2 edition of Crónica de Santa Cruz found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|2||Publicação - Biblioteca Municipal de Coimbra -- 19|
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Finally, in 1918 Baroja dedicated to him a set of essays El cura Santa Cruz y su partida. Wikipedia citation Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page. From time to time he was reported back in Europe; as speculations about were on the rise in the late 1890s Santa Cruz was even reported seen in Spain.
Confrontational political milieu of the helped the Carlists to re-claim Santa Cruz, e. It seems that he also remained a Carlist; he corresponded with his old-time war comrades back in Spain and in a separate letter pledged loyalty tothough there are suggestions he also recognized.
Santa Cruz, 1870 Since his father had served as a Carlist volunteer during the and since legitimist sympathies prevailed among the rural Gipuzkoan folk, it is likely that Manuel from his youth was growing in an ambience strongly flavored with Carlism.
Although there was great support from many sectors excluding the Dominicans who objected to the founding of the Colegiothe physical structure was at first quite modest for lack of funds and later a stone house was built.
His exact position in the religious structure is not clear; in documentation available he is listed as "clergyman"; until the early 1880s he is recorded usually as administering baptisms, marriages and especially funerals, mostly though not exclusively in the location of King's Weston. Students trained in the Colegio were important contributors to the work of Franciscan in the creation of his monumental twelve-volume General History of the Things of New Spain, often referred to as the.
When approached by the civiles by the end of the mass Santa Cruz asked whether he could have breakfast and suggested that they have some chocolate with him.
His record falls into 4 separate strings: from April till May Crónica de Santa Cruz, from June till August 1872, from December 1872 till July 1873, and in December 1873, all separated by periods of taking refuge in France.
according to a contemporary historian the unit of Santa Cruz "was among the most efficient ones" when it comes to sabotage actions, Jose Andres-Gallego ed. After it was already a forgotten past which hardly elicited emotions; if so, they were much more ambiguous. according to later accounts of his guerilla subordinates already Crónica de Santa Cruz 1874 Santa Cruz declared he was no longer a military commander but rather a missionary, and took some preparatory steps for would-be service inBernoville 2000, pp.
The organisation strives to renovate the decayed San Ignacio church. It seems that Santa Cruz and the Jamaica Jesuits lived in extreme poverty, as the destitute and barren local Catholic community was hardly in a position to support them.
Santa Cruz does not elicit much interest from present-day historians. In early 1876 he met his king in but accounts differ; according to some Santa Cruz defended his wartime record, according to others he regretted his conduct and begged for mercy.
In 2008 a Basque band released a song which cultivates the Santa Cruz myth; it remains in public circulation with references to. A new kind of narrative started to emerge in Colombia in the 21st century. naming Santa Cruz " of Gipuzkoa", The Atenaeum 11.
oituko al dire euskaldunak irakurtzen", referred after Gorka Aulestia, The Basque Poetic Tradition, Reno 2000,p. the novel linked Santa Cruz to Rosa Samaniego, while in fact, the two commanders have never met•