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Catalog of documents in the Archivo General de India, Seville, Spain.

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The Sevillian archive, Archivo General de Indias, contained a wealth of materials on almost every conceivable subject in Spanish colonial administration and was the most valuable single archive on that field in existence. As of 1919, much material of the Spanish period relating to regions now within the United States was still found in various local archives. The report listed the pertinent files on California history in general and that of regions in the direct line of approach to California, especially Baja California and Sonora but also affairs of the easterly provinces of the northern frontier from Nueva Vizcaya to Texas.

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Internet Archives

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English

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Paper

Document Type

Report

1919 - Catalogue of Materials in the Archivo General de Indias for the History of the Pacific Coast and the American Southwest, Chapman

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