Fuel

Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.

Serial Number
041-05255
Title
Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.
Author(s)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Date
03-20-1775
Date
06-08-1776
Documentation
March 20, 1775. 102p. Letters. Informes. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Correspondence between viceroy, Garces and de Anza concerning Garces's explorations in upper Colorado River with attachment of letters from fray Escalante about Zunis and area in case Garces travels to New Mexico from Colorado River. Accounts by de Anza on expedition to California, his turning command over to comandante Moncada, refusal of Moncada to travel to San Francisco to explore area for establishment of presidio and missions, de Anza travels with teniente Moraga, one priest and eight soldiers to explore San Francisco bay. de Anza gives an rich description of bay with its good soil, abundance of water, pastures, and wild animals and fish, meeting with Indians who fish with nets and use of balses made with reeds to cross bay and fish. de Anza does not name Indians but describes them as gentle. He also describes area to be rich with woods from which construction of fort would be easy. de Anza establishes places where missions and presidio should be built returning to Monterrey where he requests meeting with Moncada without success. Serra meets with Anza preoccupied with moncadas' attitude with friars and families from Sinaloa, teniente Moraga in letter to Anza believes comandante Moncada has lost his mind which results in his not wanting to follow planned agenda. Documents about rebellion in San Diego are not very clear, de Anza also describes desertions of some muleskinners and two soldiers who steal some horses and moragas capture of desertors in Gila where de Anza punishes them with laboring in construction of presidio and missions in San Francisco. Anza informs viceroy about Garces return to Colorado River leaving him foodstuffs for his sustenance as Anza returns, also fray Exiarc returns with Anza to Tumacacori mission. Capitan Palma and three Yumas with accordance with his people attaches himself to Anza to travel to Mexico. Viceroy answers Anza letting him know he is displeased as Anza did not finish his comission as he left before construction of fort and missions began. (A. Dell'acqua, January 1988)
Persons
Velez de Escalante, Silvestre (Fray)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Comandante)
Fager, Pedro (Comandante)
Neve, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Francisco (Rebel Yuma Leader)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Gongora, Jose Maria (Sargento)
Moraga, Joaquin (Teniente)
Exiarc, Thomas (Fray)
Cambon, Pedro (Fray)
Ayala, Juan (Comandante de Paquebot)
Carlos (Cabecilla Rebelde de San Diego)
Fusten, Vizente (Fray)
Places
Las Juntas del Rio Colorado, San Pedro de (Sitio)
Sonora
Moqui (Provincia)
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Monterrey (Puerto)(Presidio)
San Gabriel (Mision)
San Francisco (Puerto)
San Luis (Mision)
San Diego (Puerto)(Mision)
Caborca (Mision)
Tumacacori (Mision)
San Fernando California (Golfo)
Horcasitas (Presidio)
Cantil Blanco (Sitio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
San Andres (Canada)
Regalado, San Pedro (Sitio)
Carmelo (Mision)
Chozas (Rancheria)
Ethnic Groups
Cajuenches
Vallacuamais
Cucapas
Pimas
Cocomaricopas
Moquis
Yumas
Tamajacis
Talchedumes
Zunis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some documents are illegible, some documents are out of sequence. no foliation within Volume.
Reference Number
23700009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Person Last Name
Velez de Escalante
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Rivera y Moncada
Fager
Neve
Francisco
Serra
Gongora
Moraga
Exiarc
Cambon
Ayala
Carlos
Fusten
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1775
End Date (repacked)
06-08-1776
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12489
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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acompamo a v.e. los 14 oficios originales que se sirve

Serial Number
041-04614
Title
acompamo a v.e. los 14 oficios originales que se sirve
Author(s)
Castro, Ramon de
noriega, Melchor de
Date
07-10-1792
Documentation
Santa Rosa. July 10, 1792. 34p. Informe. Original.
