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Benito Juarez Pamphlets Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AC 502-p
Scope and Content Collection contains six Spanish-language pamphlets about Benito Juarez.
Dates: 1959-1972

Juan Martinez de Montoya Collection,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 143
Scope and Content A bound collection of sixty-one pages of letters and testimony concerning New Mexico and dating from circa 1785 until 1835. The documents were gathered in Spain as the result of two petitions (one in 1785, one in 1835) by Martinez de Montoya's descendants to inherit the noble rights received by him in 1606. This collection's transcripts of documents are especially important because they are notarized by Spanish officials as accurate and suggest an earlier date for the founding of Santa Fe than...
Dates: 1785-1835

Mauro Montoya Collection,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 152
Scope and Content 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: 1709-1949

Mexican Government Documents,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 317
Scope and Content Collection consists of handwritten and printed documents: a passport to Santa Fe from St. Louis, Missouri, dated 1836, and a proclamation by Jesus Gonzales Ortega, Governor of Zacatecas, concerning the Mexican revolution, dated 1859. Also included is a document from 1827, written to protest the proposal that the Mexican seat of government be moved from Sinaloa province to Sonora. In addition, the collection contains various Mexican decrees dating from the 1830's. All documents are in...
Dates: 1825-1859

Translations of Provincial Journals,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 223
Scope and Content This box contains longhand transcriptions of the original Spanish minutes of the Mexican legislative sessions in Santa Fe for a large part of the Mexican period of New Mexico. One session recorded in the folders was held on August 8, 1846 [Folder 19], and records the body's consternation at the invasion of United States forces numbering 5,000 marching upon the capitol city.
Dates: 1824-1846