Juan E. Hernández y Dávalos Manuscript Collection A Calendar of the Juan E. Hernández y Dávalos Manuscript Collection, the University of Texas Library , prepared by C.E. Castañeda and J.A. Dabbs ( ; Independent Mexico in Documents: Independence, Empire, and Republic Vol. 1) Mexico : Editorial Jus, 1
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Statesman, political leader, and historian. Born 1792 in Guanajuato; died 1853 in Mexico City. Elected in 1821 as deputy for Guanajuato to the Cortes de Cádiz. Ministro de Relaciones Interiores e Exteriores (1823-1825). Established the Companía Unida de Minas and the first foundry in Mexico after independence (1825). Administrator of the estate of the Duque de Terranova y Monteleone. Member of the Poder Ejecutivo after the 1829 Plan de Jalapa, and Ministro de Relaciones (1830-1832) in t...
Epithet: Spanish admiral and diplomatist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000688.0x0000f1 ...
Priest, writer, statesman, revolutionary for independence from Spain. Born 1763 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; died 1827 in Mexico City. Mier entered the Dominican order in 1780, and by 1790 had his doctorate in theology and had been ordained. In 1794, Mier gave a controversial sermon on Our Lady of Guadalupe. As a result he was sentenced to ten years in exile and reclusion in Spain, forbidden ever to preach or hear confession again, and stripped of his doctoral degree. From 1795 to 1823 Mier suffere...
Politician, leader in the Mexican national congress. From the description of Receta pa[ra] curae el cholera morbus : de cuia virtud eficaz salgo you garante si se usa en el primer ataque de esta dolencia y no se la dexa progresar, [183-?]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 50156031 ...
Mexican priest and revolutionary. From the description of Trial proceedings of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, 1810-1811. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79455501 Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla was a Mexican priest whose early 19th-century rebellion against Spanish colonizers paved the way for the Mexican War of Independence. He is widely called the "Father of the Nation of Mexico." From the description of Letter to unknown recipient, 1810, November 13. (Huntington Library,...
President of Mexico; general. Born 1797 and died 1849 in Mexico City. Began military career in 1812; offices held include: brigadier general (1832); Minister of War (Dec. 1838); military governor of Jalisco (1841-January 28, 1843); Comandante General of Mexico (1841). Led movement against President José Joaquín de Herrera on December 14, 1845. Named interim president of Mexico on January 4, 1846; elected president by Congress on June 12, 1846. Paredes took command of the Mexican Army on June 2...
English statesman. From the description of Autograph letters signed (5) and letters signed (2) : [London] to Robert Southey and various correspondents, 1811 June 17-1827 May 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270858738 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Christ Church [Oxford], to Mr. Legge, 1793 Mar. 10. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270133346 British statesman and politician; Prime Minister, 10 April 1827 - 8 August 1827. From the descri...
First emperor of Mexico. Born 1783 in Valladolid (Morelia); executed July 19, 1824, in Padilla, Tamaulipas. Iturbide joined the army in 1800, by 1810 was fighting with the royalists, and by 1820 held the rank of colonel. In February 1821 he and Vicente Guerrero signed the Plan de Iguala and created the Ejército Trigarante. In August 1821 Iturbide and viceroy Juan O'Donoju signed the Tratado de Córdoba, ending the war and giving Mexico independence. Iturbide was proclaimed emperor in May 1822 b...
Mexican collector, bibliophile, and publisher of documents relating to Mexican independence. Born 1827 in Aguascalientes, Mexico; died 1893. Published Colección de documentos para la historia de la guerra de independencia de México de 1808 á 1821 . From the guide to the Juan E. Hernández y Dávalos Manuscript Collection, A Calendar of the Juan E. Hernández y Dávalos Manuscript Collection, the University of Texas Library, prepared by C. E. Castañeda and J. A. Dabbs (Independent Mexico ...
Carlos Eduardo Castañeda was professor of Latin-American history at the University of Texas. He was the author of Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1936. The Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, San Antonio, Texas, was founded by Franciscan missionaries in 1720. Secularization began in 1794, and the Mission was closed in 1824. From the description of Life in the old Mission of San Jose / by Carlos E. Castaneda, University of Texas, [1933?]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702...
Army officer elected president of Mexico in 1824. Original name: Manuel Felix Fernandez; changed name to show devotion to Mexican independence. From the description of Guadalupe Victoria correspondence, 1823 September 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981600 ...
Liberal Mexican national, signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, and ad interim vice-president of the Republic of Texas, March 17-October 17, 1836. From the description of Estate records, 1838-1844. (University of Texas at Arlington). WorldCat record id: 29376873 Zavala held various important posts in liberal Mexican governments including governor of the state of Mexico, minister of the treasury, and minister to France but was imprisoned and forced into exile on oc...
Political leader and interim president of Mexico. Born 1781 in Guadalajara; died 1858 in Mexico City. Gómez Farías practiced medicine in Aguascalientes where he was magistrate of the municipal government. Other offices he held include: deputy to the congress of Cádiz (1812), deputy to the first constituent congress (1821), senator for Jalisco (1825-1830), and minister of Treasury (Feb.-March 1833). In 1833 Gómez Farías was elected vice-president under Antonio López de Santa Anna. In 1833, ...
Secretary of war for Mexico. From the description of Letter, 1848. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122536945 President of Mexico (1851-1853). Born 1802 in San Luis Potosí; died 1855 on board the vessel Tagus en route from Lisbon, Portugal, to France. Other offices held: brigadier general, member of Tribunal de Guerra, member of Junta del Código Militar, Inspector of the active militia, Comandante General of Tamaulipas (1839), General en Jefe del Ejército del Norte (1840), ...
General and politician. Born 1785 in Lagos, Jalisco; died 1850 in Mexico City. Veteran of the Mexican War of Independence; aided the United States against the British in Carolina. Deputy to the national congress (1821). General Brigada de los Ejércitos Nacionales (1824). Comandante General for Chiapas (1828). Brigadier General and General de División (1832). Ministro de Guerra (January 8-30, 1833) in the administration of president Gómez Pedraza. Governor of Tabasco (Nov. 17, 1840-Dec. 6, 184...
President of Mexico, military leader. Born 1782 in Tixtla; died 1831 in Cuilapan. Guerrero began his military career in 1810. He was commissioned captain by José María Morelos before the attack on Taxco, was made colonel in 1814 by Juan Nepomuceno Rosains, and received the rank of general from Agustín de Iturbide. After Iturbide was removed as emperor, Guerrero was named General de División, and became a member of the Supremo Poder Ejecutivo which governed until 1824. Guerrero ascended to th...
Mexican revolutionary and diplomat José Bernardo Maximiliano Gutiérrez de Lara was born at Revilla (now Guerrero), Tamaulipas, Mexico, on August 20, 1774. In Revilla, Gutiérrez married and became a merchant, blacksmith, and property owner. Gutiérrez played an active role during the Mexican War of Independence, first encouraging revolution in Nuevo Santander and then soliciting aid in the United States. In December 1811, he met with Secretary of State James Monroe to discuss plans fo...
Epithet: President of Mexico British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000297.0x000203 Commander in chief of Mexican Army and President of Mexico during war with United States (1846-1848). Letter thanks Don Juan Valdivia for providing lumber and use of his estate for defense against possible Spanish invasion (1829). From the description of Antonio Loṕez de Santa Anna letter, 1829. (University of the Pacific)...