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New book by Nicolas de Anda Sanchez regarding Teocaltiche, Jalisco

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By Rose Hardy - Posted on 19 August 2006

Nicolas has just published his latest book "Historia de Teocaltiche Pueblo de La Region Caxcana Nueva Galicia-Zona de Los Altos de Jalisco". This book covers the history of area as well as naming well known families in the Teocaltiche area.

He mentions owners of haciendas and ranchos. He lists the ranchos in the district of Teocaltiche which includes: Agua Blanca, Aguegotita, Alaznas, Alconero, Anoria, Atepoca de Arriba, Atepoca de Abajo, Atotonilco, Belen, Bocadito, Buenavista Calera, Calerita, Canada del Mezquite,Canada Grande, Cienega de los Tejedas, Cofradia, Custique, El Catalan, El Refugio, El Santo, El Tablero, Gavilan, Haciendita, Jabonera, Las Animas, Las Trojes, Los Amoles, Los Carrillo, Los Gregorios, Mascua, Mendocina, Morisco, Nangue, Parras, Paso de Canas, Pedregoso, Pueblito, Puera de Cornejo, Rancho Viejo, Rincon de Abajo, Rincon del Zapatero, Rio Chico, Salitre, San Antonio, San Marcos, Santa Barbara, Tequesquite de Abajo, Tequesquite de Arriba, Villita de Ornelas.

He has a list of Ranchos in Mexticacan and Paso de Sotos also.

My research partner David Valdez y Marquez and I are also listed in Nicolas' bibiliography. Dave had shared information with Nicolas during our findings while extracting information from films in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes and Teocaltiche, Jalisco. Needless to say Dave and I found out we are also related to Nicolas about 11 generations back.

I have contacted George Farias at Borderlands Bookstore in order to obtain a copy of this new book. George also sells Nicolas' other two books covering Teocaltiche, Jalisco.

http://www.borderlandsbooks.com/index.asp

About the author:

http://www.teocaltiche.gob.mx/comunidad/personajes/nicolasdeandasanchez01.htm

Rosanne Gonzales-Hardy
Fresno, CA

Rosanne,
I checked out the "borderland books," website that you noted, but did not
locate any books written by Nicolás de Anda Sanchez. Are Mr. Sanchez'
books only available by contacting George Farias?
Pat Silva Corbera
Tracy CA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rose Hardy"
To:
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2006 10:56 PM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] New book by Nicolas de Anda Sanchez
regardingTeocaltiche, Jalisco

>
> Nicolas has just published his latest book "Historia de Teocaltiche Pueblo
> de La Region Caxcana Nueva Galicia-Zona de Los Altos de Jalisco". This
> book covers the history of area as well as naming well known families in
> the Teocaltiche area.
>
> He mentions owners of haciendas and ranchos. He lists the ranchos in the
> district of Teocaltiche which includes: Agua Blanca, Aguegotita, Alaznas,
> Alconero, Anoria, Atepoca de Arriba, Atepoca de Abajo, Atotonilco, Belen,
> Bocadito, Buenavista Calera, Calerita, Canada del Mezquite,Canada Grande,
> Cienega de los Tejedas, Cofradia, Custique, El Catalan, El Refugio, El
> Santo, El Tablero, Gavilan, Haciendita, Jabonera, Las Animas, Las Trojes,
> Los Amoles, Los Carrillo, Los Gregorios, Mascua, Mendocina, Morisco,
> Nangue, Parras, Paso de Canas, Pedregoso, Pueblito, Puera de Cornejo,
> Rancho Viejo, Rincon de Abajo, Rincon del Zapatero, Rio Chico, Salitre,
> San Antonio, San Marcos, Santa Barbara, Tequesquite de Abajo, Tequesquite
> de Arriba, Villita de Ornelas.
>
> He has a list of Ranchos in Mexticacan and Paso de Sotos also.
>
> My research partner David Valdez y Marquez and I are also listed in
> Nicolas' bibiliography. Dave had shared information with Nicolas during
> our findings while extracting information from films in Aguascalientes,
> Aguascalientes and Teocaltiche, Jalisco. Needless to say Dave and I found
> out we are also related to Nicolas about 11 generations back.
>
> I have contacted George Farias at Borderlands Bookstore in order to obtain
> a copy of this new book. George also sells Nicolas' other two books
> covering Teocaltiche, Jalisco.
>
> http://www.borderlandsbooks.com/index.asp
>
>
> About the author:
>
> http://www.teocaltiche.gob.mx/comunidad/personajes/nicolasdeandasanchez01.htm
>
>
> Rosanne Gonzales-Hardy
> Fresno, CA

At the website Borderlands Bookstore, enter Anda in the search box and scroll down to 3/4 of the page when it full loads and these are the results:

