Indians (Baptisms)

Concerns establishment and conditions of Reynosa.

Serial Number
041-04154
Title
Concerns establishment and conditions of Reynosa.
Author(s)
Escandon, Joseph de
Date
06-16-1750
Documentation
Reynosa. June 16, 1750. 14p. Autos. Copies.
Summary
Concerns autos, plans and conditions for establishment of Reynosa by Escandon. Area first populated to pacify Indians, become familiar with the land and to test feasibility of irrigation in area. Escandon provides instructions for agricultural methods until construction of well completed. Escandon conducts, with assistance of others, review of population, property, land, Esquadra and Indians. Asks for reports regarding probability of permanence of Indians in area and need for new mission. Contains list of families including marital status, name, age and property. Contains list of Esquadra with same information. States conditions for population and Esquadra and their obligations to the town. Provides information on all Indian nations, whether armed or not, name of capitan, where raised, if baptised and likelihood of remaining peacefully in area. Mentions food supplies and basic sustenance. Contains list of property in town including horses, cattle and mules. Includes detailed description of land and digging of well. Mentions which lands need irrigation, which are fertile. Indians working for Spanish are given clothing and dry-goods. Includes city plan with provisions for church and convent and drawing of rivers around location. (M. Dannemiller, March 1989)
Persons
Escandon, Joseph de (Coronel)
Perez, Joseph
Cyprian, Ignacio Antonio (Fray)
Guevarra, Joseph de
Escandon, Santiago de (Indio Capitan)
Cyprian, Francisco (Indio Capitan)
Salvador (Indio Capitan)
Gregorio, Nicolas (Indio Capitan)
Medina, Juan de (Indio Capitan)
Fragoso, Augustin (Fray)
Gonzales, Juan Ignacio
Marrines, Visente
Cantu, Carlos
Moctezuma, Juan Elias (Teniente)
Saens, Santiago (Teniente)
Moctezuma, Juan Crisostomo (Alferez)
Arzila, Joseph de
Places
Reynosa, Guadalupe de
Nuevo Santander
Queretaro
Norte (Rio)
San Joaquin (Mision)
Zacatecas, Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Camargo
Burgos
San Fernando
Rio Grande
Pilon
China
Nuevo Leon
Pamoranos (Sierra)
Ethnic Groups
Comecrudos
Tejones
Sacatiles
Pintos
Nazas
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimento de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 180 ff. 020-032
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 180 ff. 020-032
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18000002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escandon
Perez
Cyprian
Guevarra
Escandon
Cyprian
Salvador
Gregorio
Medina
Fragoso
Gonzales
Marrines
Cantu
Moctezuma
Saens
Moctezuma
Arzila
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-16-1750
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11388
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Autos concerning establishment and conditions of Camargo.

Serial Number
041-04153
Title
Autos concerning establishment and conditions of Camargo.
Author(s)
Escandon, Joseph de
Date
05-31-1750
Documentation
Camargo. May 31, 1750. 39p. Autos. Copies.
Summary
Concerns all info regarding population and land pertaining to decision to formally establish Camargo. Date of establishment by Escandon. says people sent to area to pacify Indians, build azequias and plant crops. Perez suggests methods of agriculture pending construction of well. Escandon, assisted by others, performs inspection of land, climate, and Indians. Provides information on Indians congregated in area and probability of permanence at mission. Contains list of families including all names, marital status and age. Also, list of animals owned by each and Villa as whole. Describes different tribes in area, saying they are armed, some are baptised and most are peaceful. Contains list of Esquadra, their families and property. States conditions for residents and soldiers and their obligation to remain in Camargo. Description of land and availability of maiz and Trigo. Autos by others containing similar evaluations. Includes planned layout of city identifying Plaza, church, convent, distance from other Villas and surrounding rivers. Mentions use of special paper for autos. (M. Dannemiller, March 1989)
Persons
Escandon, Joseph de (Coronel)
Castrejon, Joseph
Perez, Joseph
Cyprian, Ignacio Antonio (Fray)
Garzia, Juan Baptista (Fray)
Garza Falcon, Blas Maria de
Moctezuma, Juan Elias (Teniente)
Sais, Santiago
Moctezuma, Juan Crisostomo
Guevara, Joseph de
Cruz, Matheo de la (Indio Capitan)
Inojosa, Manuel de
Gualequas (Mision)
Cruz, Antonio de la (Indio Capitan)
Dios, Juan de (Indio Capitan)
Santa Maria, Blas de (Indio Capitan)
Viruela, Juan Antonio
Santos, Nicolas de los
Altamirano, Antonio
Nazario, Nicolas
Martinez, Vicente
Places
Camargo, Santa Anna de
Nuevo Santander (Colonia)
San Juan (Rio)
Azucar (Paso)
Laredo, San Augustin de
Zacatecas, Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Norte (Rio)
Queretaro, Santiago de
Burgos
Ethnic Groups
Tarequanos
Pajaritos
Venados
Queros Quemados
Guajolotes
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimento de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 180 ff. 001-019
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 180 ff. 001-019
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18000001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escandon
Castrejon
Perez
Cyprian
Garzia
Garza Falcon
Moctezuma
Sais
Moctezuma
Guevara
Cruz
Inojosa
Gualequas
Cruz
Dios
Santa Maria
Viruela
Santos
Altamirano
Nazario
Martinez
Beginning Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-31-1750
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11387
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters to Salcede from Davila and others concerning various issues.

