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Hispanic Local History and Genealogy in the United States: Selected Titles at The Library of Congress

XIX. Miscellaneous

  • International Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa.
    Asiatic Migrations in Latin America: XXX. Luz M. Martínez Montiel, editor. 1a ed. México, D.F.: Colegio de México, 1981. 186 p. Ill.
    LC call number: F1419 .A84 I57 1976
    LC control number: 83138646
    Catalog Record
    A study of immigration to Latin America of Chinese, Japanese, Asian Jews, Arabs, and East Indians. In some instances the focus is on specific countries, provinces, or cities. Many statistics, some lists of settlers, especially Japanese, copious notes and bibliographies for each of the twelve chapters. Three maps showing principal concentration of Chinese, Japanese, and Middle Eastern settlement in Mexico.

  • Lohmann Villena, Guillermo.
    Los americanos en las órdenes nobiliarias. Preámbulo de Francisco de Solano. 2 vols. 2a. ed. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1993.
    LC call number: CR5819 .L64 1993
    LC control number: 95176107
    Catalog Record
    Abstracts of background investigations of applicants for membership in the orders of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, Montesa, Carlos III, and Malta. Begins with the 16th century, traces each family back to all four grandparents and in some cases further. For each name investigations were made in many cities of Spain and Spanish America.

  • Platt, Lyman De.
    Latin American census records. 2nd ed., rev. & enl. Salt Lake City, Utah (P.O. Box 2650, Salt Lake City 84110-2650): Instituto Genealógico e Histórico Latinoamericano, 1989. 151 p.
    LC call number: Z5313 .L37 P57 1989
    LC control number: 92125907
    Catalog Record
    List of censuses of Spanish territories including California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Puerto Rico, and some other Latin American regions beginning in 1768. These censuses are available on microfilm at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of California at Berkeley and soon at the Genealogical Society of Utah. Repository of original manuscripts is indicated for most.

  • Rogberg, Martin.
    Svenskar i Latinamerika; pionjäröden och nutida insatser. [Stockholm]: Lindqvist, [1954]. 134 p. Ills., ports., maps.
    LC call number: F1419 .S8 R6
    LC control number: a 55002153
    Catalog Record
    History of Swedish activity in Latin America and some colonization in the 19th and 20th centuries. Illustrated with photographs. Text names many individuals. No name index.

  • Vargas Ugarte, Rubén.
    Jesuitas peruanos desterrados a Italia. Lima: [La Prensa, empresa periodística, s.a.], 1934. xiv, 231 p.
    LC call number: BX3737 .V3
    LC control number: 38012143
    Catalog Record
    The Jesuits were expelled from Peru in 1767.

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