Indians (Drunkenness)

Letters from Pineda to Croix concerning Indian raids, and needs of soldiers.

Serial Number
041-01188
Title
Letters from Pineda to Croix concerning Indian raids, and needs of soldiers.
Author(s)
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Date
05-26-1768
Date
10-17-1768
Documentation
Horcasitas. May 26, 1768. 86p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Pineda informs Croix of various Indian attacks. Apaches killed Pimas near Sonoita, and Pimas have been encouraged to seek revenge. Seris take horses from Tubutama. Apaches kill 1 man in Fronteras, take cattle and horses from cucheta and Cuquiarachi. Elizondo, Urrea, and Cancio kill 3 female Indians and some children, and recover horses. Letter of June 17, Pineda informs that according to female prisioner, Seris, Sibubapas, and Pimas met in Cerro Prieto to discuss arrival of soldiers in Guaymas. They wanted to return to towns and be pardoned, but they were advised no pardon will be given due to many crimes committed. They decided to steal cattle and horses, and wait for soldiers in Cerro Prieto. Apaches kill 4 people and 2 horses from Santa Ana. Apaches attack Opodepe, Fronteras, Terrenate and Saracachi killing several people. Anza raids Apache rancherias near Tubac, releasing Spaniard captive who stated 700 Indians were in Cerro Prieto waiting for soldiers. Pineda transfers most of troop from Guaymas to Pitic for its better location to combat Indians. Urrea attacks Seri Rancheria killing 18, capturing 16. Apaches take cattle and horses from Oposura, Cumuripa, Cucurpe, Tuape. 200 Apaches raid Terrenate killing 1 soldier and taking all horses. Sibubapas kill people in Tecoripa, Trinidad, Llano Colorado. Apaches take horses and kill soldiers from Xavier del Bac. June 18 Pineda informs soldiers that viceroy ordered soldiers salaries paid in money, but that situados devengado must be payed first. (J. Tapia, July, 1987).
Persons
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Galvez, Joseph de (Intendente)
Elizondo, Domingo (Coronel)
Croix, Carlos Francisco de (Virrey)
Conejo, Juan (Indio)
Cancio, Lorenzo (Capitan)
Fersen, Francisco (Ingeniero)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Capitan)
Bergosa, Juan (Capitan)
Bringas, Pedro
Lumbreras, Juan (Teniente)
Places
California (Peninsula)
Tonichi (Pueblo)
Sonoita (Pueblo)
Fronteras
Malpais (Sierra)
Cuchuta (Pueblo)
Cuquiarachi (Pueblo)
Guaymas
Baquachi (Paraje)
Pitic (Pueblo)
Zerro Prieto
Caborca (Pueblo)
Visani (Pueblo)
Pico (Carrizal)
Rio Grande
Potan (Pueblo)
Hiaqui (Rio)
Mayo (Rio)
Fuerte (Rio)
Sinaloa (Rio)
Santa Ana
Opodepe (Pueblo)
Saracachi
Rio Chico
Belen (Pueblo)
Suaqui (Pueblo)
Pimas, San Joseph de
Terrenate
Buenavista (Presidio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Cumuripa
Tiburon (Isla)
Combenencia (Cerro)
Tenuaxe (Bosque)
Oposura
Cucurpe
Tuape
San Antonio
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Trinidad
Rebeyco (Puesto)
Colorado (Llano)
Tubutama
Altar
Zebadilla (Puerto(?))
Santa Maria (Mision)
Ostimuri
Bac, San Xavier del (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Pimas
Sibubapas
Seris
Suaquis
Military Groups
Compania Volante
Compania de Fusileros
El Piquete de America
Compania de Voluntarios
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 047 ff. 395-439
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 047 ff. 395-439
Language
Spanish
Notes
Water stained, out of order, blank pages. Continuation of ff. 350-394.
Reference Number
4700013
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Pineda
Galvez
Elizondo
Croix
Conejo
Cancio
Fersen
Anza
Bergosa
Bringas
Lumbreras
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-26-1768
End Date (repacked)
10-17-1768
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5535
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters from Pineda to Croix concerning Indian attacks, arrival of priest, and soldier's subsistence needs.

