User:Gastón Cuello

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Si te interesa puedes visitar mi Bar del Atlántico Sur en Wikipedia en español.
If you are interested you can visit my Bar of the South Atlantic in Wikipedia in Spanish.
In memmorian: article of Matilde Vernet y Sáez.
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This user advocates the Argentine sovereignty in the Malvinas Islands.

Historic documents of the Malvinas Islands (uploaded by me)[edit]

French administration[edit]

French documents of the Malvinas Islands
Map of French colony in Port Saint Louis, 1764. 
First page of Observations Générales sur les îles Malouines (General observations of the Malvinas Islands) drafted by Louis Antoine de Bougainville in Puerto Soledad or Port Saint Louis, before the handover of the colony to the Spanish autorities in April 1767. 
Last page of Observations Générales sur les îles Malouines (General observations of the Malvinas Islands) drafted by Louis Antoine de Bougainville in Puerto Soledad or Port Saint Louis, before the handover of the colony to the Spanish autorities in April 1767. 

Spanish administration[edit]

Spanish documents of the Malvinas Islands
Report of the Spanish Governor of Malvinas to the viceroy of Río de la Plata abourt English ship Bristol Ruby, asking for water and food in 1765 (First part). 
Report of the Spanish Governor of Malvinas to the viceroy of Río de la Plata abourt English ship Bristol Ruby, asking for water and food in 1765 (Second part). 
Reception of the Spanish Governor of the Malvinas on order of the King of Spain on the prohibition that English ships robbed as in Spanish ports (including colonies) in 1765. 
Julián de Arriaga y Ribera letter asking to Spanish Government of Malvinas [Falklands] to ensure the not return of the british to the Islands. 
Royal order of Spain of 9 August 1776, reporting that London was the evacuation of Port Egmont and sequencing control that the British do not return to the Islands. 
Map of Port Egmont by Juan Pascual Callejas in 1776. 
Panorama of Port Egmont and the population, in 1780, during the Spanish expedition of Juan Pascual Callejas with Brig S.M. El Rosario for arson and razing buildings, refuge of British and American pirates, whalers and illegal sealers. 
Story overland trip from Sub-Lt V. Villa for West Falkland in 1783. He made the recognition of Port Egmont. The letter is sent from Puerto Soledad. 
Detention of nine English ships in 1790 in Puerto Soledad, Malvinas Islands. 
Sun's approval of expenses of nine British prisoners discovered by the Spanish fishing and hunting illegally in the Falklands. 1779. 
Note or the Spanish Governor of Malvinas (Pedro Pablo Sanguineto) to the viceroy Río de la Plata (Nicolás Antonio de Arredondo) informing of its activity of control on the Islands - March 4, 1791. 
Detention of the English ship Sally (from Portsmouth) under the command of J. Nichols, in the Islands in 1795 by Spanish authorities (First part). 
Detention of the English ship Sally (from Portsmouth) under the command of J. Nichols, in the Islands in 1795 by Spanish authorities (Second part). 
Report of the Spanish Governor of Malvinas about ship "Belén", that is not going to make patrol in the Islands in 1795. 
Report of the Spanish Governor of Malvinas on patrol at Port Egmont of the squadron of Ignacio de Álava in 1796 (First part). 
Report of the Spanish Governor of Malvinas on patrol at Port Egmont of the squadron of Ignacio de Álava in 1796 (Second part). 
Orders of the viceroy of Río de la Plata with respect as requested by the Governor of Montevideo with respect to vessel arrived in the Malvinas in 1796 (First part). 
Orders of the viceroy of Río de la Plata with respect as requested by the Governor of Montevideo with respect to vessel arrived in the Malvinas in 1796 (Second part). 
Response of the Commander of the Spanish Navy on the order given by the viceroy of the Río de la Plata on shipping of vessels to Malvinas in 1797. 
Review incoming Spanish Governor of Malvinas (Bernardo Bonavía) and outgoing (Ramón Fernández de Villegas) to the viceroy of Río de la Plata (Joaquín del Pino) indicating fulfillment of your order in 1802 (First part). 
Review incoming Spanish Governor of Malvinas (Bernardo Bonavía) and outgoing (Ramón Fernández de Villegas) to the viceroy of Río de la Plata (Joaquín del Pino) indicating fulfillment of your order in 1802 (Second part). 
Review incoming Spanish Governor of Malvinas (Bernardo Bonavía) and outgoing (Ramón Fernández de Villegas) to the viceroy of Río de la Plata (Joaquín del Pino) indicating fulfillment of your order in 1802 (Third part). 
Letter from the Spanish Commander of Malvinas (Bernardo Bonavía) taking note of the order not to allow disembarkation of any neutral nation in 1805. 
Summary of the arrest of English Brig St. Augustin by illegally landed in the Falklands. Sent by the Spanish Commander of the Islands in 1806. 
Spanish note reporting on the arrest of English Brig St. Augustin for illegally landing on Malvinas in 1806 

Argentine administration[edit]

Argentine documents of the Malvinas Islands
Permission asked by Henry Jones (British capt) to Buenos Ayres government to hunt sea lions around Falklands (1813) 
David Jewett appointment made by the government of the United Provinces of Río de la Plata
The British newspaper The Times published on August 3, 1821 the Argentine takeover of the Islands. (not Argentine document) 
First page of Pablo Areguati letter on 12 February 1824 describing the delicate state of the Argentine expedition of 1824 in the islands. 
First page of the list of Argentines who were expelled from the Malvinas by British forces in January 1833, written by José María Pinedo in Buenos Aires, 16 January 1833. 
Argentine map of the Islands in 1889. 

Malvinas Islands peso (some uploads by my)[edit]

10 pesos 
10 pesos 
10 pesos 
2 pesos 
One peso 

Malvinas, relatos de una usurpación (not uploaded by me)[edit]

Malvinas, stories of an encroachment
Colonial criminal cause. Year? 
Colonial criminal cause. 1785. 
Friendship Treaty of 1825. 
Treaty of peace. 1825? 
Luis Vernet's colony of Puerto Soledad. 
Life in the Argentine colony. 
Document from the exposition Malvinas, relatos de una usurpación with the formal protest of the Buenos Aires Province after the attack of the USS Lexington in Puerto Soledad in 1832. 
Notice of the Government of Buenos Aires on the British occupation of Puerto Soledad in 1833. 
Publication of the Buenos Aires newspaper El Lucero on January 21, 1833, reporting with details on the British occupation. 
Claims of the Government of Buenos Aires. 
Claims of the Government of Buenos Aires. 
Claims of the Government of Buenos Aires. 
The Latin American question. 
Luis Vernet's experiments. 1841. 
Loan. 1844 
Strategies of British colonialism
Strategies of British colonialism

Others (uploaded by me)[edit]

Lithograph of Conrad Martens of Puerto Soledad and Bay of the Annunciation in Charles Darwin's visit in 1833. 
Puerto Soledad 
Bay of the Annunciation 
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What color is the flag? Blue and white? From the Gaucho Rivero? (It's just a phrase, I do not claim walks) Source 

Photos of notable Argentine-Islanders (uploaded by me)[edit]

Notable Islanders (malvinenses) with Argentine citizenship
Matilde Vernet
Matilde Vernet
Turner 1886

Historic South Georgia (uploaded by me)[edit]

Argentine weather station in Grytviken
 
Best known photo 
House staff 

Maps (created by me)[edit]

Lafonia / Rincón del Toro 
Jason Islands (Spanish version) 
Egmont-Soledad (Spanish version)