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Item #241
CARLOS THE BEWITCHED, The Last Spanish Hapsburg, 1661-1700
SPAIN & PORTUGAL
Author: John Nada

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Charles II was King of Spain, Naples and Sicily, the son and successor of Philip IV. Physically crippled and mentally retarded, his mother, Mariana of Austria, was regent for him and continued to rule after his majority. Before his death Charles named Philip of Anjou, a grandson of Louis XIV of France, as his successor who became the first Bourbon king of Spain and started the war of the Spanish Succession. Inside cover genealogy of paternal/maternal lines. London, 1962 1st Ed., 272 Pgs., (ndc) HB.
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Item #28199
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, VOl. 181, NO. 4, April, 1992
MISCELLANEOUS
Author: National Geographic Society

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Includes " Good Luck City, Vancouver," " The New World of Spain," " Blackwater Country," "The Simpson Outback," "Captives in the Wild," with Map of British Columbia-The making of Canada. Fine condition
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Item #28198
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, Vol. 176, No. 5, November, 1989
MISCELLANEOUS
Author: National Gepgrphic Society

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Includes, " Vietman, Hard Road to Peace, Hanoi, Hue, Saigon," "Finding the Bismarck," "In a Japanese Garden," "The Efe, Archers of the Rain Forest." Fine condition.
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Item #2013
VIAJES DE AMERICO VESPUCIO
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: M.F. de Navarette

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Part of a classic voyages series by the Spanish Publisher Calpe. Details his four voyages and includes 14 appendices of documents pertaing to his explorations.VG. Slight tear bottom spine. Madrid, Spain 1923 Calpe 1st Ed, 195 Pgs.,Spanish text, 5 & 7&3/4, PB.
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Item #841
HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF SAN ANTONIO DE BEXAR
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Jose Antonio Navarro

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Edited by Federico Martinez. The memoirs of Navarro center on the First Texas Revolution to free Texas from Mexico 1812-1813 published in 1853.
He describes himself as an " eyewitness" to the events. Navarro was an eloquent spokesman for the Tejanos and was a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. San Antonio, 2007 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society Repr., 47 Pgs., PB.
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Item #2159
THE PRESIDIO AND MILITIA ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER OF NEW SPAIN, A Documentary History, Vol I: 1570-1700
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer, S.J.

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First volume of the Documentary Relations of the Southwest Project (DRSW). Studies Northern Mexico in colonial times including the Chichimeca war, early rebellions in the Sierrra Madre, northern rebellions and the presidios. Shipping cost $4.75 ($2.75 regular shipping + $2.00 extra shipping). Tucson, 1986, 1st Ed. HB, 756 Pgs.
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Item #2160
PEDRO DE RIVERA AND THE MILITARY REGULATIONS FOR NORTHERN SPAIN, 1724-1729
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer, S.J.

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Philip V ordered an inspection of the presidios in the northern provinces which resulted in the reglamento of 1729. The study was capably done and documented by Pedro de Rivera Villalon. Includes Rivera's report to the Viceroy of New Spain, the Reglamento of Havana , the inspection, Alvarez Barreiro's map and descriptions. Tucson, 1988 ,1st Ed. HB, 367 Pgs.
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Item #28280
THE NAYLOR COMPANY, BOOK PUBLISHERS OF THE SOUTHWEST, 1963-1964
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Naylor Company

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This is probably one of the last catalogs by the Naylor Company of San Antonio, a great little press that was ahead of its time in publishing books about the Soutwest. It was located at 1015 Culebra a few blocks form the house of my wife's family on Texas Avenue. I was not too interested in history at the time and regret I did not have the foresight to buy many of the titles when the company closed. Provides a nostalgic listing of their publications with photos of the book covers. Good reference item. San Antonio 1963-1964 Naylor Company catalog, 6 x 9, 64 Pgs., PB.
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Item #28210
SURGIO DEL CORAZON, CEREBRO, Y BRAZO, Bosquejo Biográfico Commemorativo de las Boda de Plata, Apache Packing Company
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Author: Delis Negron