Serial Number
041-04088
Title
Letters to Salcede from Davila and others concerning various issues.
Author(s)
Salcede, Numerio
Davila Garcia
Date
09-10-1804
Date
12-25-1804
Documentation
Chihuagua. December 25, 1804. 78p. Autos. Letters. Lists. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Various letters written to and from Salcede around 1804. Indian prisoners to Havana, detailed list of losses in San Juan Bautista de Horcasitas from flood. (J. Acheson, September 1988)
Persons
Davila, Garcia
Salcede, Numerio
Andrade, Felipe
Maria y Esconvedo, Antonio
Ulua, Juan de
Somenullos (Marques)
Vitaque, Raphael (Indio)
Borilla, Antonio (Brigadere)
Tovar, Joseph de (Principe)(Cadete)
Irigoyen, Joseph (Governador)
Calleja, Felix
Blanco, Luis Joseph
Ramon y Burgos, Juan Ignacio (Teniente)
Navarina, Joseph Maria de
Herrera, Simon de (Coronel)
Zuazua, Juan
Places
Havana
Chihuagua
Nuevo Mexico
Veracruz
Puerto Rico
Ulua, San Juan de (Castillo)
Luisiana
Texas
Antilleros, Cabo de
San Lorenzo
Monclova, Villa de (Escuela Militar)
San Luis Potosi
Nuevo Santander
Leon, Nuevo Reino de
San Juan Bautista y Horcacitas (Villa)
Lamparos, Punta de
Durango
Ethnic Groups
Mecos
Comanches
Lipanes
Military Groups
Mexico, Regimiento de Dragones
Coahuila, Tropas de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 175 ff. 057-096
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 175 ff. 057-096
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17500004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Salcede
Person Last Name
Davila
Salcede
Andrade
Maria y Esconvedo
Ulua
Somenullos
Vitaque
Borilla
Tovar
Irigoyen
Calleja
Blanco
Ramon y Burgos
Navarina
Herrera
Zuazua
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-10-1804
End Date (repacked)
12-25-1804
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11322
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Copied informes from archbishop in San Luis Potosi concerning establishment of missions in Nuevo Santander and Provincias Internas.

Serial Number
041-04084
Title
Copied informes from archbishop in San Luis Potosi concerning establishment of missions in Nuevo Santander and Provincias Internas.
Author(s)
Gonrraez de Santianes, Vicente
Date
11-15-1772
Date
02-09-1773
Documentation
San Luis Potosi. November 15, 1772 - February 9, 1773. 68p. Informe. Original, copy, signed.
Summary
Copied and original informes which provide excellent source of description of missionaries and christianization of Indians. Establishment of new bishopric in Nuevo Santander and administration of bishorpric (Obispado) in Provincias Internas. Vassels, tribute paying towns, missions, and tithes listed in detail as well as Indians populations that inhabit adjacent regions. Establishment of new bishopric serves regions of Santander, Nueva Estremadura, Coaguila, Texas, and Nueva Philipinas. Mission details consist of dotacion, mission goods, land owned, horses and cattle owned, lists of finances and expenses. Establishment of Indian and Ladino towns, Indian gender, work distribution of Indians, many other rich details are present. (J. Acheson, March 1988)
Persons
Escondon
Bula, S.M.
