Ramo de Historia : 1522-1822

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Spanish
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmado por la Socidad Genealógica de Utah, 1993-1994
en 81 carretes de microfilme ; 35 mm.

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Microfilme de manuscritos en el Archivo General de la Nación, México, D.F.

Muchos de los vols. incluyen una tabla o índice de las piezas contenidas en ellos.

Ramo de Historia es una serie documental de la Sección Gobierno Provincial, Fondo Secretaría de Cámara, Unidad del Virreinato del AGN.

The "Historia" collection in the National Archive of Mexico includes copies of early conquest chronicles, historical accounts from the Vice-regal period, and other documents of an ecclesiastical, civic, military, and geographical nature.

Many of the vols. include an index.

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