Collection of official documents on the San Juan imbroglio, 1859-1872.

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Get this from a library. Collection of official documents on the San Juan imbroglio, [Washington (State). National Guard,;]. Collection of Official Documents on the San Juan Imbroglio. Olympia: n.p., n.d. RG This extensive collection of correspondence, held at the Washington State archives, provided many important ideas and quotes for my paper, including the opening quote rom Colonel Silas Casey.

(The material in this document is only partially numbered. - San Juan Boundary Dispute, Source Collection Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society. 9, p. Digital Id Book/Printed Material. Prior to that, registrations of vital events were kept by the Catholic Church, which was the predominant religion.

This collection includes registrations of births, marriages, and deaths in Puerto Rico, which at the start of civil registration was a colony of Spain and after the Spanish-American War ina protectorate of the U.S.

About this document, the person who is referencing is Don Manuel Ortiz. Complete name, Manuel Ortiz Latorre, was born on Lanzas Aguadas, from Valle de Carranza, Vizcaya, Spain.

In the document, Josefita Tejada was his wife, daughter of Juan Manuel Tejada, owner of one of the great sugar mills in Arecibo, named San Juan Bautista de Monte Grande.

The question of the ownership of San Juan Island had been in difference between Great Britain and the United States from aboutbut that was quite a different matter from the " mimic war " which developed on the island in July, Like the trouble just related, the San Juan imbroglio originated in a very trifling incident.

San Juan de Los Caballeros Baptisms, Baptism Database of Archives Held by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and the State Archive of New Mexico Thomas D. Martinez T.D.

Martinez, - Baptismal records - pages. San Juan Islands History; Explorers and Early Settlers At one time the northwest country was claimed by four nations. England, Spain, Russia and United States.

Apostolos Valerianos (called Juan de Fuca) was a Greek sea captain who sailed the Pacific in the late 's for the Spanish. He claimed to have discovered on one of his trips the. Town - municipalities' documents vary slightly ; Year - records range from - 21st century (some may be entirely handwritten, a combination, or mostly typed).

Often, births were not recorded immediately. If a family lived in the mountains far from town, it may be years before someone goes to town to make an official birth statement. Collection of official documents on the San Juan imbroglio, Documents from the National Guard from the Northwest Collection at WWU Call Number: FS2 C65 The journal of William A.

Peck, Jr. This essay is a selected submission from the CNO Naval History Essay Contest. The content of the original essay has been copyedited prior to publication.

The San Juan Island Boundary Dispute, now more commonly called the Pig War, is referenced mostly as a military anomaly and interesting local history footnote. [1] Two great nations nearly went to war in a remote part of the Pacific.

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Includes 68 pages of photocopied primary documents and a bibliography. Los Inmigrantes indocumentados dominicanos en Puerto Rico: realidad y mitos. Editado por Juan E. Hernández Cruz.

San Germán, PR: Centro de Publicaciones, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, viii, 96 p. The question of the ownership of San Juan Island had been in difference between Great Britain and the United States from aboutbut that as quite a different matter from the "mimic war" which developed on the island in July, Like the trouble just related, the San Juan imbroglio.

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(Record Group ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE SPANISH GOVERNORS OF PUERTO RICO ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Established: With the appointment of Ponce de Leon as governor, by King Ferdinand II of Aragon, Abolished: With the cession of.

Initially, the island was populated by indigenous people when Europeans arrived in Although the indigenous people referred to the island as Boriken, Cristobal Colon renamed the island San Juan Bautista.

Equally important, it is believed that the island had ab natives. Fields, Virgil, F., ed. The National Guard, State of Washington, Collection of Official Documents on the San Juan Imbroglio, (N.D., N.P.) British Foreign Office.

San Juan Boundary: Abstract of Correspondence Relative to the Disputed Right of Territory Watered by the Oregon, or Columbia River. to December Getting Started. California Room Index – This unique source indexes more t references to people, places, and events in San José and Santa Clara County History.

