El Abraham de Nuevo México. La Exposición del diputado Pedro Baptista Pino
2012
Author:
Eduardo Garrigues
Editors:
Quorum
Synopsis:

A new bilingual edition of the work “El Abraham de Nuevo México”, published by the Foundation on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the enactment Spain’s first Constitution by the Cortes de Cádiz, including a facsimile version of the “Brief” offered by representative D. Pedro Baptista Pino to the Constituent Assembly.

NORTEAMÉRICA A FINALES DEL SIGLO XVIII: ESPAÑA Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS
2008
Author:
Eduardo garrigues López-Chicheri y otros.
Editors:
Marcial Pons
Synopsis:

A work showing how, had it not been for the diplomatic support, the financial aid and military action of the Spanish Crown the Original Thirteen Colonies would very likely not have been able to make it on their own.

LEGACY: SPAIN AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE AGE OF THE INDEPENDENCE 1763-1848
2007
Author:
VV.AA.
Synopsis:

Catalogue of the exhibition by the same name opened at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC in September 2007, jointly organized by the Fundación Consejo España – EE.UU., the Smithsonian Lanito Center and the State Corporation for Spanish Cultural Action Abroad (formerly SEACEX, currently AC/E).

LA ILUSTRACIÓN ESPAÑOLA EN LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
2007
Author:
G. Anes, G. Céspedes, T. E Chavez, J. Elliot, F. Fernández-Armesto, E. Garrigues, R. Manzanares, M.A. Ochoa, J.M. Pons Irrazabal, D. J Weber.
Editors:
Marcial Pons
Synopsis:

A work collecting the conferences on the crucial role Spain played in the Independence of the United States of America that took place in Madrid in 2006 in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of Benjamin Franklin’s birth.

LA HUELLA DE ESPAÑA Y DE LA CULTURA HISPANA EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS
2007
Author:
Borja Cardelús
Editors:
Centro de Cultura Iberoaméricana (CCI)
Synopsis:

Work covering the wide-ranging legacy of Spain and Hispanic culture throughout the current territory of the United States during the more than three hundred years of Spanish presence beginning as of Juan Ponce de Leon’s arrival in Florida.

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