Documents concerning pacification of Indians surrounding Tucson area.

Serial Number
041-05587
Title
Documents concerning pacification of Indians surrounding Tucson area.
Author(s)
Garcia Conde, Alexo (Mariscal)
Cordero, Antonio (Brigadier)
Narbona, Antonio
Date
01-19-1821
Date
02-23-1821
Documentation
Chihuahua. January 19 - February 23, 1821. 22p. Letters. Signed, originals.
Summary
Documents concerning attempted Apache raid against Tucson that was routed by troops under Narbona. Apache Indian chief Antuna surrenders to troops in Tucson soon after, offering 25 Head of cattle as gesture of good will. Antuna agrees to peace and solicits remuneration for his role in pacifying Apaches surrounding Tucson. (A. Tukey, March 1989)
Persons
Garcia Conde, Alexo (Mariscal)
Venadito, Conde del (Virrey)
Lomban, Juan (Sargento Mayor)
Cordero, Antonio (Brigadier)
Narbona, Antonio (Capitan)
Antuna (Capitancillo de (Indios)
Rublas, Manuel Antonio
Places
Nueva Galicia
Sonora
Sinaloa
Nuevo Mexico
Tucson (Presidio)
Tubac
Arispe
Chihuahua
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 251 ff. 288-299 exp. 19
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 251 ff. 288-299 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
25100017
Rights
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