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Folder 10


Contains 4 Results:

Will. Quintana, Josefa., February 17, 1864., February, 1868

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Scope and Content From the Collection: Mauro Montoya Collection documents significant episodes of New Mexico history during the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The documents are divided into the four main periods: Spanish period, The Mexican period, U.S. Territorial period (incl. U.S. military occupation), New Mexico Statehood period.
Dates: February 17, 1864.; February, 1868

Settlement Agreement. J. Bradford Prince, attorney for Lucien Remuzon, and Charles A. Easly, attorney for Hugh Murray., September 8, 1888.

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Scope and Contents Murray will not oppose Preemption Entry 2120, but Remuzon will convey 1/2 interest in tract to Murray. Remuzon to retain exclusive use of house he erected.
Dates: September 8, 1888.

Circular. Pronunciamento de Tome., September 8, 1837.

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Scope and Contents Manuel Armijo and others declare opposition to revolt and plan to take over the government.
Dates: September 8, 1837.

Letters. Chavez, Amado to Gov. L.B. Prince., January 18-19, 1915.

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Scope and Contents First letter refers to wonderful story of Padre Padilla coming to the surface of Isleta Church each year, martyred by the Indians at La Gran Quivira "where Coronado left him."

Second letter [English] recites details on death of Padre Padilla, his reburial in Pueblo of Isleta, his exhumation, etc. Also describes legend of Spanish Princess who had ingested a frog.
Dates: January 18-19, 1915.