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Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/57; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 262-263, 268-269, 272-277, 279-280.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/58; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 281, 283-298.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/59; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 302-323.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/60; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 324-337.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/52; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 161-171, 173-178.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/48; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/53; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 181-200.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/54; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 201-220.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/44; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 3-21.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/43; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band.
     Reel: 25

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Source Citation: Latin American History and Culture: Series 1: Parts 1-7: The Yale University Collection of Latin American Manuscripts

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