Indian Auxiliaries

Correspondence between Ripperda, Croix, and Bucareli y Ursua depredations.

Serial Number
041-02598
Title
Correspondence between Ripperda, Croix, and Bucareli y Ursua depredations.
Author(s)
Virrey (?)
Ripperda, Baron de (Gobernador)
Date
00-00-1753
Date
06-30-1772
Documentation
Bexar. October 12,1771 - June 30, 1772. 156p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Peace attempts with Indians especially Comanches and Tauayas. Tauayas arrive in peace to surrender. Comanche female prisoners involved in peace attempts; Mezieres' efforts to gain peace. Vecinos. Comanche involved in weapons commerce with French. Comanche theft of livestock from missions and vecinos. Mission Indians will be provided as auxiliaries only in case of enemy invasion of town or mission. Suggests advantages of building a fort between Guadalupe and San Marcos rivers to defend area from hostile Indians. Transfer of English castaways from English schooner to Bahia and future plans for them. Concerns use of 29 San Sabas troops for Coahuila and their return. Request for materials to build Quartel. Complaint of lack of troops. Viceroy request for and tables supplied by Ripperda on numbers, ranks and locations of troops in province. Tobar resigns; Cazorla replaces him. Concerns accounts of Martos y navarreto. Ripperda welcomes new virrey. (L. L. Woodward, may 1988)
Persons
Ramirez, Pedro (Padre Presidente)
Mezieres, Atanasio de (Teniente Gobernador)
Ripperda, Baron de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Pubea (Capitan Comanche)
Areche
Bigotes (Capitan Indio)
Croix, Marques de
Martos y Navarrete, Angel de
Yndarte, Juan de (Cajero)
Bavi, Marques de (Inspector)
Thovar, Francisco (Capitan)
Sedano, Francisco (Fray)
Oreyli, Alexandro (Teniente Gobernador)
Sauto (Capitan Texas)
Cazorla, Luis
Places
Natchitoches
Luisiana
Adaes
San Antonio (Mision)
San Sabas (Presidio)
Orcoquiza
San Bernardo (Mision)
San Juan de Rio Grande (Mision)
Coahuila
San Joseph (Mision)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia de (Presidio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
San Marcos (Rio)
Santa Cruz (Fuerte)
Zivolo
Bexar, San Antonio de
Orcoquiza (Mision)
Panzacola
Colorado (Rio)
Nuevo Santander (Colonia)
Zacatecas
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Colegio)
Misuri (Rio)
San Luis
Santa Genobeva
Missisipi (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Queretaro
Trinidad (Rio)
Medina (Rio)
Nuezes (Rio)
Santa Gertrudis (Rancho)
Nuevas Philipinas
Nueva Orleans
Camargo
Ethnic Groups
Cainiones
Lipanes
Ozages
Guases
Texas
Comanches
Tauayas
Cadodachos
Franceses
Vidais
Apaches
Tauayares
Negras
Ingleses
Tabacanas
Quiteais
Yucanes
Military Groups
San Sabas, Compania de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 208-285 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 208-285 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Pages missing
Reference Number
10000024
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Virrey
Ripperda
Ripperda
Person Last Name
Ramirez
Mezieres
Ripperda
Bucareli y Ursua
Pubea
Areche
Bigotes
Croix
Martos y Navarrete
Yndarte
Bavi
Thovar
Sedano
Oreyli
Sauto
Cazorla
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
1753
End Date (repacked)
06-30-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Ripperda's letters to virrey re: troops, insubordination, and civil military administration.