Item #5068
TEOCALTICHE, La Importancia de Sus Hijos, Tomo I
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Nicolás de Anda Sánchez
Price: $40.00
Shipping: $3.75
Teocaltiche is located in the state of Jalisco near Notchistlan in neighboring Zacatecas. This book is a comprehensive profile of the municipality and its illustrious men and women. Includes biographies of artisans, historians, diplomats, empresarios, writers, clergy, lawyers, judges, etc., along with history and cultural information.Illustrated with black and white photos. Mexico City, 2003 2nd edition corrected and augmented, privately published, 310 Pgs, 7 &1/2 x 10&1/4, PB. Quantity:

Item #5067
TEOCALTICHE, La Importancia de Sus Hijos, Tomo II
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Nicolás de Anda Sánchez
Price: $45.00
Shipping: $3.75
Volume II of this outstanding set covers more aspects of Teocaltiche life and businesses, such as banks, libraries,cultural agencies,schools, theaters, haciendas and their owners, hospitals, etc. Also a section on surrounding towns such as Mexticacán, San Miguel el Alto, Valle de Guadalupe and Villa Hidalgo. Mexico City, 1999 privately published 1st Ed., 446 Pgs., 7&1/4 x 10&1/4, PB.Quantity:

I know of no other bookseller in the U.S. that sells Nicolas' books as my research collegue, Dave had introduced Nicolas to George Farias- the owner of Borderlands Bookstore.

Rose Hardy

Thank you Rose,

Rancho Jabonera, Nochistlan, Zacatecas is where my mother-in-law was born.
It would be nice to have a book that references that area. I'll place my
order with George.
Sincerely,
Pat Silva Corbera
Tracy CA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rose Hardy"
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Nicolas de Anda Sanchez books at
BorderlandsBookstore

>
> At the website Borderlands Bookstore, enter Anda in the search box and
> scroll down to 3/4 of the page when it full loads and these are the
> results:
>
>
> Item #5068
> TEOCALTICHE, La Importancia de Sus Hijos, Tomo I
> MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
> Author: Nicolás de Anda Sánchez
> Price: $40.00
> Shipping: $3.75
> Teocaltiche is located in the state of Jalisco near Notchistlan in
> neighboring Zacatecas. This book is a comprehensive profile of the
> municipality and its illustrious men and women. Includes biographies of
> artisans, historians, diplomats, empresarios, writers, clergy, lawyers,
> judges, etc., along with history and cultural information.Illustrated with
> black and white photos. Mexico City, 2003 2nd edition corrected and
> augmented, privately published, 310 Pgs, 7 &1/2 x 10&1/4, PB. Quantity:
>
>
> Item #5067
> TEOCALTICHE, La Importancia de Sus Hijos, Tomo II
> MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
> Author: Nicolás de Anda Sánchez
> Price: $45.00
> Shipping: $3.75
> Volume II of this outstanding set covers more aspects of Teocaltiche life
> and businesses, such as banks, libraries,cultural agencies,schools,
> theaters, haciendas and their owners, hospitals, etc. Also a section on
> surrounding towns such as Mexticacán, San Miguel el Alto, Valle de
> Guadalupe and Villa Hidalgo. Mexico City, 1999 privately published 1st
> Ed., 446 Pgs., 7&1/4 x 10&1/4, PB.Quantity:
>
> I know of no other bookseller in the U.S. that sells Nicolas' books as my
> research collegue, Dave had introduced Nicolas to George Farias- the owner
> of Borderlands Bookstore.
>
> Rose Hardy

Hello,

I´m interested in buying some of the borderlands bookstore titles, but I live in Mexico and don´t know if they sell to Mexico, or just in the US. Do you have any idea about this?

Best Regards
Jose Humberto Suarez Villarreal

Jose,

If you go to the website of Borderlands Bookstore- there is a link to contact George Farias. You can e-mail him directly with your question. In fact I just received a response back from George tonight and he will be contacting Nicolas about his new book and ordering some copies.

Sincerely,

Rose Hardy (Rosanne Gonzales-Hardy)
Fresno, CA

I live in the Inland Empire of Southern California. My grandfather and all of his siblings fled (because of the Mexican Revolution)Teocaltiche in 1917 for Peach Springs, Arizona and ultimately permanently settling in Needles, CA.
We were told they all fled because they were forced to make saddles and other leather goods such as holsters for Pancho Villa's "Posse." I know from reading history now that General Carranza had orders to kill any Villa symphathizers..I do not know if he is the culprit, other than they fled for their lives under threat of harm.
I just bought and recieved Nicolas Sanchez De Anda's book: "Teocaltiche: La Importancia De Sus Hijos."

I have a small book I bought in 1997 while visitng Teocaltiche, same author, "Teocaltiche: Tierra de Arrieros Y Hacendados Con Familias Ilustres." I bought it from the town cronista who is also the author's uncle?

Page 25 list my great grandfather Mauro Rodriguez as one of the most well known Talabarteros-leathercraftsmen of the present and last century.

