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    General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    I have heard that this place is kept under pretty tight lock and key these days. But I have also read that microfilm copies of the information do exist. Does anyone know where they are kept or if there is a digital version available to the public?
    American by birth, Texan by the grace of God.

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    Re: General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    want2skydive, contact Vox Veritas ( Claudio ) he may be able to help, he lives in Valencia and is an
    expert on the Archives !
    Ossy
    Son of Wolf

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    Re: General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    Quote Originally Posted by want2skydive
    I have heard that this place is kept under pretty tight lock and key these days. But I have also read that microfilm copies of the information do exist. Does anyone know where they are kept or if there is a digital version available to the public?
    Want,
    the AGI has 10% of the documents digitized and other 5% with microfilms, but the same digitized documents sometimes come in microfilms.
    I live in Seville, not Valencia.
    Cheers

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    Re: General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    This thread may help. See replies #7 forward and note #12...

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...c,98781.0.html

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    Re: General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    Morning sir,If you'd like to hookup here at home someday'let me know.Live off Henderson Pass,office in Selma.Have tons of pictures,some artifacts,& my Gold Medalian I found at Cannon wreck site on 8-4-06.Coins & other goddies are kept in Sebastian.If you want a great little all around detector,I use a Fisher 1225X.Use it here at home,plus on beach.Put the control unit in Velco type bag I found at Wally World.hangs on belt behind my back & away we go.Also own a CZ20,1280x & Impulse.We also acquired a J.W.Fisher Pulse 8(freebee)late last year.Thing weighs a ton.Never got to use it in water yet.Have great weekend,just love these 30 degrees morning & 80 degree afternoons.No where else but Texas.Tom

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    Re: General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain

    Sorry Claudio !
    Ossy
    Son of Wolf

 

 

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