A dream of Maya: Augustus and Alice Le Plongeon in nineteenth-century Yucatan

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University of New Mexico Press, 1988 - History - 147 pages
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Augustus Le Plongeon, an experienced surveyor and photographer, and his wife, Alice, went to the Yucatan in 1873 to explore and photograph Maya ruins and to prove his theory, "that the Maya were the ... Read full review

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Charting a Course
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Perfecting the Image
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Stepping Into a Hostile World
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