Serial Number
041-02597
Title
Ripperda's letters to virrey re: troops, insubordination, and civil military administration.
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de
Date
02-27-1772
Date
08-02-1772
Documentation
Bexar. February 27 - August 2, 1772. 50p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Ripperda awaits visit of Mecieres with Indians from nations desiring peace. Campaign desired against continued Apache hostilities. Apache union with naciones de adentro. Concerns troop movement, mail delivery, relief of detachments, use and position of 29 San Sabas troops. Describes March of castaways from English schooner including sale of supplies and horses. Ripperda acknowledges receipt of viceroy's letters. Reports to viceroy refusal to return Comanche women in peace negotiations; appointment of interim capitan of Bahia; receipt of autos of soldier accused of killing another soldier; receipt of order to not request mission Indians for campaigns or defense; resignation of Thobar; publishing of vandos about new currency and postal service. (L. L. Woodward, April 1988)
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Mecieres, Atanacio de (Teniente Gobernador)
Thovar, Francisco (Capitan)
Menchaca, Luis (Capitan)
Oconor, Hugo (Teniente Coronel)
Casorla, Luis (Capitan Interino)
Chirinos, Juan (Soldado)
Carbajal, Christov
Barrio, Jacinto
Martos, Angel
Places
Natchitoches
Coahuila
Adaes
Luisiana
San Sabas
Zivolo, Santa Cruz de
Bahia
Potosi, San Luis
Colorado (Rio)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia de
Bexar
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Ingleses
Comanches
Military Groups
San Sabas, Compania de
Blanco, Milicias de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 183-207 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 183-207 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10000023
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Bucareli y Ursua
Mecieres
Thovar
Menchaca
Oconor
Casorla
Chirinos
Carbajal
Barrio
Martos
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-27-1772
End Date (repacked)
08-02-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian auxiliares, troop movements, and civil-military administration

Serial Number
041-02595
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian auxiliares, troop movements, and civil-military administration
Author(s)
Valverde, Acyclos (Fray)
Ripperda, Baron de
Date
06-22-1771
Date
12-21-1771
Documentation
Bexar. July 31 - December 21, 1771. 34 p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Concerns request for Indian auxiliaries from several missions to protect Bahia. Return of 29 soldiers from San Saba and use of troops to escort Indians. Possibility of peace with Comanches and Tauayares; territories under hostile Indian control; war with Apaches; Indian trade of weapons for horses. Concerns Apache horse raids. Possible return of Apostate Indians to missions. Notification of viceroy of change in personnel; publications of vandos;correspondence of capitans. (L. L. Woodward, April 1988)
Persons
Valverde, Acyclos (Fray)
Ripperda, Baron de (Gobernador)
Thobar, Francisco
Croix, Marques de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Casorla, Luis
Martos y Navarrete, Angel
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de
Texas
Queretaro, Santisima Cruz de (Colegio)
San Antonio (Rio)(Mision)
Rosario (Mision)
Bahia (Presidio)
Grande (Rio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Misiones)
Santa Cruz (Mision)(Fuerte)
San Sabas (Presidio)
Adaes (Presidio)
Coahuila
Luisiana
San Javier
San Javier (Rio)
Nachitoches
San Fernando (Villa)
Zivolo (Arroyo)
Orcoquiza (Presidio)
Potosi, San Luis
Puerco (Rio)
Nuezes (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Misuri
Ethnic Groups
Comanches
Tauayares
Apaches
Vidais
Lipanes
Ingleses
Texas
Mayeyes
Yervipiamos
Yupuanes
Tancaues
Military Groups
San Sabas, Compania de
San Javier, Compania de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 153-169 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 153-169 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Doc. Incomplete
Reference Number
10000021
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Valverde
Ripperda
Person Last Name
Valverde
Ripperda
Thobar
Croix
Bucareli y Ursua
Casorla
Martos y Navarrete
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-22-1771
End Date (repacked)
12-21-1771
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian auxiliares, Indian conversion, and detachment troops

Serial Number
041-02594
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian auxiliares, Indian conversion, and detachment troops
Author(s)
Lanusa, Ignacio Maria (Fray)
Ripperda, Baron de (Gobernador)
and others
Date
04-20-1771
Date
08-07-1771
Documentation
San Joseph, Bexar. July 31, 1771 - August 7, 1771. 28 p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Fray Lanusa concerned over use of Indians as auxiliaries, discusses equiping of auxiliaries. 50 Indians sent to Querataro missions. Concerns movement of 29 troops and complaints of their being sent to Coahuila. Establishment of presidio of San Xavier and need for troops and docile Indians. Detachment established at Tivolo. Discusses troop recruitment and marital status of many soldiers. Lack of troops to deal with hostile, armed Indians. (L. L. Woodward, April 1988)
Persons
Lanusa, Ignacio Maria (Fray)
Ripperda, Baron de (Gobernador)
Tobar, Francisco (Capitan)
Croix, Marques de (Virrey)
Anocha, Juan de
Granado, Juan
Alvarez, Pedro
Barzenas, Antonio
Lozo, Faustino
Flores, Juan Joseph
Therar, Phelipe de
Barrio, Jasinto de
Ortis Parrilla, Diego (Coronel)
Pru, Francisco (Alferes)
Menchaca, Luis Antonio (Capitan)
Oconor, Hugo
Calvillo, Ignacio
Delgado, Amador
Places
Bahia (Presidio)
San Joseph (Mision)
Bexar, San Antonio de
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Misiones)
San Saba (Presidio)(Rio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Nuebas Philipinas
Laredo, Nuestra Senora de
Coahguila
Canon
TiVolo (Arroyo)
Rosario (Mision)
Canaria (Islas)
Potosi, San Luis
San Xavier (Presidio)(Rio)
Orcoquisa
Amarillas
Valero
San Marcos (Rio)
Viscaya
Galicia
Nueba Colonia
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 139-152 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 139-152 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 139-143 out of order
Reference Number
10000020
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Lanusa
Ripperda
Person Last Name
Lanusa
Ripperda
Tobar
Croix
Anocha
Granado
Alvarez
Barzenas
Lozo
Flores
Therar
Barrio
Ortis Parrilla
Pru
Menchaca
Oconor
Calvillo
Delgado
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-20-1771
End Date (repacked)
08-07-1771
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Ripperda's correspondence re: peace with Indians, use of troops, defense, Indian depredations and pacification

