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Papers, 1818-1849.

Author: C A RodneyJuan Martín de PueyrredónJosé Manuel de GoyenecheJoseph OlivierBernardino RivadaviaAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Named Person: C A Rodney; Lewis Cass; Joseph Olivier; Thomas M Rodney
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: C A Rodney; Juan Martín de Pueyrredón; José Manuel de Goyeneche; Joseph Olivier; Bernardino Rivadavia; Thomas M Rodney
OCLC Number: 612854740
Language Note: In English and Spanish.
Description: 1 v. (.1 linear ft.)
Contents: 1. Diary, autograph, unsigned, dated at Buenos Aires, 2-9 Mar. 1818; entries concern Rodney's work as U.S. Minister to Argentina, with mention of visits from representatives of American companies in Argentina and negotiations with the local government (ff. 1r-33r) --
2. Transcription of two letters between Juan Martín de Pueyrredón and Jose Manuel de Goyeneche, dated Mar. 1812, translated from Spanish; concerning the Argentine War of Independence, and the independence of other American colonies (34r-66r) --
3. Report, possibly in the hand of Henry M. Brackenridge, signed by Rodney; concerning Rodney's first assessment of the independent Argentina (63r-77r) --
4. Autograph letter, signed, from Rodney to Pedro Molina, dated at Buenos Aires, 16 Feb. 1824; concerns the independence of the Americas and the Monroe Doctrine (78r-79r) --
5. Autograph letter, signed, from Bernardina Rivadavia to Rodney, dated at Buenos Aires, 4 May 1824; welcoming Rodney as U.S. Minister to Argentina (80r) --
6. Autograph letter, signed, from Joseph Olivier to Thomas M. Rodney, dated 26 Jan. 1849; concerns Lewis Cass, Rodney's work during the U.S. presidential race of 1848, presumably on behalf of Cass, and personal matters (82r-83v).

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