Materials related to the silver mining operations of the de la Maza family at the Real de Minas del Catorce, San Luis de Potosi,
Mexico. Includes publications, a map, and photographs of the mine and its surroundings.
Real de Catorce is a town in the Catorce Mountains, about 90 miles north of the city of San Luis Potosí, Mexico. It was founded
in 1779 and was known throughout the 19th and early 20th century for its silver mining operations. The de la Maza family were
early mine owners and developers and a prominent presence in the region.
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