Indian Guides

Muy senor mio: desde el parte de 20 de marzo po.po. se han rendido catorze yndios Seris con sus familias

Serial Number
041-04933
Title
Muy senor mio: desde el parte de 20 de marzo po.po. se han rendido catorze yndios Seris con sus familias
Author(s)
Elizondo, Domingo
Date
04-21-1770
Documentation
Pitic. April 21, 1770. 5p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
14 more Seris and families surrender, bringing total to 191 persons. 4 more families asking pardon. Very few rebel Seris left. 3 Tiburones ask pardon and that their nation be allowed to remain on Island. Spaniards agree as long as several of their leaders come to make peace. No Seris left on Tiburon mas que tal qual que esta Casado y aliado con familias del Pais. Seris state Vipisi and Pima followers joining Cueras in Sierra de las Espuelas and offer to lead Spaniards to them. Guided by Chrisanto and 2 other Seris, Bergosa and 60 soldiers pursue Pimas, who flee into mountains. 4 rebels, 3 women, 3 children killed, 6 captured. Horses recovered. Chrisanto appointed gobernador of reduced Seris, Francisco Alcalde. (T. Sheridan) (1980)
Persons
Vipisi (Pima Capitan)
Cueras (Pima Capitan)
Bergosa, Juan (Capitan)
Chrisanto (Seri Capitan)
Francisco (Seri Alcalde)
Elizondo, Domingo
Croix, Marques de
Places
Ostimuri (Provincia)
Espuelas (Sierra)
Pitic
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Tiburones
Pimas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 226 ff. 231-233 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 226 ff. 231-233 (Appr
Language
Spanish
Notes
Out of order. Same information in Croix to Elizondo, 6/18/1770, ff. 157-158.
Reference Number
22600054
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Vipisi
Cueras
Bergosa
Chrisanto
Francisco
Elizondo
Croix
Beginning Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-21-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12167
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Muy senor mio: luego que espiro la ultima prorroga del perdon concedido algos enemigos por el senor visitador general

Serial Number
041-04900
Title
Muy senor mio: luego que espiro la ultima prorroga del perdon concedido algos enemigos por el senor visitador general
Author(s)
Elizondo, Domingo
Date
08-21-1769
Documentation
Pitic. August 21, 1769. 3p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Anza, 80 soldiers, 4 Seri guides led by Chrisanto search for rebels. Capture Pima woman, who tells them a Rancheria of Seris, Sibubapas camped in mountain canyon. At least 4 Seris killed. Rest flee to nearby Bosque, escaping troops por su mayor agilidad a Pie. Marcos, hidden in espesura, tells Chrisanto he's going to kill him for guiding Spaniards. Another detachment of 70 troops sent out to search for Seris. Pimas, Suaquis believed to be in Cerro (Prieto). (T. Sheridan) (1980)
Persons
Ansa, Juan (Capitan)
Chrisanto (Seri Capitan)
Elizondo, Domingo
Croix, Marques de
Places
Tenuaje
Pitic
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Pimas
Sibubapas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 226 ff. 052-053 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 226 ff. 052-053 (Appr
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
22600021
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ansa
Chrisanto
Elizondo
Croix
Beginning Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
08-21-1769
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12134
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Muy senior mio: teniendo presentes las ordenes de v.e. de 21 de henero y 18 de febrero

Serial Number
041-04888
Title
Muy senior mio: teniendo presentes las ordenes de v.e. de 21 de henero y 18 de febrero
Author(s)
Elizondo, Domingo
Date
04-21-1769
Documentation
Pitic. April 21, 1769. 6p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Seris called menos Mala, y la que Mas ha sido castigada of all rebels. 114 Seris killed, captured since June of 1768. Many Seris asking for peace. Notes surrender, pardon of capitan Crisanto. Crisanto states many Seris wish to make peace but are so dispersed it is difficult to get them together. Seris tired of life of constant danger, afraid of Spanish troops since attack on Palma canyon. Marcos described as el principal leader of Seris. Elizondo argues that although it would be best to exterminate rebels, their tactic of dispersing into small groups make such a task virtually impossible. States if Seris had been treated justly in first place, they may not have rebelled. Claims they were enslaved by los expulsos (Jesuits) and had most reason of all rebels to rebel. Notes that since Seris first to rebel, they're blamed for hostilities committed by other rebels. States Seris menos ynumana, y la que menos y mbasions ha hecho en la Provincia de ostimury. Notes that reduced Seris can be used as guides against Suaquis and Pimas. (T. Sheridan) (1980)
Persons
Crisanto (Seri Capitan)
Marcos (Seri Capitan)
Elizondo, Domingo
Croix, Marques de
Places
Palma
Ostimury
Pitic
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Pimas
Sibubapas
Suaquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 226 ff. 021-026 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 226 ff. 021-026 (Appr
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
22600009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Crisanto
Marcos
Elizondo
Croix
Beginning Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-21-1769
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12122
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Copia de los partes y un diario del capitan don Joseph Manuel Carrasco dando cuenta justificada de las resultas de su ultima Campana; con inclusion de varias ordenes comunicadas al mismo.

