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The Relation Between Love and Baeza

Description: Research paper written by Christy Baeza about her ancestors in Mexico. It covers the interesting story about the birth and life of Manuela Baeza. It includes family trees for the Baeza family and the Love family. This paper was written for an American History class at Marfa High School in 1975.
Date: 1975
Creator: Baeza, Christy
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Correspondence between Francisco de la Garza and Alberto Maynez]

Description: Correspondence between Francisco de la Garza, alcalde in Laredo, and Alberto Maynez. The first letter is from Maynez, dated March 24, 1824, and says José Ronquillo admits to his debt to Juan Ramos and will pay the debt as soon as possible. de la Garza's response follows the original message and is dated June 5, 1824.
Date: 1824-06~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Copy of an Official Communication from Nemesio Salsedo Regarding Military Actions]

Description: Copy of an official communication from Nemesio Salsedo giving notice that troops from Laredo and a large group of Lipans attacked Comanches. According to the rest of the document Salsedo requests that proper dispositions be taken to prevent further attacks and maintain peace with Indians to the North and West.
Date: 1804-09-20?
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Statements from Pedro Marca de Allande y Saovedra]

Description: Statements from Pedro Marca de Allande y Saovedra showing that several places gave assistance to José Ignacio Ronquillo and his men.
Date: 1822-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

Oral History Interview with Reverend Matias Garcia Rodriguez, January 16, 1998

Description: Interview with Matias Garcia Rodriguez, the reverend for Calvary Baptist Church, from Kerrville, Texas. Rev. Rodriguez discusses the history of Mexico as it relates to Texan history, including stories about his great-grandfather, Jose Policarpo "Polly" Rodriguez, an early pioneer of the Texas Hill Country. He goes through his own family history, family stories, his service in WWII, his education, and the people and places in Kerrville.
Date: 1998
Creator: Rector, William & Rodriguez, Matias Garcia
Partner: Kerr County Historical Commission