Indians (Battle Tactics)

Informe de governador de Sinaloa

Serial Number
041-04094
Title
Informe de governador de Sinaloa
Author(s)
Bonilla
Date
03-15-1760
Date
01-24-1795
Documentation
Mexico. January 24, 1795. 20p. Informe. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Copies of informes from governor Mendoza of Sinaloa concerning military strategy and military matters of Indian rebels. Indian ethnic groups include Seris, Pimas, and Apaches who invaded the frontier. Details. Spying activities mentioned. (J. Acheson, October 1988)
Persons
Amarillas, Marques de las
Mendosa, Juan de (Gobernador)
Valcarcel, Domingo
Urrea, Bernardo de
Places
Altar (Presidio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Terenate (Presidio)
Horcasitas, San Miguel de
Gracia, San Jose de
Santa Rosalia
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Apaches
Pimas Bajos
Pimas Altos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 175 ff. 334-344
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 175 ff. 334-344
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17500010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Amarillas
Mendosa
Valcarcel
Urrea
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-15-1760
End Date (repacked)
01-24-1795
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11328
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Series of documents dealing with Indian wars and some administrative affairs among government officials

Serial Number
041-04026
Title
Series of documents dealing with Indian wars and some administrative affairs among government officials
Author(s)
Castro, Ramon
Gutierrez, Juan and others
Date
03-20-1792
Date
05-29-1792
Documentation
Santa Rosa. March 20, 1792-June 29, 1792. 74p. Letters, informes, peticiones, certificaciones. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Concerns conflict of authority between military officials; woman is kept in captivity; Indians complain of mistreatment by Munoz and ask for his removal so problems between Indians and Spaniards will stop; very detailed narration of Indians being killed by government troops who went in their pursuit, indio Tomas is interrogated under oath, he describes how Indians survived and attacked the Spaniards; Indian prisoner gives account of how Indians planned attack against Spaniards, some Indian nations colluded to attack Spaniards in conjunction and trade items among themselves; report on Indian child being interrogated by Spaniard (text of the interrogation is included); diaries of the pursuit of Indians is sent to the viceroy, chart about the final result of the campaign is included here, chart shows number of Indians and soldiers who were killed in combat, ammunition, weapons used, horses, mules etc.; governor certifies the public exhibition of genitals and limbs of Indians killed in combat during campaign; letter is sent to the viceroy praising heroic action of captain Bustamante against Indian rebels in Palo Blanco; chart showing the general military status of San Antonio de Bexar, chart includes list of military officials and soldiers, horses, mules and different kinds of weapons; statistical chart showing population of the pueblos of Nuevo Santander, its missions and population in every city and town; complete review is carried out of the presidios of the province of Nuevo Santander, report about the visita is sent to the viceroy, report takes into account physical aspects, military conditions, troop's health situation, description of the valleys, rivers and strategic position of presidios. (M. Marroquin, December 1988)
Persons
Timoteo, Maria Ynez (Mujer Cautiva)
Ugalde, Juan (Brigadier)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Soguina (Indio)
Soxa (Indio)
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Cuellar, Miguel de (Teniente)
Cierragorda, Conde de (Gobernador)
Zapato Sax (Capitan)(Indio)
Echegaray, Jose Maria (Capitan)
Lerma, Tomas (Indio)
Talamantes, Mateo (Sargento)
Chiquito (Capitan)(Indio)