Serial Number
041-04348
Title
Copia de los partes y un diario del capitan don Joseph Manuel Carrasco dando cuenta justificada de las resultas de su ultima Campana; con inclusion de varias ordenes comunicadas al mismo.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Carrasco, Joseph Manuel (Capitan)
and others
Date
09-39-1789
Date
11-14-1789
Documentation
Chihuahua, others. August 29, 1789 - November 27, 1789. 28p. Letter, diary. Copy (dated November 27, 1789), signed.
Summary
Discussion and copy of diary of Carrasco's campaign. Extensive use made of Indian auxiliaries. Documents include list of recaptured livestock identified by brands and colors. (D. Marksz, November 1987)
Persons
Carrasco, Joseph Manuel (Capitan)
Manta Negra (Capitancillo)
Chiquito (Capitancillo)
Gonzalez, Joseph Maria (Alferez)
Medina, Roque de (Ayudante Inspector)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Bofes Grandes (Capitan)
Martinez, Francisco (Teniente Coronel)
Baltazar
Manuel
Tapia, Joseph
Grijalba, Patricio (Sargento)
Limon, Guillermo (Alferez)
Bernal, Yldefonso (Cadete)
Castillo, Miguel del (Cadete)
Ruiz, Vicente (Sargento)
Mijares, Rudecindo (Sargento)
Ojos Colorados
Chavarria, Pedro Joseph de
Martinez, Andres
Griego, Antonio (Sargento)
Bohorques, Juan Antonio (Sargento)
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan Manta Prieta (Capitancillo)
Florez, Juan (Soldado)
Places
Sonora
Chihuahua
Capulin (Sierra)
Corral de Piedra (Sierra)
Escondida (Sierra)
Arados (Sierra)
Mula (Sierra)
Terrenate (Sierra)
San Joaquin
Temehuague
San Pablo
Encinillas (Sierra)
Bacoachic
San Bernardino
San Luis (Valle)
Alamo Hueco
Perro (Ojo)
Vanegas(?)
Quinteros (Corral)
Hedeondo (Pozo)
Palanganas (Sierra)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Colorado (Cerro)
Fierro (Sierra)
Carmen (Sierra)
Carrizal
Pajarito (Sierra)
Guerachi (Sierra)
San Marcos
San Borjas (Pueblo)
Carichic (Pueblo)
Carmen (Hacienda)
Maxalca (Potrero)
Namiquipa (Puesto)
Santa Clara (Rio)
Campana (Canon)
Mimbres
San Pablo (Sierra)
Yerba (Canada)
Nueva Vizcaya
Chiguagua (Villa)
Torreon (Rancho)
Guerachic (Sierra)
Majalca
Santa Maria (Presidio)
Fronteras (Presidio)
Colorado (Cerro)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
Metates (Sierra)
Suma (Ojo)
Cosiguiriachic
Santa Clara
Arco (Sierra)
Ethnic Groups
Chiricaguis
Opatas
Apaches
Taraumares
Military Groups
Chiricaguis, Partida de
Sonora, Tropa de
Tercera Compania Volante
Quarta Compania
Nueva Vizcaya, Tropa de
Opatas de Bacoachic, Tropa de
Taraumares, Partida de Indios
Namiquipa, Partida de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 193 ff. 272-286
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 193 ff. 272-286
Language
Spanish
Notes
F. 286 duplicated
Reference Number
19300023
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Carrasco
Person Last Name
Carrasco
Manta Negra
Chiquito
Gonzalez
Medina
Ugarte y Loyola
Bofes Grandes
Martinez
Baltazar
Manuel
Tapia
Grijalba
Limon
Bernal
Castillo
Ruiz
Mijares
Ojos Colorados
Chavarria
Martinez
Griego
Bohorques
Gasiot y Miralles
Florez
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-39-1789
End Date (repacked)
11-14-1789
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11582
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence between Ugarte y Loyola and virrey re: peace with Apaches.

