Career[ edit ] At the age of 18, he began his historical research in the archives of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Monterrey. From , he worked at the Municipal Archive of Monterrey, where he later served as director. For this last post, he was named "Honorary Life Director" in For 7 years From to he taught the regional history of the northeast on "Arte A. Historian[ edit ] In , Cavazos enrolled at the Nuevoleonesa History Society, where he was president from to and permanent secretary until
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Nijora By the end of the colonial era, the reineros as they were known had obtained a certain stability and had established the city of Linaresconsidered the second largest city, located southeast of Monterrey. This historical account about Nuevo Leon starts of with the indigenous groups that lived in the region. Archived from the original on Economic crises struck the state like everywhere in Mexico, but again came remarkable economic growth in the s brought on by North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA has improved living conditions.
The impulse toward insurgency against Spain was rapidly suffocated in the region. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The United States Army begins the siege of Monterrey. The first years of the colony were difficult for the who were beleaguered by the Spanish Inquisitionindigenous tribes, and by several floods.
Historia Breve Israel Cavazos Garza. Carvajal and his followers, which consisted of more than sixty soldiers and outlaws, were reputed to have made a fortune capturing and selling Indian slaves. Check date values in: The combat with the ApachesComanchesrunaway Kickapoos and North American filibustererswhile brutal and inhuman, gave a great deal of experience to the Nuevoleonese militias, who defeated the Mexican Army in several battles. Cookies are little nuggets of information that web servers store on your computer to make it easier for them to keep track of your browsing session.
The majority of these were conversosethnic Jews converted to Roman Catholicism. Historia Breve Antonio Higuera Bonfil. Later the state received more arrivals of other Europeanssome Asians and those from North America settled down in the 19th century. However, arrival of settlers from all over Spain were present in upcoming years.
For example, at loot. Other books in this series. Republic of the Rio Grande: The previous settlement founded by Carvajal remained sparsely inhabited and was eventually depopulated. Finally the author studies the causes which made great industries take off and blossom in such a way that it characterizes Nuevo Leon up till now.
Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Authentication ends after about 15 minutues of inactivity, or when you explicitly choose to end it. Historia Breve Manuel Mino Grijalva. Nuevo Leon. Historia Breve : Israel Cavazos Garza : Also, it was the province which reported the highest proportion of people of Spanish and Criollo ancestry, as reported in the revillagigedo census, followed by Texas and Coahuila.
Jose de La Cruz Pacheco. The province eventually became a state of Mexico. They left no written records, so the recorded history of the region begins with the arrival of European colonists towards the end of the 16th century. Additionally, native tribes originating in the U. Views Read Edit View history. The Best Books of The response to the native invasions was ruthless. It took part in the Independence War, fought in the first foreign attack, in many other battles and uprisings, and above all in the Revolution, not only with its leaders and cavazox but with the collaboration of the entire society.
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