Mauro Montoya Collection, 1709-1949
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L. Bradford Prince served as Chief Justice of the New Mexico Territorial Supreme Court (1879-1888) and as Governor of the Territory of New Mexico (1889-1893). He was also an historian who served on the Board of Regents for the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (1902) and as President of the Historical Society of New Mexico (1923). From the guide to the L. Bradford Prince Papers, 1744-1922, (New Mexico State Records Center and Archives) Le Baron Bradford Pri...
Benjamin M. Read was a historian and lawyer, who served as a New Mexico legislator. From the description of Benjamin M. Read collection, 1704-1926 (1804-1854). (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37792168 Read was the secretary for the New Mexico Commission of Revision of the Laws of New Mexico in 1908, and collected a considerable quantity of material concerning the history of New Mexico and it is now at the New Mexico State Archives in Santa Fe. From...
Fray Mariano Payeras held the position of Padre Presidente of the California missions from July, 1815-April 1820. From the description of California missions report, 1820 Feb. 22. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 758678979 Franciscan describes all those men and women of the Franciscan first, second, and third (regular and secular) orders. Members of the first order include Friars Minor, Friars Minor Conventual, and Friars Minor Capuchin. All three br...
Antonio José Martínez was born in Abiquiu, N.M. in 1793. His family moved to Taos in 1804. Upon completion of his studies at the seminary in Durango, Mexico he returned to N.M., first to Tomé, then Abiquiu and finally Taos. Martínez, with others was responsible for bringing the first printing press to Santa Fe in 1834. The first printing press was primarily used to advance political, ecclesiastical, and educational agendas. Martínez is recognized as a champion of the common folk, a pastoral...