Indigenous Peoples of Mexico: The Guachichil Tribe

Posted November 26th, 2012  by Charles ·  31 Comments

As the largest tribe of the Chichimeca nation, the Guachichil retained the largest territory of Chichimeca land.  They lived between present-day Saltillo, which constituted their northern border, and the northern reaches of present-day Michoacán in the south.  They were known to range through the states of San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato, Zacatecas, and parts of Jalisco. …

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The Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt

Posted November 19th, 2012  by Go_Gringo ·  No Comments

While many know this range as the Sierra Nevada or Snowy Mountain Range, it is officially called the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt and it extends across Mexico for roughly 559 miles.  This volcanic range boasts many peaks that remain snow-covered all year long.  It ranges from west to east from the states of Jalisco to Veracruz…

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