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Latin America

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A la Magnanima Nacion Mexicana

Identifier: MSS-4292
Overview One Mexican political broadsheet discussing events associated with the Pastry War that took place from 1838-1839.
Dates: 1838

Charles Hope Papers

Identifier: MSS-4215
Overview Charles Hope (1763-1851) was a judge and politician in Edinburgh, Scotland. This collection contains a cover letter and memorandum that Hope wrote to another Scottish politician, Henry Dundas, on October 22, 1804, proposing wartime strategies for British commercial advancement in Latin America. The memorandum is titled "Hints as to the Conduct of this Country, in the event of a Spanish war."
Dates: 1804 October 22

Emmett A. Parrish Photographic Album of Panama and Native Populations in World War II

Identifier: 2020-008
Overview One photographic album containing 137 black-and-white photographs depicting Emmett A. Parrish's life in Panama working as military radar technician.
Dates: 1943 - 1944

Mounted Spaniard with Two Indios Illustrated Manuscript

Identifier: MSS-4291
Overview One illustrated manuscript depicting a local elite, Don Carlos Guevara, and his family. The unknown author uses intensely vulgar language to express his disdain for Guevara, whose circumstances have recently changed and left him in poverty.
Dates: circa 1750

Santa Fe and Taos Trade Protection Decree from Ministry of War and Navy of the Central Mexican Republic

Identifier: MSS-4293
Overview One decree from the Ministry of War and Navy of the Central Mexican Republic issued to protect the Sante Fe and Taos trade in the New Mexico territory.
Dates: 1839 April 22