Serial Number
041-04331
Title
Correspondence between Ugarte y Loyola and virrey re: peace with Apaches.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Virrey With Apaches.
Date
02-28-1789
Date
03-31-1789
Documentation
Chihuahua. February 28 - March 31, 1789. 30p. Letter. Original, copy, signed, unsigned.
Summary
After reading diaries of Concha and Echeagaray, Ugarte y Loyola has given thought to utility of applying pressure to Gilenos in their most remote lands in order to force them to ask for peace. Loyola is sending copy of Concha's map to virrey. Importance of religious education and conversion in peace process is discussed. Loyola sent Gonzales, with 15-20 Chiricahua Indians to serve as spies, guides and auxiliaries, to join campaign. (D. Marksz, October 1987)
Persons
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Echeagaray, Manuel de
Florez, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Medina, Roque de (Comandante de las Armas)
Denofeant, Antonio (Comandante)
Galvez, Conde de
Vildosola, Jose Manuel de
Garado(?) y Duran, Pedro
Gasiot y Miralles
Gonzalez, Joseph Maria (Alferez)
Ugalde, Juan de
Places
Nuevo Mexico
Gila
Sonora
Nueva Vizcaya
Mimbres
San Francisco
Arispe
Bacuachic
Ethnic Groups
Gilenos
Apaches
Comanches
Yutas
Navajoes
Chiricaguis
Military Groups
Sonora, Tropas de
Nueva Vizcaya, Tropas de
Nuevo Mexico, Tropas de
Bacoachic, Compania de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 193 ff. 093-108
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 193 ff. 093-108
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
19300006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Concha
Echeagaray
Florez
Diaz
Medina
Denofeant
Galvez
Vildosola
Garado y Duran
Gasiot y Miralles
Gonzalez
Ugalde
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-28-1789
End Date (repacked)
03-31-1789
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11565
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Journals reporting campaigns of Tovar, Diaz de Luna, Soler in Sonora, Chihuahua.

Serial Number
041-04315
Title
Journals reporting campaigns of Tovar, Diaz de Luna, Soler in Sonora, Chihuahua.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Tovar, Joseph Maria de (Capitan)
Ruiz, Jose Vicente (Sargento)
and others
Date
06-14-1790
Date
08-17-1790
Documentation
San Geronimo. June 14 to August 17, 1790. 32p. Letters, relaciones, draft. Signed, transcribed.
Summary
Tovar, Diaz de Luna, Soler being retired from campaign; describes dealings with Cumpa, Guero, Yagonxli at Principe. Campaign in which Tovar led troop of Gilenos, Opatas, Chiricahuas into Chiricahua mountains against hostiles campaign failed to find any Indians, only 14 abandoned rancherias at Pina. Reports on loss of horses, one Dies from Pimas, Opatas campaign against Apaches at Florida mountain. Mention of tren. Frequent mention of lack of water, even at tinajas and Cienegas. (A. Dean, March 1989)
Persons
Tovar, Joseph Maria de (Capitan)
Diaz de Luna, Miguel (Alferez)
Soler, Nicolas (Capitan)
Peru, Joaquin (Teniente)
Moreno, Valentin (Sargento)
Marquez, Agustin (Alferez)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Cumpa (Indio)
Guero (Indio)
Yagonxli (Gileno)
Chiquito (Capitan Indio)
Ruiz, Jose Vicente (Sargento)
Yescas, Francisco (Cabo)
Beltran, Antonio Cresencio (Sargento)(Opata)
Molina, Joaquin (Carabinero)
Almanza, Nicolas (Alferez)
Olguin, Juan Jose
Porto, Jose Maria de (Alferez)
Rengel, Manuel (Teniente)
Sales Bohonquis, Francisco
Medina, Roqui de (Teniente Coronel)
Grimarest, Henrique
Ferreiza, Jose (Alferez)
Higuera (Cabo)
Arellanes (Capitan)(Opata)
Celis (Sargento)
Marquiz, Miguel (Carabinero)
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Places
