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Excmo senor = el capitan dn. Baltazar Francisco Mosqueira, alcalde ordinario...

Serial Number: 
041-04119
Title: 
Excmo senor = el capitan dn. Baltazar Francisco Mosqueira, alcalde ordinario...
Author(s): 
Mosqueira, Baltazar Francisco de
Author(s): 
Malo de Villavicencio, Pedro
Author(s): 
Castro Cid, Miguel de
Date: 
12-20-1736
Date: 
05-02-1739
Documentation: 
Mexico. December 12, 1736-May 2, 1739. 24p. Autos, peticiones. Copies, transcriptions.
Summary: 
Concerns relocation of Sacramento presidio to the Valley of Santa Rosa due to difficulties in irrigation and water transportation and extraction in the area; soil was to sandy for Canals. Document explains strategy of the new place with respect to stopping Indians from attacking Spaniards population. Petition for money advances for purposes of war and peace operations. Review of clauses in the creation of Sacramento presidio. (M. Marroquin, February 1989)
Persons: 
Mosqueira, Baltazar Francisco de (Alcalde)
Persons: 
Garcia de Pruneda, Luis
Persons: 
Garcia de Pruneda, Juan
Persons: 
Garza Falcon, Blas de la
Persons: 
Garza, Clemente de la
Persons: 
Zamora, Carlos de (Bachiller)
Persons: 
Castro Cid, Miguel de
Persons: 
Malo de Villavicencio, Pedro
Persons: 
Balbuena, Juan (Escribano)
Persons: 
Zupide y Acuna, Francisco
Persons: 
Uruena, Juan Joseph de
Persons: 
Abza, Pedro de
Persons: 
Olivares, Pedro Silvestre y
Persons: 
Alva, Juan Esteban de
Persons: 
Bonilla
Places: 
Sacramento (Presidio)
Places: 
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Places: 
Coahuila
Places: 
San Diego (Paraje)
Places: 
Santa Rosa (Paraje)
Ethnic Groups: 
Tobosos
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 177 ff. 174-186 exp. 3
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 177 ff. 174-186 exp. 3
Language: 
Spanish
Reference Number: 
17700012
Rights: 
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