Animals (Wild)

Bucarely y Ursua, Antonio (virrey). Letter to governor of New Mexico forwarding request of king that any pelicans that can be caught be shipped to Spain.

Serial Number
275-00946
Title
Bucarely y Ursua, Antonio (virrey). Letter to governor of New Mexico forwarding request of king that any pelicans that can be caught be shipped to Spain.
Author(s)
Bucarely y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Date
03-22-1775
Documentation
Mexico (Ciudad). March 22, 1775. 1 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
(R. Davis) (1980)
Persons
Bucarely y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Places
Mexico (Ciudad)
Santa Fe
First Location
AZU Film 2182 rl. 10 fr. 0826.
Original Location
SANM, Santa Fe, Span.Arch. 1621-1821, rl. 010 ff. 0826.
Other Location
UNM-Zimmerman Library.
Language
Spanish
Notes
Twitchell Vol. II, no. 0684.
Batch Reference Number
8723
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Bucarely y Ursua
Beginning Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-22-1775
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8663
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Anonymous (un religioso de la provincia del Santo Evangelo de Mexico). Memorias para la historia natural de California.

Serial Number
250-00087
Title
Anonymous (un religioso de la provincia del Santo Evangelo de Mexico). Memorias para la historia natural de California.
Date
00-00-1790
Documentation
Relacion. N.p. 1790. 29.
Summary
Discusses animal life of California, including domestic and wild animals, birds, some insects, sea creatures, and plant life, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, trees. Also remarks on minerals. Generic, rather than scientific names are used. The author frequently made distinctions between species and described the qualities and use of almost all species listed. (J. Grusin) (1976)
First Location
Newberry Library, Chicago. Ayer ms. 1193.
Original Location
NL, Chicago, Ayer Ms. 1193
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
2632
UAIR Filtering Fields
Beginning Date (repacked)
1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/16112
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Isidro Felis de Espinosa OFM. Chronica apostolica y seraphica de todos los colegios de propaganda fide de esta Nueva Espana de misioneros Franciscanos observantes.

Serial Number
250-00027
Title
Isidro Felis de Espinosa OFM. Chronica apostolica y seraphica de todos los colegios de propaganda fide de esta Nueva Espana de misioneros Franciscanos observantes.
Author(s)
Espinosa, Isidro Felis de (OFM)
Date
00-00-1746
Documentation
Mexico. 1746. 590 plus table of contents. Chronicle. Bound offset.
Summary
Part of book five focuses on Ofm missionary activity in Texas. Includes its development, contacts with the Indians, Indian customs, religious practices, political system, conversions plus success of missionary activity. Also, remarks on animals, plants, and climate of the mission region. (J. Grusin) (1976)
Persons
Espinosa, Isidro Felis de
Torres, Antonio de (Fr.)
Leon, (General)
Mazanet, Damian (Fr.)
Theran, Domingo (Gobernador)
Hidalgo, Francisco (Fr.)
Nunez, Miguel (Fr.)
Olivares, Antonio de (Fr.)
Margil, Antonio (Fr.)
Places
Grande (Rio)
del Norte (Rio)
Texas
Coaguila
Los Cadodachos (Rio)
Dolores del Punto (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Dedepos
Gavilanes
Payayas
Julimenos
Tripas Blancas
Ticmamares
Terocodames
Xarames
Xumines
Xapes
Yoricas
Miscales
Texias
First Location
Newberry Library, Chicago. Ayer 657.6 f841 e7
Original Location
NL, Chicago, Ayer 6576 F841 E7
Language
Spanish
Notes
A summary of Espinosas work is also part of his el peregrino septentrional atlante Mexico, 1737.
Batch Reference Number
4934
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Espinosa
Torres
Leon
Mazanet
Theran
Hidalgo
Nunez
Olivares
Margil
Beginning Date (repacked)
1746
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/16052
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Pedro de Rivera. Diario y derrotero de lo caminado.