Sonora
San Geronimo
Bacoachi
Principe (Presidio)
Palotada
Ojo de Agua de San Joseph
Animas (Sierra)
Chiricagui (Sierra)
Santa Rita (Tinaje)
Pazes (Arroyo)
San Simon
Janos
Carrizal (Presidio)
San Jose (Aguaje)
San Marcial (Sierra)
Chorreras
Gallego
Arados (Sierra)
Ojo Caliente
Patos (Laguna)
Guadalupe (Puerto)
Puerco (Rio)
San Eleceario
Pino (Sierra)
Petacas (Aguaje)
Palmarito
Tucson (Presidio)
Florida (Sierra)
Bavispe
Arispe
Santa Cruz (Antiguo)
Cienega (Ojo)
Cavezas (Sierra)
Almirezes
Santa Teresa (Sierra)
Trinidad (Aguaje)
Babacomari
Reunion, Santa Cruz de (Puerto)
Alamos
Penascosa (Sierra)
Cebadilla (Puesto)
San Miguel (Vado)
Aguaverde
Aribaipa (Cajon)
Sotoles
Fronteras (Presidio)
Santa Catharina (Sierra)
Agua Caliente (Cienega)
Tubac (Presidio)
Opatas (Nacion)
San Xavier (Cienega)
Coyame
Cavallada (Real)
Carmen (Hacienda)
Ethnic Groups
Gandules
Chiricagues
Apaches
Opatas
Pimas
Gilenos
Military Groups
Cruzero de Sonora, Partida de
Sonora, destacamento En
Coyame, Tropa de
Chorreras, Tropa de
Provincias del Poniente, Tropas de Las
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 266-281
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 266-281
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered, part of some pages lost in gutter.
Reference Number
19100016
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Tovar
Ruiz
Ruiz
Person Last Name
Tovar
Diaz de Luna
Soler
Peru
Moreno
Marquez
Ugarte y Loyola
Cumpa
Guero
Yagonxli
Chiquito
Ruiz
Yescas
Beltran
Molina
Almanza
Olguin
Porto
Rengel
Sales Bohonquis
Medina
Grimarest
Ferreiza
Higuera
Arellanes
Celis
Marquiz
Gasiot y Miralles
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-14-1790
End Date (repacked)
08-17-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11549
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Tejas provinces missions' diaries by Ramon and Espinosa.

Serial Number
041-04189
Title
Tejas provinces missions' diaries by Ramon and Espinosa.
Author(s)
Moro, Gerardo
Espinossa
Linares, Duque de
and others
Date
00-00-1688
Date
00-00-1716
Documentation
Mexico. June 6, 1715 - November 30, 1716 120p. Autos. Signed.
Summary
French trespassing into the Tejas provinces by San Dionis under pretext of buying livestock for Luisiana. They are believed to be looking for more land to occupy and trade with the Indians. Translation of San Dionis observations and map from San Juan presidio to Diego Ramon's at the Rio Grande cause Audiencia general to approve the establishing of missions in the Tejas provinces in order to maintain control over the Indians there. Descriptions of fertile lands and friendly Indians. Trade is to be stopped with the French. Supply lists and salary expenses for military escort for missionaries. Ramon and Espinosa travel from Saltillo to the Tejas or Asinai provinces with 75 people comprising of soldiers, missionaries and civilian men, women and children. They travel from February to April and establish 4 missions. Heads of 4 missions declare supplies needed to equip Indian nations absorbed by missions listed. (E. Wilson, March 1990)
Persons
Luna y Gorra, Pedro de
Hidalgo, Francisco (Religioso)
Linares, Duque de (Virrey)
Xalot, Medar (Frances)
Mota Cadillac, Antonio de la (Gobernador)
Ramon, Diego (Alferez)
Bernadino (Gobernador)
Urrutia (Capitan)
Galve, Conde de
Leon, Alonso de (Capitan)
San Dionis, Luis de (Frances)
Espinossa
Salinas, Gregorio de (Gobernador)
Oliban y Revolledo, Manuel de (Licenciado)
Uribe, Joseph Joachin (Licenciado)
Bracamont, Diez de (Franciscano)
Aguero, Thelisgone de (Licenciado)
Terreros y Ochoa, Antonio de (Doctor)
Pena y Flores, Francisco de la (Oydor)
Robles Lorenzana, Augustin (Oydor)
Beguellina y Sandobal, Juan de la (Oydor)
