Romancing the Maya: Mexican Antiquity in the American Imagination, 1820-1915

Romancing the Maya Mexican Antiquity in the American Imagination Explores why nineteenth century Americans felt entitled to appropriate Mexico s cultural heritage as the United States own In this insightful work Tripp Evans explores why nineteenth century American

  • Title: Romancing the Maya: Mexican Antiquity in the American Imagination, 1820-1915
  • Author: R. Tripp Evans
  • ISBN: 9780292702479
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Explores why nineteenth century Americans felt entitled to appropriate Mexico s cultural heritage as the United States own In this insightful work, Tripp Evans explores why nineteenth century Americans felt entitled to appropriate Mexico s cultural heritage as the United States own He focuses in particular on five well known figures American writer and amateur archaeoExplores why nineteenth century Americans felt entitled to appropriate Mexico s cultural heritage as the United States own In this insightful work, Tripp Evans explores why nineteenth century Americans felt entitled to appropriate Mexico s cultural heritage as the United States own He focuses in particular on five well known figures American writer and amateur archaeologist John Lloyd Stephens, British architect Frederick Catherwood, Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and the French emigre photographers Desire Charnay and Augustus Le Plongeon Setting these figures in historical and cultural context, Evans uncovers their varying motives, including the Manifest Destiny inspired desire to create a national museum of American antiquities in New York City, the attempt to identify the ancient Maya as part of the Lost Tribes of Israel and so substantiate the Book of Mormon , and the hope of proving that ancient Mesoamerica was the cradle of North American and even Northern European civilization Fascinating stories in themselves, these accounts of the first explorers also add an important new chapter to the early history of Mesoamerican arch

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