Chiapa, Ygnacio (Indio)
Castro, Ramon de (Inspector)
Diaz de Bustamante, Jose Ramon (Capitan)
Tovar, Joseph Maria (Capitan)
Arocha, Simon de (Capitan)
Zepeda, Marcos (Capitan)
Diaz, Salvador (Sargento)
Hernandez, Placido (Sargento)
Menchaca, Joaquin (Cabo)
Pena, Ygnacio (Cabo)
Delgado, Manuel (Cabo)
Gil Ybarbo, Antonio (Gobernador)
Garza, Joseph Mariano de la (Fray)
Serna, Joseph Antonio de la (Teniente)
Bujanos, Manuel (Alferez)
Guadiana, Telesforo
Places
Santa Rosa
Bexar, San Antonio de la
Laredo
Nueva Vizcaya
Poniente, Provincias del
Norte, Rio Grande del (Rio)
Reynosa (Villa)
Camargo (Villa)
Nuevo Santander
Palo Blanco, Arroyo de (Paraje)
Mier (Villa)
Agua Nueva (Paraje)
Sansabas (Canon)
Nacoydoches (Paraje)
Alamo
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de
Texas
Nueces (Rio)
Atascoso (Rio)
Medina (Rio)
San Juan (Mision)
Ulua, San Juan de
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Guadalupe (Rio)
San Antonio (Rio)
Coleto (Rio)
Carapinta (Paraje)
Revilla (Villa)
Cantaro (Villa)
Croix (Villa)
Carmen (Hacienda)
Borbon (Real)
Linares (Villa)
Salinas (Villa)
Pelon (Villa)
Monclova (Provincia)
Nadadores (Provincia)
Carmen (Puerto)
Cuatrocienegas
Santa Rosalia (Puerto)
San Marcos (Puerto)
Jara (Puerto)
Sardinas (Hacienda)
San Buenaventura (Hacienda)
Californias
Coahuila
Ethnic Groups
Comanches
Gandules
Lipanez
Mescaleros
Pachecos
Carancaguaces
Apaches
Military Groups
Dragones Provinciales
Nuevo Santander, Tercera Compania Volante de la Colonia del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 171 ff. 010-047 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 171 ff. 010-047 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17100002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Castro
Gutierrez
Person Last Name
Timoteo
Ugalde
Revilla Gigedo
Soguina
Soxa
Munoz
Cuellar
Cierragorda
Zapato Sax
Echegaray
Lerma
Talamantes
Chiquito
Chiapa
Castro
Diaz de Bustamante
Tovar
Arocha
Zepeda
Diaz
Hernandez
Menchaca
Pena
Delgado
Gil Ybarbo
Garza
Serna
Bujanos
Guadiana
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1792
End Date (repacked)
05-29-1792
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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aunque a cerca de la guerra con los indios de esas fronteras, su pacificacion, y seguridad de nuestros pueblos . . . .

Serial Number
041-04010
Title
aunque a cerca de la guerra con los indios de esas fronteras, su pacificacion, y seguridad de nuestros pueblos . . . .
Author(s)
Galvez, Jose de
Date
10-22-1792
Documentation
Mexico. October 22, 1792. 16p. Letter. Copy, unsigned.
Summary
Letter from Galvez to Croix (copy to Bonilla) concerning auxiliaries to be sent to aid governor of Luisiana, tactics for destroying Indians. States that it is impossible to wage war by traditional european methods against these enemies, this terrain. Describes Indians' advantages, battle tactics. (A. Dean, October 1989)
Persons
Croix, Teodoro de
Galvez, Jose de
Bonilla
Places
Zacatecas
Durango
Patosoi (Hacienda)
Luisiana
Mexico
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 170 ff. 349-356
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 170 ff. 349-356
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered.
Reference Number
17000010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Croix
Galvez
Beginning Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-22-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11244
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Letters written by Vaamonde and virrey concerning Indian attacks in Leon and its impacts on settlements and discussion of possible military reorganization in area to redress problem. First in this series begins with el senor comandante general.

Serial Number
041-03908
Title
Letters written by Vaamonde and virrey concerning Indian attacks in Leon and its impacts on settlements and discussion of possible military reorganization in area to redress problem. First in this series begins with el senor comandante general.
