Jaramillo-Bent-Scheurich family papers, 1815-1952.


Jaramillo-Bent-Scheurich family papers, 1815-1952.

Summary: Collection consists of a broad range of materials from members of these three inter-related families from the area of Taos, New Mexico. Most of the collection is made up of land conveyances, wills, business documents, and correspondence. Includes a photocopy of Teresita Bent's handwritten account of her father Governor Charles Bent's assassination in 1847; land conveyances involving Maria Ygnacia Jaramillo; personal papers of Cornelio Vigil; a speech by L. Bradford Prince; business and personal papers of Aloys Scheurich; business papers of Adolph and Alexander Gusdorf; and documents concerning the Las Animas, Sangre de Cristo, and Maxwell land grants. Also within the collection are photographs a various family members, one photograph of Kit Carson, one photograph of Judge William Hayes Pope, and one photograph of Santa Fe circa. 1895.

.5 linear feet.




SNAC Resource ID: 7395321

Related Entities

There are 15 Entities related to this resource.

Bent, Charles, 1799-1847

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Pioneer merchant of New Mexico and first American civil governor of the Territory, 1846-1847. Virginia native and West Point graduate. In 1832, with brother William, established Bent's Fort in Colorado; then formed trading partnership with Cerán St. Vrain, operating in Santa Fe and Taos, N.M. Jan. 19, 1847 Gov. Bent murdered at his home in Taos by a mob resisting U.S. sovereignty. Manuel Alvarez, prominent Santa Fe trader and acting American Consul at Santa Fe, 1839-1846. From the d...

Scheurich family.

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Carson, Kit, 1809-1868

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Carson, a legendary figure in the history of the American West, was a various times a trader, trapper, military scout, Indian agent, and interpreter. From the description of Kit Carson papers, 1847-1923. (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37653498 Trapper, guide, Indian agent, and army officer. From the description of Kit Carson papers, 1842-1869. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79453501 Kit Carson, a legendary figure in the history of the Ame...

Gusdorf, Alexander, 1848-

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Merchant, of Taos, N.M. From the description of Papers, 1866-1926. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70925049 ...

Friedman, Julius

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Pope, William Hayes.

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Bent, Teresita.

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Gutmann, Adolf, 1819-1882

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Scheurich, Aloys.

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Jaramillo family.

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Gusdorf, Adolph.

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Jaramillo, Maria Ygnacia.

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Vigil, Cornelio.

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Prince, L. Bradford (Le Baron Bradford), 1840-1922

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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...

Bent family.

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