Serial Number
250-00022
Title
Pedro de Rivera. Diario y derrotero de lo caminado.
Author(s)
Rivera, Pedro de
Date
00-00-1736
Documentation
Guatemala. 1736. 84pgs. Diario. Offset.
Summary
Traces his journey northward to inspect presidios and local conditions. Some remarks on geography, Indians, and forts, as well as on plant and animal life, agriculture. He frequently listed which Indians lived in certain towns. Document is valuable for its placement of the tribes and bands. (J. Grusin) (1976)
Persons
Rivera, Pedro de (Brigadier)
Porras, Guillermo
Places
Nuevo Toledo
Nuevo Galicia
Nueva Viscaya
Nueva Mexico
Texas
Nuevo Leon
Sonora
Ostimuri
Sinaloa
Nayarit
Culiacan
Coaguila
Ethnic Groups
Choras
Tecolames
Tepehuanes
Tarahumaras
Xiximes
Tubares
Berroxios
Nuris
Babos Arigames
Atapabondas
Conchos
Chizos
Otaquitatomes
Sumas
Xocomes
Mezquites
Calcalotes
Paxalames
Mammetes
Julimenos
Tapalcomes
Poarames
Hopomes
Sibulos
Pulicas
Piros
Tiguas
Mansos
Queres
Zunis
Alonas
Xemes
Xeres
Picuries
Thanos
Pecos
Apaches
Pharaones
Natajes
Gilenos
Coninas
Quartelexos
Palomas
Yutas
Jicarillas
Moquis
Comanches
Mayos
Opatas
Pimas
Jovas
Eudeves
Egues
Yaquis (Hyaques)
Toros
Cholz
Seris
Tepocas
Adaes
Aynays
Nagadoches
Nechas
nozones
Naconomes
Yojuanes
Anames
Ervipiames
Malleyes
Pampopas
Cocos
Coapites
Copanes
Carancaguazes
Tacames
Aranames
Pelones
Salinas
Parchinas
Annas
Pacaos
Pajalates
Pitalac
First Location
Newberry Library, Chicago. Ayer *656.2 r6
Original Location
NL, Chicago, Ayer *6562 R6
Language
Spanish
Notes
Rpt. 1945. notas por guillermo porras.
Batch Reference Number
4930
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Rivera
Porras
Beginning Date (repacked)
1736
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/16047
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Marques de Altamira al Conde de Fonclara. Copy of Altamira's 1744 estado de la provincia de Texas.

Serial Number
210-00045
Title
Marques de Altamira al Conde de Fonclara. Copy of Altamira's 1744 estado de la provincia de Texas.
Author(s)
Altamira, Marques de
Date
07-04-1744
Documentation
Mexico. July 4, 1744. Informe. Copy. Photostat.
Summary
Appears to be identical but incomplete copy of Altamira's lengthy description of Texas- its history, state of presidios, French-Spanish relations, etc. Precised already from Nacogdoches archives- See DRSW serial 4685. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Altamira, Marques de (Senor Auditor de Guerra)
Fonclara, Conde de (Virrey)
San Denis, Luis de (French Soldier, Etc.)
Places
Cadodaches (French Fort)
Texas (Provincia)
Santiago de Monclova (Villa)
San Francisco (Presidio)
Sabinas (Rio)
Sacramento (Presidio)
San Juan Bautista de Rio Grande (Presidio)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Espiritu Santo (Bahia, Also Called San Bernardino)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Nuestra Senora del Pilar de los Adaes (Presidio, Capital de Texas)
San Juan Bautista de Nachitos (French Fort)
Texas (Paraje, Also Called Aynais Or Nechas)
Medina (Rio)
Mississippi (Rio)
Nuestra Senora de Loreto de Bahia del Espiritu Santo (Presidio)
Cadodaches (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Franceses
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 003 pp. 050-067
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande Leg. 0094 no. 28 ff. 050-067
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4633
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Altamira
Fonclara
San Denis
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-04-1744
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15965
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Marques de Altamira. Estado de la provincia de Texas.