Author(s)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Date
10-01-1791
Date
12-03-1791
Documentation
Monterrey, Mexico. October 10, 1791-December 03, 1791. 70pp. Approximate. Letters. Originals. Accusation that military campaign against indians has been slow and inefficient, goes into detail describing steps and strategies he has employed, attests to fact that he has also followed the virrey's orders to mount offensive campaign near Rio Grande (northern part), asks for reestablishment of two companies abolished by ugalde so that they May be transformed into 12 units, argues that the presence of these added troops would help encourage additional settlement and thereby add to sums collected in the form of diezmos, attack on presidio of punta de lamparos, indians attack yguana as one unit and then split up into two units and remain in area; vaamonde explains letter written to virrey in which virrey interpreted as being insolent, major point of contention being vaamonde request that two companies mentioned earlier be reestablished, cites the fact that indian attacks have increased because of the absence of the companies and that the area is a frontier and needs troops in order to establish the uncontestable reaches of the province, argues that the organization of these troops into 12 units of 29 men each would in some cases make for more successful settlements because the settlers would have as their primary concern things other than indian attacks, strategy he would have liked to use with the troops at his disposal would have been to keep them on the move continually so the indians would not be able to plan attack but small number of men and illness have made implementation of that strategy impossible. For that reason he seeks reestablishment of aforementioned companies; letter explains that the two companies abolished by ugalde without consultation with the preceeding governor Gonzales de santianes, says that when he requested the reestablishment of these from the current comandante general de armas Ramon de Castro he was severely rebuked and told that Coahuila was in dire need of said troops, makes same request of virrey and includes proposals on how this company would be paid -excise taxes, cites depopulation and poor agricultural output as consequences of settlers fears and divided attention, successful settlements would also improve the commercial integration of all of New Spain since these areas produce some important commodities, excise taxes to support troops would then be cost effective since vaamonde reasons producton in area would go up as well as consumption from added settlers; letter to virrey from vamonde telling of events in area as related to him by Ramon, information on troop movement in area of punta de lamparos and speaks of orders given to Ramon directly from Castro; letter from virrey to vaamonde mentioning his order on the subject of the reestablishment of the companies mentioned, will advise him on his decision. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Laredo, Bustamante de (Capitan)
Ugalde, Juan de (Brigadier)
Arrambide, Juan de (Theniente)
Murgiez, Manuel (Alferes)
Valdez, Carmino (Alferes)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador)
Garza, Jose Manuel de la (Alferes)
Gorastiza, Pedro (Subinspector Mariscal de Campo)
Fuero, Pedro
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente (Governador)
Ramon, Juan Ignacio (Theniente)
Carazco, Pedro (Theniente)
Places
Punta de Lamparos (Presidio)
Vallecillo (Real)
Serralbo
Saltillo (Villa)
San Fernando
Revilla
Coahuila (Provincia)
San Luis Potosi
Rio Salada
Rio Grande
Zacatecas
Sabana Grande
Nuevo Santander
Texas
San Luis de la Paz
Dolores
Cadereit
Rio Grande del Norte (Presidio)
Yguana
Monterrey
Military Groups
Punta de Lamparos, Compania Volante de
America, Regimiento de Infanteria de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 548-583 (Approx) exp. 13
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 548-583 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200036
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Vaamonde
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Castro
Laredo
Ugalde
Arrambide
Murgiez
Valdez
Vaamonde
Garza
Gorastiza
Fuero
Gonzales de Santianes
Ramon
Carazco
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-01-1791
End Date (repacked)
12-03-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Letters from Vaamonde and Conde de Revilla Gigedo concerning military matters involving Apaches in Nuebo Reyno de Leon. First in series begins with para que v.s. pueda hacerse cargo

Serial Number
041-03907
Title
Letters from Vaamonde and Conde de Revilla Gigedo concerning military matters involving Apaches in Nuebo Reyno de Leon. First in series begins with para que v.s. pueda hacerse cargo
Author(s)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Gobernador de Nuebo Reyno de Leon)
Yparraguirre, Luis Maria (Justicia Mayor)
Date
08-27-1791
Date
09-17-1791
Documentation
