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Scope and Contents note
The Argentinean Jesuits Collection consists of eleven documents from early nineteenth century Buenos Aires, during the period of the return of the Society of Jesus and the South American liberation from Spain. The collection covers a variety of topics relating to the Society of Jesus in Buenos Aires. The first two documents from 1800 to 1802, relate to the Capuchin fathers in Buenos Aires. Several of the documents in the collection are petitions to the governing body of Buenos Aires, the Cabildo and the Soberano Congreso, asking for the return of the order. Two documents discuss Jesuit finances, including transportation costs for members from Europe to the Americas. The only letter in the collection discusses the Society's authority to ban distribution of immoral books. A document addresses the need for independence of the United Provinces.
- Begins 01/01/1817 No date found in GAMMS
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From the Collection: 0.20 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger Slim Document Case)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: Spanish; Castilian
2 AMs sheets, each folded once, by an unknown party discussing methods of funding the transport of Jesuits from Europe (Italy, Germany, Russia and England) to South America.
Subjects and Associated Physical Materials
FINANCES OF JESUITS: Other Types
ITALY - REFERENCE: Other Types
GERMANY - REFERENCE: Other Types
RUSSIA - REFERENCE: Other Types
ENGLAND - REFERENCE: Other Types
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