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Sierra Gorda, Conde de la
Valero, Marques de
Dios Munis, Juan de (Capitan)
Zacatecas, Francisco de
Mulatto, Antonio
Gonrraez de Santianes, Vizente
Places
Nuevo Leon
Monterrey
Guadalaxara (Obispado)
Sierra Gorda
Tamaolipas Vieja
Panuco
Tampico
Valles (Villa)
Guadalaxara
Estremadura, Nueva
Coaguila
Texas
Philipinas, Nueva
Santander (Villa)
Mexicano (Golfo)
Linares (Villa)
Durango
Sierra Madre (Mision)
Tula, San Antonio de (Mision)
Nola, Santa Anna de (Mision)
Palmillas, Nuestra Senora de las Niebes de (Mision)
Taumabe, Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion de (Mision)
Igollo de Santa Barbara, Nuestra Senora de (Mision)
Alcantara de Aguayo, San Pedro de (Mision)
Tamaulipa Vieja
Ribagigedo de Rebilda, San Ignacio de (Mision)
Loreda, San Augustin de (Mision)
Santa Barbara (Mision)
Padilla
Santiana
San Fransisco
Tula, Sierra Madre de San Antonio de (Mision)
Palmillas, Nuestra Senora de las Niebes de (Mision)
Santa Barbara, Nuestra Senora de las Soledad
Villanueba de Croix, San Raphael de (Mision)
Alcantar de Aguayo, San Pedro de (Mision)
Llena, la Divina Pastora De, (Mision)
Altamira, San Juan Capistrano de (Mision)
Horcasitas, San Francisco Xavier de (Mision)
Guemes (Mision)
Soto la Marina, Nuestra Senora de la Consolacion (Mision)
Helguera y Palmitos, San Nepomuceno de (Mision)
Escondon (Villa)
Guemes (Villa)
Reinosa (Villa)
Camargo (Villa)
Revilla (Villa)
Coahuila
Guemes, Santo Toribio de (Mision)
Padilla, San Antonio de (Mision)
Palmitos, San Nepomuceno de (Mision)
Soto la Marina, Nuestra Senora de la Consolacion de (Mision)
Taumaulipa Nueba
San Carlos
Cruillas
Burgos
Hoyos, Santo Domingo de (Mision)
San Fernando, Nuestra Senora del Rosario de (Mision)
Reynosa, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de (Mision)
Camarge, Senora Santa Anna de (Mision)
Taumaulipa Nueva (Mision)
Hoyos, Santo Domingo de (Mision)
Cordillera del Norte (Mision)
Palmitos, Helguera de las
Monte, San Joachin del (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Aracates
Jpintos
Cosechas
Mexicanos
Pisones
Sabinitos(?)
Huastecas
Apaches
Ladinos
Pames
Xanambres(?)
Huertecitas(?)
Tanambres
Pamiches
Prietas
Santiagos
Tlaxcaltecas
Texedores
Alvaniles
Carpinteros
Zapotecas
Xanambres
Palauequirs
Palmitos
Sacateca
Bocas
Tlascaltecos
Palahueques
Tanambres
Marconnos
Mesquites
Pintos
Taneguanes Papadatos(?)
Ganzas
Malahuecos
Apaches
Malinchenos
Orientenos(?)
Military Groups
Altamira, Tropas de Soldados de los Presidios de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 174 ff. 256-323
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 174 ff. 256-323
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17400008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escondon
Bula
Bucareli y Ursua
Sierra Gorda
Valero
Dios Munis
Zacatecas
Mulatto
Gonrraez de Santianes
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-15-1772
End Date (repacked)
02-09-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11318
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Diarios del ayudante inspector don Diego de Borica en su comision de visita de la Taraumara.

Serial Number
041-03881
Title
Diarios del ayudante inspector don Diego de Borica en su comision de visita de la Taraumara.
