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  • david vázquez salguero
    None. It is about salt for making silver during the spaniard colony and independence period at northern mexico ________________________________ De: Clarence
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 12, 2008
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      None. It is about salt for making silver during the spaniard colony and independence period at northern mexico


      De: Clarence Grim <lowerbp2@...>
      Para: "commonsalt@yahoogroups.com" <commonsalt@yahoogroups.com>
      Enviado: sábado, 11 de octubre, 2008 8:44:07
      Asunto: Re: New Book: Traces of salt

      Does it discuss the inca Mayan or aztec
      Trade?

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      CE Grim MS MD
      Specializing in Difficult Hypertension
      Senior Consultant to Shared Care Research and Education Comsulting Inc

      On Oct 4, 2008, at 10:03 PM, david vázquez salguero <davidevs@yahoo. com> wrote:


      Hello: I am pleased to share with you the publication of my book Traces of salt.

       

      Traces of salt explores the presence of Las Salinas del Peñon Blanco (salt works) in the plateau of San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas (Mexico), while aware of the importance that it had the salt industry in north central Mexico and its relationship with mining, through a broad portfolio photo and a story that, in general, explains the evolution of the salt company, whose activities have been developed since the sixteenth century until the end of the twentieth century. This testimony supports the visual assessment of the historical, cultural and landscape, which together account for the traces left by the exploitation of salt and geographical environment in which it took place.

       

      By: David Vazquez

      Published with support from the State Fund for Culture and the Arts in San Luis Potosi , Mexico .

       

      Index

      The traces of salt

      The Salinas of Salinas del Peñon Blanco, its presence and importance

      The system of factories to obtain salt

      The lagoons in the interior in the past and present

      Vivify traces of salt

      Bibliography

      Photographic Testimony

      Acknowledgments

       

      It includes maps and color photos






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    • Clarence Grim
      Do you know anything about the prespanish Salt trade Salt must have been crucial for survival Even before Columbus? Sent from my iPhone CE Grim MS MD
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 12, 2008
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        Do you know anything about the prespanish
        Salt trade
        Salt must have been crucial for survival
        Even before
        Columbus?

        Sent from my iPhone

        CE Grim MS MD
        Specializing in Difficult Hypertension
        Senior Consultant to Shared Care Research and Education Comsulting Inc

        On Oct 12, 2008, at 1:48 PM, david vázquez salguero <davidevs@...> wrote:

        None. It is about salt for making silver during the spaniard colony and independence period at northern mexico


        De: Clarence Grim <lowerbp2@aol. com>
        Para: "commonsalt@ yahoogroups. com" <commonsalt@yahoogro ups.com>
        Enviado: sábado, 11 de octubre, 2008 8:44:07
        Asunto: Re: New Book: Traces of salt

        Does it discuss the inca Mayan or aztec
        Trade?

        Sent from my iPhone

        CE Grim MS MD
        Specializing in Difficult Hypertension
        Senior Consultant to Shared Care Research and Education Comsulting Inc

        On Oct 4, 2008, at 10:03 PM, david vázquez salguero <davidevs@yahoo. com> wrote:


        Hello: I am pleased to share with you the publication of my book Traces of salt.

         

        Traces of salt explores the presence of Las Salinas del Peñon Blanco (salt works) in the plateau of San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas (Mexico), while aware of the importance that it had the salt industry in north central Mexico and its relationship with mining, through a broad portfolio photo and a story that, in general, explains the evolution of the salt company, whose activities have been developed since the sixteenth century until the end of the twentieth century. This testimony supports the visual assessment of the historical, cultural and landscape, which together account for the traces left by the exploitation of salt and geographical environment in which it took place.

         

        By: David Vazquez

        Published with support from the State Fund for Culture and the Arts in San Luis Potosi , Mexico .

         

        Index

        The traces of salt

        The Salinas of Salinas del Peñon Blanco, its presence and importance

        The system of factories to obtain salt

        The lagoons in the interior in the past and present

        Vivify traces of salt

        Bibliography

        Photographic Testimony

        Acknowledgments

         

        It includes maps and color photos






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        I can recommend MAYA Salt production and trade by Anthony P. Andrews University of Arizona press 1983 ISBN 0-8165-0813-5 rgds D.Bloch ... From: Clarence
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 18, 2008
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          I can recommend
          "MAYA Salt production and trade
          by
          Anthony P. Andrews
          University of Arizona press 1983  ISBN 0-8165-0813-5
          rgds
          D.Bloch
           
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          Sent: 12 October 2008 23:15
          Subject: Re: New Book: Traces of salt

          Do you know anything about the prespanish
          Salt trade
          Salt must have been crucial for survival
          Even before
          Columbus?

          Sent from my iPhone

          CE Grim MS MD
          Specializing in Difficult Hypertension
          Senior Consultant to Shared Care Research and Education Comsulting Inc

          On Oct 12, 2008, at 1:48 PM, david vázquez salguero <davidevs@yahoo. com> wrote:

          None. It is about salt for making silver during the spaniard colony and independence period at northern mexico


          De: Clarence Grim <lowerbp2@aol. com>
          Para: "commonsalt@ yahoogroups. com" <commonsalt@yahoogro ups.com>
          Enviado: sábado, 11 de octubre, 2008 8:44:07
          Asunto: Re: New Book: Traces of salt

          Does it discuss the inca Mayan or aztec
          Trade?

          Sent from my iPhone

          CE Grim MS MD
          Specializing in Difficult Hypertension
          Senior Consultant to Shared Care Research and Education Comsulting Inc

          On Oct 4, 2008, at 10:03 PM, david vázquez salguero <davidevs@yahoo. com> wrote:


          Hello: I am pleased to share with you the publication of my book Traces of salt.

           

          Traces of salt explores the presence of Las Salinas del Peñon Blanco (salt works) in the plateau of San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas (Mexico), while aware of the importance that it had the salt industry in north central Mexico and its relationship with mining, through a broad portfolio photo and a story that, in general, explains the evolution of the salt company, whose activities have been developed since the sixteenth century until the end of the twentieth century. This testimony supports the visual assessment of the historical, cultural and landscape, which together account for the traces left by the exploitation of salt and geographical environment in which it took place.

           

          By: David Vazquez

          Published with support from the State Fund for Culture and the Arts in San Luis Potosi , Mexico .

           

          Index

          The traces of salt

          The Salinas of Salinas del Peñon Blanco, its presence and importance

          The system of factories to obtain salt

          The lagoons in the interior in the past and present

          Vivify traces of salt

          Bibliography

          Photographic Testimony

          Acknowledgments

           

          It includes maps and color photos






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          http://mx.mujer.yahoo.com/

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