Castaneda, Diego Francisco (Oydor)
Andila, Gabriel Guerrero de (Alcalde)
Pardo de Najera, Isidro Nicolas de (Alcalde)
Abendano, Joseph Manuel de (Religioso)
Carrasco Retortillo, Antonio (Religioso)
Sabalza, Thomas de (Religioso)
Barbabosa y Varena, Pedro de (Contador)
Claberia Villa, Antonio (Thessorero)
Cotilla, Alejo Lopez de (Religioso)
Rios, Joseph Luis de los (Contador)
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de
Barvadillo, Francisco (Licenciado)
Galindo, Joseph (Cavo)
Jesus, Antonio Marjel de (Fray)
Ramon, Diego (Sargento)
Espronzeda, Antonio
Revillas, Francisco de
Garzia, Joseph
Ximenez, Domingo
Sertucha, Juan de
Baldes, Juan
Jimenez, Diego Baldes
Flores, Joseph Galindo Antonio
Flores, Bernardo Pruto Domingo
Tellez, Augustin
Sausedo, Marzial
Garcia, Joseph
El Moro
Chirino, Lazaro
Cadena, Antonio
Cadena, Joseph
Mercado, Lorenzo
Castro, Juan de
Maldonado, Manuel
Betancor, Francisco
Gonzalez, Domingo
Maldonado, Joseph (Alferez)
Botello, Lorenzo
Garzia Pedro (Sargento)
Charles, Jazinto
Toro, Joseph del
Fuerte, Joseph
Castro, Lucas de
Morales, Alejandro
Longoria, Maria
Zerda, Antonia
Bidales, Antonia
Valdes, Ana Maria Ximenez
Ximenez, Maria Antonia
San Miguel, Juana de
Sanchez, Josepha
Guerra, Ana
Medar, Juan de (Frances)(Cavo)
Larjen, Pedro (Frances)(Cavo)
Garcia, Joseph
Montemayor, Joseph de
Gonzalez, Antonio
Garcia, Sebastian
Mendoza, Valentin
Ximenez, Blas
Saez, Joseph
Rodriguez, Juan
Perez, Juan
Diego, Juan
Perez, Miguel
Perez, Cayetano
Cruz, Francisco de la
Concepcion, Juan de la (Negro)
Espinosa, Isidro Felix de (Religioso)
Sanchez, Benito (Fray)
Vergara, Gabriel de (Fray)
Castellano, Manuel (Fray)
Patron, Augustin (Fray)
San Antonio, Mathias Saenz (Fray)
Santa Maria y Mendoza, Pedro de (Fray)
San Diego, Francisco de (Fray)
Cubillos, Francisco Xavier (Fray)
Urioste, Domingo de (Donado)
Pez, Andres de
Enrriquez, Juan Barroto
Garzia de Sierra, Thoribio
Places
Tejas
Coahuila
Luisiana (Provincia)
Rojo (Rio)
Canada
San Juan (Presidio)
Movila (Presidio)
Misisipi (Rio)
Golfo Mexicano
Pontchartian (Lago)
Nachitoche
Asinay
Rio Grande (Rivera)
Palizada (Rio)
Paspaugula (Pueblo)
Bilocsi (Pueblo)
Santiago de Cretaro, Mision de la Cruz de
Trinidad (Rio)
San Marcos (Rio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Luisiana (Fuerte)
Santa Maria de Galve (Presidio)
Pensacola (Presidio)
Delfina (Isla)
Veracruz
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de
Estremadura (Nueva)
Viscaia (Nueva)
Mexica (Nueva)
Leones (Boca)
Padua, San Antonio de (Mision)
San Luis Potosi
Cuiocan
Saltillo
Sacatecas, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
San Bernardo (Mision)
San Francisco (Mision)
Purisima Concepcion (Mision)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Mision)
San Joseph (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Asinays
Naberachos
Nacaos
Namides
Nacodoches
Aenays
Nadacocos
Nasonys
Nacitos
Nachoos
Cadojodachos
Naches
Tejas
Nachitochis
Naponis
Naconos
Naichas
Panpoas
Apaches
Caodachos Nabeitdachos
Nacachao
Naxitbos
Payayas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 361-420
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 361-420
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 370 list of audiencia general in 1715 Mexico City, duplicates ff. 375 and 382, supply lists from ff. 376 - 381, settlers and escorts with d. Ramon listed ff. 393, Ramon diary ff. 389 - 401, Espinosa diary ff. 406 - 411
Reference Number
18100009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Moro
Espinossa
Linares
Linares
Linares
Person Last Name
Luna y Gorra
Hidalgo
Linares
Xalot
Mota Cadillac
Ramon
Bernadino
Urrutia
Galve
Leon
San Dionis
Espinossa
Salinas
Oliban y Revolledo
Uribe
Bracamont