Author(s)
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date
12-27-1790
Date
02-02-1791
Documentation
Mexico, Acosta (hacienda). December 27, 1790 - February 2, 1791. 26pp. Approximate. Letters, diarios de comision. Originals. Borica started on November 23, 1790, resumption of visita after cease of indian attacks; leaves 40 men to protect the frontier area; indian theft of cattle from hacienda yndee and rancho ramos, plans to decrease troop strength in tercera compania once indians abandon unspecified area and send those troops to corral de piedra detachment; Borica forming his detachment by pulling troops from companys in area; virrey acknowledges letter sent by Borica announcing the commencement visita. Diary 0f 12-04-1790 thru 12-18-1790. Widow, indian and his family of four approach Borica seeking to be resettled in their original town tizono, had comandante del pilar station 30 men on cienega to protect against indians, stops at canada de san Joseph due to strong snowfall, has subdelegado of the cienega de los olivos transferred to guejonita for purpose of conducting visitas in those jurisdictions, comes across navogame who tells him of indians who had fled missions ostensibly to receive baptism in guerachi, tecorichi, or Nabogame missions, followed them into the barranca de zapa and chase was ended when rainfall made it impossible to continue; soldier dies of unspecified illness during visita; majority of families of baquiriachy involved in agricultural activities; diario of visitas from 12-19-1790 thru 01-04-1791, greater part of population of pueblo of guazarache found in the surrounding valleys looking for corn not produced on their own lands, news of horse theft by indians at tasgera and munquisa 2 parties of 20 men sent after them search terminated at Santa Rosalia, forbids certain missions to continue working indians until paid back salaries; while in Tepehuanes and taraumara made Arechevala and zapiain generals, made Tapia and cruz teniente general; teniente generals given copies of orders prohibiting employment of indians without pay and limiting those persons able to order punishment of indians to juezes reales and justiciales de pueblos, authorizes trevino to conduct search for escaped indians from missions in jurisdiction of oro, guanaceui, and Santiago; letter from sotelo describing capture of indians who had attacked and stolen livestock with aid of Monclova, grado, and Cordero; continues visita through Santa Anna comments on distressed condition of agricultural productivity; named dia teniente general, mentions briefly hardships faced by indians of san lorenzo because of the priest of this area; obliges priest to employ a cook for indians working for him, pay indians for work, supply them with oxen, supply them with food, escorts, and blankets for trips made by indians to Chihuahua in order to transport goods. (O. Velez, March 1989)
Persons
Borico, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Quintana, Fransisco
Riba, (Teniente)
Navogame, Trevino (Teniente Coronel)
Sotelo, Ignacio (Sargento)
Ronquillo, Joseph (Alferez)
Arechevala, Yldefonio (General)
Zapiain, Juan Teodoro (General)
Tapia, Manuel de (Teniente General)
Cruz, Manuel de la (Teniente General)
Monclovo, Mariano (Caravinero)
Grado, Mariano (Cavo)
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Dia, Fransisco (Teniente General)
Places
Guajuquilla
Santo Mayor Cruz (Ganado Mayor)
Acosta (Hacienda)
Rio Florido, Estancia de
Olivos, Cienega de los
Tizonazo
Acosta (Hacienda)
San Joseph (Canada)
Balsequillo (Rancho)
Guejonitan (Pueblo)
Tabahueto
Tecorichi (Mision)
Guerachi (Mision)
Nabogame (Mision)
San Mateo (Pueblo)
San Pablo (Pueblo)
San Juan de Tepehuanes (Pueblo)
Baquiriachi (Pueblo)
San Ignacio (Pueblo)
San Xavier (Pueblo)
San Tasquera Lorenzo
Munquisa
Santa Rosalia
Oro (Jurisdiccion)
Santiago (Jurisdiccion)
Guanaceui (Jurisdiccion)
Nogalito (Sierra de)
Maput
Leon
San Borja (Pueblo)
Saguarachy (Pueblo)
Chihuahua
Cosiguriachy
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 117-130 (Approx) exp. 6
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 117-130 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered; first in this series begins with the phrase found above in title.
Reference Number
16200009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Borica
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Borico
Quintana
Riba
Navogame
Sotelo
Ronquillo
Arechevala
Zapiain
Tapia
Cruz
Monclovo
Grado
Cordero
Dia
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-27-1790
End Date (repacked)
02-02-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8228
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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sobre medios para extraer los indios gentiles que havitan en las barrancas de la Sierra Madre

Serial Number
041-03878
Title
sobre medios para extraer los indios gentiles que havitan en las barrancas de la Sierra Madre
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Borica, Diego de
Rouset de Jesus, Francisco
Nava, Pedro de
Date
11-17-1791
Date
10-29-1792
Documentation
Chihuahua, tecorichi, Mexico, monteverde. November 17, 1791 - October 29, 1792. 34p. Approximate. Letters, noticias de misiones. Originals, copies.
