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Va España packed into mule drawn wagons and endured a trek of nearly miles The anticipated three month trip became a nine month arduous journey The group of settlers entered the Villa de Santa Fe in New Mexico during the early morning hours of June Part I of the book provides historical context for organizing the expedition to New Mexico an analysis of the origins of the families an account of their journey and a detailed history of the three Frenchmen that were ordered by the viceroy of Nueva España to settle in New Mexico Part II offers a comprehensive.
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The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico'The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico' Recolonization of PDF #10003 is a monumental collaboration between José Antonio Esuibel and John B Colligan concerning the history and genealogy of a pioneer The Spanish Kindle group of sixty two families and three single Frenchmen who left Mexico City in September with the intention of being settlers of New Mexico one of Spanish Recolonization of Kindle #180 Spain's most distant frontier realmsOne hundred twenty four adults with ninety three children left the places they called home with their belongings in Nue.
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review Ø The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico · [KINDLE] ✽ The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico Author Jose Antonio Esquibel – Eyltransferservices.co.uk 'The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico' is a monumental collaboration between José Antonio Esuibel and John B Colligan concerning the history and genealogyHistory and genealogy of forty six families many of which left descendants in New Mexico such as the Aragón Atencio Bustos Casados García Jurado Jaramillo Negrete Jirón de Tejeda Mascareñas Molina Moya uintana Sandoval Sena Silva Valdes and Vega y CocaEsuibel and Colligan combed through numerous primary records to compile the history and genealogy as evident in the meticulous citation of sources The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico stands as a companion volume to 'Origins of New Mexico Families in the Spanish Colonial Period' by Fray Angélico Cháv.