The A-Z index can be helpful if you are not sure of spelling. MyHeritage Library Edition – This international genealogy eResource includes census records, birth, marriage and death records, military records, newspaper. Official reports,may also be in the roll: " Burials, Baptismal Records of San Gabriel Mission, ; and Plaza Church, Los Angeles, Copied and typed by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Thomas Workman Temple II Chapter (San Gabriel, California) California Collection, Item. "Manuel A. Alonso was born in San Juan in He published El Gibaro inthe book in which he brings together prose and poems which appeared in various other works.

Alonso was inspired by love and patriotism, love for his country, Puerto Rico." Personal Note: It is a lovely book with various works on life on the island. MARRON, Juan María. Had a house at San Diego, Took part in revolution of Secondregidor ; first regidorand owner of the Cueros de Venado rancho, which was attacked by Indians.

Juez, Owner of land at San Juan Capistrano, Grantee of the Agua Hediona Rancho, Died, Septem The Casa Del Libro is situated at Calle Cristo in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

It houses an impressive collection of some pieces including quite a number of very rare volumes that are more than years old. It also houses a clay fragment that is presumed to be a legal document. San Juan de la Frontera was founded on J San Juan was part of the corregimiento of Cuyo whose head was in the city of Mendoza, integrating the Captaincy General of Chile.

With the formation of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata inthe Corregimiento de Cuyo was separated from the Government of Chile. This collection consists of passenger and crew lists for ships and aircraft departing from U.S. ports and airports. Puerto Rico, Passenger and Crew Lists, This database is an index to manifests of aliens arriving at various ports in Puerto Rico.

Records included in this collection. Index to the Great Register of Voters,County of San Bernardino, State of California. Yucca Valley, California: Genealogical Society of Morongo Basin.

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This is an alphabetic index of approximat names of the men who registered to vote in San Bernardino County, CA. Images of the San Juans: Historical Selections from the Ruth and Marvin Gregory Photograph Collection by Smith, P.

David and a great selection of related books, art. San Juan Genealogy (in Rio Arriba County, NM) USA (1,) > New Mexico (5,) > Rio Arriba County () > San Juan (9). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level.

Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Plan your visit: San Juan National Historic Site, a unit of the National Park System, is located at Norzagaray St. in Old San Juan, PR.

Click for the National Register of Historic Places file: text and Fortaleza/San Juan National Historic Site has been designated a World Heritage Forteleza is also a National Historic Landmark and has been documented by the Historic American. This book will really give you an idea of the way it was over years ago in the San Juan Mountains.

Featuring more than rare and historical photographs from the private collection of Ruth and Marvin Gregory, this book allows readers to venture into the mines, ride the railroads, and share the catastrophes and celebrations of yesterday s Reviews: 7. NOTE TO RESEARCHERS: DUPLICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL FILES Book# 1 contains all Joint Resolutions passed by the Common Council after organization of the City under the Freeholders Charter, May 6, The Board of Delegates and Board of Alderman together comprised the Common Council.

From (Joint Resolution #1) to Ap (Joint Resolutions #85), the City. San Juan County was created 31 January from La Plata County.; County seat: Silverton Interactive Formation Boundary Map of Colorado - shows boundary changes for Colorado Counties; Colorado Historical Boundary Changes - list of all boundary changes by county provided by Newberry Library; Before the extreme east-central edge of this modern Colorado county on the east side.

This is only a partial listing of Mission San Juan Capistrano’s archive collection. Collection Highlights: The Museum collection includes memorabilia and artifacts related to the American Composer Leon René ().

Much of this collection was generously donated to the Mission byRead more.In Congress passed an act authorizing the collection of all papers, documents, books, etc, of every description belonging or pertaining to the former government of California, appointed the United States surveyor-general for California custodian, and made it the duty of the secretary of the interior to collect said documents wherever they.The Subject files are arranged alphabetically and contain materials related to a broad range of topics, covering many aspects of The New York Times Company, the newspapers it publishes (most significantly The New York Times but also The Chattanooga Times and other regional and international newspapers), its subsidiary holdings, and its financial management and daily operations.