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22/10.1763 113 Civiles N. 148

Identifier: 0000-098
Content Description Legal papers relating to the pueblo of Ayo-Ayo, and a lawsuit brought by the native population concerning the loss of their land. Gathered and sewn together.
Dates: 1763-10-23

Alfonso Rodriguez Gil manuscripts, 1907-1945

Identifier: 1500-001-24
Content Description Los Indios Ocuiltecas Actuales. Estudio Ethnografico. 1907. Alumno de Etnologia en el Museo Nacional de Mexico. Carbon copy typescript, signed by the author, and includes photographic illustrations tipped in. Bound with the following: Ethnografico. Resumen de la Tesis Profesional No. 2 by Pedro Carrasco Pizana. Los Otomies. Cultura e historia prehispanica de los pueblos mesoamericanos de habla otomiana. Escuela Nacional de Antropologia del Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia....
Dates: 1907 - 1945

Andrés Bernáldez Manuscript, approximately 1500

Identifier: MC-1930-18
Scope and Contents Relating the history of Spain, particularly during the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, this volume was written by a Spanish curate by the name of Andrés Bernáldes. It includes the first transcriptions of Columbus' own accounts of his voyages of discovery in the New World. Interesting item: In one passage about Columbus, Bernaldes, writes: "he was my guest and left me some of his writings in the presence of Don Juan da Fonseca, from which I copied and abridged them with others...
Dates: approximately 1500

Carlota-Maximilian Papers, 1865-1866

Identifier: MC-1954-29
Scope and Contents Three of these papers are letters written by Carlota, Empress of Mexico, one from Vera Cruz, November 17, 1865, to the Senor Prefecto on her departure from Mexico ordering 1,000 pesos to be distributed to the "most needy persons." Another is written from the palace at Vienna, January 24, 1866. The third is addressed to Senor Bureau, September 19, 1866, from the palace at Miramar relative to an article about the birthday of the Emperor Maximilian (Emperor of Mexico 1863-67) and a school opened...
Dates: 1865 - 1866

Estado de las misions de la Nuevo California sacado de los informer de sus misioners en fin de diciembre de 1809, 1809

Identifier: 0000-076
Content Description Handwritten register in tabular form detailing the California Missions in 1809. It includes baptisms, marriages, deaths, cattle, horses, harvests of crops of various sorts, hides, etc., along with the date the count was taken. These have been drawn out on two pieces of paper and pasted together. It describes San Diego, San Luis Rey, San Juan Capistrano, San Gabriel, San Fernando, San Buenaventura, Santa Barbara, Santa Inez, La Purisima Conception, San Luis Obisbo, San Miguel, San Antonio de...
Dates: 1809

Harold Leventhal proletarian archive, 1885-1978

Identifier: 2006-003
Scope and Contents This archive, and its accompanying library, were acquired by Guy Logsdon, then Library Director, in 1977. It is ascribed to Harold Leventhal, who was a folk music manager, handling such musicians as the Weavers, Woody Guthrie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez. This archive includes an selection of correspondence of the noted activist Ammon Hennacy as well as biographical materials.
Dates: 1885 - 1978; Majority of material found within 1902 - 1975

Hispanic Documents, 1470-1857

Identifier: MC-1954-93
Scope and Contents These Hispanic papers; many collected by G. R. G. Conway, an Englishman who lived in Mexico for many years, include early Latin American documents dating back to the earliest days of conquest of Mexico (1519-21). Some of these papers include land grants, church matters, charges and convictions of heresy, lawsuits of many kinds, early jour­ neys into New Mexico, stories of Indian uprisings, petitions for release from prison, tax matters, family lineage, guardian­ ship papers, marriage notices,...
Dates: 1470 - 1857

Natchez Treaty, 1792

Identifier: MC-1954-151
Scope and Contents Completely handwritten, this is a treaty, written in Spanish, between the Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Governor Lemos of "the Place and District of Natchez." It contains many signatures, the majority "by his mark."
Dates: 1792

Pimeria Alta letters, 1747-1752

Identifier: 0000-063
Scope and Contents Letter from Father Jacobo Sedelmayr to Provincial Father Andres Xavier Garcia, in reference to the urgent need for mission priests in Arizona country as well as for the two new missions just founded by Father Christoval de Escobar.

Account, dictated by Father R. P. Gaspar Stigler, of the uprising of the Indians in the territory of what is now Arizona and New Mexico.
Dates: 1747 - 1752

[Two relations of the most supreme Texas significance], approximately 1770-1777

Identifier: F389-.G68-1770 -Oversize
Scope and Contents Disbound folio pages, Documento XVLIII. Dated in San Antonio de Bexar on April 27, 1777, addressed to the Viceroy Bucareli, containing a "Relation" of Baron of Ripperda, Governor of Texas. The interesting "Relation" deals in 33 Chapters with attacks from hostile Indians, and the "Entradas" of Conde de Galve and D. Domingo Teran de los Rios for its surrender. Also do mention of D. Luis de Onis, Marques de Aguayo and the expedition of D. Pedro de Rivera. Mentioning, also, the foundation of...
Dates: 1770 - 1777

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