Monterrey, Mexico. August 27, 1791 - September 17, 1791. 28pp. Approximate. Letters, noticias. Copies. Was killed, needs strengthened militia in area in order to defend settlements or else will be forced to abandon; indian attack in which Spanish settlers were taken prisoner; speaks of indian attack that was successfully repelled by settlers in which wounded indian was heard to say that he wanted confession. On way out of village indians took captives including children; need for better horses and weapons to fight off the indians, complete letter by justicia mayor describing situation of hostilities in area; scathing letter from Revilla gigedo to vaamonde admonishing him for his insolence in regards to some comments he had made previously on the organization of the two companias Volantes as being reason for the inability to effectively neutralize indians; report documenting indian attacks between August 5, 1791 and August 19, 1791; letter from vaamonde ordering that militias of 15 men be set up in order to explore their surrounding areas for 15 days and people of the area should provide the munitions and supplies needed for these expeditions; letter from vaamonde explaining his idea of reorganizing the two companias Volantes and the compania del punto de lamparos into 12 groups; letter telling of the arrest of indian Pedro Jose. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Ysabel (Indio)
Cruz, Basilio de la
Vaamonde, Manuel (Gobernador de Leon)
Villancillo, Estevan (Sargento)
Ibarra, Josef Maria de (Theniente)
Chapa, Jose
Burgoa, Manuel de
Cardenas, Vincente de
Ruiz, Juan
Zerra, Xavier
Ayala, Antonio
Ramon, Juan Ignacio (Comandante)
Galan, Joaquin (Justicia)
Berral, Guadalupe
Barrera, Alexandro
Lozano, Martin (Lizenciado)
Elizondo, Juan Francisco
Lazara de los Santos, Jose
Garcia, Jose Gabriel
Castro, Miguel de
Fuero, Pedro
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Florez, Antonio Manuel
Serna, Javier
Pedro Jose (Indio)
Augustin Albarado (Indio)
Yparraguirre, Luis Maria (Justicia Mayor)
Dominguez, Blaz
Places
Monterrey
Zerralvo (Jurisdiccion)
Santiago Prieto (Rancho)
Savinas (Real)
Punta de Lampazos
San Carlos del Vallecillo (Real)
San Antonio de la Yguana (Real)
Nuevo Santander
San Cristobal (Mision)
Linares
Santa Rosa
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Gualehuires
Niquites
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 533-547 (Approx) exp. 13
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 533-547 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200035
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Vaamonde
Yparraguirre
Person Last Name
Ysabel
Cruz
Vaamonde
Villancillo
Ibarra
Chapa
Burgoa
Cardenas
Ruiz
Zerra
Ayala
Ramon
Galan
Berral
Barrera
Lozano
Elizondo
Lazara de los Santos
Garcia
Castro
Fuero
Castro
Florez
Serna
Pedro Jose
Augustin Albarado
Yparraguirre
Dominguez
Beginning Date Month
August
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
08-27-1791
End Date (repacked)
09-17-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8254
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Letters, diaries from Munoz and Trevino and responses from virrey Conde concerning Indian activity in province of Texas first in this series begins with en ofoicio de 9 del. Corrte.

Serial Number
041-03904
Title
Letters, diaries from Munoz and Trevino and responses from virrey Conde concerning Indian activity in province of Texas first in this series begins with en ofoicio de 9 del. Corrte.
Author(s)
Munoz, Manuel (Governador de Texas, Teniente Coronel)
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Date
03-24-1791
Date
01-17-1792
Documentation
San Antonio de Bexar. May 24., 1791 - January 17, 1792. 52pp. Approximate. Letters, relaciones, diarios. Originals, copies. Putting a halt on supplies being shipped to quiscate while giving supply of tobacco and gunpowder to group of comanches and tacahuanes preparing for battle against lipanes; virrey reminds munoz that within his province are people secretly collaborating with lipanes and urges discovery of these individuals; comanches offer to contain Apache incursions in exchange for right to settle near the Rio Grande, tahuacanes, tancahueses, and tahuayases make similar proposal in regards to lipanes; diary of daily events concerning lipanes by trevino - goes out in search of lipanes rancherias finds some abondoned settlements that evidence recent fighting (horse killed with arrow), enlists the help of taguayas(indian) in search for lipanes, finds out that lipanes have been informed of search by other spies who Spanish had been using, confrontation with lipanes with help of indians from the comanche nation and taguayazes who looted more than they fought; renewed commitment on the part of the comanches to fight against the Apaches; munoz cites linkages formed by marriages as principal reason why there are collaborators with lipanes; mentions Castro in regards to resettling of 400 comanches on the banks of the Rio Grande; report elaborating on a series of thefts and attacks committed by comanches in San Antonio and bahia del Espiritu Santo; lipanes send a 70 year old member of their nation to ask military to explain the new hostilities between the Spanish and his nation; Gomez killed and boy taken prisoner in indian attack; gives some numbers on recent thefts and attacks and who was sent out in search of indians responsible. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Munoz, Manuel (Governador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Espadas, Manuel de (Teniente)