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A nice commemorative book on the Silver Anniversay of the Apache Packing Company of San Antonio, Texas, with data provided by Doña Dolores Muro de Lozano, wife of the founder. Contains photos of the founder, Mr. Cruz Lozano, and his family, and many key employees with their comments about the company. Also photos and narratives of operations. Very good condition. San Antonio, 1946 Artes Graficas, 1st Ed., Leather type binding, 8 x 11, 51 Pgs., HB.
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Item #28332
THE MARRANOS OF SPAIN, From the Late 14th to the early 16th Century, According to Contemporary Hebrew Sources
SEPHARDIC JUDAICA
Author: B. Netanyahu

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Marrano (literally swine)was a derogatory term for a Jew who had converted to Christianity. A more proper term is converso. Marrano also described those who lapsed back to Judaism, sometimes called Crypto-Jews, who were Catholic by day but practiced Jewish rites in secret at night. This is a scholarly text but readable as a popular work. The author is the father of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel. Ithaca, N.Y and London, England, 1999 Third Edition, Updated and Expanded, 5 &1/2 x 8&1/2, 302 Pgs. PB.
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Item #844
HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTION IN TEXAS: PARTICULARLY OF THE WAR OF 1835 & 1836
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Rev. Chester Newell

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First published in 1838 right after the Revolution. The events were fresh in history and the book states that it also contains the latest Geographical. Topographical, and Statistical accounts of the Country from the most authentic sources and has an appendix. San Antonio, 2007 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society Repr. * &1/2 x 11, 194 Pgs., PB.
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Item #7070
CROSSCUTS, An Anthology of Memoirs
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Author: Newton County Folk

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The title derives from the crosscut saw used in the Newton County timber industry. Contains 175 selections written by the senior citizens of the county,a gateway into Texas from the east after crossing the Sabine River. Some photo illustrations and prints. GD/GDDJ/slight tear. Austin, TX, 1984 Eakin Press 1st Ed, 356 Pgs., 5&3/4 x 8&3/4, HB.
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Item #739
IN SEARCH OF MY RIVERA FAMILY ROOTS, 1765 to Present Day
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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Contains color photo of Rivera Coat of Arms. A product of years of intensive research working with sacramental records in Mexico and in the U.S. The author's roots for this family come from Joseph Miguel Rivera and Eusebia Maldonado Solis, married on November 11, 1765 in San Gregorio de Cerralvo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Nearby were the mines of San Gregorio discovered in 1577 by Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva. Records are missing from 1577 to 1761. The family migrated to Cuidad Mier and Camargo, Tamaulipas and from there to the Texas counties of Starr, Nueces, Duval and Hidalgo. Immokalee, FL., 2010 Privately published 1st Ed. 8 &1/2 x 11, 39 Pgs., PB.
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Item #717
ARCHIVOS PARROQUIALES DE NUESTRA SENORA DE GUADALUPE DE REYNOSA, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO, MATRIMONIOS VOL 2, JULY 1, 1790 to JANUARY 14, 1811
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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This revised 2nd. edition contains the entry in the marriage book in narrative form,name of groom and bride, and both sets of parents, place of origin, etc. Over 325 entries. All names in this index are spelled exactly as they were entered in the original church register. One of the few genealogical works available on Tamaulipas records. Includes index by bride and groom. Immokalee, Fl Privately published 1st ed., 8 &1/2 x 11. 25 Pgs. PB.
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Item #736
LOS MARROQUIN DE EL VALLE DE SANTIAGO DEL GUAXUCO (SANTIAGO NUEVO LEON, MEXICO
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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This book is specail order and available only from the author. Call or E-mail for contact number. Santiago, Nuevo Leon is adjacent to Monterrey, and a very historical town. The Marroquin family there begins with the marriage of Nicolas de Marroquin married to Francisca Rodriguez, January 9, 1707. The book proceeds with marriages and baptisms up to 1991 with the author's family. Sources for entries are well documented. Immokalee, FL 2010 privately printed 1st Ed. 8&1/2 x 11, 40 Pgs. PB.
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Item #694
BAUTISMOS DEL SAGRARIO METROPOLITANO CATEDRAL MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON. MEXICO VOLUME # 3, 5-14-1731/2-22-1751
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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The first volume in the series did not note that it was Volumes 1&2, shown as our number 700. This volume #3 contains over 2,800 baptisms arranged in alphabetical order with the addition of the names of the parents. Immokalee, Fl, 2014 Privately Printed 1st Ed., 8 &1/2 x 11, 86 Pgs., PB.
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Item #700
BAUTISMOS DEL SAGRARIO METROPOLITANO CATEDRAL, MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO 11-29-1667 TO 03-21-1731
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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Baptisms extracted for the period showing Date, Race, Name of Child, Father and Mother in spreadsheet format. Contains over 3500 entries and contains a race classification chart. Immokalee, FL, 2014 Privately Printed 1st Ed., 8&1/2 x 11, 111 Pgs., PB.
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Item #712
MY FAMILY CONNECTION TO DON XTOBAL RAMIREZ
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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The author charts his descendancy from Xtobal Ramírez married February 17, 1733 to Antonia de Arredondo in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. Cristobal Ramírez Sánchez was the son of Antonio Ramírez Marquina and Theresa Juana Sánchez de las Casas. Antonia was the daughter of Patrisio de Arredondo and Phelipa Briseño. Cristobal was the grantee of porciones 17 and 18 in South Texas. Immokalee, FL, 2011 Privately Puiblished 1st Ed., 8 &1/2 x 11, 73 Pgs., PB.
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Item #711
CAMARGO, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO BAPTISMAL CHURCH REGISTER, 1764-1786
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Lee James Nichols