Aguero
Terreros y Ochoa
Pena y Flores
Robles Lorenzana
Beguellina y Sandobal
Castaneda
Andila
Pardo de Najera
Abendano
Carrasco Retortillo
Sabalza
Barbabosa y Varena
Claberia Villa
Cotilla
Rios
Ramon
Miranda
Barvadillo
Galindo
Jesus
Ramon
Espronzeda
Revillas
Garzia
Ximenez
Sertucha
Baldes
Jimenez
Flores
Flores
Tellez
Sausedo
Garcia
El Moro
Chirino
Cadena
Cadena
Mercado
Castro
Maldonado
Betancor
Gonzalez
Maldonado
Botello
Garzia Pedro
Charles
Toro
Fuerte
Castro
Morales
Longoria
Zerda
Bidales
Valdes
Ximenez
San Miguel
Sanchez
Guerra
Medar
Larjen
Garcia
Montemayor
Gonzalez
Garcia
Mendoza
Ximenez
Saez
Rodriguez
Perez
Diego
Perez
Perez
Cruz
Concepcion
Espinosa
Sanchez
Vergara
Castellano
Patron
San Antonio
Santa Maria y Mendoza
San Diego
Cubillos
Urioste
Pez
Enrriquez
Garzia de Sierra
Beginning Date (repacked)
1688
End Date (repacked)
1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11423
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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En la villa de Santiago de la Monclova a 20 dias del mes de noviembre de 1733 anos, yo el general d. Blas de la ...

Serial Number
041-04112
Title
En la villa de Santiago de la Monclova a 20 dias del mes de noviembre de 1733 anos, yo el general d. Blas de la ...
Author(s)
Garza Falcon, Blas de la (Gobernador)
Bizarron, Juan Antonio de
Date
11-20-1733
Date
01-16-1736
Documentation
San Francisco de Coahuila, Santiago de la Monclova. January 16, 1733. 50p. Autos. Copies, transcriptions.
Summary
Concerns inspection of construction place for Sacramento presidio; food supplies are sent from Coahuila to Sacramento; notice is given about diario derrotero written by Garza Falcon, Musquiz and other officials on inspection of place for presidio construction; account on the various inspection trips is given; supplies sent from San Juan Bautista to Sacramento; one expedition is attacked by Indians; area with abundant turkeys and fish is found in one expedition to the San Diego River and other areas, geographic characteristics of these areas are given, also atmospheric conditions are reported. (M. Marroquin, January 1989)
Persons
Garza Falcon, Blas de la (Gobernador)
Vizarron Eguiarreta, Juan Antonio (Arzobispo)
Musquiz, Jose Antonio (Capitan)
Castilla y Teran, Jose de (Secretario de Guerra)
Guerra, Ygnacio
Ecay y Musquiz, Jose Antonio (Capitan)
Rodriguez, Jose Antonio (Capellan)
Barroteran, Jose de (Capitan)
Places
Coahuila
Mexico (Catedral)
San Diego (Real)
Sacramento (Presidio)
Monclova, Santiago de la (Villa)
San Juan (Presidio)
Norte, Rio Grande del (Rio)
San Francisco Coahuila de (Presidio)
Nadadores (Rio)
Alamo (Rio)
Laxa (Paso)
Animas (Aguaje)
Jesus, Dulce Nombre de (Mision)
Salinas (Rio)
Santo Domingo (Ojo de Agua)
Mayo, Santa Cruz de (Paraje)
Bacas (Real)
San Antonio (Rio)
San Diego (Rio)
Animas (Sierra)
Castro, Chongos de (Ojo de Agua)
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Tumanes
Pelones
Apaches
Tlaxcaltecos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 177 ff. 046-071 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 177 ff. 046-071 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Document repetitive. Document starts second page of folio 45
Reference Number
17700005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Garza Falcon
Bizarron
Person Last Name
Garza Falcon
Vizarron Eguiarreta
Musquiz
Castilla y Teran
Guerra
Ecay y Musquiz
Rodriguez
Barroteran
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-20-1733
End Date (repacked)
01-16-1736
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11346
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Military diaries and letters from Serna, Quintanilla, Murgier, and others...

