[Manifiesto o Memoria.]

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Document handwritten by Agustín de Iturbide, containing a summary of the Revolution as well as the establishment and end of the Empire.

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Iturbide, Agustín de, 1783-1824 September 27, 1823.

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Document handwritten by Agustín de Iturbide, containing a summary of the Revolution as well as the establishment and end of the Empire.

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48 leaves ; various sizes, mostly 21 × 30 cm.

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Document references: Alvarado; Pablo Anaya; José Rafael Andrade; José de Dios Arzamandi; Becerra; Brigadier Bravo; Carlos María Bustamante in Tehuacán; José María Bustamante; Calvo; Tomás Castro; Brigadier Cortazar; Calleja; [José de la] Cruz; José Domínguez; Echávarri; Echenique; Erdosain; Fagoaga; Felice Fernández; Manuel Fernández Aguado; Agustín Gallego; Casa de Gallegos; José Rafael González; Joaquín de Herrera; Miguel Hidalgo; Domingo Hoyo; Luis Iturribarria; Comandante Illanes; Juan López Romano; Juan José Machado; La Madrid; Mayogoitia; José de Dios Mayorga; Dr. Mier; Francisco de Mier; José Joaquín Morales; Negrete; Obregón; O'Donojú; Manuel Orio del Campillo; Adriano Oviedo; Conde del Peñasco; Vicente Rementeria; Pablo Sámano; Santa Ana; Luis Segura; Anastacio Seresero; Ignacio Sierra; Joaquín Sires; José del Valle; Luciano Velázquez; Juan Vélez; Guadalupe Victoria; Antonio Villalba; Lorenzo Zavala; Plan de Iguala; Spanish in San Juan de Ulúa; annexation of Guatemala; Plan de Casamata; conspiracy at Puebla; agents in Llanos de Apam; Republic of San Salvador; Cóporo; Durango; Guanajuato; Huamantla; Jalapa; Perote; Puente Imperial; Provincias Imperiales de Oriente; Condesa de Rul; Tulancingo; Valladolid; Veracruz.

Apparently original draft, in hand of Iturbide. Another MS copy of the Memoir, with footnotes 1 to 5 only, is in the Latin American Library, University of Texas (G 414 MS), with note by Ignacio de Betancourt, a previous owner. Still another contemporaneous copy, unsigned, is in the W. B. Stephens Collection (University of Texas (No. 954), with footnotes but no supporting documents.

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The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas, Austin contributed materials for the collaborative digital collection Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman, and Texas Revolutionary. Materials include correspondence or writings from Lorenzo de Zavala, Jose Antonio Mexi­a, Valenti­n Gomez Farias, Crescencio Rejon, General Adrian Woll, Baradere, de Valle, Gomez Pedraza, Vicente Filisola, and Carlos Maria Bustamente. This project is supported in part by Humanities Texas, the state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Iturbide, Agustín de, 1783-1824. [Manifiesto o Memoria.], text, September 27, 1823; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6723/: accessed July 31, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.