Castro, Ramon de (Commandante General)
Barrera, Juan
Rios, Francisco (Sargento)
Cortes, Juan (Capitan)
Hernandez, Bonifacio
Rodriguez, Prudencio (Sargento)
Menchaca, Jose (Alferes)
Urrutia, Manuel de (Alferez)
Gomez, Jose
Fernandez, Bernardo (Primer Teniente)
Lamath, Nicolas
Renteria, Mariano
Menchaca, Luis
Places
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
San Jose (Mision)
San Juan (Mision)
Rosario, (Mision)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio)
San Jose de Aguayo (Mision)
Milipa
Saltillo
Ethnic Groups
Tahuacanes
Comanches
Tancahueses
Tahuayases
Taguayazes
Lipanes
Apache Lipanes
Apache Mescaleros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 455-481 (Approx) exp. 11
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 455-481 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200032
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Munoz
Trevino
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Munoz
Revilla Gigedo
Trevino
Espadas
Castro
Barrera
Rios
Cortes
Hernandez
Rodriguez
Menchaca
Urrutia
Gomez
Fernandez
Lamath
Renteria
Menchaca
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-24-1791
End Date (repacked)
01-17-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8251
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Letters between Munoz and virrey Conde concerning among other things intertribal relations involving lipanes, comanches and others. First in series begins with a vista de no haverse.

Serial Number
041-03901
Title
Letters between Munoz and virrey Conde concerning among other things intertribal relations involving lipanes, comanches and others. First in series begins with a vista de no haverse.
Author(s)
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Date
01-14-1791
Date
03-02-1791
Documentation
Espiritu santo, Bahia del; San Antonio. January 14, 1791 - March 2, 1791. 24pp. Approximate. Letters. Copies.
Summary
Concerns Indian raid on Rio de San Marcos by Lipanes after they had sent emissaries to speak with military; letter which mentions some intertribal hostilities between Lipanes and Tarcahues; information on marriage custom in which male Lipanes married female Vidais and Orcoquizacs and male Orcoquizacs marrying female Lipanas; Munoz suggests that gift promised the Lipanes be given them in order to engender trust; letter to Munoz advising him to be aware of the danger inherent in allowing Lipanes to form alliances with Indians of north; mention of a possible negotiation with Lipanes for which Ugalde is instructed to bring any captives he holds to San Antonio realizing that that this is not possible for two days because there is a war being fought by Vidays, Orcoquizacs, Atacapas, and Cocos against Tarcahues; accusation that Comanches may have been aided by soldiers in attacking Mescaleros- disputed by military, possibly Indians using uniforms of Spanish killed in earlier battles; goods given over to Comanche leader - horses, mirrors, tobacco, Vermillion. (O. Velez, August 1989)
Persons
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Ugalde, Juan de (Brigadier)
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Basquez, Francisco (Alferes)
Zapato Ras (Capitansillo)(Indio)
Lombrana, Jose (Indio)
Casquita (Indio)
Nava, Pedro de (Brigadier)
Castro, Ramon de (Commandante General)
Aga (Indio)
Jacinto (Indian)
Curbelo, Jose Antonio (Interprete)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Mariscal de Campo)
Gutierrez, Joaquin (Interprete)
Places
Poniente (Presidio)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del
San Antonio
Coahuila (Provincia)
Revilla
San Ignacio
Mier
Azucapas (Pueblo)
San Juan Baptista de Rio Grande (Presidio)
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Vidais
Orcoquizacs
Atacapas
Cocos
Tarcahues
Comanches
Polvoras
Valas
Mescaleros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 417-429 (Approx) exp. 11
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 417-429 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200029
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Munoz
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Trevino
Ugalde
Munoz
Basquez
Zapato Ras
Lombrana
Casquita
Nava
Castro
Aga
Jacinto
Curbelo
Ugarte y Loyola
Gutierrez
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-14-1791
End Date (repacked)
03-02-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8248
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Detailed explanation of relevant articles and instruction to Ugarte and Loyola on upcoming commission first in this series begins with instruction librada al teniente.

Serial Number
041-03896
Title
Detailed explanation of relevant articles and instruction to Ugarte and Loyola on upcoming commission first in this series begins with instruction librada al teniente.
