historia de la missiones que han hecho los religiosos de la Campana de Jesus para predicar el Santo Evangelio en las indias occidentales de los reynos de Nueva Espana

Serial Number
040-00015
Title
historia de la missiones que han hecho los religiosos de la Campana de Jesus para predicar el Santo Evangelio en las indias occidentales de los reynos de Nueva Espana
Date
IO-N -N.D.
Documentation
N.d. transcript.
Summary
Account exploration, conquest, missionization Sinaloa from Cabeza de Vaca to fr. Gonzalo Tapia. Includes accounts de Vaca, Coronado, Francisco de Ibarra expeditions. Etymology cahita word yorim from verb yore, meaning to heal-applied to Spaniards because of Cabeza de Vaca's reputation curer. Other meanings-valiant ones, fierce beasts, demons. Description province Sinaloa including land, Weather, rivers, surrounding geography. Enumeration Indian pueblos population for Rios Mocorito, Petatlan, Cinaloa, Mayo (10 pueblos, pop. 3850), Yaqui (8-5250), Nebome-Seri (8-2400), Aybino/ Vatuca (5-1200), Sonoras/Huris (pop. 800). Description flood plain inundation agriculture, summer planting season only, floodwater fertilization, crops (maiz, squash, beans of many varieties, tzoale, nicauatl, and others), wild food gathering, hunting. Account linguistic diversity. Notes Mayos, Yaquis spoke basically same language. Estimation population more than 100,000 before diseases. Brief account alcoholic beverages, religious beliefs (including woman named Huayerubi who taught Indians to plant), kinship systems, loose political/legal organization, marriage practices, Games, fiestas, house styles. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Ethnic Groups
Cahitas
Yaquis
Mayos
Vatucas
Sonoras
Huris
Aybinos
Nebomes
Seris
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0262 pp. 0144-0222 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0025
Language
Spanish
Notes
Xerox
Batch Reference Number
1844
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