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Benito Juárez papers, 1849-1872

Author: Benito Juárez
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Spanish
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Microfilm of correspondence, decrees, newspapers, pamphlets and assorted materials pertaining to the political career and later life of Benito Juarez. Correspondence (reels 1-37; bulk dates 1860-1872) stems largely from the French Intervention and relates mostly to military and political matters, as well as to Juárez' personal affairs. It is primarily directed to Juárez by his military officers, prominent
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Benito Juárez; Ignacio R Alatorre; Francisco O Arce; Ignacio Comonfort; Ramón Corona; Porfirio Díaz; Manuel Doblado; Mariano Escobedo; José Antonio Gamboa; Mariano Jiménez; Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico; Miguel Negrete; José María Patoni; Julian Quiroga; Vicente Riva Palacio; Matías Romero; Pedro Santacilia; Ignacio Zaragosa
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Benito Juárez
OCLC Number: 33273375
Language Note: In Spanish.
Description: 46 microfilm reels.

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Microfilm of correspondence, decrees, newspapers, pamphlets and assorted materials pertaining to the political career and later life of Benito Juarez. Correspondence (reels 1-37; bulk dates 1860-1872) stems largely from the French Intervention and relates mostly to military and political matters, as well as to Juárez' personal affairs. It is primarily directed to Juárez by his military officers, prominent businessmen and politicians, customs officials, local officials, government functionaries, acquaintances from Oaxaca, relatives, and petitioners, but includes 1,642 pages of letters written by Pedro Santacilia, Juárez' secretary and son-in-law.

Prominently reflected in items dating from 1867 is the rivalry between Juárez and General Jesús González Ortega. After 1867, correspondence pertains mostly to matters of government; political conditions are reflected in the letters of local officials about their constituencies. Also after 1867 are found numerous petitions by private citizens. Major correspondents include Ignacio R. Alatorre, Francisco Arce, Ignacio Comonfort, Ramón Corona, Porfirio Díaz, Manuel Doblado, Mariano Escobedo, José Antonio Gamboa, Vicente Riva Palacio, José María Patoni, Matías Romero, and Ignacio Zaragosa. Frequent subjects are Emperor Maximilian and rebel generals Mariano Jiménez, Miguel Negrete, and Julián Quiroga. Assorted materials (reels 37-46) include decrees, materials about machinations against Juárez, official correspondence from 1862-1872, the private archives of Juárez and Santacilia, newspapers, pamphlets, telegrams, and scattered correspondence.

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