Series of documents concerning peace treaty with Texas Indians.

Serial Number
041-05585
Title
Series of documents concerning peace treaty with Texas Indians.
Author(s)
Arredondo, Joaquin de (Comandante General)
Martinez, Antonio (Coronel)
Date
02-08-1821
Date
05-18-1821
Documentation
Monterrey. February 8, 1821 - May 18, 1821. 32p. Letters. Signed, originals.
Summary
Series of letters from Arredondo to viceroy. Notes reception of news that rebels have captured Acapulco. Mostly concern peace treaty concluded with Tahuacanos of eastern Texas. Arredondo suggests that treaties should be signed with other groups, especially Comanches and Lipanes, in the interest of a more favorable economic climate. Notes that Indians arrived at peace talks with cheap gifts of baskets and reed sieves, reflecting poverty of Indians in area. Arredondo petitions for greater quotas of tobacco and beef for Texas for distribution among Indians as incentive for keeping peace. (A. Tukey, March 1989)
Persons
Arredondo, Joaquin de (Comandante General)
Venadito, Conde del (Virrey)
Menchaca (Capitan)
Musquiz, Ramon
Arispe de Revilla, Ramon
Gonzalez de la Yguana, Ramon
Martinez, Antonio (Coronel)
Daquiari (Indio)
Tacarehue (Indio)
Castaneda, Juan de (Capitan)
Perez, Ygnacio (Teniente Coronel)
Padilla, Juan Antonio
Cordero, Antonio (Brigadier)
Ruiz, Francisco
Tarin, Vicente
Estrada, Julio
Cortes, Juan
Places
Acapulco
Tahuacanos
Texas
Nacogdoches
Natchitoches
Monterrey
Bexar
Ethnic Groups
Tahuacanos
Comanches
Lipanes
Quiches
Guichitas
Aguajes
Tahuisas
Huitas
Taboayases
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 251 ff. 250-268 exp. 17
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 251 ff. 250-268 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
25100015
Rights
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