En la ciudad de Durango a veinte y dos de dicho mes de junio,... marginal note reads del reo Josse Manuel de los Reyes, mulato casado de 30...

Serial Number
041-03359
Title
En la ciudad de Durango a veinte y dos de dicho mes de junio,... marginal note reads del reo Josse Manuel de los Reyes, mulato casado de 30...
Author(s)
Arespacochaga, Juan Josse de
Fayni, Josse (Gobernador)
Peramas, Melchor de
and others
Date
06-22-1773
Date
02-10-1775
Documentation
Durango. June 22, 1773-February 10, 1775. 162p. Autos. Copies.
Summary
Detailed testimony of Moreno. Notes that Indian spies keep apprised of affairs by posing as day workers in presidios and villages. Detailed discussion of Rio's and Moreno's crimes, including affirmative testimonies by other Spanish. Other Indians (tortuga, Luis, Bustamante) are convicted of spying and rebellion. Details Apache subsistence-- planting of corn, beans squash, eating of robbed horses and cattle. Meat distributed by leader Calaxtrin in times of need-- notes differential distribution of horse meat by occupation. Records that Apaches do not have formal homes (with exception of Calaxtrin, who has Adobe). Describes Apache movement for water by moon phases and hostilities, and how Apaches recover their dead to bury in Sierra Chivato. Recounts Apache 3 day use of hallucinogenic Peyote after a raid in which Apaches kill horses to cripple forces, eat neck meat of horse, break joints of cadavers and bury cadavers in a round pit covered with soil and rocks. Account of typical Spanish weaponry (shields, leather jackets, whips (?), fire, pikes) and of Indian weaponry (bow and arrow). Detailed account of Indian battle tactics and sale of robbed horses to the north. Mines at real del oro (?) Closed due to Indian threat. (S. Gibbs September 1989)
Persons
Moreno de los Reyes, Josse Manuel (Mulato)
Luz, Maria Brigida de la
Gonzalez, Francisco (Alias El Penolero)
Lopez, Josse Andres
Francisco (Sastre)
Antonio (Sastre)
Juan (Barbero)
Jose (Alias El Muerto)
Villalovoz, Pedro
Cortes del Rey, Vicencio
Guadiana, Bartholome
Olono, Francisco
Fierro (Padre)
Carrera, Alexandro de la
Rio, Josse del (Reo)
Calaxtrin (Hijo)
Calaxtrin (Padre)
Carrillo, N. (Indio)
Tortuga, Luis (Indio)
Ramos, Juan
Luisa
Campa, Antonio de la
Dios, Juan de
Gregorio, Josse
San Pedro, Conde de
Vazquez, Antonio (Coyote)
Ibarra, Antonio de (Mulato)
Rivera, Josse Manuel
Lemos, Andres (Tarahumara)
Alexo, Mathias
Lizalde Talamantes, Francisco
Fayni, Josse (Gobernador)
Zatarain, Luis Maria (Capitan)
Olave, Jacinto de
Diaz de Martos, Thomas
Velazquez, Manuel (Espanol)
Therrazas, Ilario
Ibarguen, Josse Joachin
Pena, Christoval
Florido, Rio (Indio)
Aranda, Conde de
Peramas, Melchor de
Places
Durango
Gordo, Cerro (Presidio)
San Juan Baptista (Hacienda)
Alamo (Hacienda)
Zarca (Hacienda)
Canutillo (Hacienda)
Santa Barbara
Guadalupe (Hacienda)
San Agustin
San Juan del Rio
Alamo (Hacienda)
Cuncame
Nazas (Rio)
Acatica (Hacienda)
Guichapa
Magdalena (Paraje)
Sotol (Paraje)
Casco (Hacienda)
San Salvador (Rancho)
Magdalena (Monte)
San Antonio
Rosario (Sierra)
Chihuahua (Villa)
Juana, Tetas de (Aguaje)
Agua Caliente
Santiago (Cerro)
Gallinas (Hacienda)
Oro, Real del
Torreon (Hacienda)
Tinaja
Tecolotes (Arroyo)
Indehe
Ethnic Groups
Tarahumaras
Apaches
Negros
Mulatos
Lobos
Coyotes
Cholones
Hiaquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 132 ff. 328-409 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 132 ff. 328-409 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series of documents begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
13200020
Rights
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