Serial Number
210-00044
Title
Marques de Altamira. Estado de la provincia de Texas.
Author(s)
Altamira, Marques de
Date
03-06-1744
Documentation
Mexico. March 6, 1744. Informe. Transcription.
Summary
Detailed description of geography of Texas (and north America in general, from Canada to isthmus of Panama) and its history including- discussion of French colonies, French-Indian relations; location/number of troops of Texas presidios; brief description Texas found, Flora; first explorers; Frenchmen in Texas; Spanish responses to French, military activities, including founding of missions, presidios; fertility of land and possibilities of trade with Vera Cruz via Bahia del Espiritu Santo; quality of presidial soldiers; French-Spanish relations. See also DRSW serial 4633. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Leon, Alonso de
Cavalier de la Sala, Roberto (French Explorer)
San Denis, Luis de (Frenchman)
Jolot, Medac (Frenchman)
Places
Santiago de la Monclova (Villa)
Sabinas (Rio)
Coahuila (Provincia)
San Francisco (Presidio)
Sacramento (Presidio)
San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande (Presidio)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
San Pedro (Rio)
San Antonio (Rio)
San Bernardo (Bahia, Commonly Called Bahia de Espiritu Santo)
Nuestra Senora del Pilar de los Adaes (Presidio, Capital de Texas)
San Juan Bautista de Nochitos (Nachites, French Fort)
Medina (Rio)
Bahia del Espiritu Santo (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Cadodachos (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Nacogdoches arch. 2q292 839 v. 001 pp. 106-150
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Other Location
TXU. Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El Grande 2q248 835 V. 003 pp. 050-067 TXA. Nacogdoches Arch.
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4685
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Leon
Cavalier de la Sala
San Denis
Jolot
Beginning Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-06-1744
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15964
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Juan Antonio de la Pena. Diario of Aguayo expedition into Texas.

Serial Number
210-00029
Title
Juan Antonio de la Pena. Diario of Aguayo expedition into Texas.
Author(s)
Pena, Juan Antonio de la
Date
06-21-1722
Documentation
Santiago de la Monclova. June 21, 1722. Copy of photostat.
Summary
Diario of marques de Aguayo expedition to Texas, including- preparations for trip and troops involved; wildlife, including turkeys, quail, rabbits, jackrabbits, deer, berrendos, o Cabras monteras; Indian exploitation of slat beds; recommendation that Bahia del Espiritu Santo be settled; exploitation of Mesquite by Indians; Flora of area, especially trees; characterization of Apache country as Lomeria; encounters with various Indian groups; reestablishment of missions; establishment Adaes presidio; destructive effect of storms on horseherd; establishment Bahia de Espiritu Santo (presidio), (bachiller) Juan de la Pena. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Garcia, Matias (Capitan de San Antonio Presidio)
Rodriguez, Juan (Indian Capitan of Rancheria Grande)
Cortinas, Juan (Capitan)
San Miguel de Aguayo, Marques de (Gobernador de Texas)
Places
Santiago de la Monclova (Villa)
Santa Maria del Galve (Pensacola) (Presidio)
Movila (French Port)
Texas (Provincia)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Saltillo (Villa)
Parras
Nuevo Leon (Provincia)
San Jose (Mision)
San Miguel de Aguayo (Mision)
Sabinas (Rio)
Norte (Rio, Que Vulgarmente Le Llaman Rio Grande)
Rio Grande del Norte (Presidio)
Nueces (Rio)
Medina (Rio)
Leon (Arroyo)
San Antonio de Bexar (Villa)
San Antonio de Valero (Mision)
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Inocentes (Rio)
Garrapatas (Rio)
Caudodachos (Rio)
San Francisco de los Nechas (Also de los Texas) (Mision)
San Francisco de Valero (Pueblo)
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de Nacadoches (Mision)
San Miguel de Adaes (Mision)
Nuestra Senora del Pilar de los Adaes (Presidio)
Santa Cruz de Queretaro (Colegio)
Texas (Presidio)
Nuestra Senora de Loreto de Bahia del Espiritu Santo (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
Vidays
Agdocas
Aynays
Texas
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 001 pp. 215-284
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande Leg. 0094 no. 20 ff. 215-284
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4630
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Garcia
Rodriguez
Cortinas
San Miguel de Aguayo
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-21-1722
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15949
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Don Velasco. Resumen general de los autos sobre noticias, informes y escritos desde 1688 a 1716 sobre la necesidad de poblar la region entre Texas y la movila, etc.

