Suplemento al Centinela

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Communication from Anastasio Sierra defending the right of Tamaulipas to be a state. This communication is written on the back of the document in the bottom right corner; this document is printed as a "Suplemento al Centinela."

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[2] p. ; 30 cm.

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Creator: Unknown. February 7, 1824.

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  • Main Title: Suplemento al Centinela
  • Added Title: Communication from Anastasio Sierra

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Communication from Anastasio Sierra defending the right of Tamaulipas to be a state. This communication is written on the back of the document in the bottom right corner; this document is printed as a "Suplemento al Centinela."

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[2] p. ; 30 cm.

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  • Centinela, February 7, 1824. Number 11.

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Spanish Archives of Laredo

Covering 1749-1872, these handwritten official documents contain records of boundary surveys; land allotments; Indian raids; church, school, and social development; royal decrees and edicts; local laws and ordinances; civil and criminal litigation; census, tax, and trade statistics; and wills and estate settlements.

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  • February 7, 1824

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Suplemento al Centinela, article, February 7, 1824; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth869134/: accessed December 13, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library.