Interestingly, I have met on two occasions young women who are Rodriguez from the same town with the same history of leathercraftsmen in ther family history. They are, however, recent immigrants with closer ties to their history. I am the lost tribe I guess. I was treated as a real surpise when I asked the cronista for information on the Rodriguez who were leather craftsmen in town named Rodriguez. First, I was told I could not be from that family, so I said fine give me the other Rodriguezes. No no other just us.

I would like to share this tie with Nicolas De Anda. I mean 80 years of a gap and finding each other just randomly in town. It would be fun to document the tie.
Other names were included as working in thie craft: Aguilera, Arroyo, Garcia, Gonzalez, Rameriz, Sandoval, Rodriguez-Ruiz.

Are any of you out there?

Sylvia Rodriguez Robles

Hi, Sylvia..my name is Raul Santana Cristerna Luna, originally from Needles, Ca. My grandfather came here under the same circumstances as your grandpa. My grandpa was Antonio Santana from Jerez, Zac. His real name was Paulino Acuna Cardenas Cristerna. He settled in Needles, Ca. and ran Santana's Market. His first business was a cantina. Could you tell me more about your Rodriquez family in Needles. I had an uncle named Mauro Rodriquez that lived in Needles and settled in Barstow and died there. Seems like there was a Rodriquez family that ran a meat market on Broadway in Needles...Saludos, Raul Luna

SylviaRodriguezRobles wrote:
I live in the Inland Empire of Southern California. My grandfather and all of his siblings fled (because of the Mexican Revolution)Teocaltiche in 1917 for Peach Springs, Arizona and ultimately permanently settling in Needles, CA.
We were told they all fled because they were forced to make saddles and other leather goods such as holsters for Pancho Villa's "Posse." I know from reading history now that General Carranza had orders to kill any Villa symphathizers..I do not know if he is the culprit, other than they fled for their lives under threat of harm.
I just bought and recieved Nicolas Sanchez De Anda's book: "Teocaltiche: La Importancia De Sus Hijos."

I have a small book I bought in 1997 while visitng Teocaltiche, same author, "Teocaltiche: Tierra de Arrieros Y Hacendados Con Familias Ilustres." I bought it from the town cronista who is also the author's uncle?

Page 25 list my great grandfather Mauro Rodriguez as one of the most well known Talabarteros-leathercraftsmen of the present and last century.

Interestingly, I have met on two occasions young women who are Rodriguez from the same town with the same history of leathercraftsmen in ther family history. They are, however, recent immigrants with closer ties to their history. I am the lost tribe I guess. I was treated as a real surpise when I asked the cronista for information on the Rodriguez who were leather craftsmen in town named Rodriguez. First, I was told I could not be from that family, so I said fine give me the other Rodriguezes. No no other just us.

I would like to share this tie with Nicolas De Anda. I mean 80 years of a gap and finding each other just randomly in town. It would be fun to document the tie.
Other names were included as working in thie craft: Aguilera, Arroyo, Garcia, Gonzalez, Rameriz, Sandoval, Rodriguez-Ruiz.

Are any of you out there?

Sylvia Rodriguez Robles

This is an interesting post. It contains enough history to intrigue
me; unfortunately, I'm not related. Marge:)

On Dec 9, 2007, at 8:42 PM, SylviaRodriguezRobles wrote:

>
> I live in the Inland Empire of Southern California. My grandfather
> and all of his siblings fled (because of the Mexican
> Revolution)Teocaltiche in 1917 for Peach Springs, Arizona and
> ultimately permanently settling in Needles, CA.
> We were told they all fled because they were forced to make saddles
> and other leather goods such as holsters for Pancho Villa's "Posse." I
> know from reading history now that General Carranza had orders to kill
> any Villa symphathizers..I do not know if he is the culprit, other
> than they fled for their lives under threat of harm.
> I just bought and recieved Nicolas Sanchez De Anda's book:
> "Teocaltiche: La Importancia De Sus Hijos."
>
> I have a small book I bought in 1997 while visitng Teocaltiche, same
> author, "Teocaltiche: Tierra de Arrieros Y Hacendados Con Familias
> Ilustres." I bought it from the town cronista who is also the author's
> uncle?
>
> Page 25 list my great grandfather Mauro Rodriguez as one of the most
> well known Talabarteros-leathercraftsmen of the present and last
> century.
>
> Interestingly, I have met on two occasions young women who are
> Rodriguez from the same town with the same history of leathercraftsmen
> in ther family history. They are, however, recent immigrants with
> closer ties to their history. I am the lost tribe I guess. I was
> treated as a real surpise when I asked the cronista for information on
> the Rodriguez who were leather craftsmen in town named Rodriguez.
> First, I was told I could not be from that family, so I said fine give
> me the other Rodriguezes. No no other just us.
>
> I would like to share this tie with Nicolas De Anda. I mean 80 years
> of a gap and finding each other just randomly in town. It would be fun
> to document the tie.
> Other names were included as working in thie craft: Aguilera, Arroyo,
> Garcia, Gonzalez, Rameriz, Sandoval, Rodriguez-Ruiz.
>
> Are any of you out there?
>
> Sylvia Rodriguez Robles

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