Serial Number
041-02593
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: peace with Indians, use of troops, defense, Indian depredations and pacification
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de
Virrey(?)
Thovar, Francisco de (Capitan)
and others
Date
05-26-1771
Date
09-12-1771
Documentation
Bexar, Bahia. May 26 - October 12, 1771. 54p. Letters. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Concerns Thobar's activities and resulting deaths in fight with Indians over horse theft. Controversy about Thobar's insubordination in not requesting fort troops and his request for detachment troops. Comanche theft of horses and oxen from missions. Describes Menchaca's use of troops and Pacheco's retreat from the Colorado River. Apaches are armed and hostile to Comanches. Mentions Demezieres' peace-seeking trip to enemy captains. Suggestions of whether or not Indians should be given arms, but discusses giving of gifts in peacemaking process. Administrative concerns over copies of letters about Demezieres' trip. Concerns need for troops and use of mission Indians to patrol because of diminishing troops due to sickness and death. Mention of Ripperda's marriage and memorial in regard to a brigadier promotion. Menchaca departs to coast with detachment to get Indians for missions of Santa Crus and padres give account of number of Indians acquired. Request for another mission in San Antonio reinforced with Indians and troops. Discussion of postal service and route and time taken to new Orleans. Indian commerce with English in guns and powder. Governor of Louisiana in agreement with Croix to gain tranquility in province. Mention of decree that Indians learn Spanish. (L. L. Woodward, April 1988)
Persons
Croix, Marques de
Ripperda, Baron de
Thovar, Francisco de (Capitan)
Pacheco, Rafael (Capitan)
Menchaca, Luis Antonio (Capitan)
Demezieres, Atanasio (Teniente Gobernador)
Gonzales, Joseph (Teniente)
Ramirez, Pedro (Padre Presidente)
Vigotes (Capitan Texas)
Oreilly, Alexandro (Teniente Gobernador)
Gonzales, Francisco (Teniente)
Sedano (Padre)
Valverde, Acyclos(?) (Fray)
Bergara, Elisco de (Aviador)
Mimos (?) (Padre Presidente)
Ramos, Antonio (Fray)
Buenos y Santesteban, Andres (Fray)
Sainz de Sumiel(?), Juan Joseph (Fray)
Le Blanc
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de
Rosario (Mision)
Grande (Rio)
Bahia
Guadalupe (Mision)(Rio)
San Antonio (Mision)
Capistrano, San Juan (Mision)
Colorado (Rio)
Nachitoches
Canon (Sitio)
San Fernando (Villa)
San Saba
Texas
Coahuyla
Zibolo (Arroyo)
Zacatecas
Queretaro, Santa Cruz (Mision)
Potosi, San Luis
Luisiana
Orcoquiza
Valero, San Antonio de
Nagcodocho
Trinidad (Rio)
Nuevo Santander
Espada (Mision)
Cazieres (Collera)
Nueva Orleans
Laredo
Coahuila
Salinas
Adaes
Ethnic Groups
Comanches
Apaches Lipanes
Texas
Tauayas
Caudachos
Apaches
Yngleses
Taranames
Tanahues
Orcoquizas
Franzeses
Masos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 112-138 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 112-138 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10000019
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ripperda
Virrey
Thovar
Thovar
Thovar
Person Last Name
Croix
Ripperda
Thovar
Pacheco
Menchaca
Demezieres
Gonzales
Ramirez
Vigotes
Oreilly
Gonzales
Sedano
Valverde
Bergara
Mimos
Ramos
Buenos y Santesteban
Sainz de Sumiel
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-26-1771
End Date (repacked)
09-12-1771
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6940
ISO 369-1 Language code
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Ripperda's correspondence re: defence, troop movement and allocation, and Indian depredations

