Ten handwritten and printed documents relating to the administration and taxation of Colonial Peru by Spain.
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Joaquim de Siqueira Coutinho was one of the founding faculty members of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, which opened in 1919. He taught for nealry 50 years at Georgetown, focusing on geography, geoplotics, and Portuguese. In 1955, he recieved the Distinguihed Service Medal from the Pan American Instutute for his efforts at promoting cooperation among the United States, Brazil, and Portugal.
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