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Macedo (Pablo) Collection of Mexican Notarial, Mining and Colonial Documents
MSS 0035  
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The collection contains 17th century Mexican colonial documents relating to land tenure in the Itzmiquilpa region of Mexico; inspection reports from Mexican mines dating from the late 18th and early 19th centuries; two papal documents, dated ca. 1805 and 1811; a handwritten supplement to a manual of Mexican agriculture, dated 1869; and an autograph letter signed by Pablo Macedo in 1908. The materials are written in Spanish. They relate largely to Mexican legal matters and mining interests, although other subjects are represented.
Pablo Macedo y González Saravia was born in Mexico City on February 1, 1851. His father may have been Mariano Macedo (d. 1869), a minister in the government of General Mariano Arista. A disciple of Gabino Barreda (1818-1881), Pablo Macedo became a lawyer and served as a professor of political economy at the Escuela de Leyes (School of Law). He was the author of La evolución mercantil; Comunicaciones y obras públicas; La Hacienda pública: tres monografías que dan idea de una parte de la evolución económica de México (Mexico: J. Bollesca, 1905). He died in Spain on December 25, 1918.
0.4 Linear feet (1 archives box)
Digital copies of this material are intended to support research, teaching, and private study. This work may be used without prior permission. The original manuscripts for this collection are held by Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego Library.