Author(s)
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan (Secretario Interno)
Date
07-09-1790
Documentation
Chihuagua. July 8, 1790. 24p. Approximate informes. Originals.
Summary
A detailed explanation of 54 articles that are relevant to the comission that Ugarte y Loyola will undertake which discuss the battle tactics and customs of Apaches especially as it relates to their dead, success against chiriguaris, peace treaty with Apaches, continued attacks from outlaws and instructions for remedy of this situation, freedom in troop use, renewed pardon, the right to hang on the spot any person caught actively collaborating with the Apaches, instructions on how to handle military prisoners, situations in which Indian labor is exploited, travel restrictions, abuses against Indians with their grain harvests, census of Indians, giving priority to Indians in use of lands not now under cultivation, inappropriate distribution of people in settlements, Jesuits confiscation of goods to be reversed now that they have been expelled from area, instructions on visitas, reduction of Taraumares in Sierra Madre under the colegio de Guadalupe de Zacatecas, military use of Indians by generals and tenientes, and abondonement of the real Tabahueto. (O. Velez, August 1989)
Persons
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Sanches, Joseph
Tierro, Polonio (Soldado)
Chaines, Joseph (Soldado)
Tierro, Andres (Soldado)
Rodriguez, Joseph Miguel
Venancio de Luna, Maria Josefa
Croix, Teodoro de
Flores, Manuel Antonio
Gomez, Joseph (Presidente del Colegio)
Munoz, Joseph Andres
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Brigadier)
Places
Nueva Vizcaya
Sonora
Chihuagua
Tabahueto (Real)
Oro (Real)
Guanacevi
San Juan del Rio
Santiago Paparguiro
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Chiricaguis
Comanches
Nabajoes
Gilenos
Taraumares
Tepehuanes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 322-334 (Approx) exp. 7
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 322-334 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200024
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Borica
Sanches
Tierro
Chaines
Tierro
Rodriguez
Venancio de Luna
Croix
Flores
Gomez
Munoz
Ugarte y Loyola
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-09-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8243
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence between Vaamonde and virrey concerning increasing Indian hostilities in Nuevo Leon.

Serial Number
041-03813
Title
Correspondence between Vaamonde and virrey concerning increasing Indian hostilities in Nuevo Leon.
Author(s)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Date
03-20-1790
Date
05-05-1790
Documentation
Monterrey. Mexico. March 20, 1790-May 5, 1790. 72p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Concerns Indians moving to Nuevo Leon after terrorizing Laredo and Rio Salado. Indians arrive well-equipped with guns, spears and arrows on foot and horseback. says Indians take captives and murder innocents after destroying ranches. Mentions cruel treatment of victims before mass murders begin. Indians steal horses, mules and all personal property from ranches. When ranches later deserted, diminished labor forces mines out of operation. Vaamonde has given permission for civilians to defend themselves, but these troops have no horses, arms or munitions. Also, while these family men are on patrol they can't support their families. says 100 murders in area. Vaamonde sends arrows collected from dead as proof for virrey. Also, sends set of documents and comprobantes from area residents. Letters relate incidents and describe raids in detail. Letters request military assistance. Vaamonde says these incidents are proof that Ugalde must return two troops taken earlier to another province. To ensure proper punishment of these Indians, cooperation with troops in Nuevo Santander and Coahuila is also needed. Virrey, having received comprobantes orders troops back to Leon. Advises Vaamonde to meet with troops in Lampazos to review and ensure they are properly equipped. Orders Vaamonde to provide reports on conditions and operations. Vaamonde mentions with letters from Baez that troops still insufficient and Indians in area have doubled. Virrey says he must work with companies from other areas. (M. Dannemiller, November 1988)
Persons
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Vaamonde Villamil, Manuel
Gomez de Castro, Juan Josef (Alcalde)
Flores, Josef Maria
Ugalde, Juan de (Comandante General)
Flores Valdez, Javier
Lopez Fonseca, Vicente Antonio
Elizondo, Josseph Javier
Trevino, Pedro Josef
Cantu, Jose Miguel
Tato, Julian Antonio
Garza, Juan Cristobal de
Baez de Aragon, Juan (Alcalde)
Garza, Pedro Jose
Barbosa Maldonado, Salvador
Maldonado, Jose Maria
Lisondo, Vicente
Trevino, Jose Isidrio
Places
Rio Grande
Leon
Monterrey
Peyotes (Misiones)
Laredo
Rio Salado (Villa)
Coahuila
Vallecillo, San Carlos del
Salinas
Picachos
Mamulique (Hacienda)
Gualaquices, San Cristobal de (Mision)
Revilla
Nuevo Santander
Sauz (Rancho)
San Juan de Bauptista (Valle)
San Fernando
Monclova
Leones, Boca de
China, Mesa de
Nueces
Haxcala
Lampazos
Santa Rosa
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Lipanes
Mescaleros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 159 ff. 111-145
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 159 ff. 111-145
Language
Spanish
Notes
These documents refer to correspondence mentioned in folios 104-111. Folio 123 repeated.
