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Bibliography for 16th Century New Galicia

Joseph et al:

Yes, the first two documents are at the Library of Congress. I have had a chance to look at them and have been able to build some pretty complex genealogies from the information in those volumes for a groups of families (Escobedos and Covarrubias) going back to the 1400s. They actually have a great deal of indigenous names in them as well...

Bibliography for 16th Century New Galicia

I have uploaded, in the books and articles files section of the new site, the bibliography of "Diccionario Biografico del Occidente Novohispano Siglo XVI" being published by the Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas. The series is authored by José Enciso Contreras and Thomas Hillerkuss.

Bibliography for 16th Century New Galicia

I have uploaded, in the books and articles files section of the new site, the bibliography of "Diccionario Biografico del Occidente Novohispano Siglo XVI" being published by the Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas. The series is authored by José Enciso Contreras and Thomas Hillerkuss.

Sánchez de Aldana

Anybody in the group a Sánchez de Aldana? I saw this message and got
interested in this Colonial Genealogist publication. Has anyone read a
copy of it? Well its a long shot but thought I'd throw it out there for
consideration.

Missing archives

Relaciones Geográficas of Mexico and Guatemala: An Inventory of Holdings at the Benson Latin American Collection

http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utlac/00056/lac-00056.html

Joseph, did you see this in the ArchiveGrid? I searched for our area, Tepetongo, and it is listed as far back as 1577. Wonder what it says? I wish I could go to that university in Texas and see.

Royal Lineages

Joseph,

That article you sent on the Aztec Emperors was part of several indexed in an AOL homepage that lists just about all the royal lineages that ever existed anywhere in the world---Roman, Egyptian, Arthurian, etc., etc. and their descendants. Very interesting. Maybe somebody can trace themselves back to Julius Caesar, the pharoahs, etc.

[Fwd: Emailing: azteckings]



Here's something Charles is passing on to the group. As should be our
norm we should take any leads we get from sources like this as just
that: Leads. Leads should produce a strong desire in us to confirm the
work by seeking the source material it was taken from and "seeing" it
ourselves.



. . .yeah yeah yeah I know I'm just preaching to the choir.



thanks Carlitos,



joseph







-------- Original Message --------

Subject:
Emailing: azteckings

Date:
Sun, 12 Mar 2006 11:21:29 -0800

From:
Charles Clark <cclark98@pacbell.net>

To:
Joseph Puentes <makas@nc.rr.com>

CC:
Rosalinda M Ruiz <lareina2@ix.netcom.com>




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Joseph:
 
Here is something for the group to
look at.
 
Sincerely,
 
Charles Clark

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Josie. . .some interesting Zacatecas, Zacatecas info

you're in Texas. . .maybe one day when you have time you could browse
through this collection to see if there is anything about our families
here:



Archivo
del Colegio de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas, records
relating to Mexico and Texas, 1766-1885 (bulk 1766-1779).

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