Gaspar Yanga was born around 1545 as part of the Gabonese royal family but he would go down in history as one of Mexico’s heroes. It’s not known when he was captured, but he was transported to Mexico. At the time Mexico was a large part of New Spain and had a very large population of […]  The post G...Gaspar Yanga was born around 1545 as part of the Gabonese royal family but he would go down in history as one of Mexico’s heroes. It’s not known when he was captured, but he was transported to…

Gaspar Yanga was born around 1545 as part of the Gabonese royal family but he would go down in history as one of Mexico’s heroes. It’s not known when he was captured, but he was transported to Mexico. At the time Mexico was a large part of New Spain and had a very large population of […] The post G...Gaspar Yanga was born around 1545 as part of the Gabonese royal family but he would go down in history as one of Mexico’s heroes. It’s not known when he was captured, but he was transported to…

Juan Roque arrived in Mexico as a slave but died a very rich and very respected man. Sometime prior to 1600 he arrived in the New Spain territory of Mexico. Roque is known less for his life in slavery and more for his role in the Black Catholic community. He is especially known for the […]  The post...Juan Roque arrived in Mexico as a slave but died a very rich and very respected man. Sometime prior to 1600 he arrived in the New Spain territory of Mexico. Roque is known less for his life in…

Juan Roque arrived in Mexico as a slave but died a very rich and very respected man. Sometime prior to 1600 he arrived in the New Spain territory of Mexico. Roque is known less for his life in slavery and more for his role in the Black Catholic community. He is especially known for the […] The post...Juan Roque arrived in Mexico as a slave but died a very rich and very respected man. Sometime prior to 1600 he arrived in the New Spain territory of Mexico. Roque is known less for his life in…

New Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Spain after the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 (not including the island territories of the Pacific Ocean).

New Spain after the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 (not including the island territories of the Pacific Ocean).

New Spain in 1800 | america » Land of Maps : http://landofmaps.com/

New Spain in 1800 | america » Land of Maps : http://landofmaps.com/

Mapa del virreinato de la Nueva España (versión 1). | Muestra la división territorial por reinos y provincias; y menciona algo de las intendencias.

Mapa del virreinato de la Nueva España (versión 1). | Muestra la división territorial por reinos y provincias; y menciona algo de las intendencias.

New England / New Spain: Portraiture in the Colonial Americas, 1492–1850 (Symposium)

New England / New Spain: Portraiture in the Colonial Americas, 1492–1850 (Symposium)

The Mapping of New Spain: Indigenous Cartography and the Maps of the Relaciones Geograficas

The Mapping of New Spain: Indigenous Cartography and the Maps of the Relaciones Geograficas

Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico (Spanish Edition)

Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico (Spanish Edition)

VIRREINATOS (Spanish Empire 1800) Nueva España, Granada, Perú y Rio de la Plata.

VIRREINATOS (Spanish Empire 1800) Nueva España, Granada, Perú y Rio de la Plata.

Mexico 1804, New Spain, United States, Antique Historical Vintage Map. Created London, Alexander von Humboldt 1769-1859. A map of New Spain, from 16 degrees to 38 degrees North latitude, drawn from astronomical observation at Mexico in the year 1804.

Mexico 1804, New Spain, United States, Antique Historical Vintage Map. Created London, Alexander von Humboldt 1769-1859. A map of New Spain, from 16 degrees to 38 degrees North latitude, drawn from astronomical observation at Mexico in the year 1804.

Anon. (New Spain) - Allegory of Pneuma or Divine Breath (second half of the eighteenth century).

Anon. (New Spain) - Allegory of Pneuma or Divine Breath (second half of the eighteenth century).

Espada Ancha Swords of Mexico and Spanish Colonial America The espada ancha or "wide sword" is a form characteristic of and unique to the northern frontiers of New Spain; that is, what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. Brinckerhoff and Chamberlain (1972, p. 74 - 75) postulate that these swords evolved in the early 18th Century from 17th Century Spanish style civilian or hunting broadswords whose 76 to 92 cm. http://www.vikingsword.com/ethsword/espadaan/

Espada Ancha Swords of Mexico and Spanish Colonial America The espada ancha or "wide sword" is a form characteristic of and unique to the northern frontiers of New Spain; that is, what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. Brinckerhoff and Chamberlain (1972, p. 74 - 75) postulate that these swords evolved in the early 18th Century from 17th Century Spanish style civilian or hunting broadswords whose 76 to 92 cm. http://www.vikingsword.com/ethsword/espadaan/

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