Joseph Rubio al Narciso Munoz. Letter concerning Apache peace proposals.

Serial Number
300-00100
Title
Joseph Rubio al Narciso Munoz. Letter concerning Apache peace proposals.
Author(s)
Rubio, Joseph
Date
12-21-1777
Documentation
Chihuahua. December 21, 1777. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Rubio's instructions concerning Gileno Apache peace proposals. Informs Munoz to proceed with steadiness, caution and to tell Apaches peace will be accepted only under following conditions- 1) Apaches surrender all prisoners; 2) return all stolen livestock; 3) break off communication with enemies of crown; 4) allow all future Apaches accused of stealing livestock or killing espanol, mestizo, Castizo o mulato to be punished by Spanish authorities. If such conditions met, peaceful Apaches will receive protection from enemies and missionaries, if they want them. If not, they will be left to vivir a su modo. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Tapia, Narciso
Rubio, Jospeh
Munoz, Narciso
Places
Janos (Presidio)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Sonora (Provincia)
Nueva Mexico (Provincia)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Chihuahua (Villa)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches Gilenos
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 002 sec. 06 pp. 029-035
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 002 Sec. 06 pp. 029-035
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents upper corners damaged.
Batch Reference Number
4524
Rights
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