CIRCULO DE ITURBIDE THE ITURBIDE CIRCLE
El Circulo de Iturbide es un pequeño grupo internacional dedicado al estudio del Emperador
Agustín de Iturbide, el autor de la Independencia de
México y su primer gobernante como nación Independiente.
El Circulo de Iturbide también estudia la familia y
los descencientes del Emperador.
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The Iturbide Circle is small, international group dedicated to the study of Emperor Agustin Iturbide, the author of Mexico's independence and her first post-independence ruler. The Iturbide Circle also studies the family and descendents of the Emperor.
We have recently relaunched this Iturbide Circle website in this new location because of problems with our service provider at the previous location. Sorry for any inconvenience. Please update your links.
Imperial House of Iturbide
- The Imperial House of Mexico: The House of Iturbide, by Charles Mikos de Tarrodhaza, Teodoro Amerlinck y Zirion, and David Williamson.
- Descendents of Emperor Agustin I, by David Williamson (1991).
- Genealogical information about Emperor Agustin I. From Ramon Iturbide Guerra.
- Genealogical information about Nicolás
Fernández de Piérola Villen, a descendant of Emperor Agustin I. From Rodrigo de Piérola.
- Mexican Flag established in 1821 by Emperor Agustin I.
- Medals, Coins and Banknotes of the Iturbide Empire.
Emperor Agustin Iturbide
- Agustin de Iturbide y Los Mexicanos, par Martin Borboa Gómez (2001). In Spanish.
- The Plan of Iguala was Iturbide's scheme for Mexican Independence.
- The Treaty of Cordova recognized Mexico's independence from Spain.
- Annulment of Treaty of Cordova by the Spanish Cortes.
- Iturbide's Proclamation calling for public peace.
- Iturbide's Exile Decree issued by the Mexican Congress.
- Annulment of the Plan of Iguala and Treaty of Cordova by the Mexican Congress.
Empress Ana Marie Huarte de Iturbide
- This painting shows Empress Iturbide in her coronation robes.
- The diary of U.S. President Polk gives an account of his interview with the Empress in 1848.
- An obituary of Empress Iturbide was published in The Philadelphia Bulletin on March 25, 1861.
- Don Teodoro Amerlinck y Zirion raises some questions about the tomb of the Empress in a 1974 article. In Spanish.
- The Empress last lived in this house in Philadelphia.
- Empress in the Churchyard is a January 7, 1999 article from The Philadelphia Inquirer about the the ex-Empress.
Iturbide's Place in Mexican History
- Simbolos y Valores Mexicanos, par Martin Borboa Gómez (2001). In Spanish.
- The Atlantic Monthly magazine wrote, in 1860, a very interesting review of Mexico's political history, highlighting the unrelenting chaos of its republican period following the abdication of Iturbide.
Iturbide Research Inquiries
- Don Felipe Andres Maria Guadalupe Iturbide. Scholar seeks information regarding the decendants for Mexican Prince, Don Felipe, son of Emperor Agustin Iturbide.
- Iturbides at School. Professor at Valparaiso University needs information about the schooling of the children of Emperor Iturbide for a forthcoming book.
- Iturbide Land Grants. Doctoral candidate from Paris seeks information regarding Iturbide land grants in California and Arizona.
- Trade with Caribbean. Doctoral candidate in Mexico City seeks information regarding trade between Mexican Empire and the Caribbean in 1822.
- Army of Iturbide. Researcher in England seeks information on the uniforms of the Mexican army during the reign of Iturbide.
- Maximilian of Mexico. The story of Mexico's second Emperor is as tragic as that of her first.
- President of Mexico. The official website of the Republic of Mexico's President.
- Mexico On-Line. This site has many good Mexican history links.
- Almanach de Bruxelles. Offers information about present and former Sovereign Families of non-European countries.
- The Imperial House of Brazil. The last monarchy in Latin America.
- The Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia. A monarchy established by the Mapuche Indians in South America.
Para información en español se puede dirigir a el Círculo de Iturbide en México.
For further information in English, please contact the Iturbide Circle in the USA.
Established October 28, 1998
Relaunched January 3, 2000
Last update January 28, 2004