This book documents the residency of the Aztec in the United States of America. In 1386 B.C. these Native Americans established their homes in the 4 corners area of the American Southwest and resided in the area for over 880 years. This means that the descendants of these Native Americans, such as Chicanos, Mexican Americans, and Mexicans, and others, the Yaqui, Hopi, Zuni, Comanche, Pueblo, Pima, Utes, Piutes, and Shoshone have resided in the American Southwest for over 3,300 years and that they have a written history to prove it.
The archaeological relic, "The Aztec Calendar," is a history book craved in stone, which was deciphered by Dr Cecilio Orozco and Dr. Alfonso Rivas Salmón. This history book documents the history of the Aztec since before 1386 B.C. in a land north of the 4 corners area, their initial migration into the 4 corners area in 1386 B.C. , and their migration into Culhuacan in 502 B.C., Mazatlán in 308 A.D. In 1116 A.D. their departed from Mazatlán and wandered in central Mexico without a permanent residence for 209 years until they finally settlement in the island city of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) in 1325 A.D.
In addition to ordering online (above), you can order directly from the author or the publisher. Mail, phone, e-mail, and prices provided below.
Humberto Garza: 1398 "O" Street, Sanger, California 93657
Phone: (559) 304-9144
Prices (including tax and shipping costs):
A Quest for Justice, $15.00
Demystifying the Murrieta Legend, $24.00
The Mexican-American War of 1846-1848, $23.00
Organizing the Chicano Movement, $24.00
Aztecs in the American Southwest, $20.00
11 by 14 picture of Joaquin Murrieta "El Patrio", $14.00
11 by 14 picture of Joaquin Murrieta "El Guero", $14.00
Humberto is a former University administrator and a college professor and community organizer. He received a master's degree from Stanford University and a master's degree and bachelor's degree from San Jose State University. Humberto was born and raised in Eagle Pass, Texas and currently resides in Sanger, California.