José Ignacio Rodríguez Papers
Scope and Content
Correspondence, documents and manuscript fragments. This collection contains letters and documents of Rodríguez's clients related to appeals presented to the Joint Spanish and American Commission in an attempt to reclaim the expropriated property of United States citizens, including the island of Cayo Romana. There are also materials about the insurrectionary activity in Camagüey, such as the uprising on Joaquín de Agüero in 1851 near Puerto Príncipe.
- Rodriguez, Jose; Ignacio, 1831-1907. (Person)
The collection is open for research.
Lawyer. José Ignacio Rodríguez worked in Washington, D.C. with Cubans living in the United States whose property was seized by the Spanish government for supporting the Cuban independence movement.
0.01 Linear feet (84 items)
Language of Materials
Letters and documents of lawyer who represented clients whose property was seized by the Spanish government as retribution for their support of Cuban independence.
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Alternate Form of Finding Aid
This guide is available in Spanish at https://www.uflib.ufl.edu/findingaids/Spanish/msgroup306.pdf.
Alternative Format Available
- A Guide to the José Ignacio Rodríguez Papers
- Finding aid prepared by Dept. Staff
- March 2005
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- Description is written in English.
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