File:Arrieros y Mulas.jpg

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English: This image of 1853 depict the work of "arrieros" (mule drivers). This activity was a very important one in the trade development between Mexican and American towns around XVII, XVIII and XIX centuries. This is a Public Domain Image from the book Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican: A Historical, Geographical, Political, Statistical and Social Account of that Country of author Brantz Mayer.
Español: Esta estampa de 1853 ilustra una escena de arrieros. Esta actividad fue esencial en el desarrollo comercial de Monterrey durante los siglos XVII, XVIII y la primera mitad del XIX. Esta estampa sacada del libro Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican: A Historical, Geographical, Political, Statistical and Social Account of that Country de Brantz Mayer.
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