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  • A [sic] Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico (181 clicks)
  • Aztec Warfare: Imperial Expansion & Political Control(150 clicks)
    Reviewed by C. Chase-Dunn.
  • Building Cortés's fleet of Brigantines.(143 clicks)
    from the Durán Codex, 1521. Engraving.
    Good account of the encounter and the conquest.
  • End of an Empire: The Spanish Conquest of Mexico(142 clicks)
    From the Concord Review
  • Estévanico the Moor(180 clicks)
    "Tales of the adventures that befell three conquistadores and their Moorish slave during the sixteenth century led to Spain's Francisco Vásquez de Coronado's exploration of what is now the American Southwest." By Anne B. Allen
  • Fighting in Mexico-Tenochtitlan(138 clicks)
    Florentine Codex, (July-August 1521), Volume III, fol. 465.
  • Hernán Cortés and the Conquest(156 clicks)
    Nice pictures. Links.
  • Hernando Cortés on the Web(151 clicks)
  • Megadeath in Mexico(255 clicks)
    Discover Magazine Issues Feb-06 features Megadeath in Mexico Megadeath in Mexico Epidemics followed the Spanish arrival in the New World, but the worst killer may have been a shadowy native—a killer that could still be out there. By Bruce Stutz DISCOVER Vol. 27 No. 02 | February 2006 | Anthropology
  • Miguel León Portilla, Visión de los Vencidos(148 clicks)
    The conquest told from the victims' viewpoint. This is a classic work.
  • Moctezuma's Greeting to Hernan Cortes(158 clicks)
    Part of a lesson on the conquest.
  • Prescott, The History of the Conquest of Mexico(171 clicks)
    An 1843 book which is very readable but not authoritative. The author had never been to Mexico.
  • The Aztec Account of the Spanish Conquest of Mexico(163 clicks)
    Excellent account
  • The Conquest of Mexico(149 clicks)
    American Historical Association Digital History Project