Summary
Document gives figures for total amount of revenue produced in salt industry in this area. Mentions role played by Barlovento River in economic development of area. Mentions bad effect of salt in water supply on agriculture. Some settlements in area have expanded to degree that they are exposed to Apache attacks, no troops for protection. Proposal for compania de sugetos along coast from Veracruz to Balisa, or else have real hacienda fund development of fishing industry; also wants more Naval activity. Detailed accounts of economic potential of fish species in these waters. Area between interior and costal settlements must be populated to contain Apaches; details best ports along coast for bringing Spanish settlers in to populate said area. Attention must be paid to northern frontier as U.s. is gaining strength in world trade, makes good use of Indian relations to conquer new territory. Only important trade with northern Indians is in fur, but american mining ventures will tend to result in permanent villages, to detriment of Spanish. Examples of situations in which use of fuero militar has helped establish successful settlements. author favors paid milicias provinciales only when fighting to help populate areas. Government help to settlements will depend on productivity of areas. Noriega favors putting Escandon in charge of these projects. (O. Velez, March 1990)
Persons
Ugalde, Juan de (Brigadier)
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Virrey Marques de Croix
Marques de Sonora (Visitador General)
Bucareli, Antonio (Virrey Fray)
Villapardo, Joaquin
Tienda de Cuerbo, Jose (Capitan de Dragones)
Lopez, Augustin (Ingeniero)
Marques de Cruilla
Palazios, Fernando de (Mariscal de Campo)
Escandon, Josefa Maria
Escandon, Mariano de
Escandon, Francisco
Castillo y Llata, Juan Antonio del (Capitan)
Mayorga, Martin de (Virrey)
Nava, Simon Alvarez de (Administrador)
Castro, Elias de (Capitan)
Castro, Ramon de
Noriega, Melchor de
Noriega, Melchor de
Castro, Ramon de
Places
Texas (Provincia)
Tampico
Veracruz
Tamiaga
Nuevo Orleans
Escandon (Villa)
Yucutan, Merida de (Provincia)
Queretaro
Bahia (Presidio)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Monserrate de Cruillas, Nuestra Senora de
San Carlos Saguella (Poblaciones)
Santillana (Villa)
Soto de la Marina (Villa)
Reynosa (Villa)
Laredo
Hoyos
Padilla (Villa)
Aguayo (Villa)
Llera (Villa)
Horcasitas
Altamira (Villa)
San Luis Potosi (Huasteca)
Matehuala (Real)
Balisa (Puerto)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 209 ff. 089-106 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 209 ff. 089-106 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered, these documents begin with phrase in title.
Reference Number
20900008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Castro
noriega
Person Last Name
Ugalde
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Virrey Marques de Croix
Marques de Sonora
Bucareli
Villapardo
Tienda de Cuerbo
Lopez
Marques de Cruilla
Palazios
Escandon
Escandon
Escandon
Castillo y Llata
Mayorga
Nava
Castro
Castro
Noriega
Noriega
Castro
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-10-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11848
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Dilegencias practicadas por noriega sobre el beneficio de metales en el real de San Nicolas de Croix.

Serial Number
041-03476
Title
Dilegencias practicadas por noriega sobre el beneficio de metales en el real de San Nicolas de Croix.
Author(s)
Areceo
noriega, Melchor de
Muniz, Juan de
and others
Date
06-06-1666
Date
08-22-1772
Documentation
Mexico, Nuevo Santander. May 22 - August 22, 1772. 136p. Letters. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Miners and vecinos state that new discoveries in Sierra de Tamaulipa in last 4 years provide legal standard of quality (6 ounces of silver for each load of metal), and proportions given for other qualities which exceed legal standard. Costs of firewood, transportation and other costs make it difficult to make profit. Need for greater population; enemy Indians have returned with depopulation in center of Sierra de tamuaulipa and Apostate Indians raiding surrounding area. Complaints of Nava's offering low price for silver and using Alcavala money to buy silver (attractive to miners as it saves transportation cost and robbery risk. In Guadalcazar, nephew of Nava levied 10 real Alcavala. Nava's influence with governor allows him to exploit situation. Charges that document supposedly from miners and vecinos is really false, need to interview witnesses. Description of founding of San Carlos in 1666 and formation real de San Joseph. Description of San Carlos church and other