Summary
Concerns the attempt at reduction of Indians that inhabit the Sierra Madre and to then be under the tutelage of Gallardo and the establishment of missions for this purpose. The reduction of the same Indians mentioned above with the aid of Carin and Rouset de Jesus into the Pueblo of Tecorichi, but after the disturbances in this Pueblo, due to the introduction of this new group, they were transported to San Carlos where they remained for a year and cultivated the land. Retired to their mountains when not given control over Tecorichic. Visit made to the Pueblo of Tecorichic where only two Indians of the group mentioned earlier remained. Spoke with them via interpretors and they agreed to try to convince the others to incorporate themselves into the town. This matter will also involve Rouset de Jesus but with the understanding that no new missions or pueblos are to be established, Indians are to incorporate themselves into existing institutions. Ochoa is the source of census information on Indians in question. Use of listel and Corral stone in enticing the Indians to cooperate at the cost of 500 or 600 pesos. Schedule listing missions and number of Indians baptized there as well as decision that best way to enact the reductions and the conversions would be to send priest into the rancherias and not through the use of force. The money that will be needed to enact the reductions and the conversions have been approved in a plan with specifications provided by Nava. Approval of some involved by resolution of the junta Superior of the real hacienda signed by the fiscales involved. Nava's acknowledgement of orders to proceed with the above plans. (O. Velez, February 1990)
Persons
Gallardo, Joseph (Padre Fray)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Merino, Manual
Borica, Diego de
Carin, Justo
Rouset de Jesus, Francisco (Fray)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General Brigadier)
Labal, Ignacio Maria (Fray)
Places
Tubares, San Miguel de (Doctrinas)
Tecorichi
Chihuahua
San Andre (Pueblo)
Ana, San (Pueblo)
Taraumara
San Pablo
Carlos, San
Batopilas
Cianori
San Andres
Guarisamey
Navogame (Mision)
Baquiriachi (Mision)
Miguel de Tubares, San (Mision)
Norogachi (Mision)
Tonachi (Mision)
Guaycabo (Mision)
Siroquichi y Carichic (Mision)
Babozoco (Mision)
Bartolome, San (Valle)
Chihuagua
Baborigame (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Tarahumares
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 063-080 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 063-080 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered first in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Borica
Rouset de Jesus
Rouset de Jesus
Person Last Name
Gallardo
Ugarte y Loyola
Merino
Borica
Carin
Rouset de Jesus
Nava
Labal
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-17-1791
End Date (repacked)
10-29-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8225
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Informe from governor of Nuevo Mexico to viceroy containing suggestions for new method of mission government.

Serial Number
041-03691
Title
Informe from governor of Nuevo Mexico to viceroy containing suggestions for new method of mission government.
Author(s)
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Date
01-08-1773
Documentation
January 8, 1773. 12p. Informe. Copy.
Summary
Describes mission conditions in Nueva Mexico. Concerns the elections of governor and mayor. Fermin discusses inherent nature of Indians and their agriculture. Describes their grain crops, textiles, baptisms and marriages. Complains of a lack of missionaries. Describes continuing reducciones and difficulties due to Apache invasions and increased mission abandonment. (M. Dannemiller, October 1987)
Persons
Fermin de Mendinueta, Pedro
Veles, Thomas
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Croix, Marques de
Places
Aviquiu, Santo Thomas de
Zuni, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de
Acoma
Nuevo Mexico
Ethnic Groups
Cenizaros
Cumanches
Navaxoes
Ticarillas
Yutas
Jilenos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 228-233
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 228-233
Language
Spanish
Notes
F. 230 illegible
Reference Number
15200008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Fermin de Mendinueta
Veles
Bucareli y Ursua
Croix
Beginning Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-08-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8038
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters from clergy of Sonora regarding the new method for physical and spiritual development in new and established missions

Serial Number
041-03685
Title
