Documents concerning reduccion of Seris, chiricahuas, Tiburones; deportation of Apaches.
Sonora. February 28, 1789 to November 10, 1790. 26p. Informes. Copies, unsigned.
Ugarte y Loyola has gathered peaceful Chiricahuas at Bacoachi; bishop of Sonora asks for missionary to be sent. Speaks of distribution of lands. Treasury says money for mission has to come out of ration funds. Need for missionary for Seris at Pitic. Mention of deporting Apaches to Havana as example to others. Mention of successful conversion of Seris; money donated for purchase of musical instruments. Medina is warned of suspected revolution by Seris. References to Noriega's salary. (A. Dean, April 1989)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Perez, Mario (Fray)
Medina, Roque (Inspector)
Francisco (Capitan Seri)
Lorenzo (Capitan Seri)
Grimarest, Enrique (Intendiente)
Noriega, Bernardo (Mayordomo)
Pitic, Compania Presidial de
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 235 ff. 015-027 (Approx)
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 235 ff. 015-027 (Appro
Folios not numbered. Some pages illegible from bleed through, parts lost in gutter.
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Indians (Religion-Christian), Indians (Rebellion), Military Donations, Military Appointments, Indians (Resettlement), Fiscal Affairs, Food Supplies (Meat), Mission Finances, Land (Grants), Indians (Reduccion), Mission Establishment, Indians (Conversion), Mission Supplies, Cattle (Mission Inventory), Music And Dance, Sacraments, Military-Religious Relations, Captives (Of Spaniards), Indians (Food Rations), Indian Auxiliaries, Punishments (Exile)