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Over 1,200 Baptismal entries for the period. Camargo is one of the early settlements on the Texas-Mexico border formally founded under the auspices of José de Escandon on March 5, 1749 by Captain Blas María de la Garza Falcón. Records the date, the name of the child, parents, and witnesses. Sometimes has additional info such as birth at a ranch. Includes a handy age name index. Immokalee, FL, 2013 self-published 1st Ed, SPANISH TEXT, 8 & 1/2 x 11, 123 Pgs., PB.
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Item #4994
REVOLUTION AT QUERETARO, The Mexican Comstitutional Convention of 1916-1917
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: E.V. Niemeyer, Jr.

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USED BOOK. This convention was formed for Mexico to come to grips with the twentieth century. it established the legal foundation of the Mexican Revolution and the constitutional bases for socioeconomic changes from 1917 to the present. This is the first book in English to study this important group. Illustrated. Fine. Small chip on dust cover top. Dedicated to the owner by a friend. Austin, TX 1974 University of Texas Press 1st. Ed., 6 x 9, 297 Pgs., HB
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Item #28331
CEMETERY AND CREMATION DATA OF THE COASTAL BEND OF SOUTH TEXAS, MARCH 3, 1988 -DECEMBER 31,1999
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Brooks Noel

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Contains cemetery and cremation data for the period from Pages 1-723. National Cemetery Burials of Veterans and Military Retirees and Spouses of the Coastal Bend of Texas occupy pages 724-735. This publication picks up where the "Cemetery Data of Nueces County" picks up by Dr. Charles A. Ward and Brooks Noel ends (1990). See our Number 28331. As published in the Corpus Christi Caller Times. Counties involved are Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Goliad(partial)Jim Wells, Kleberg, Nueces and San Patricio. Corpus Christi, 2000 Coastal Bend Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 735 Pgs. Three Inch Ring Binder.
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Item #6118
THE AlAMO AND THE TEXAS WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE, September 30, 1835 - April 21, 1836
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Albert A. Nofi

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The story of the Alamo was not an ethnic struggle but a revolt of Mexican citizens against a government which stifled local representation and crushed rebellion ruthlessly. A balanced account exposing myths. Conshohocken, Pa, 1992 1st Ed. HB, 221 Pgs.
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Item #836
MANUAL DE PALEOGRAFIA, Fundamentos e Historia de la Escritura Latina Hasta el Siglo VIII
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Author: Luis Nuñez Contreras

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IMPORT FROM SPAIN. This book focuses on early paleography up to the eighth century. Includes concept, latin paleography, methods, history, materials to write, abbreviations, the romance epoch, Roman writings in Spain, France and Italy. Recommended for scholars or libraries. Madrid, 1994 Ediciones Cátedra, S.A. 1st Ed., Spanish Text, 573 pgs., 61/2 x 9&1/2, HB.
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