Ignacio Rubio Mañé

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Ignacio Rubio Mañé (Mérida, Yucatán, 1904 - Mexico City, 1988), was a Mexican historian. He dedicated his fruitful life to researching and writing on various topics in the history of Mexico. Along with Juan Francisco Molina Solís and Silvio Zavala is considered one of the most serious and distinguished historian of the Yucatán Peninsula. In 1937, he studied at the Harvard University Center. In the thirties, he worked as a researcher at the Carnegie Institution.

He was a member of the Mexican Academy of History for over five decades.

Some works

Among 31 books:

  • Monografía de los Montejo, (1930);
  • Los piratas Lafitte, (1938);
  • La casa de los Montejo en Mérida, Yucatán, (1940);
  • Archivo de la historia de Yucatán, Campeche y Tabasco, (1942);
  • Don Luis de Velasco, el virrey popular (1946);
  • Movimiento Marítimo entre Veracruz y Campeche 1801-1810, (1954)
  • El Virreinato, (1982).
  • El tratado Adams-Onis de 1819, (1987).
  • Diplomacia y fronteras entre Estados Unidos y España, (1987).

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