Serial Number
041-02589
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: defence, troop movement and allocation, and Indian depredations
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de
Virrey(?)
Menchaca, Luis Antonio
and others
Date
07-21-1770
Date
06-22-1771
Documentation
Bexar, San Joseph, others. March 8 - June 22, 1771. 42p. Letters. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Discussion of detachment of troops made up of troops from Adaes and Orcoquiza due to fear of return of enemy nations. Viceroy orders movement of presidio to Orcoquiza, 2 padres and soldiers remain in Orcoquiza. Desire to repopulate Ranchos, but distance between Ranchos makes defence difficult, suggestion to plant Ranchos with vecinos together under protection of detachment. Rebuilding of Cuerpo de Guardia, houses, prison. Excesses committed by Indians in Bahia and environs under Thobar thus need of troops from Orcoquiza, Adaes, San Sabas, and friendly Indians to punish barbaros. Plea for Ripperda to keep harmony with thobarand's other captains. Soldiers involved in Bahia road building, protecting entrances, Ranchos. Reports of death of Indians and soldiers. Complaints of Indian spying in missions, lack of troops, and horse and oxen theft. Fort establishment. Desire for missionization of coastal Indians. Report of Mal de Lengua disease. Viceroy (?) Discusses defence of province in case of declaration of war with English. (L. L. Woodward, March 1988)
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Croix, Marques de
Demezieres, Atanasio (Comandante)
Martos y Navarete, Angel de
Tobar, Francisco (Capitan)
Ramirez, Pedro (Padre Presidente)
Pacheco, Rafael Martinez
Menchaca, Luis Antonio (Capitan)
Menchaca, Joseph Feliz
Arocha, Juan de
Thontesdioca(?), Julio Joseph de
Granados, Juan
Riotas(?), Juan Joseph Bueno de
Ocor(?), Pedro de
Coy, Christoral de los Santos
Delgado, Jacinto
Delgado, Domingo
Paiz(?), Juan Manuel
Lorenzo, Inasio
Rodriguez, Francisco Xavier
Armas, Basilio de
Sambrano, Joseph Macario
Umada, Juan de
Romero, Juan Antonio
Orendarin, Francisco de
Mincha, Diego
Anada, Francisco de
Inzaga y Amezaga, Luis de (Gobernador)
Leal, Pedro
Calvilio, Ignacio
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de
Nachitoches
Orcoquiza (Presidio)
Vrasos de Dios (Rio)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio)
San Sabas
Rio Grande
Camargo
San Joseph (Mision)
Zivolo (Arroyo)
San Antonio (Mision)(Rio)(Arroyo)
San Fernando (Villa)
San Marcos (Rio)
Sibolo
Nueva Orleans
Guadalupe
Colorado (Rio)
Santa Cruz (Fuerte)
Concepcion
Espada (Mision)
San Juan (Mision)
Adaes
Laredo
Ethnic Groups
Orcoquizas
Apaches
Comanches
Taguaras
Taguacanas
Iujuanes
Maieies
Tancahues
Vidais
Taranames
Ingleses
Military Groups
Adaes, Compania de
Zivolo, Guarnicion del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 065-085 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 065-085 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
F 84 stuck in middle of letter of ff 83 and 85, lower right corner torn away.
Reference Number
10000015
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ripperda
Virrey
Menchaca
Menchaca
Menchaca
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Croix
Demezieres
Martos y Navarete
Tobar
Ramirez
Pacheco
Menchaca
Menchaca
Arocha
Thontesdioca
Granados
Riotas
Ocor
Coy
Delgado
Delgado
Paiz
Lorenzo
Rodriguez
Armas
Sambrano
Umada
Romero
Orendarin
Mincha
Anada
Inzaga y Amezaga
Leal
Calvilio
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-21-1770
End Date (repacked)
06-22-1771
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6936
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian depredations and abandonment of Orcoquiza

