Pizarro-Gasca collection, 1537-1580. (Archival material, 1537) [WorldCat.org]
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Pizarro-Gasca collection, 1537-1580.

Author: Juan de AcostaDiego de AlmagroPascual de AndagoyaFrancisco de CarvajalCharles, Holy Roman EmperorAll authors
Publisher: 1537-1580.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Spanish
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The collection consists of letters, manuscripts and documents (all in Spanish) documenting the early history of Peru, from Franciso Pizarro's civil war with Almagro to the pacification of the country by La Gasca. It includes material pertaining to the Catholic Church in Peru, missionaries, the conquest of Chile, Indians of Peru, and Indian slavery. There are materials regarding the cities of Arequipa, Cuzco, Lima,
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Manuscripts
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Named Person: Pedro de la Gasca; Francisco Pizarro; Gonzalo Pizarro; Pedro de la Gasca; Francisco Pizarro; Gonzalo Pizarro
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Juan de Acosta; Diego de Almagro; Pascual de Andagoya; Francisco de Carvajal; Charles, Holy Roman Emperor; Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés; Pedro de la Gasca; Philip, King of Spain; Francisco Pizarro; Gonzalo Pizarro; Hernando Pizarro; Pedro de Puelles; Pedro de Soria; Cristóbal Vaca de Castro; Pedro de Valdivia
OCLC Number: 122386402
Description: 946 pieces 10 boxes

Abstract:

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts and documents (all in Spanish) documenting the early history of Peru, from Franciso Pizarro's civil war with Almagro to the pacification of the country by La Gasca. It includes material pertaining to the Catholic Church in Peru, missionaries, the conquest of Chile, Indians of Peru, and Indian slavery. There are materials regarding the cities of Arequipa, Cuzco, Lima, and Quito. Of note are letters and decrees of Charles V and Philip II, letters of the Pizarros, reports of La Gasca, and Pedro de Valdivia's account of the conquest of Chile.

Persons represented in the collection include: Juan de Acosta, Diego de Almagro, Pascual de Andagoya, Francisco de Carvajal, Charles V, Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés, Pedro de la Gasca, Philip II, Francisco Pizarro, Gonzalo Pizarro, Hernando Pizarro, Pedro de Puelles, Pedro de Soria, Cristóbal Vaca de Castro, and Pedro de Valdivia.

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