Sabeata, indio jumana, hace declaracion de amistad por parte de los jefes de esa nacion.

Serial Number
041-00883
Title
Sabeata, indio jumana, hace declaracion de amistad por parte de los jefes de esa nacion.
Author(s)
Gironza Petris de Cruzate, Domingo
Date
10-20-1683
Documentation
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe del Paso. October 20, 1683. Pp. 9-19. Ms. English transl. Orig. Sgnd.
Summary
A Humana Indian called Sabeata in native tongue and Don Juan in Spanish comes to El Paso on request of his chiefs to express friendship with Spaniards and to ask on behalf of his nation and their friends and neighbors julimas for missionaries to care for christians and to baptize 10,000 souls seeking this aid. They also wish assistance fighting nearby Apache. A miracle in which a cross descends from heaven and aids them in fighting is told. When questioned through an interpreter, witness told of other nations, including Texas, who will receive the Spaniards. (C. Briggs, 1975) (A. Dell'acqua, may 13,1987)
Persons
Gironza Petris de Cruzate, Domingo
Sabeata, Juan
Serrano, Fernando Martin
Castillo, Diego del
Places
Paso, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe del
Parral, San Jose del
Nueces (Rio)
Quivira
Santa Fe (Villa)
Ethnic Groups
Jumanos
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 035 ff. 076-080
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 035 ff. 076-080
Language
Spanish
Notes
Document is an English translation of declaration, and forms pps 9-19 of handwritten manuscript in item 426.
Reference Number
3500007
Rights
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