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New Granada


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New Granada

New Granada

New Granada

New Granada

Joanne Rappaport. The Disappearing Mestizo: Configuring Difference in the Colonial New Kingdom of Granada.

Postal Convention between France and New Granada, signed at Bogota, 31 January 1844

Postal Convention between New Granada and the United States, signed at Bogotà, 6 March 1844

Extradition Convention between France and New Granada, signed at Bogota, 9 April 1850

Consular Convention between New Granada and the United States, signed at Washington, 4 May 1850

Consular Convention between Chile and New Granada, signed at Santiago, 30 August 1853

Consular Convention between Ecuador and New Granada, signed at Lima, 1 August 1854

Treaty of Peace between Ecuador and New Granada, signed at Bogotà, 29 June 1846

Postal Convention between Great Britain and New Granada, signed at Bogota, 24 May 1847

Postal Convention between Ecuador, New Granada and Venezuela, signed at Bogotà, 24 November 1838

Colonial Baracunatanas and Their Nasty Men: Spousal Homicides and the Law in Late Colonial New Granada

José Ignacio Avellaneda. The Conquerors of the New Kingdom of Granada. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1995. Pp. xii, 275. $50.00

Convention for the Final Settlement of the Case of the Brig "Josephine" between New Granada and the United States, signed at Bogota, 16 May 1846

Treaty of Peace between Ecuador and New Granada, signed at Santa Rosa del Corchi, 29 May 1846

Provisional Convention of Commerce and Navigation between France and New Granada, signed at Bogotà, 18 April 1840

 

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A former Spanish viceroyalty in north-west South America that comprised present-day Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Venezuela.

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