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Guide to the microfilm edition of the Mexican Archives of New Mexico, 1821-1846, in the archives division of the State of New Mexico Records Center

Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Santa Fe, New Mexico : State of New Mexico Records Center, 1969
26 p.

Notes

Myra Ellen Jenkins was the project director and editor.

A microfilm project sponsored by the National Historical Publications Commission.

Contains a brief history of New Mexico for 1821-1846 and the Spanish archives and an inventory of the filmed records for that archives covering that time period.

"This microfilm edition consisting of 42 rolls, reproduces the extant official administrative records of New Mexico under the sovereignty of the Mexican national government from the signing of the Treaty of Córdova, August 24, 1821, to the occupation of Santa Fe by United States forces led by Brigadier-General Stephen Watts Kearny on August 18, 1846." -- P. [1]

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