Serial Number
041-03910
Title
Military diaries and letters from Serna, Quintanilla, Murgier, and others concerning hostiltes of Indians and expeditions undertaken in response province of Nuevo Santander, first in this series begins with the phrase Diario de la Campana que ceebre yo dn. Juan Maria Murgier.
Author(s)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Sierra Gorda, Conde de la (Gobernador, Politico y Militar)
Serna, Jose Antonio de la (Theniente Comandante and others
Date
03-20-1791
Date
09-07-1791
Documentation
Nuevo Santander, Mexico. March 20, 1791 - September 7, 1791. 64pp. Approximate letters, diaries. Originals, copies. expeditions carried out by the two following companies; primera compania de la colonia del Nuevo Santander under the command of serna for the period January 18, 1791 - March 28, 1791; segunda compania Volante de la colonia del Nuevo Santander under the command of murgier for the time period of January 22, 1791 - March 14, 1791 and additionally a unit of 72 men from 3 villas under the command of quintanilla for the period January 12, 1791 - March 13, 1791; gives details of areas explored, place names given to certain geographical areas, numbers of soldiers, supplies and weapons totals, narration of encounters with indians, information on the use of militias, nature of topography and climate; virrey conde especially happy with the last expedition commanded by quintanilla; letter stating that Pedro Jose has killed two settlers but has not been apprehended, uses the san cristoval mission for refuge; letter to vaamonde advising him to be on the lookout for Pedro Josef and naparan - misquite indians wanted for murder; letter stating that Apaches are entering the northern villages of area in late August and describes attacks so far experienced. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Purga, Antonio (Theniente)
Serna, Jose Antonio de la (Theniente Comandante)
Murgier, Juan Maria (Capitan)
Quintanilla, Jose Lorenzo
Pedro Josef (Indio)
Naparan (Indio)
Sierra Gorda, Conde de (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Gobernador)
Places
Padilla (Villa)
Llerna (Villa)
Croix (Villa)
Escandon (Jurisdiccion)
Santa Maria (Valle)
San Jose
Cinco Senores (Villa)
Cruillas (Villa)
Soto la Marina (Villa)
Santillana (Villa)
Linares (Ciudad)
San Cristoval (Mision)
Comargo (Mision)
Laredo (Poblacion)
Ethnic Groups
Misquites
Apaches
Military Groups
Nuevo Santander, Primera Compania de la Colonia del
Nuevo Santander, Segunda Compania Volante de la Colonia del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 596-628 (Approx) exp. 14
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 596-628 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200038
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Revilla Gigedo
Sierra Gorda
Serna
Person Last Name
Purga
Serna
Murgier
Quintanilla
Pedro Josef
Naparan
Sierra Gorda
Revilla Gigedo
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1791
End Date (repacked)
09-07-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8257
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Letters and diarios de comision from Borica de Diego concerning military visitas in Nuevo Vizcaya first in this series begins with febrero 14 de 1791.

Serial Number
041-03884
Title
Letters and diarios de comision from Borica de Diego concerning military visitas in Nuevo Vizcaya first in this series begins with febrero 14 de 1791.