Reference Number
15900010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Vaamonde
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Revilla Gigedo
Vaamonde Villamil
Gomez de Castro
Flores
Ugalde
Flores Valdez
Lopez Fonseca
Elizondo
Trevino
Cantu
Tato
Garza
Baez de Aragon
Garza
Barbosa Maldonado
Maldonado
Lisondo
Trevino
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1790
End Date (repacked)
05-05-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8160
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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el governador del Nuevo Santander sobre los tributarios de aquella jurisdiccion...

Serial Number
041-03620
Title
el governador del Nuevo Santander sobre los tributarios de aquella jurisdiccion...
Author(s)
Lasaga, Diego de (Gobernador)
Lasso de la Vega, Miguel
Posada
and others
Date
05-04-1781
Date
09-24-1782
Documentation
Nuevo Santander. May 4, 1781-September 24, 1782. 48p. (Approx) Letters, instancia. Originals, signed.
Summary
Includes 6 brief, unrelated expedientes, numeros 7-12. In 7, Lasaga informs virrey that certain residents of San Carlos should be exempt from taxation because they have no permanent home or work, but mine whenever possible, and serve whenever called to arms. In 8, Lasaga says it came to his attention that large group of Indians (unnamed) are held prisoner in Aguayo, but soldiers no longer able to contain escapes; guidance from virrey requested. In 9, Lasso informs of shortage of servants in Veracruz, requests that 6 Mecos return with him to work in that capacity; will educate and care for them. In 10, Indians (unnamed) journey to San Carlos to request financial help; each granted 1 'real' daily. In 11, Lasaga solicits advice from virrey regarding Aracates, previously guilty of murder and theft, but now want to establish peaceful relations. In 12, 2 Pacitas kill Young Boy, wound another; Comecamotes trick soldiers into truce, then kill several, steal cattle, kill pastor with own knife; soldiers' actions found 'imprudente.' (L. Kerr, June 1989)
Persons
Lasaga, Diego de (Gobernador)
Mayorga, Martin de (Virrey)
Sierra Gorda, Conde de (Gobernador)
Puga (Capitan)
Lasso de la Vega, Miguel
Mayorga, Martin de (Virrey)
Fernandez, Juan Antonio Alexo (Capitan)
Fato y Ansa, Juan Joseph (Licenciado)
Guerra, Mariano (Sargento)
Places
San Nicolas (Real)
San Carlos (Villa)
Aguayo (Villa)
San Luis Potosi (Ciudad)
Veracruz
Ulua, San Juan de (Castillo)
Tula, San Antonio de (Pueblo)
Soto la Marina (Villa)
Horcasitas (Ciudad)
San Juan (Rio)
Benito (Rancheria)
Croix (Villa)
Ethnic Groups
Mecos
Aracates
Pacitas
Palaqueques
Comecamotes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 147 ff. 108-131 exp. 7-12 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 147 ff. 108-131 exp. 7
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some copies very dark, all unpaginated, some margins cut.
Reference Number
14700005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Lasaga
Lasso de la Vega
Person Last Name
Lasaga
Mayorga
Sierra Gorda
Puga
Lasso de la Vega
Mayorga
Fernandez
Fato y Ansa
Guerra
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-04-1781
End Date (repacked)
09-24-1782
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7967
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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