Population census, agricultural and mine conditions of San Ildephonso de la Cieneguilla.

Serial Number
041-05509
Title
Population census, agricultural and mine conditions of San Ildephonso de la Cieneguilla.
Author(s)
Crespo, Francisco
Tueros, Pedro
Date
12-25-1775
Date
05-24-1775
Documentation
Cieneguilla. December 12, 1775. 42p. Letters. Informes. Signed.
Summary
Population census from San Ildephonso de la Cieneguilla carried out by governor Crespo in 1774-1775. It consists of a list of men, women, and children. An estimation of the number of Hiaqui and Pima Indians is also given. Tueros requests Bucareli not move him from Cieneguillas to el Pitic. Informes from Michelena, Maitorena, and Bergana to Crespo concerning the condition of commerce in los Placeres. All of them emphasize that the condition of production of los Placeres decreases from may to October because the Indians go to the hills and the Spaniards engage in agriculture tasks. Includes a report from Crespo dealing with the mine, commerce, population and agricultural conditions of los Placeres. (R. Gomez, November 1989)
Persons
Cuevas, Pedro
Crespo, Francisco (Governor)
Corbalan, Pedro
Bucareli, Antonio Maria
Castro, Antonio Enrique de
Bergana, Domingo de
Michelena, Pedro Joseph de
Maitorema, Phelipe de
Tueros, Pedro
Sastre, Matheo
Urrea, Bernardo de
Vacarcel y Tormento, Domingo
Villaurrutia, Antonio de
Barroeta, Juan Chrisostomo de
Negreiros, Ignacio
Abad, Santiago
Toral Valdes, Pedro
Messia, Fernando
Mangino, Fernando Josef
Arce, Juan Antonio de
Arriaga, Julian de
Places
Cieneguilla, San Ildephonso de la
Horcasitas, San Miguel de
Alamos, Real de los
Los Placeres
Ethnic Groups
Pimas
Hiaquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 247 ff. 349-370
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 247 ff. 349-370
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
24700012
Rights
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