HISTORIA GENEALOGICA DE LOS TITULOS REHABLILITADOS DURANTE EL REINO DE ALFONSO XIII, TOMO VIII
Author: Margarita Zabala Menéndez
This is the eigt.gh volume in a series documenting the genealogical history of titles rehablilitated under the Spanish reign, 1886-1931, of King Alfonso XIII. Alfonso III was the paternal grandfather of The present King of Spain, Juan Carlos de Borbon. Alfonso formalized over 350 titles. This volume includes the Ducado de la Vega de la Isla de Santo Domingo, the Marquesados de Valero, de Valfuerte, de Uztáriz, del Vasto, de Valcabra, del Valle de Oaxaca, de la Vera, Condados de Ulloa de Monterrey, de Valdemar de Bracamontes, del Valle de Orizaba, and more. Handy Index. This is copy # 067. Pamplona, Spain, 2010 Ediciones San Martin, 8&1/4 X 11&1/2, 630 Pgs., PB
FRANCISCO DE TOLEDO, FIFTH VICEROY OF PERU, 1771-1779
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Franklin Zimmerman
Describes administration of colonial government by a key viceroy in South America, who perhaps more than others, laid the legal foundations of Spain's colonial policy. Toledo was the most outstanding figure in Peruvian viceroyalty. New York, 1968, 2nd pr., (ndc), 307 Pgs., HB.
B. TRAVEN: A VISION OF MEXICO
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Heidi Zogbaum
B. Traven, best known for his novel The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, was one of the most widely read writers of his time. He came to Mexico as an exile from Weimar Germany and developed a profound understanding of his adopted country in what have been described as "proletarian adventure stories." Zobbaum has crafted a compelling narrative that captures the spirit of Traven's most productive brillaint and eccentric years when he promoted a potent mystery concerning his identity. Wilmimgton, DE 1992 Scholarly Resources Inc., 1st Ed. 255 Pgs., 6&1/4 x 9&1/4, HB. Published at $ 65.00.