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 Decade: 1820-1829
 Collection: Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 5, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 5, 1829]

Date: July 5, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: On the matter of the permit for Bernardo Zayago's 300 loads of tobacco. Jalapa, July 5, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, June 11, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, June 11, 1829]

Date: June 11, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: Nominating Francisco Xavier Savinon to the post of Commisary General of Guadalajara. Jalapa, June 11, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Manifiesto de Liorna.]

[Manifiesto de Liorna.]

Date: September 27, 1823
Creator: Iturbide, Agustin de
Description: Handwritten document in multiple languages which discusses biographical and political information from Agustín de Iturbide's notes.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Section of Diary of Carlos Maria Bustamente

Section of Diary of Carlos Maria Bustamente

Date: January 1, 1823
Creator: Bustamente, Carlos Maria
Description: Reference to: The Azayo (Azago) expedition to Guatemala; Battle of Plan del Río; banking house of Martoroell y Pla[]; bravery of the Yucatecans; project to buy cannon from the English; capture of Francisco Dita(?) in Chalco; Consejo de Guerra appointed; entrance into Alvarado; election of Archbishop of Baltimore; freemasonry; heresies; imprisonment at San Sebastián de Aparicio; inflation caused by paper money; money received by Herrera in New Orleans from Congress of Chilpancingo; money sent to New Orleans by Iturbide; Oaxacan grain exports to Europe; Oraculo de la Pitihia(?); Plan de Veracruz; proclamation of Guadalupe Victoria; prohibition of Bullfights; rebels in Totolapam; revolt in Tampico; Spanish agents in San Juan de Ulúa; troop movements to Córdoba; troops moved from Acapulco to Perote; tyranny of Iturbide; Consejero Almanza; Melchor Álvarez in Alvarado; Juan Pablo Anaya; Martín Andrade in San Luis Potosí; Arévalo; Padre Arias; Brigadier Armijo; Ignacio Arriaga of Otumba; Lic. Ascarate; Barbén; Manuel Basconcelos; Barragán; Lieutenant Barrera; Bataller; Nicolás Bravo; Víctor Bravo; Anastacio Bustamante; José Cadena; Joaquín Canedo; José María Carrera; General Cartuchera; Carrillo; José María Castrejón, Marqués de Bodegón; Colonel Castro; Eugenio Cortes; Dávila; José María Durán; Ignacio Esteva; Echávarri; Lic. Espinosa de los Monteses; Diego García Conde; Captain Garmendia; ...
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Vicente Filisola on the resistance of Tlalmanalco and Ameca

[Vicente Filisola on the resistance of Tlalmanalco and Ameca

Date: October 10, 1828
Creator: unknown
Description: Filisola, Vicente. [ C. of office to the Ministry of the War and Navy, accompanying another office by the command of Chalco on the resistance of Tlalmanalco and Ameca to contribute with the military services that to them were indicated. ] Mejico, C. certified by Manuel Ortiz de la Torre.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Manifiesto o Memoria.]

[Manifiesto o Memoria.]

Date: September 27, 1823
Creator: Iturbide, Agustín de, 1783-1824
Description: Document handwritten by Agustín de Iturbide, containing a summary of the Revolution as well as the establishment and end of the Empire.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829]

[Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829]

Date: September 30, 1829
Creator: Manuel
Description: Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829, referring to the triumph against the Spaniards. Reference to: Invention of Perinoll(?); charges against Zavala; passport of Poinsett; promotion of Lieutenant Colonel Palomino and Colonel Basadre; Santa Anna.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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