Fahuacan Indians request that a settlement be founded near Rio Colorado, request passport to travel to Mexico to petition viceroy.
El Laredo. 2p. Informe. Duplicado.
A condensed account of a letter and other correspondence where governor of Nuevo Santander at presidio of Laredo states that a fahuacan captain and 17 Indians showed up requesting that a settlement be established near their territory on banks of Colorado River. Indians request permission to travel to Mexico to present their petitions to viceroy. A negotiator is nominated but Fahuacanes refuse to deal with him (Joachin Mosquera). Document ends abruptly. (T. Cederstrom, October 1986)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 020 ff. 162-162
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 020 ff. 162-162
Incomplete. Ends abruptly. Following documents, which date to an earlier time period, seem to be supporting evidence in fahuacan case. Exact topic of fahuacanes begins again on frame 250.
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