The collection consists of letters, documents, and one map
(all in Spanish) which are papers assembled in 1794 for
the Conde de Revilla Gigedo.
Jose de Galvez, Spanish statesman, was sent in 1765 by
Charles III to New Spain (Mexico) as Visitador-General in
order to effect administrative and financial reforms.
Along with the new viceroy, Carlos Francisco de Croix,
Galvez undertook improvements, including the
reorganization of the tax system, the strengthening of the
northern frontier, and the Spanish occupation of Alta
734 pieces in 11 boxes
2 oversize folders
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