Legal Mexican Manuscript Collection (Coll. 11)
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Atlalpopocate, Don Juan Cortes
Munoz, Don Benito
Tecuamacpaltentli, Don Geronimo
These five letters from Spanish colonial Mexico date from 1568 to 1597 and center around Don Gerónimo Tequamacpaltentli. The letters’ authors include Don Gerónimo Tequamacpaltentli, Don Benito Muñoz, Don Juan Cortés Atlalpopocate and a Spanish Authority from the Court of Philip II. The letters and documents discuss Don Gerónimo’s land titles and estates in New Spain, including Spanish Crown taxation issues. The letters also discuss Don Gerónimo’s military services and monetary contributions to the Spanish Crown during the conquest of Mexico over Montezuma. Last, the letters reference the mission of Friar Bartolome de Olmedo in Mexico and Don Gerónimo’s Catholic background.
The date range of this collection is 1568-1789.
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