structures. Advantages of having established beneficio de metales at San Carlos. Suggestion of miners working metals in their own home in areas nearer to mines. explains how to contruct a galeme. Control of silver and transport to San Luis Potosi treasury. Noriega charges list of witnesses is incomplete, and agrees to provide documents to Bucareli. Testimonies on metal profits, Nava's conduct, discussion of abundances of metal, wood, water, ovens, transport costs, and amount of metal resulting after processing. List of owners on mines, number of workers on each, and ounces extracted per load (Leyes) of metal, and economic class of miners. List of depopulated mines. Also list of owners of patentes, galemes, and metal processing equipment (basso, dissetisor) according to location. Ocotillo and Barreta listed as most abundant wood for processing metals. Discusses price of production relative to output of metal. (L. L. Woodward, October 1988)
Persons
Platas, Joaquin de
Bucareli, Antonio Maria de (Virrey)
Noriega, Melchor de
Tubiaun, Thomas de
Alvarez de Nava, Simon
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente (Administrador de Alcavala)
Esquibel, Manuel Joseph de
Gomes, Francisco
Fernandes, Alexo (Capitan)
Inchaurregui, Mateo
Garcia, Antonio
Luna, Phelipe de (Licenciado)
Pliego, Joseph de
Ponze, Bernardo
Bargas, Victor de
Solorza, Lorenzo
Santos, Juan de los
Cienfuegos, Francisco
Galindo, Josef
Canchola, Pedro
Sanches, Diego
Barreda, Julian
Gorraez, Joseph de
Muniz, Juan de
Saldana, Basilio (Vecino)
Trevino, Xavier (Teniente)
Zevallos, Joseph Miguel
Gallegos, Rafael
Luna, Joseph Yvaldo de
Quinos, Juan
Lucio, Juan
Armario, Phelipe de
Sanchez, Joseph
Villafana, Nicolas de
Sanchez, Francisco Xavier
Tapia, Pedro de
Rodriguez, Nicolas
Balderas, Joseph Maria (Vecino)
Theran, Phelipe
Cuevas, Joseph de
Cardena, Francisco
Gonzalez, Ignacio
Cordova, Francisco de
Morales, Joseph
Votres, Mathias de
Bargas, Miguel de
Alcala, Antonio de
Mogro Noriega, Zeledonio
Barrera, Julian
Larrazabal, Francisco
Carranza, Francisco
Origuela, Juan Antonio
Mozan, Francisco
Garcia, Alonzo
Rodriguez, Juan Chrisostomo
Rocha, Phelipe de
Torres, Lucas de
Silverio, Luis
Casino, (Fulano)
Gonzales, Joseph Joachin
Quixano, Antonio de
Urzaga, Domingo de (Capitan)
Garcia, Felipe
Places
Croix, San Nicolas de (Real)
Tamaulipa (Sierra)
Nuevo Santander (Villa)
San Carlos (Villa)
Santa Fee
San Vicente (Minas)
Santa Rosalia (Minas)
Zacatecas (Minas)
Bolanos (Minas)
Guadalcazar (Minas)
Santisima Sacramento (Mina)
Ormigas, San Juan de las (Mina)
Jesus, Dulze Nombre de (Mina)
San Antonio (Mina)
Thadio, San Judas (Mina)
Santa Barbara (Mina)
Escondida, Santa Maria la (Mina)
Nuevo Leon
Guemes
Padilla
Santander
Burgos
Linares (Villa)
Cruillas
San Joseph (Real)
Animas
Soledad, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Luz, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Espiritu Santo (Mina)
Ave Maria (Mina)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Los Pastores (Mina)
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Cinco Senores (Mina)
Senor San Joseph (Mina)
San Joseph (Mina)
Xepomusno, San Juan (Mina)
La Encarnacion (Mina)
San Pedro (Cerro)
Buenavista, San Antonio de (Mina)
Padua, San Antonio de (Mina)
Los Santos Inosentes (Mina)
Carmen, Nuestra Senora de (Mina)
San Francisco Xavier (Mina)
Jesus, Maria, y Joseph (Mina)
San Rafael (Mina)
Las Vivoras (Mina)
Santo Domingo, la Cruz de (Mina)
Agua El Panal
Monilla
Fraile (Arroyo)
El Diente (Canada)
Panito (Puerto)
Loma Berse (Paraje)
Cassiro (Paraje)
Zerro del Sacramento (Paraje) Hoyos
San Judas
San Lorenzo (Mina)
Tassay
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 140 ff. 168-236 exp. 4
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 140 ff. 168-236 exp. 4
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
14000005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Areceo
noriega
noriega
Muniz
Muniz
Person Last Name
Platas
Bucareli
Noriega
Tubiaun
Alvarez de Nava
Gonzales de Santianes
Esquibel
Gomes
Fernandes
Inchaurregui
Garcia
Luna
Pliego
Ponze
Bargas
Solorza
Santos
Cienfuegos
Galindo
Canchola
Sanches
Barreda
Gorraez
Muniz
Saldana
Trevino
Zevallos
Gallegos
Luna
Quinos
Lucio
Armario
Sanchez
Villafana
Sanchez
Tapia
Rodriguez
Balderas
Theran
Cuevas
Cardena
Gonzalez
Cordova
Morales
Votres
Bargas
Alcala
Mogro Noriega
Barrera
Larrazabal
Carranza
Origuela
Mozan
Garcia
Rodriguez
Rocha
Torres
Silverio
Casino
Gonzales
Quixano
Urzaga
Garcia
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-06-1666
End Date (repacked)
08-22-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7823
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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