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The Steel Crown is the official journal of the North American Araucanian Royalist Society.  It strives to provide accurate information about the history of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia and current affairs of the Royal House of Araucania.  For a free copy of the current issue -- to be sent by snail mail -- please send your request to the General Secretary at NAARS1995@gmail.com.  Back issues are available for US$7.50 for US addresses; US$15.00 for all others.  Below is a summary of the content of the back issues of The Steel Crown.

Number Nineteen

  • Leader for the Twenty-First Century: Frédéric Luz Inaugurated Prince of Araucania.
  • I Knew Him Before He was Prince of Araucania.  By Pierre-Marie Sigaud.
  • Manifesto of H.R.H. Prince Frédéric I of Araucania and Patagonia.
  • Breaking News from the Royal House and Auspice Stella.
  • Ongoing Conflict Over Ancestral Mapuche Lands.  By Mat Youkee.
  • On the Use of Treaties to Promote the Mapuche Cause.  By Gaston Lion.
  • Mapuche Social Structure.  By Louis Faron.
  • Andrew Carnegie and the Kingdom of Araucania: American Industrialist Purportedly Offered Throne.
  • King Orelie-Antoine Bust Fly Off the Shelves.
  • Prince Frédéric Luz Grants Arms to the NAARS.
  • News from NAARS.

Number Eighteen

  • Having Reigned Briefly and with Dignity Prince Antoine IV is Mourned by Kingdom.
  • Choosing the Successor to Prince Antoine IV: Process is Clearly Defined in Araucanian Constitution.
  • Orelie I, King of Araucania: Le Mond Illustre, May 10, 1862
  • Necrology: King Achille I: La Vie Illustre, March 28, 1902
  • Avant-Guarde Composer Pens Farfare for New Prince: Commissioned by NAARS.
  • An Amusing Episode.  By James Edward Budgett-Meakin.
  • English Sculptor Produces New Bust of Orelie-Antoine: Inaugurated at Tourtoirac by Prince Antoine IV.
  • Bust of Orelie-Antoine de Tounens Now Available: Special Offer for NAARS Members.
  • Auspice Stella -- Souvenir Franco-Araucanien: the Kingdom's NGO and Bullhorn for Mapuche Rights.
  • King Orelie-Antoine's First Araucanian Sojourn: as Reported in the English-Language Press.
  • News from NAARS.

Number Seventeen

  • Prince Antoine IV Begins Regin with Fresh Energy and New Initiatives.
  • News from NAARS.
  • Royal House will Gather in Tourtoirac on Saint Rose of Lima Day.
  • Prince Antoine IV Lays Out His Program for the Future.
  • Right-wing Renegades Try to Gain Control of the Royal House of Araucania and Patagonia .
  • Franz Quatreboeufs Presents Forgery to Gain Throne .
  • Deceit and Treachery in a Medieval Charade Unfold at La Cheze.
  • "This is a Total Sham," Declares Gaston Lion.
  • Mapuche Councilors Denounce Parvulesco Putsch.
  • Wannabe Prince's First Dinner Poorly Attended.
  • The Traitors: Quatreboeufs and Parvulesco Earn a Special Place in the History of the Kingdom.
  • King Achille's Man in Morocco: El Hajj Abd el-Krim Bey, Charge d'Affaires at Mogodor.
  • New Coins Honor Kingdom: Non-official Issue from Unknown Source.
  • Breezy Retelling of an Adventurous Life: Strelow Gives German Readers a New Biography of Founder.

Number Sixteen

  • Death of HRH Prince Philippe of Araucania and Patagonia.
  • News from NAARS.
  • NAARS to Issue New Postage Stamps in 2014: Eric Vincent Signed as Stamp Designer.
  • Funeral Held for Prince Philippe in Tourtoirac, by Viscount Franz Quatreboeufs of Malimensu.
  • Prince Regent Ensures Smooth Transition: Baron Philippe de Lavalette, Godson of Prince Philippe.
  • Chancellor Confirms Election: Baron Raoul de Lavalette Verifies Action of Regency Council .
  • Philippe Boiry: A Life Considered.  By Daniel Paul Morrison.
  • Bibliography of Philippe Alexandre Boiry.
  • Jean-Michel Parasiliti di Para New Head of Royal House: Takes Name Antoine IV of Araucania.
  • Lt. Col. Fernando de Pierris, JD, Dies: Early Member of NAARS Wrote Important Articles for Steel Crown.
  • New Patagonian Flag Resurrects Old Kingdom.  By John Blair.
  • NAARS Member Celebrates Mass for Deceased Head of Royal House.
  • Dispatch from the British Isles.  By Jean-Patrique Wilson.
  • Councilor of the Kingdom Prof. Dr. Jean-Marc Daumas de Cornilhac Dies.

