Governor Henry Connelly Papers,
Scope and Content
Collection consists of official papers of Governor Connelly. Includes letters sent and received, proclamations, one death warrant, and an 1866 message to the Legislative Assembly from William F.M. Arny, who served as Interim Governor from December 1866 to March 1867 while Governor Mitchell, who succeeded Connelly, was in Washington D.C.
- New Mexico. Governor (1861-1866 : Connelly) (Organization)
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Connelly was appointed Governor in 1861 and was not reappointed when his term ended in 1866. Connelly held several public offices in New Mexico prior to becoming Governor and also acted as an intermediary between Stephen Watts Kearny and Governor Manuel Armijo in negotiating the peaceful annexation of New Mexico by the United States in 1846.
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Organized into five series:
- I. Letters received
- II. Letters sent
- III. Proclamations
- IV. Penal Papers
- V. Miscellaneous
Available on microfilm as part of the Territorial Archives of New Mexico (Roll 98).
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- Inventory of the Governor Henry Connelly Papers, 1861-1866
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- Finding aid is in English
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