Serial Number
210-00024
Title
Don Velasco. Resumen general de los autos sobre noticias, informes y escritos desde 1688 a 1716 sobre la necesidad de poblar la region entre Texas y la movila, etc.
Author(s)
Don Velasco
Date
11-30-1716
Documentation
Mexico. November 30, 1716. Copy. Photostat.
Summary
Review of colonization, missionization of Provincia de Texas from time of Alonso de Leon to 1716. Texas, Caodaches Indians described as mas politica in province, sowing many crops. Population of area estimated to be un million. Indian groups between Coahuila and the land of Texas Indians listed (See 201). Texas Indians belief in afterlife briefly described. Missionaries claimes that early soldiers set bad example for Texas Indians, mistreating them and stealing their women. Franciscan missionary efforts delineated. Texas disatisfaction with Spaniards, abandonment of missions in 1693 noted. French trade with Indians mentioned. Texas Indians had 11 pueblos, chocta (choctaw) Indians outside of Movila had 32, Nache Indians had 11. Flora, fauna, agriculture of eastern Texas described, where Indians caultibando la tierra con las quixadas de los benados. Indians live in wooden houses, sleep on raised beds and farm en Comun. Indian enemies of Texas- Apaches, Yojuanes, Cubipanes, Canas- noted. Absence of pulgue, otras bebidas, but presnece of Peyote among Texas Indians mentioned. Province continually described as very fertile. Indian use of wild fruits, walnuts, acorns noted. Lead mines near Texas Indians mentioned. Force of 60 soldiers needed for conquest, colonization of Texas, to be gathered from other presidios of Nueva Vizcaya. Apparently, fiscal doesn't think much of idea. Excellent summary of early Texas history, including Leon, Ramon entradas. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Leon, Alonso de (Capitan)
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
San Denis, Luis de (French Soldier, Explorer)
Jalou, Medar (French Explorer)
Velasco
Places
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Movila (French Settlement)
San Marcos (Rio)
San Francisco de los Texas (Mision)
Rojo (Rio)
San Juan (French Fort)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Casas Grandes (Presidio)
Paso (Presidio)
Nuevo Mexico (Presidio)
Conchos (Presidio)
Gallo (Presidio)
Pasaje (Presidio)
Cerrogordo (Presidio)
Sinaloa (Presidio)
Santa Catharina (Presidio)
San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande (Presidio)
Coahuila (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Texas
Franceses
Caodaches
Alasapas
Jacaguintes
Panchagues
Mescales
Apaches
Yojuanes
Cubipanes
Canas
Naches
Chactas
Natchitoches
Yoricas
Chomenes
Sanaques
Sanaianes
Apus
Pantalbes
Paaces
Patcales
Papanacas
Chaguanes
Payavanes
Patabos
Sanpanales
Paquachiamos
Putaays
Manicos
Gerezs
Atajals
Tilpayays
Cabias
Semomanes
Saraguames
Pulacmanes
Asaus
Toaas
Tohos
Emaus
Cabas
Sanpanasus
Apaixames
Manames
Meruanes
Nasonites
Nateaus
Yatas
Nachetoos
Natsoos
Patsanes
Paachiques
Chaguatapas
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 008 pp. 126-163
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4645
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Leon
Ramon
San Denis
Jalou
Beginning Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-30-1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15944
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Capitan Domingo Ramon, and others. Documents concerning Ramon's entrada into Texas to found missions among Texas Indians, 1716.