Letters from clergy of Sonora regarding the new method for physical and spiritual development in new and established missions
Author(s)
Munoz, Alonso (Fray)
Garay, Domingo de (Fray)
Cartagena, Romualdo (Fray)
and others
Date
09-10-1772
Date
10-27-1772
Documentation
September 10, 1772-October 27, 1772. 137p. Letter copy
Summary
Concerns frays' thoughts on the virrey's new method the ultimate goal of which is firm establishment of reducidos, establishment of new missions and development of missions perfection of spiritual culture and progression of spiritual conquest in north America. Effectiveness of method to depend on proper maintenance, election of qualified ecclesiastic as well secular workers chosen by prelados regulares and enactment of exact rules for missionaries and governors to follow. Concerns necessity for fortified presidios and expedition of Spanish forces with knowledge of nature and enemy's ways to protect missions against increasing movements of infidels on frontier. Petition for virrey's attention regarding proper wages for troops, ministers' salaries reimbursement for expenses incurred and maintenance of synods. Financial provisions to be made by instituting proxy for each province containing missions. Frays advise that to achieve goal, need to populate new areas, and establish new missions in most fertile areas. Indians should learn at the mission weaving or another laborio for commerce and must only be taken from mission for a true service of the crown. Detailed description of missionary duties and rules for the conversion of souls. Mention of Solorzano and book iure indiarum. Description of projects to be undertaken after seeds, raise birds and instruct converts in political and personal relations. Ministers must be most literate and must teach Indians Castellano. Missions must have a teacher and a school. Discusses Indian ideas on land ownership, but recommends a system of common land for Indians until their sufficient yield to divide it. Ideas expressed on Indian behavior, appropriate religious practices, mandatory daily town meetings to explain catholic concepts and use of agriculture, trade and kind treatment to attract Indians or return them to missions. Noted that Pimas are lazy and have few useful skills while Opatas are more hard-working and skilled due to more interaction with the Spanish. Concerns also need for doctors and hospitals. Discusses baptisms, Indian government and Indian obedience to their superiors. (M. Dannemiller, October 1987)
Persons
Munoz, Alonso (Fray)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Reyes, Antonio de los (Fray)
Garay, Domingo de (Fray)
Solorzano
Torrevilla (Padre)
Croix, Marques de
Buenaventura Ruiz de Esparza, Antonio (Fray)
Cartagena, Romualdo (Fray)
Torrevilla, Martin (Fray)
Quiroga, Basco de
Montenegro
Lopez, Melchon (Fray)
Jesus, Antonio Margil de
Valero, Marques de
Rebullida, Pablo de la (Fray)
Cassa Fuente
Places
Guadalajara, San Francisco de (Convento)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
Sonora
Coahuila
Mexico, San Diego de
Zacatecas, Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Durango
Michoacan
Pimeria Alta
Pimeria Baja
Guathemala (Audiencia)
Texas
Rio Grande
San Bernardo, Nuestra Senora de la Punta (Mision)
San Baptista (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Pimas
Opatas
Lacandones
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 001-069
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 001-069
Language
Spanish
Notes
Page 67 is printed twice
Reference Number
15200001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Munoz
Garay
Cartagena
Cartagena
Person Last Name
Munoz
Bucareli y Ursua
Reyes
Garay
Solorzano
Torrevilla
Croix
Buenaventura Ruiz de Esparza
Cartagena
Torrevilla
Quiroga
Montenegro
Lopez
Jesus
Valero
Rebullida
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-10-1772
End Date (repacked)
10-27-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8032
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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espediente sobre los gastos hechos en la conducion de los mecos desde de San Luiz Potozi a Mexico en el ano de 1781 e informacion recivida por orden del gobernador sobre los danos que causaban en la jurisdicion.

Serial Number
041-03602
Title
espediente sobre los gastos hechos en la conducion de los mecos desde de San Luiz Potozi a Mexico en el ano de 1781 e informacion recivida por orden del gobernador sobre los danos que causaban en la jurisdicion.
Author(s)
Pasqual de Burguoa, Manuel (Capitan)
Meria, Fernando
Sales Carrillo Francisco de
and others
Date
09-19-1781
Date
01-19-1782
Documentation
San Luiz potozi. September 19, 1781-January 19, 1782. 27p. Informes, autos. Signed.
