Account for fortification work in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1801

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Title

Account for fortification work in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1801

Description

Detailed listing, 1801, of the reconstruction costs for a major area of Puerto Rico's defenses, started 1767 by Alejandro O'Reilly, who was appointed by King Charles III as an advisor for the work on one of the Spanish Empire's most valuable ports. He initiated a twenty-year renovation effort, and the listing outlines the work for the forts San Cristobal and el Morro.

Creator

Del los Reyes, C. Manual
Patiño, Juan
Sedeñ, Thomás

Source

Collection of Spanish Language Manuscripts, Mss. 1.16, Box 1, Folder 15

Identifier

Mss. 1.16

Date

1801

Language

es

Type

Text

Has Format

http://hdl.handle.net/10288/18049

Is Part Of

Collection of Spanish Language Manuscripts

Scripto

Percent Needs Review

6

Weight

006094

Citation

Del los Reyes, C. Manual, Patiño, Juan, and Sedeñ, Thomás, “Account for fortification work in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1801,” W&M Transcribe, accessed February 25, 2024, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/4547.