Serial Number
041-02584
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: Indian depredations and abandonment of Orcoquiza
Author(s)
Ripperda, Baron de
Gonzales, Joseph
Date
10-14-1770
Date
02-12-1771
Documentation
Bexar, ades. October 14, 1770 - February 12, 1771. 12p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Ripperda acknowledges receipt of letters concerning Indarte working in Mexico. Reports to viceroy of details of sightings of Indians by French hunters and footprints of over 600 Indians. Captain of Orcoquiza sent Ripperda's men back. Arrival of troops from Orcoquiza and Adaes loosing many horses. Mission Indians, soldiers and vecinos to fight against Comanches, Taguayas and Tancagues. Contact of non-missionized Indians with missionized Indians. 8 soldiers from San Sabas Haven't appeared. Arrival of Orcoquizas at Bexar to become christians. Priest of Adaes unsuccessfully tries to make peace with Indian captains. French helping Indians, established 2 forts and provisioned for commerce with Indian nations. Vecinos of Orcoquiza can settle and plant, stockade will replace Destacamento. Gonzales complains of Indians not making peace, illicit commerce with French and fear of invasion. Refers to Misieres' dealings with Indians and Sandeni's report of abandonment to Orcoquiza. (L. L. Woodward, March 1988)
Persons
Croix, Marques de (Virrey)
Indarte, Juan de
Martos, Angel de
Carabajal, Bernave
Laba, Ignacio Maria (Padre)
Calzones (Capitan Orcoquiza)
Gonzalez, Joseph (Teniente)
Demezieres, Atanasio (Comandante)
Santa Maria (Padre)
Sandeni, Luis de
Misieres, Athanacio de
Places
Adaes (Presidio)
Orcoquiza (Presidio)
Bahia (Presidio)
Nachitoches
Valero, San Antonio de (Mision)
Concepcion (Mision)
Bexar (Presidio)
Okenas (Fuerte)
Aijis (Mision)
Luciana
Ethnic Groups
Opeluzas
Ingleses
Franceses
Vidais
Asinais
Comanches
Taguayas
Tancaques
Yupanes
Bervipianos
Orcoquizas
Coadachos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 053-058 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 053-058 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10000010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ripperda
Gonzales
Person Last Name
Croix
Indarte
Martos
Carabajal
Laba
Calzones
Gonzalez
Demezieres
Santa Maria
Sandeni
Misieres
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-14-1770
End Date (repacked)
02-12-1771
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6931
ISO 369-1 Language code
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Ripperda's correspondence re: troops, tobacco, and prisoner

Serial Number
041-02583
Title
Ripperda's correspondence re: troops, tobacco, and prisoner
Author(s)
Valverde, Azisclos (Fray)
Ripperda, Baron de
Virrey(?)
Date
07-07-1777
Date
08-05-1770
Documentation
Bexar, Valero. September 3 - August 5, 1770. 10p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Concerns formation of defence for presidio and receipt of arms and supply for vecinos. Missionization of orcozas. Use of Indian auxiliares and vecinos to serve in missions instead of soldiers. Discusses need for louisianan hunters to campaign against Indians not to defend presidio. Request for 200 men as escort while presidio established in almagrez. Ripperda suggests captains provide tobacco for each presidio as incentive to soldiers; refers to set tobacco price. Orders about prisoner Bermudez delayed, prisoner kept in captain's house, discusses route to royal jail, viceroy hopes Bermudez will be sent soon. (L. L. Woodward, March 1988)
Persons
Valverde, Azisclos (Fray)
Lanuza, Ignacio (Ministro)
Croix, Marques de (Virrey)
Martos, Angel de (Gobernador)
Oconor, Hugo
Soto Bermudez, Manuel
Ripperda, Baron de
Thovar (Capitan)
Places
San Joseph (Mision)
Valero, San Antonio de (Mision)
San Sabas (Presidio)
Orcoquiza (Presidio)
Adaes
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Mision)
Guadalupe (Colegio)
San Antonio (Rio)
Luisiana
Almagres (Lomeria)
Nachitoches (Presidio)
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Orco(?)Zas
Vidais
Atacapas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 048-052 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 048-052 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10000009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Valverde
Ripperda
Person Last Name
Valverde
Lanuza
Croix
Martos
Oconor
Soto Bermudez
Ripperda
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-07-1777
End Date (repacked)
08-05-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6930
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
Collections
General Subjects
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Letters to Ripperda re: presidio defense and arms.

