DEFYING THE INQUISITION IN COLONIAL NEW MEXICO  Miguel de Quintana's Life and Writings

by Francisco A. Lomeli, Ed.

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Miguel de Quintana was among those arriving in New Mexico with Diego de Vargas in 1694. He was a notary and secretary to the Alcalde Mayor of Santa Cruz de la Canada and functioned as a quasi-attorney. He wrote poetry and religious plays. He had a conflicts with local authorities beginning in 1734 when he was accused of being a heretic. This started a personal drama of intrigue before the colonial Inquisition. Illustrated with Index. 6 x 9 size,

Co-edited by Clark A. Colahan. Foreword by Luis Leal

Product Details

Paperback 218 pages
Publisher University of New Mexico Press; (Albuquerque)
Published 2006
Condition New

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