Introduction: Creating a cultural patrimony of nature -- Science : elite societies, revolutionary conservation, and national park development -- Education : restoring nature and rebuilding society in Lagunas de Zempoala National Park -- Productivity : forest industries and national landscapes in Mexico's Popocatépetl-Iztaccíhuatl National Park -- Property : ecological plagues and legal frameworks in La Malinche National Park -- Tradition : community environmentalism and naturalized patrimony in El Tepozteco National Park -- Conclusion: Just parks? : a silent failure with enduring lessons -- Appendix A: National park declarations and contents, 1935-1941 -- Appendix B: Sample of entries in the visitors log at Lagunas de Zempoala, August 1938 -- Appendix C: Classifications of entries for occupations with more than one visitor for Lagunas de Zempoala, 1938
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