• Archivo Nacional de Cuba collection pertaining to Spanish colonial rule in Louisiana and the Floridas, 1770-1911

    Transcripts of material found in the Cuban national archives pertaining to Spanish colonial rule in Louisiana and the Floridas. Includes correspondence of the Spanish governor of Louisiana, Bernardo de Gálvez, correspondence of British traders operating under Spanish protection, in particular William Panton, material concerning commerce and political relations with the local Indian tribes, Spain's part in the American revolution and relations with the newly ...

    • Contributor: Archivo Nacional De Cuba
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
  • Catalog Record

    Ledger of telegrams of the Spanish Consulate in Tampa, Fla., Catalog Record Only

    Ledger listing telegrams sent to Spanish ministers in Washington and Philadelphia, the Spanish consul in Key West, the Spanish consul and vice-consul in Jacksonville, and others. The ledger was apparently maintained by Pedro Solés. Also includes telegram (17 Apr. 1898) of the Spanish Consul concerning protection of Spanish citizens, and a photograph of a small vessel offshore. Collection open for research. In Spanish. Provenance: ...

    • Contributor: Spain. Consulado (Tampa, Fla.)
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1895
  • Catalog Record

    José de Gálvez letters, Catalog Record Only

    Visitor General of New Spain. Chiefly letters to Francisco Saavedra de Sangronis. Topics include the Battle of Pensacola and Spanish operations against the British during the American Revolution. Collection open for research. In Spanish. Provenance: Gift of Jay I. Kislak Foundation. DLC 21 items.

    • Contributor: Gálvez, José De
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1780
  • Catalog Record

    Disputados secretarios de las Cortes Generales y Extraordinario, Catalog Record Only

    Spanish minister of foreign affairs. Confidential reports written as minister of foreign affairs. Topics include the U.S. annexation of West Florida, diplomatic relations, authorization of the president by Congress, threats of revolt at Baton Rouge, and the actions of various consuls. Persons represented include James Madison, James Monroe, Luis de Onís, and Spanish consuls Juan Bautista Bernabéu (Baltimore) , Pablo Chacon (Alexandria), and Diego ...

    • Contributor: Labrador, Pedro Gómez Havelo
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1812