El Agrónomo. Manual de Riegos y aplicación de las aguas de aluvión, al cultivo de las tierras. Establecimiento de los prados naturales y artificiales.

Hidalgo Tablada, José de

Editorial: Imprenta del Colegio de Sordo-Mudos y Ciegos, 1851
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435 pages; Contemporary tan calf over marbled paper-covered boards, five raised bands on the spine, author and title lettered in gilt in the second panel, gilt-stamped ornaments in the others and with finely tooled decorative giltwork on the edges of the bands and the caps of the spine -- marbled endpapers. Minor rubbing to the spine ends, and edges and corners of the boards, but an excellent copy. First edition of a significant mid-nineteenth century Spanish treatise on agriculture, particularly scarce with its full complement of four folding plates (all present here). Pagination: 435, [1, errata] & 4 folding plates. This copy has a remarkable provenance, having belonged to a significant protagonist of the 1910 Mexican Revolution: General José Maria Maytorena. The author, José de Hidalgo Tablada [1814-1890] had published a work on winemaking the previous year ("Tratado de vinificación, y descripción de algunos instrumentos ." 1850). He also wrote on the cultivation of olives, fruits and arbors for fruit cultivation, and a 1852 set of regulations for the Escuela Agronómica Nogales, of which Tablada Hidalgo was director. The 1851 work offered here has to do with the establishment of natural and artificial meadows and agricultural cultivation by means of irrigation and the control of flood drainage. The folding plates each have multiple subjects; the first is devoted to machinery and equipment devoted to irrigation and water management, the final three each show a variety of plates for forage. With a rubber-stamp of ownership on the title page of José Maria Maytorena (1867-1948), neatly centered on the blank portion between the title and the imprint. Maytorena was born in 1867, the son of a wealthy landowner in Sonora, José Maytorena Goycochea. The rubberstamp on the title page is dated "Abr. 25, 1904" -- at which time the younger Maytorena had returned to northern Mexico from studying at Santa Clara College in California in order to manage his late father's extensive holdings, and had establed residence in the family's Hacienda "La Misa" (as specifically mentioned on the lowest line of his rubberstamp. His life became much more complicated as he became an ardent supporter of the short-lived presidency of Francisco Madero, and organized the Revolutionary Council of Nogales , to support the Revolution. Following the signing of the Treaty of Ciudad Juárez, General Maytorena was elected constitutional governor of Sonora for the term 1911 to 1915. Of course, Madero was murdered, and the Mexican Revolution and its opponents entered into a period of constantly shifting forces and alliances. At some point, Maytorena went to Washington to confer with Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan concerning the United States policy towards the government of Victoriano Huerta . General Maytorena then moved to Los Angeles, where he spent most of the remainder of his life. He wrote an account of his role in Sonora and the revolution -- "Mi Gobieno en Sonora," and formed a collection of at least 2,272 pieces containing over 4000 pages -- and contains significant items from Maytorena's correspondence with Venustiano Carranza; Francisco Madero, the overthrown president; Alvaro Obregon, a notable revolutionary field commander in Sonora; Victoriano Huerta, a professional soldier loyal to former president Diaz, who engineered the coup against Madero; and the famous Chihuahauan guerilla leader Francisco "Pancho" Villa. The General's son donated this major archive to Claremont McKenna College in 1967, where the "General Jose Maria Maytorena Papers" remain a primary source on the complex Mexican Revolution for scholars everywhere through the index on the OAC/Online Archive of California. This interesting provenance is confirmed by a small rubberstamp in script on the upper corner of the front paste-down endpaper. The 1851 book itself is scarce; see OCLC Number: 431844850 [3 locations, all in Spain: Biblioteca Universitaria León; Biblioteca Nacional de E. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: El Agrónomo. Manual de Riegos y aplicación ...
Editorial: Imprenta del Colegio de Sordo-Mudos y Ciegos
Año de publicación: 1851
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: First Edition; First Printing.

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