Ralph Ocon is a Mexican historian
cited by Robert Sobel in For Want of a Nail . . . on the subject
of continued resistance to British and CNA
rule in North America after the failure of the North American Rebellion.
His book The People We Left Behind: The Remnant in the C.N.A. was published
in Mexico City in 1959.
Sobel references this book on page 45 with respect to the rebellious activity in New Hampshire
and Virginia, and again on page 55 with respect to C.N.A. reaction to the Wilderness Walk.
In For All Nails, Ocon's book is quoted in the vignette They Tell Me He Was Lonely, and provides casual reading for Harold Pickett in Travelin' Band.