Author(s)
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date
03-22-1791
Date
04-06-1792
Documentation
Durango, Mexico, estancia de rio florido, rancho de talamantes. March 22, 1791 -April 6, 1792. 32pp. Approximate letters, diarios de comision. Originals, copies. Reyes trujillo returning after expedition against manta prieta with indian aid ojos Colorados, an indian attack against San Juan bauptista, group of six Apaches being followed by group of indians from Conchos, Apache indian attack in which two men were killed, primera compania Volante kills one Apache and recaptures livestock stolen, troops that escorted Ugarte y Loyola, communication from subdelegado de cosiguariachy advising Borica that in that jurisdiction forcing indians to work in the mines would be prohibited, gets a request from governors of satevo, yoquivo, and guapdaynas that they have their own religious administration because current system of using priests of Batopilas is unsatisfactory due to distances involved, Borica responds by sending letter stating he will look into the matter when he visits these areas and also sends copies of decrees on matters relating to the treatment of indians in missions; letter concerning the matter of indians working as servants in homes of hacendados without pay and prohibitions and circumstances that have led to these developments; letter discussing the points made by Lopez muato on mission and civil authority over indians in missions, what permission indians need in order to leave the pueblos, what kinds of punishments are to be applied to indians who miss mass purposely, policy on alcoholism and delinquency mentioned during religious service, regulations on travel restrictions on indians; travel diary from 2-27-1791 thru 3-13-1791; indian called tomas his history of escape and recapture, last instance of capture was at hands of indians of piedras bolas; travel diary from 3-14-1791 thru 3-28-1791, apprehension of prisoners banda, palacios, Castaneda, gertrudi. Case against them was not proven and key witnesses roman and Acosta did not arrive for judicial proceeding, robberies committed by Juan Joseph conde; punishment of vizcarra for being lazy; meets with rouset de Jesus discussed indian complaints from missions, refers to recommendations made, Tapia requesting indian escorts and his disatisfaction with service provided, ochoa, Jose manuel takes statements from tecoricy and tonachic after their apprehension, visit to pueblo of satebo discontinues practice of cura using weekly workers, semneros in mission without pay; named teniente general for satevo, joya, and baponoyaba; in the latter, wives of prisoners seeking their release and it becomes apparent that without their husbands they have no way of surviving except for charity of the people in their pueblos; meets with anna maria, widow of indian Miguel Mariano, who seeks return of livestock confiscated from husband at time of arrest, he died in jail with daughter. (O. Velez, March 1989)
Persons
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Trujillo, Reyes (Sargento)
Ojos Colorados (Indio)
Santa Maria, Diego
Ochoa, (Teniente)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Mariscal)
Medina, Joseph Ignacio
Lopez Muato, Antonio (Fray)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Palacios, Jose Maria
Simental, Juaquin
Castaneda, Melchor
Gerudio, Jose
Ramon, Joseph
Acosta, Felipe
Conde, Juan Joseph
Tizonaro, Rafael Perfecto del
Saaenz, Joseph
Vizcarra, Estevan (Indio)
Rouset de Jesus, Fransisco (Vice Presidente de las Misiones Guadalupanes)
Cruz, Manuel de la (Teniente General)
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente Retirado)
Ochoa, Manuel de la (Teniente)
Tonachic, Tomas de (Indio)
Basilio, Joseph Fransisco
Chaparro, Antonio
Mateo, Julian Juanico
Lorenzo y Cristobal
Banda, Alexo
Places
Manta Prieta
Guajuquilla
Cerrogordo
San Juan Bauptista
Santa Cruz
Torreon
Cosiguariachy
Satevo (Pueblo)
Yosquivo (Pueblo)
Guapalaynas (Pueblo)
Batopilas (Real)
Cuencame
Sonora (Governacion)
Guanacebi
Cienega
Tecorichy
Pilar
Mapimi
San Bartolome (Valle)
San Gregario (Hacienda)
Baponoyaba
Guadalupe (Pueblo)
Concepcion (Pueblo)
Chihuahua
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Taraumares
Military Groups
Nuevo Vizcaya, Primera Compania Volante
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 148-164 (Approx) exp. 6
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 148-164 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered; first in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Borica
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Borica
Trujillo
Ojos Colorados
Santa Maria
Ochoa
Ugarte y Loyola
Medina
Lopez Muato
Revilla Gigedo
Palacios
Simental
Castaneda
Gerudio
Ramon
Acosta
Conde
Tizonaro
Saaenz
Vizcarra
Rouset de Jesus
Cruz
Tapia
Ochoa
Tonachic
Basilio
Chaparro
Mateo
Lorenzo y Cristobal
Banda
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-22-1791
End Date (repacked)
04-06-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8231
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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