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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Indigenous Census in 1670 Colombia Decree

Identifier: MSS-4330
Scope and Contents This broadside from Boyacá, New Granada, (present day Colombia) describes a 1670 follow up visit concerning an Indigenous man living with his mother originally reported in a census conducted thirty- four years prior. The broadside is signed by the magistrate Rodrigo Zapata who certified the details. Written in Spanish.
Dates: 1670-06-25

Whitman Family Papers

Identifier: MSS-4228
Overview The Whitman Family Papers contain correspondence, diaries, photographs, clippings, books, and memorabilia related to the members of this prominent New England family, particularly Jason Whitman (1799-1848), a Unitarian minister in Portland, Maine, and Lexington, Massachusetts; and Bernard and Minnie Hamilton Whitman, who lived in Brazil and Colombia in the 1870s and 1880s while Bernard worked in South America as an engineer and street railway builder.
Dates: 1830-1950