Summary
Documents concern the transference of a group of Meco Indians from San Luis Potosi to Mexico under the commission of Pasqual de Burgoa. Request for a doctor to attend a gravely ill Indian. Payment of expenses incurred in transportation of Indians, in the salaries paid soldiers accompanying them, and of expenses in feeding the Indians during journey. Also given are a few baptisms along the way. Especially important are a group of lists concerning the Indians and the payment of the soldiers. Folios 171-173 contains an extensive list of the salaries paid soldiers and Cavos. folio 174 contains a list of expenses in transporting and feeding of the Indians. Folios 176-177 gives a list of Indian groups and the men and women who comprise the separate groups. (P. Lenz, September 1989)
Persons
Pasqual de Burgoa, Manuel (Capitan)
Mayorga, Martin de (Virrey)
Diaz Fernandez, Manuel (Alcalde)
Sales Carrillo, Francisco de
Martinez Pinera, Francisco (Capitan)
Laraga, Diego de (Gobernador)
Baldes, Christobal (Sargento)
Rios Calbella, Francisco Antonio de las
Gamboa, Mariano (Cura)
Martinez de Vargas, Augustin
Cesari, Manuel
Larragrubel, Benito
Medina, Luis de
Penasco, Conde del
Santa Maria, Conde del
Places
San Luiz Potozi
Pila
San Francisco (Valle)
Jaral
Cubo
Quemada
Dolores (Pueblo)
San Miguel El Grande
Chichimequillas
Britanica (Nacion)
Santa Maria (Villa)
Aguayo
Potosi, San Luis
Guatitlan
Guadalupe, Santa Maria de
Penasco
Ethnic Groups
Mecos
Mulatas
Mesquites
Chibatos
Aracatas
Passitas
Martines
Malinchenos
Camoteros
Jarames
Military Groups
San Luiz Potozi, Compania Volante de
San Carlos Tercera Compania de la Legion
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 146 ff. 170-183 exp. 7 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 146 ff. 170-183 exp. 7
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
14600007
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Pasqual de Burguoa
Meria
Person Last Name
Pasqual de Burgoa
Mayorga
Diaz Fernandez
Sales Carrillo
Martinez Pinera
Laraga
Baldes
Rios Calbella
Gamboa
Martinez de Vargas
Cesari
Larragrubel
Medina
Penasco
Santa Maria
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-19-1781
End Date (repacked)
01-19-1782
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7949
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Concerning Moreno transporting chaingang of Apaches to Mexico City; related financial affairs.

Serial Number
041-03532
Title
Concerning Moreno transporting chaingang of Apaches to Mexico City; related financial affairs.
Author(s)
Vidal de Lorca, Manuel
Mendoza, Asensio
Soto, Juan de (Cabo)
and others
Date
03-27-1792
Date
01-30-1793
Documentation
Chihuahua, others. March 27, 1792 to January 30, 1793. 80p. Letters, informes, drafts. Copies, signed.
Summary
These documents continued from F.316. Moreno leads transportation of chaingang of Apaches to capitol. (same Indians at times called Mecos.) One Indian left at San Carlos; one near death is baptized by Urruchua at pavellan; Meco infant Dies, is given Christian burial at San Juan del Rio. F.401 on are mostly accounts of expenses of travel, maintenance of Indians; receipts for transfer of money related to transport. (A. Dean, September 1989)
Persons
Moreno, Valentin (Sargento)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Vidal de Lorca, Manuel
Soto, Juan de (Alferes)
Uribes, Joseph Antonio (Cabo)
Mendoza, Asencio
Urruchua, Joseph Maria (Clerigo Presbitero)
Salazar y Pacheco, Pedro Martinez (Justicia)
Rodriguez Biedma, Thomas
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Fernandez de Cordova, Antonio
Beregana, Domingo de
Cabo Franco, Joseph del
Campo Marin
Herrera
Romero, Rafael
Dios Martinez, Juan de
Gutierrez, Luis
Aranda, Juan de
Solorzano
Villagran Rafael
Casava
Monterde
Castro, Ramon de
Potau de Portugal, Francisco Xavier
Tresierra y Cano, Alonso
Places
Conchos, Pilar de
San Carlos (Presidio)
Cerrogordo (Presidio Reformado)
Parida, la (Paraje)
Guadalajara
Pavellon (Hacienda)
San Juan del Rio
Chihuahua
Durango
Sonora
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mecos
Military Groups
San Carlos, Compania de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 142 ff. 397-436
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 142 ff. 397-436
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios misnumbered (f.397 is actually 337 sequentially). F.420 duplicated; f.423 missing. not chronological.
Reference Number
14200012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Vidal de Lorca
Mendoza
Soto
Soto
Person Last Name
Moreno
Nava
Vidal de Lorca
Soto
Uribes
Mendoza
Urruchua
Salazar y Pacheco
Rodriguez Biedma
Revilla Gigedo
Fernandez de Cordova
Beregana
Cabo Franco
Campo Marin
Herrera
Romero
Dios Martinez
Gutierrez
Aranda
Solorzano
Villagran Rafael
Casava
Monterde
Castro
Potau de Portugal
Tresierra y Cano
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-27-1792
End Date (repacked)
01-30-1793
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7879
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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