Fray Francisco de Ayeta. A memorial concerning the loss of the provinces of New Mexico in 1680-1681.

Serial Number
030-00291
Title
Fray Francisco de Ayeta. A memorial concerning the loss of the provinces of New Mexico in 1680-1681.
Author(s)
Ayeta, Francisco de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Date
00-00-1693
Documentation
N.p. 1693. 128p. Transcription.
Summary
History of Spanish activity in New Mexico. Detailed, day-by- day description of events prior to and during the revolt. Recommendations for reconquest. Contains good ethnographic data, sometimes exaggerated when dealing with native religion. Some population statistics. (R. Perez) (1977)
Persons
Ayeta, Francisco de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Otermin, Antonio de (Gobernador)
Farjan, Francisco (O.F.M.)
Leyba, Pedro de
Gomez, Francisco (Maestro de Campo)
Dominguez de Mendoza, Juan (Maestro de Campo)
Popec (Indio Capitan)
Rodriguez de Mendoza, Juan (Teniente General)
Places
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
El Paso del Rio del Norte
Sandia
Santo Domingo
San Joseph del Parral (Real)
San Miguel (Mision)
Analco (Barrio de Mexicanos)
Alameda
San Cristoval
Santa Fe
Casas Grandes
Tharanmares
La Salineta
La Cruz de Anaya (Paraje)
Senecu
San Pascual
Nuestra Senora del Socorro
Alamillo
Sevilleta
Puarai
Cochiti
La Ysleta
Taos
Teson
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mansos
Janos
Sumas
Tiguas
Teguas
Piros
Tompiros
Pecuries
Taos
Pecos
Jumanos
Gueres
Emes
Zunis
Moquis
Mexicanos
Mulatos
Coyotes
Mestizas
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0435
Original Location
AGI, Sevilla, Aud.Guadalajara, Leg. 0139(67-3-33)
Language
Spanish
Notes
Hand transcription by bandelier, 1912.
Batch Reference Number
4413
Rights
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