Serial Number
041-02580
Title
Letters to Ripperda re: presidio defense and arms.
Author(s)
Virrey(?)
Date
07-24-1770
Documentation
N.p. July 24,1770. 10p. Letters. Originals.
Summary
Concerns arguments against use of 300 French hunters from Louisiana to fight Apaches. Force instead to be made of Adaes troops, mission Indians and vecinos. 400 miners request presidio but must seek help of other presidios. Refusal of troops and canons. Shipment of guns, powder and bullets for vecinos' defense.
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Llanos de Nergara, Elisco
Places
Luisiana
Bexar (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Nuevo Orleans
Adaes (Presidio)
Horcoquiza
San Sava
San Antonio
Almagres (Lomeria)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 100 ff. 038-042 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 100 ff. 038-042 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
10000006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Llanos de Nergara
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-24-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6927
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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General Subjects
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Correspondence and diary by Cuellar concerning one of his military campaigns against Indians.

Serial Number
041-02488
Title
Correspondence and diary by Cuellar concerning one of his military campaigns against Indians.
Author(s)
Cuellar, Lope de
Cuellar, Francisco de
Date
06-08-1769
Date
11-03-1769
Documentation
Janos/rio de los mimbres/jornada del muerto. July 8, 1769 to November 3, 1769. 44p. Letters. Copies.
Summary
Recommendation to Cuellar to direct military operations to Coahuila, to cover frontiers of Sonora and to fight in province of Gila. Statement of Cuellar's distrust of Indians, and of reduction to be achieved through weapons. Governor of Coahuila speaks as representative of viceroy; mention of composition of military companies to fight for Nueva Vizcaya and of Francisco Cuellar's military history. Copy of correspondence between Cuellar and captain of San Buenaventura concerning discussion of threats made by Indian enemies and military tactics for their reduction; emphasis on importance of exterminating them. Cuellar's diary of happenings in expedition at his charge terrain, of military organization, of encounter with Indians, war tactics, endurance of soldiers and auxiliaries, provisions, injured and dead soldiers and Indians, description of difficulties encountered in clashes with Indians, mention of Indian spies and information given by them, information of other military officials doings. (M. Vasquez, July 1988)
Persons
Croix, Marques de
Cuellar, Lope de (Capitan)
Cuellar, Francisco de
Rodriguez, Manuel
Gomez de la Torre, Manuel
Aguero, Joseph Carlos de
Terraz, Feliz de
Barrio, Pedro
Gutierrez, Gregorio (Cabo)
Epexoda (?), Juan de
Galvez, Bernardo (Capitan)
Zurdo (Capitan)
Frixoles (Capitan)
Vildosola, Gabriel de (Capitan)
Cholome (General)
Places
Janos (Presidio)
Chiguagua
Coaguila
Sonora
Gila (Provincia)
Durango
Veracruz (Plaza)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Oaxuquilla
Oxo Caliente
Bas de Piedra del Rio del Norte
Robledo (Sierra)
Zerrogordo
Julimes
Rio de los Mimbres, Canada del (Campo)
Animas (Sierra)
Boca
Acha
Corral de Piedra
Corral de Quinteros
Jornada del Muerto (Campo)
Espia (Cerro)
Capulin (Sierra)
San Lorenzo del Real, Campo de
Dolores (Hacienda)
Salitre (Paraje)
Alamos
El Sacramento (Rancho)
San Isidro (Rancho)
Carmen (Hacienda)
Santa Maria de Basaraca (Pueblo)
Tavalaopa
Zerrogueco
Socorro (Pueblo)
Isleta (Pueblo)
Mesilla (Puesto)
Pitic
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Opatas
nortenos
Cholomes
Sumas
Natajes
Military Groups
America, Regimiento de Infanteria de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 098 ff. 581-623 exp. 4
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 098 ff. 581-623 exp. 4
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents on ff. 586 and 588 incomplete. Ff. 594, 604, 611 and 622 repeated twice. Appears in indice del ramo as exp. 1.
Reference Number
9800021
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Cuellar
Cuellar
Person Last Name
Croix
Cuellar
Cuellar
Rodriguez
Gomez de la Torre
Aguero
Terraz
Barrio
Gutierrez
Epexoda
Galvez
Zurdo
Frixoles
Vildosola
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-08-1769
End Date (repacked)
11-03-1769
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6835
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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