Marques de Altamira, gobernador Pedro de Rabago y Teran, and capitan Joseph Idoiaga. Autos fechos en virtud de superior horn y derrotero del descubrimiento del transito hasta las juntas de los rios de Conchos con el grande de norte.

Serial Number
010-00029
Title
Marques de Altamira, gobernador Pedro de Rabago y Teran, and capitan Joseph Idoiaga. Autos fechos en virtud de superior horn y derrotero del descubrimiento del transito hasta las juntas de los rios de Conchos con el grande de norte.
Author(s)
Altamira, Marques de
Rabago y Teran, Pedro de (Gobernador)
Idoiaga, Joseph (Capitan)
Date
00-00-1747
Date
00-00-1748
Documentation
Santiago de Monclova. 1747-1748. Letter. Informe.
Summary
Documents concerning establishment of new presidio, reestablishment of missions abandoned by Franciscans because of lack of military protection, in junta de los Rios area. Mineral riches as well as souls of converted Indians notes as reasons for resettlement, as well as more efficient communication/transportation between Nueva Vizcaya, Coahuila. Lengthy description of major settlements, presidial system of northern frontier provinces. New presidio to have 50 soldiers- 20 from San Bartholome presidio; 15 each from Cerrogordo and Conchos. Major document by marques de Altamira (Mexico, 6/14/1747) detailing proposals (pp.87-110). Also includes diario y derrotero of expedition itself, written by gobernador Rabago y Teran (Monclova, 1/23/1748), noting Flora, fauna, geography, Mineral wealth, Indian groups, water sources, pasturage, etc. (pp.115-46). (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Rabago y Teran, Pedro de (Gobernador de Coahuila)
Berroteran, Joseph de (Capitan de Conchos Presidio)
Altamira, Marques de
Idoiaga, Joseph (Capitan de San Bartholome)
Saabedra, Lorezno (Fray) (OFM)
Sanchez, Francisco (Fray) (OFM)
Garza Falcon, Miguel de la (Capitan de Sacramento Presidio)
Places
San Francisco de Coahuila (Provincia)
Junta de los Rios
Conchos (Rio)
Grande del Norte (Rio)
Chihuahua
Sacramento (Presidio)
Nueva Vizcaya
San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande (Presidio)
Nuevo Mexico
San Phelipe de Jesus de Guevavi (Alias Terrenate) (Presidio)
Santa Rosa de Corodeguachi (Alias Fronteras) (Presidio)
Janos (Presidio)
El Paso (Presidio)
San Phelipe (Villa)
Conchos (Presidio)
San Bartholome (Valle, Presidio)
Cerrogordo (Presidio)
Gallo (Presidio)
Mapimi (Presidio)
Pasaje (Presidio)
San Francisco (Mision)
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Mision)
San Cristobal (Mision)
San Juan Bautista (Mision)
Santa Maria de Redonda (Mision)
San Pedro Alcancara (Mision)
Santa Maria de Parras (Pueblo)
Santiago de la Monclova (Villa, Capital de Coahuila)
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Natages
Faraones
Sumas
Tlascaltecos
Tepeguanes
Tarahumaras
Acoclames
Cholomes
Zizembres
Gavilanes
Zivolos
Tripas Blancas
Pampopas
Conejos
Cacalotes
Mesquites
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Saltillo Arch. 2q312 840 V. 001 pp. 083-155
Original Location
AG, Saltillo, Coahuila.
Language
Spanish
Notes
First few pages of rabago y teran's diario very faint.
Batch Reference Number
4785
Rights
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