INDICE de documentos de Nueva España existentes en el Archivo de Indias de Sevilla. Tomo I.

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México, Monografías Bibliográficas Mexicanas, 1928, 20,5 x 15,5 cm., XI + 424 págs. + 2 h. MÉJICO. N° de ref. de la librería A23329

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Estrada, Genaro (director)
Publicado por Monografias Bibliograficas Mexicanas (1928)
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Descripción Monografias Bibliograficas Mexicanas, 1928. Soft cover. Condición: Good. No Jacket. INDICE DE DOCUMENTOS DE NUEVA ESPANA EXISTENTES EN EL ARCHIVO DE INDIAS DE SEVILLA, TOMO I, Genaro Estrada (project director), softcover, 1928. BOOK CONDITION: good. The text block and illustrations are in fine condition, with no tears, dogears, or marks. The pages have not yet been cut apart for reading. They are age-tanned. Not a remainder nor library book. No bookplate nor signature of prior owner. Price from a prior bookseller is written inside the front cover. The wraps are in fair condition (foxing on front and back, chipping along edges top and bottom). 8 x 6, 428 pages, 20 ounces. NOTE THAT SINCE THE BOOK WEIGHS OVER ONE POUND, THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE THE U.S OR REQUIRE PRIORITY MAIL INSIDE USA. [From Wikipedia] The Archivo General de Indias ("General Archive of the Indies"), housed in the ancient merchants' exchange of Seville, Spain, the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes, is the repository of extremely valuable archival documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and the Philippines. In 1785, by decree of Charles III the archives of the Council of the Indies were to be housed here, in order to bring together under a single roof all the documentation regarding the overseas empire, which until that time had been dispersed among various archives. Responsibility for the project was delegated to José de Gálvez y Gallardo, Secretary for the Indies, who depended on the historian Juan Bautista Muñoz for the plan's execution. Two basic motivations underlay the project; in addition to the lack of space in the Archivo General de Simancas, the central archive of the Spanish Crown, there was also the expectation, in the spirit of the Enlightenment, that Spanish historians would take up the history of Spain's colonial empire. It was decided that, for the time being, documents evolved after 1760 would remain with their primary institutions. The first cartloads of the documents arrived in October 1785. Some restructuring of the Casa Lonja to accommodate the materials was required. The archives are rich with autograph material from the first of the Conquistadores to the end of the 19th century. Here are ? maps and plans of the colonial American cities, in addition to the ordinary archives that reveal the month-to-month workings of the whole vast colonial machinery, which have been mined by many historians in the last two centuries. Today the Archivo General de Indias houses some nine kilometers of shelving, in 43,000 volumes and some 80 million pages, which were produced by the colonial administration. Nº de ref. del artículo: 001105

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