Guide to the Spanish Colonial Research Center map collection of North America by Spanish Colonial Research Center (Albuquerque, N.M.)

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Statementcompiled by Joseph P. Sánchez ; with the assiatance of Jerome Branche ... [et al.].
ContributionsSánchez, Joseph P.
LC ClassificationsZ6027.N68 S63 1994, GA401 S63 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination7 v. (xxvii, 1963 p.) ;
Number of Pages1963
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Open LibraryOL893892M
LC Control Number95184651

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The Resources of the Spanish Colonial Research Center Under the direction of Dr. Joseph P. Sánchez, the Center has accumulated o pages of microfilmed Spanish colonial documents and approximately 4, maps, architectural plans, and sketches of North America from Spanish and Mexican archives.

To that end, the Spanish Colonial Research Center is also the publisher of the Colonial Latin American Historical Review (CLAHR). The SCRC has collected o pages of microfilmed colonial documents and over 4, maps, architectural plans, and sketches form Spanish and Mexican : Joseph Sánchez.

The documents in this collection include maps of varying styles and purposes made by the diverse peoples that created colonial North America.

Together, these documents illustrate the utility of maps as historical sources and, more specifically, illuminate colonial North America’s multicultural and contested origins. "The SCRC has collected o pages of microfilmed colonial documents and over 4, maps, architectural plans, and sketches from Spanish and Mexican archives.

This invaluable collection provides essential sources of information for those interested in Spanish Colonial history in North America"--Leaf [1] of Brief guide. The Hispanic World ; El mundo hispánico () guides one into the treasures in the Spanish archival portion of this copied collection in the Manuscript, Geography and Map, Prints and Photographs, and Rare Book and Special.

Collection consists of the Confidential Print for Central and South America and the French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean.

Topics covered include slavery and the slave trade, immigration, relations with indigenous peoples, and wars and. (Compiler, with others) Guide to the Spanish Colonial Research Center Map Collection of North America, U.S.

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