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Title Corografia de las misiones, que administran los misioneros del Colegio Apostolico de propaganda fide de la S[an]ta Cruz de Queretaro, in la provincia de Sonora, con los paises de las naciones gentiles, que tienen acia norte, y poniente
Document Type Map
Description Tracing made by Irving B. Richman, (?)1908 from an anonymous and undated late-eighteenth-century manuscript map. Shows area including Monterey, California, central Baja California, and the Colorado and Gila Rivers, but most detailed in Sonora and Arizona. Identifies missions, presidios (including the presidio at Tucson, established 1776), and Tohono O'Odham, Apache, Hopi, Pima, Yuma and Seri Indian villages.
Names Richman, Irving B.
Places Monterey, California, Colorado River, Gila Ruver, Tucson, Arizona, United States; Baja California, Sonora, Mexico
Keywords Spain, New Spain, settlement, white settlement, fort, army, government, missionary, Christianity, religion, colonialism
Theme American Indians and the European Powers; Indigenous Peoples of Mexico
Tribe / Nation
Culture Area California, Southwest
Language Spanish
Physical Description

1 manuscript map: cloth; 258 x 446 mm.


Additional Information

Scale c.1:3,350,000: 'Escala de 40 leguas Megicanas, por tierra [= 49 mm]'.

Original possibly in the Archivo General de la NaciĆ³n, Mexico City.

Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference VAULT drawer Ayer MS map 224
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue