hardin, Matt and Lindsey Harrington, Travis Hyer, Sherrie Reinhardt, Claudia Patricia Rivas Jiménez, Robert Ryals, Andrea Vicente—hard-working, dedicated, loyal colleagues every one. Jonathan Weber had the arduous task of searching through all HAHR articles since 1988 to determine the “decline and fall” of...
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Making History Count: The Guadalajara Census Project (1791–1930)
Hispanic American Historical Review (2007) 87 (2): 327-352.
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Rodney D. Anderson, Tamara Spike; Making History Count: The Guadalajara Census Project (1791–1930). Hispanic American Historical Review 1 May 2007; 87 (2): 327–352. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00182168-2006-132
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