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Paul P. Steed, Jr. collection of Spanish America and Philippine documents, 1568-1840.

Author: Paul P Jr Steed; Gonzalo Cerezo; Spain. Sovereign (1746-1759 : Ferdinand VI)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Spanish
Database:WorldCat
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The Paul P. Steed, Jr. collection consists of correspondence, official documents, wills, petitions, edicts, dispatches, reports, expense records, ecclesiastical certificates, royal provisions, land grants, and other papers relating to the conquest and administration of Spanish America (Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru) and the Philippines. Included are papers related to San Juan del Rio; Durango, Mexico land  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters patent
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Named Person: Martín Fernández de Navarrete; Juan Fermín de Aycinena; Pedro Sanchez de Olivera; Josef Insaurrandiaga; Gregorio Moneo
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul P Jr Steed; Gonzalo Cerezo; Spain. Sovereign (1746-1759 : Ferdinand VI)
OCLC Number: 729240666
Language Note: Material is in Spanish.
Description: 1 box (1 linear foot)

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The Paul P. Steed, Jr. collection consists of correspondence, official documents, wills, petitions, edicts, dispatches, reports, expense records, ecclesiastical certificates, royal provisions, land grants, and other papers relating to the conquest and administration of Spanish America (Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru) and the Philippines. Included are papers related to San Juan del Rio; Durango, Mexico land disputes (1659-1764); court records from Coahuila, Mexico (1814-1840); Viceroyalty letters from Peru (1603-1822); Pedro Sanchez de Olivera correspondence (1611-1678) related to Mexico and the Philippines; Central American colonial entrepreneur Juan Fermín de Aycinena collection (1761-1777); Quetzaltenango records (Guatemala, 1783-1785); Doña Ana de Arrollave y Beteta expedients (Guatemala, 1760-1784); Josef Insaurrandiaga papers (Nicaraugua, 1780s); estate inventory for conquistador of Mexico, Gonzalo Cerezo (d. 1568 Spain); a Gregorio Moneo patent signed by King Ferdinand VI of Spain in 1747; and Martin Fernandes de Navarrete manuscripts (Villa de León, Spain, 1765-1844).

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