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Politics and government -- Honduras

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Alberto Membreño Letter

 File — Box 3, Folder: 32
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(32)
Scope and Contents 1907. Writing from New Orleans to Jesús Ulloa in Puerto Cortes, Honduras, the future president of Honduras, Alberto Membreño, mentions the suspension of mail service to the interior and the unstable government of Honduras. 1 leaf.
Dates: May 1, 1907

David Leeson Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 29
Scope and Contents 1983.  33 black and white photoprints (11" x 14") taken in Nicaragua and Honduras by New Orleans Times-Picayune photographer, David Leeson, for a feature series of people associated with the conflict between the Sandinista forces and the Contras. A written description by Leeson accompanies each photograph.  Included in the collection is a poster with a map of Nicaragua.
Dates: 1983

Governor of Olancho, Honduras Communications

 File — Box 2, Folder: 20
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(20)
Scope and Contents 1846 Two handwritten messages from Francisco Verdy, the Gobernador Político y Militar of the Department of Olancho in Juticalpa, Honduras, to the authorities of Danlí, on regarding the payment of taxes on land and the other on the formation of a small armed cavalry as protection against a rebellious faction in Nicaragua. 2 pieces. 4 leaves.
Dates: January 26 and February 19, 1846

Manifiesto de General Terencio Sierra (1849-1907)

 File — Box 1, Folder: 9
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(09)
Scope and Contents 1898 Contemporary hand-written copy in English of the declaration made by General Terencio Sierra in Coray, Honduras upon his nomination by the Liberal Party of Honduras as the candidate for President. 8 leaves.
Dates: July 13,1898

Mexican Decrees Affecting Central America

 File — Box 2, Folder: 25
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(25)
Scope and Contents 1822. Three legajos of manuscript copies of decrees or official pronouncements of the Mexican Empire of which Guatemala and Honduras were provinces. Most documents were intended ultimately for Honduras, to be published, and passed through the hands of Gavino Gaínza or Dionicio de Herrera, some reaching Danlí, Honduras. Ds S. 35 leaves. quarto.
Dates: 1822

Mexican Decrees Affecting Central America

 File — Box 2
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(23)
Scope and Contents 1822. Three legajos of manuscript copies of decrees or official pronouncements of the Mexican Empire of which Guatemala and Honduras were provinces. Most documents were intended ultimately for Honduras, to be published, and passed through the hands of Gavino Gaínza or Dionicio de Herrera, some reaching Danlí, Honduras. Ds S. 35 leaves. quarto.
Dates: 1822

Mexican Decrees Affecting Central America

 File — Box 2
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(24)
Scope and Contents 1822. Three legajos of manuscript copies of decrees or official pronouncements of the Mexican Empire of which Guatemala and Honduras were provinces. Most documents were intended ultimately for Honduras, to be published, and passed through the hands of Gavino Gaínza or Dionicio de Herrera, some reaching Danlí, Honduras. Ds S. 35 leaves. quarto.
Dates: 1822

Robert Howard Claxton Collection on Central America

 Collection
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 112
Scope and Contents 1965-1992.  This collection consists primarily of Guatemalan newspapers and clippings from U.S. newspapers relating to events in Guatemala in the 1960's to the 1980's. Yet it includes similar material from El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Belize as well. This collection comes from the files of history professor Robert Claxton of West Georgia College in Carrollton, GA, who received much of the material from José Manuel Montúfar from Guatemala. The correspondence between the two, which is...
Dates: 1965-1992