Number Fifteen

  • Oswaldo "El Indio Araucano" Gomez Awarded Mapuche Warrior Medal.
  • News from NAARS.
  • NAARS General Secretary Salutes "El Indio Araucano" and Address Union City (NJ) Crowd.
  • Filmmaker Wes Rossi Visits with Prince Philippe of Araucania.
  • The Extraordinary Cros Family: Origin of King Antoine II.
  • Hortense Cornu Appeals to Napoleon III: Supports Cause of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia.
  • Royal Confab at La Cheze: Feast of St. Rose of Lima Celebrated by Prince Philippe and Friends.
  • North American Premier of Guillermo Frick's Himno a Antonio Orelie I, Rei de Araucania i Patagonia .
  • Snippets: The Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia in Variouis Historic Accounts.
  • St. John Hankin, British Satirical Poet, Pokes Fun at King Achille I.

Number Fourteen

  • Lonko Juana Calfunao Paillalef, Mapuche Warrior, Honored by Prince Philippe.
  • News from NAARS.
  • Louisville, Kentucky, Proclaims Prince Philippe Day.
  • NAARS Hosts Large Fete in Philadelphia: 150th Anniversary of Kingdom, 15th Anniversary of NAARS.
  • The Philadelphia Inquirer Covers  NAARS Dinner.
  • Prince Philippe Celebrates Diamond Jubilee: 60 Years as Head of the Royal House.
  • La Cheze Celebration for Feast Day of St. Rose of Lima.
  • Three New Medals Created by Royal House.
  • Financial Difficulties Connected with the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia [Historic Newspaper Accounts].
  • Proposed Araucanian Republic Recalls Earlier Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia [Historic Newspaper Accounts].

Number Thirteen

  • Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia Sesquicentennial Celebrations.
  • News from NAARS.
  • Prince Philippe Speaks Out Against Intrusions Upon Mapuche Sovereignty.
  • Araucanian Notables Gather at La Cheze for Annual August Conclave.
  • Career of Orelie-Antoine de Tounens as Remarked in the English-Language Press [Historic Newspaper Accounts].
  • Count Reynaldo Mariqueo Named Charges d'Affaires for the Royal House of Araucania.
  • A New Supporter of the Royal House of Araucania.

Number Twelve

  • News from NAARS.
  • Medal of Honor Awarded to Lawyer and Journalist: Jose Lincoqueo and Pedro Cavuqueo are Recipents.
  • Nitrate Token Erroneously Attributed to Orelie-Antoine I.  By Wolfgang Bertsch.
  • Not Just a Prince: Prince Philippe's Biography in Who's Who in France.
  • Orelie-Antoine de Tounens on Animal Domestication.
  • Letter from the Royal House of Araucania and Patagonia Regarding the Manifesto Kine Mapuche Rakizuam.
  • Battles with the Press: Orelie-Antoine Writes to The Chavivari.
  • Item Regarding the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia Appearing in The Times of London, May 10, 1873.
  • The Case for Mapuche Sovereignty: Jose Lincoqueo vs. Chile.

Number Eleven

  • Holidays Established for Mapuche Nation.
  • News from NAARS.
  • Prince Philippe's Golden Jubilee Marked with the Creation of a Commemorative Medal.
  • Jacques-Antoine Bernard's Abdication.
  • Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia Attracts Attention of London Financial Markets.
  • La Dynaastie Oreliee Des Rois d'Araucanie et de Patagonie par la Grace de Dieu et La Volonte des Indiens de l'Extreme Sud Americain.
  • New Year's Message to the Mapuche Nation.

Number Ten

  • Richard B. Shull, Founding Director of the NAARS, Dies.
  • News from NAARS.
  • The House of King Achille is Demolished.
  • The Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia, by Simon de Schryver.
  • Constellations of the Wind: a poem.  By Prince Philippe Boiry of Araucania.
  • Millennial Message from Prince Phillipe to the Mapuche Nation.
  • The Pot Calling the Kettle Black: Rebels, Pretenders and Imposters: a review.  By Daniel Paul Morrison.
  • The Trial of Jacques Bernard.
  • Prince Phillipe Addresses International Mapuche Conference in London.
  • Indigenous Truth Commission Gets Underway.

Number Nine

  • Venerable Ceferino Namuncura.
  • News from NAARS.
  • Chilean Indians Wage a Guerrilla War to Regain a Forest Paradise All But Lost.
  • Mapuche Resolution Presented to European Parliament.
  • Royal Order of Queen Laure-Therese.
  • Mapuche Leader Detained in Santiago, Chile.
  • Modern Mapuche Cookery.
  • The Opera of Guillermo Frick and the Araucanian National Anthem.
  • Prologue to the Himno a Antoinio Orelie I, by Guillermo Frick.
  • The National Hymn of Patagonia.
  • New Testament Translated into Mapudungun.
  • Araucanian Marketplace.

Number Eight

  • The Council of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia, by Don Jean-Michel Parasiliti di Paron, Baron of San Pedro de Hueyusco.
  • Open Letter From Daniel Paul Morrison, General Secretary NAARS.
  • The Araucanians, Harper's Magazine 1855.
  • Religious Wedding of their Royal Highnesses, Prince Philippe and Princess Elisabeth of Araucania-Patagonia: September 20, 1997.
  • Social Singing Among the Mapuche.  By Mischa Titiev.
  • The King of Araucania and Herbal Medicine.
  • News from NAARS.

