Account of relations with diverse Indian groups in Texas and Luisiana.

Serial Number
041-00357
Title
Account of relations with diverse Indian groups in Texas and Luisiana.
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de (Gobernador)
Date
12-03-1772
Documentation
San Antonio de Bexar. December 3, 1772. 4p. Letter. Signed.
Summary
Ripperda details relations with various Indian groups and their inter-tribal relations as well. Notes detrimental impacts of English and French arms trading with enemy nations. States that it would be a very unwise policy to disarm friendly nations of north as it would make them enemies of Spanish and them to arms trade of English and their sphere of influence. (T. Cederstrom, March 1987).
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Cazorala, Luis (Capitan)
Mezieres, Anthanasio de
Santo (Capitan Texas)
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Adaes (Presidio)
Luisiana
Natchidogches
Apeluza
Trinidad (Rio)
Misuri (Rio)
Espiritu Santo (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Jaranames
Yngleses
Franzeses
Texas
Apaches
Vidays
Tavayas
Panis-Mahas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 020 ff. 217-218
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 020 ff. 217-218
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
2000032
Rights
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