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Cuadro Estadistico De La Parroquia De Sn. Martin Huaquechula (Mexico), 1853

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 5, Folder: 1
Identifier: id126303

Scope and Contents

A handwritten census table of the town of Huaquechula in the state of Puebla, signed at the bottom by a priest named Cura G. Mendez. It includes the population of Huaquechula and 22 nearby towns, occupations of the inhabitants, longitude and latitude, boundaries, climate, endemic diseases, and roads and their conditions. There are also notes which detail the priest's report on the condition of the churches in the area. The document was purchased in honor of Bruce Christian.


  • Creation: 1853

Language of Materials

From the Collection:

Spanish;Castilian Latin

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From the Collection: 1.00 Linear Feet