In this book, Dan Stanislawski studies the geography of various small towns in one Mexican state. He discusses the factors—landscape, buildings, culture groups, and so forth—that create a unique personality for each of these towns.
Dan Stanislawski (1903–1997) was Professor of Geography at the University of Arizona.
The Anatomy of Eleven Towns in Michoacán
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