Informe by governor about state of province before and after he took command of area.

Serial Number
041-00929
Title
Informe by governor about state of province before and after he took command of area.
Author(s)
Cuerbo y Valdes, Francisco (Gobernador)
Fernandez de la Cueva Enriquez, Francisco (Virrey)
Date
04-26-1706
Documentation
Santa Fe. April 26, 1706. 29p. Informe. Peticion. Signed.
Summary
Autos and petitions to viceroy and king to enter province of moquito pacify it. Soldiers desire salary to be paid in time. Indian governors want Cuerbo y Valdes to remain as governor for a long period of time. Informes from governor comparing state of province before and while in office stressing changes including foundation of Villa de Alburquerque and repopulation of Galisteo without monetary expense to the crown. Certification by military and civilian officers about excellent work carried out by governor. (A. Dell'acqua, July 1987)
Persons
Cuerbo y Valdes, Francisco (Gobernador)
Fernandez de la Cueva Enriquez, Francisco (Virrey)
Perlaxa (Cacique Mayor de Navajos)
Iribarri, Juan (Sargento Mayor)
Romero Tuguague, Domingo (Gobernador de Indios Cristianizados)
Aguilera Issasi, Antonio (Capitan)
Montoya, Antonio (Alguacil Mayor)
Lucero de Godoy, Antonio
Miranda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Places
Santa Fe (Villa)
Bernalillo, San Francisco (Pueblo)
La Canada (Pueblo)
Navajo (Provincia)
Galisteo (Pueblo)
Alburquerque (Villa)
Coaguila (Provincia)
Tebuque (Pueblo)
Xemes (Pueblo)
Pecos (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Moquis
Navajos
Pharaones
Chilmos
Gilas
Thanos
Thaos
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 036 ff. 514-528
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 036 ff. 514-528
Language
Spanish
Notes
These documents relate to previous ones about similar problems but with slight differences and wording.
Reference Number
3600032
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