Six Months in Mexico - Nellie Bly

Six Months in Mexico

By Nellie Bly

  • Release Date: 2015-11-13
  • Genre: Essays & Memoirs


Six Months in Mexico
Nellie Bly, Was the pen name of American journalist Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman.She was also a writer, industrialist, inventor, and a charity worker who was widely known for her record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days (1864-1922)

This ebook presents «Six Months in Mexico», from Nellie Bly. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.

Table of Contents
- About This Book
- Dedication
- Adieu To The United States
- El Paso Del Norte
- Along The Route
- The City Of Mexico
- In The Streets Of Mexico
- How Sunday Is Celebrated
- A Horseback Ride Over Historic Grounds
- A Mexican Bull Fight
- The Museum And Its Curiosities
- Historic Tombs And Lonely Graves
- Cupid's Work In Sunnyland
- Joaquin Miller And Coffin Street
- In Mexican Theaters
- The Floating Gardens
- The Castle Of Chapultepec
- The Feasts Of The Gamblers
- Feast Of Flowers And Lenten Celebrations
- Guadalupe And Its Romantic Legend
- A Day's Trip On A Street Car
- Where Maximilian's American Colony Lived
- A Mexican Arcadia
- The Wonders Of Puebla
- The Pyramid Of Cholula
- A Few Notes About Mexican Presidents
- Mexican Soldiers And The Rurales
- The Press Of Mexico
- The Ghastly Tale Of Don Juan Manuel
- A Mexican Parlor
- Love And Courtship In Mexico
- Scenes Within Mexican Homes
- The Romance Of The Mexican Pulque
- Mexican Manners
- Noche Triste Tree
- Little Notes Of Interest
- A Few Recipes For Mexican Dishes
- Some Mexican Legends
- Princess Josefa De Yturbide