Notes: The laws enacted by the territorial legislature in 1897 and translated into Spanish. A scarce territorial imprint, especially in the Spanish translation. For many decades, the territorial and then the state government of New Mexico published most government reports in both English and Spanish. As artifacts, they demonstrate the importance of Hispano culture in the area. Relatively little research attention has been given to these publications, their relationship to the English-language versions, the often anonymous translators, and their financial importance to the businesses, often Spanish language newspapers, that printed them.
263 pages. Sesión Trigésima-segunda, convocada en la Capital, en la Ciudad de Santa Fe, el Lunes, día 18 de enero, 1897, y Prorrogada el día 18 de Marzo, 1897.
Edition + Condition: Very good in legal calf with blue and red spine labels stamped in gilt. This copy is inscribed by George H. Wallace, the secretary of the territory from 1897 to 1901. Old library perforated stamp on title page; no other library markings.
Publication: Santa Fe: Compañía Impresora del Nuevo Mexicano, 1897.
Item No: #305981