Los Chávez y la imprenta en aguascalientes. El ascenso de un familia de artesanos (1835-1870)
Aguascalientes: Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, 2021. First Edition. Paperback. 300p., maps, photos, illus., facsimiles, tables, graphics, bibl., indices, wrps. New. Item #80164
The printing press in Aguascalientes was established in 1826, but the consolidation of the printed culture and its permanence, between 1835 and 1870, was achieved thanks to the Chávez. This story of the printing press is also the story of a family that played a key role in the establishment of graphic arts, print culture, and its circulation in a period between the search for autonomy in Aguascalientes, foreign invasions, and liberal wars. -conservative. This research is focused on the figure of José María Chávez and his work as an introducer of graphics and a promoter of literature, arts and technology that had an impact on various areas of local life, which led him to become a cultural agent. essential in the entity.