Serial Number
210-00021
Title
Capitan Domingo Ramon, and others. Documents concerning Ramon's entrada into Texas to found missions among Texas Indians, 1716.
Author(s)
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Date
02-00-1716
Date
07-00-1716
Documentation
Texas presidio and other places. February-July, 1716. Informe. Copy. Photostat.
Summary
Documents concerning Ramon's entrada into Provincia de Texas to establish missions among Texas Indians. Included are both Ramon's diario and Franciscans' diario of expedition. Indians groups, agricultural products, geography, Flora, fauna of province noted. Numerous buffalo hunts mentioned. Ramon and Franciscans also both write informes to virrey concerning reasons for establishment of missions. Indian enemies as well as allies of Texas Indians mentioned. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Ramon, Diego (Sargento Mayor) (Capitan Ramon'S Father)
Feliz de Espinosa, Isidro (Fray) (OFM)
Saens de San Antonio, Mathias (Fray) (OFM)
Hidalgo, Francisco (Fray) (OFM)
Santa Maria y Mendoza, Pedro de (OFM) (Fray)
Bergara, Gabriel de (Fray) (OFM)
Patron, Augustin (Fray) (OFM)
Sanchez, Benito (Fray) (OFM)
Castellano, Manuel (Fray) (OFM)
Places
Saltillo (Villa)
Nueces (Rio)
Grande del Norte (Rio)
Medina (Rio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Trinidad (Rio)
Nacohes (Pueblo)
San Francisco (Mision)
Aynai (Pueblo)
Nacodoches (Pueblo)
Texas (Provincia, Also Called Asinay)
Purisima Concepcion (Mision)
Nuestra Senora de los Dolores de los Texas (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Pataguas
Yeruijuames
Texas
Nazonios
Nacadoches
Apaches
Juanes
Chiripanes
Chanes
Naichas
Nabeitdachos
Naconos
Nacaichas
Franceses
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 008 pp. 060-116
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4643
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ramon
Ramon
Feliz de Espinosa
Saens de San Antonio
Hidalgo
Santa Maria y Mendoza
Bergara
Patron
Sanchez
Castellano
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
1716
End Date (repacked)
07-00-1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15941
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Fray Damian Masanett. Masanett's diario of trip from San Salvador mission to mission San Francisco de los Texas; related documents.

Serial Number
210-00008
Title
Fray Damian Masanett. Masanett's diario of trip from San Salvador mission to mission San Francisco de los Texas; related documents.
Author(s)
Masanett, Damian (Fray)
Date
08-20-1691
Documentation
San Francisco de los Texas. August 20, 1691. Peticion. Copy.
Summary
Franciscans request at least 10 soldiers be sent to Bahia del Espiritu Santo, noting that Indians in area enemies of Europeans, and had killed French, English, Spanish and Dutch without ever being punished (7/19/1691). Military officials discuss whether expedition should press on to territory of Texas Indians or remain at Bahia (7/21/1691). Franciscan diario of trip from San Salvador mission in Coahuila to mission San Francisco de los Texas (5/16-8/20, 1691), noting- encounter with Indian groups- Mescales, Yoricas, Chomes, Machomes, Parachacas, Pamanes- living between Rio Grande, Rio Sabinos, all of who rely on buffalo, wild food gathering, none of whom hunt; difficulties traveling with livestock- cattle, goats, sheep- because of rivers in flood, poor pasturage, etc; Flora, fauna, geography, often giving Indian names for places; resources of Rio Nueces area, including many walnuts, buffalo, fish; arrival Indians, many different naciones to trade for tobacco, knives, rosaries, etc. (See 201); visit to Rancheria of payay Indians, nacion Muy grande, choma, Cibola, caynaaya Indians live along Rio Grande and are enemies of Apaches, who fight everyone except Salineros, Apaches described mui-Guerreros who fight with armed horses; chomas described as yndios que en el parraly y Nueva Mexico llaman jumanes, who hunt buffalo from source of Rio Guadalupe to land of Texas during warm time of year, returning to riverine homes during winter; arrival of ships from Veracruz at Espiritu Santo; friendly greeting by Texas Indians, who mourned death of one missionary, many others from unnamed enfermedad. Excellent information on Indians of southern, central, eastern Texas. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Teran de los Rios, Domingo de (Gobernador de Texas)
Martinez, Francisco (Capitan)
Masanett, Damian (Fray) (OFM)
Places
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
San Salvador del Valle de Santiago (Coahuila Mision)
San Francisco de los Texas (Mision)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Sabinos (Rio)
Nueces (Rio)
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Ingleses
Holandeses
Texas
Mescales
Yoricas
Chomes
Machomes
Pamanes
Quemos
Pacpules
Ocanas
Chaguanes
Pactaluces
Paaces
Sanpanales
Patchales
Papanacas
Carchiquis
Paquachiames
Aguapalamas
Samampaces
Vanas
Payabanes
Patavos
Putahays
Patsaus
Payayes
Chumans
Cauguecas
Cantonas
Cabas
Sanas
Tojos
Toaas
Cholomes
Cibolas
Caynaayas
Apaches
Salineros
Jumanes
Muruames
Parchacas
Apaycis
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 010 pp. 047-080
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4657
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Teran de los Rios
Martinez
Masanett
Beginning Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
08-20-1691
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Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15928
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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