Number Seven

  • The Order of the Steel Crown.
  • News From NAARS.
  • Mapuche Group Preserves Traditional Music and Drama While Promoting Mapuche Rights.
  • Mapuche Put Earth First.
  • Interview with Prince Philippe d'Araucane.  By William Moult.
  • Flags of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia and the Mapuche Nation.
  • In History's Wake: Jean Francois Mouneix, Descendant of Marie, Sister of King Orelie-Antoine.
  • The Detention of Pedro Angelo Tappa, Orelie-Antoine's Companion and Secretary.  By Fernando de Pierris.
  • Loss of Land Sends Mapuches to Cities.
  • The Numismatic Legacy of the Royal House of Araucania-Patagonia (Part Three).  By Serge Huard.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.

Number Six

  • The Death of Orelie-Antoine de Tounens.
  • News From NAARS.
  • The Monkey Puzzle Tree Harvest.  By William Moult.
  • Mapuche Matters in the Chilean Press.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.
  • Genealogy of Prince Philippe.
  • An Ethnomaniac's Bucket of Bile.  By Fernando de Pierris.
  • Mapuche Music: Traditional and Post-Modern.
  • The Numismatic Legacy of the Royal House of Araucania-Patagonia (Part Two).  By Serge Huard.
  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Guineaa Fowl,  By Prince Philippe Boiry of Araucania.
  • News from the Royal House of Araucania.
  • Araucanian Marketplace.

Number Five

  • The Royal Araucanian Wedding.
  • Interview with Princess Elisabeth d'Araucanie.
  • Prince Phillipe d'Araucanie Celebrates His 70th Birthday.
  • News from NAARS.
  • In the National Archives, Mapuches Find a Way to Defend their Land.
  • Araucanian Coins-of-Tradition to be Revived.
  • The Numismatic Legacy of the Royal House of Araucania-Patagonia (Part One). By Serge Huard.
  • The Extinction of the Araucanians in Chile.  By Prof. Dr. R. A. Philippi.
  • Mapuche to be Taught in Rural Schools.
  • The Mapuche International Link.
  • Vive Le Roy! The Amazing Story of a French Country-Town Lawyer Who Became King of Araucania and Patagonia.  By A. F. Tschiffely.
  • Treaties Between the Mapuche and the Spanish Crown and the Republics of Argentina and Chile. By Miguel Alfonso Martinez.
  • Seals and Arms Associated with the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia.
  • The Great Araucanian Coin Sale and Auction.

Number Four

  • A Visit with Prince Philippe d'Araucanie.
  • News from NAARS.
  • The Memory of King Orelie-Antoine.  By Huichacurha Marhique.
  • Mapuche History Hijacked by Huincas.  By Marhiquewun.
  • First English-Language Program on Kingdom of Araucania is in the Works.
  • The Orders and Decorations of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia.  By Commissaire-General R. Stiot.
  • Prince Philippe Marries Elisabeth de Chavigny.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.

Number Three

  • Museum of the Kings of Araucania Opens.
  • NAARS News.
  • Legal Process of Abolition of Collective Property: The Mapuche Case.  By Dr. Jorge Calbucura.
  • Regarding some Notable Ancestors of Prince Philippe d'Araucanie.  By Baron Serge de Benigsten.
  • Temuco-Wallmapuche Declaration on the North American Free Trade Agreement, Indigenous Peoples and their Rights.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.
  • Among the Mapuche Indians of Aaraucania, by Robert Young, F.R.S.G.S..
  • The Mapuche Seek New Alliances: King Orelie-Antoine.  By Jose Bengoa.
  • Araucanian Marketplace.

Number Two

  • NAARS Makes Gains.
  • Death of Pedro de Valdivia.
  • From the Editor.
  • From the Director.
  • Succession to the Araucanian-Patagonian Throne and the Cultural and Civilizational Work of Orelie-Antoine I, De Jure and De Facto.  By Dr. Norberto de Castro y Tosi.
  • John Wilkinson and the 1967 Houston Ball Debacle.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.
  • Araucanian Numismatics.
  • Memories of Arauco.  By Fernando de Pierris.
  • Music Fit for a King: Guillermo Frick and Music for Orelie-Antoine I.

Number One

  • The North American Araucanian Royalist Society Recently Formed.
  • Orelie-Antoine, Antonio Aurielle, or Orelie-Antoine: King by Any Name.
  • Letter from the Editor of the Steel Crown, Daniel Paul Morrison.
  • Open Letter from the Director of the NAARS, Chev. R. B. Shull, K.C.S.J.
  • Manifesto of Orllie-Antoine I, King of Araucania and Patagonia.
  • Araucanian Bibliography.
  • The Road to Araucania Begins in Morocco: R. B. Cunninghamee Graham and Mogreb-el-Acksa.