Serial Number
041-01187
Title
Letters from Pineda to Croix concerning Indian attacks, arrival of priest, and soldier's subsistence needs.
Author(s)
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Date
03-07-1768
Date
05-26-1768
Documentation
Buenavista. March 7, 1768. 86p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Pineda informs Croix of Indian raids. Preparation to attack Indians in Nopalera. Anza kills female Sibubapa, takes male captive, recovers 80 horses, and reports small quantity of water in Nopalera. Sibubapas attack Yecora, killing 5 including one Spaniard. A Spaniard, Leron, accompanied group of drunken Indians. Indians raid Ostimuri; Rio Chico soldiers kill 5 of them, Taraumaras kill 3 more. Apaches take 90 horses from Visani. Altar soldiers kill 1 Seri, send 7 captives to Pitic. More than 100 Indians take 202 horses from Pitic. Friendly Pimas urged to fight Apaches; 27 Apaches are killed. Oliba and 60 soldiers patrol Cerro Prieto. Enemy Indians move away from Nopalera looking for water and cactus fruits. Urrea, Cancio and Elizondo ordered to strike rebel Indians from 3 different places. Indians steal horses from Guaymas. Fronteras' soldiers attack Indian in Cara Pintada, recovering 43 horses. Apaches attack soldiers in Saracachi, killing 1 black person, and take horses. Pineda informs Croix of priest's arrival from Querataro; he will provide horses and food. pertrechos de guerra and soldiers arrive at Guaymas. Pineda informs Croix of need for food, clothes, arms, and salaries for himself and soldiers. Merchants in Mexico refuse to send things unless they receive partial payment. (J. Tapia, July, 1987).
Persons
Olibas, Juan Maria (Teniente)
Elizondo, Domingo (Teniente)
Anza, Juan Baptista (Capitan)
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Croix, Carlos Francisco de (Virrey)
Corbalan, Pedro (Comisario)
Leron, Ignacio
Bergoza, Juan Joseph (Capitan)
Vildosola, Joseph Antonio (Capitan)
Meave, Ambrosio de
Calderon Gonzalez, Jose
Cancio, Lorenzo (Capitan)
Palomino, Joseph (Padre)
Places
Nopalera (Cajon)
Buenavista (Presidio)
Pitic (Presidio)
Zerro Prieto
Abispas (Paraje)
Cosari (Cajon)
Conejos (Cajon)
Pitic (Rio)
Guaimas, San Antonio de
Bacun (Pueblo)
Bayoreca
Hiaqui (Rio)
Durango
Oshmuri (Provincia)
Guisamopa del Pilar (Rincon)
Taraumara (Sierra)
Yecora (Pueblo)
Babaroco (Barranca)
Guadalupe (Pueblo)
Nuri (Pueblo)
Rio Chico (Pueblo)
Tesopaco (Pueblo)
Bisani
Belem
Queretaro
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Zasechi (Puesto)
San Fernando
Jalisco
Lobos (Isla)
Sonora (Rio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Guirivis (Pueblo)
Piedra Lisa (Cajon)
Saracachi
Tepache
Terapa
Nacarobi
Mazatlan (Puerto)
Loreto
Cara Pintada
Altar
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Pimas
Sibubapas
Taraumaras
Apaches
Negros
Mexicanos
Military Groups
Tropa Veterana
Compania Volante
Dragones
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 047 ff. 350-394
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 047 ff. 350-394
Language
Spanish
Notes
Out of order, water stained, duplication of pages
Reference Number
4700012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Olibas
Elizondo
Anza
Pineda
Croix
Corbalan
Leron
Bergoza
Vildosola
Meave
Calderon Gonzalez
Cancio
Palomino
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-07-1768
End Date (repacked)
05-26-1768
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5534
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Padre Joseph Tarda, padre Thomas de Guadalaxara, to padre provincial Francisco Ximenez letter concerning Tarahumaras.

Serial Number
040-00216
Title
Padre Joseph Tarda, padre Thomas de Guadalaxara, to padre provincial Francisco Ximenez letter concerning Tarahumaras.
Author(s)
Tarda, Joseph (Fray)
Guadalaxara, Thomas de (Fray)
Date
02-02-1676
Documentation
N.p. February 2, 1676. Letter.
Summary
Lengthy description problems conversion Tarahumaras, including rustic lifestyle mountain Indians; resistance to christianity factions within pueblos of Papigochic, Guerucarichic; fondness for drinking bouts; Tarahumara machismo. Notes help Tarahumara governor Don Pablo, an old Christian. Describes Pueblo of Tutuaca, half-Tarahumara, half-tepehuan, and notes proximity to Sonora. Mentions efficacy rosary as defense against disease. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Basile, Jacome (Padre)
Gamboa, Juan Manuel de (Padre)
Pablo, Don (Tarahumara Gobernador)
Godino, Cornelio (Padre)
Caro, Nicolas (Capitan)
Ximenez, Francisco (Padre)
Tarda, Joseph
Guadalaxara, Thomas de (Fray)
Places
Papigochic (Papigoche)
Guerucarichic
Temaychic
Matachiqui
Santa Cruz
Yepomera
San Joachin (Mision)
Santa Anna
Napabechic
San Bernabe (Mision)
Tamachic
Tutuaca
Jesus Carichic
Paguibeta
Tahirachiqui
Tosaboreachi
Guazaparis
Yecori
Maicoba
Ostimuri
Sahuaripa (Zahuaripa)
Sinaloa
Parral
Tesorachic
Ethnic Groups
Tarahumaras
Tepehuanes
Guazaparis
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0265 pp. 0549-0576 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0026
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
1885
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Tarda
Guadalaxara
Person Last Name
Basile
Gamboa
Pablo
Godino
Caro
Ximenez
Tarda
Guadalaxara
Beginning Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-02-1676
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3830
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Padre Juan Ortiz Zapata partido de San Francisco Xavier de Satebo from relacion de los misiones que tiene la compania en...el Nueva Vizcaya, 1676.

Serial Number
040-00201
Title
Padre Juan Ortiz Zapata partido de San Francisco Xavier de Satebo from relacion de los misiones que tiene la compania en...el Nueva Vizcaya, 1676.
Author(s)
Ortiz Zapata, Juan (Fray)
Date
00-00-1676
Documentation
N.p. n.d. relacion. Transcription.
Summary
1134 inhabitants divided among various pueblos, rancherias, Spanish estancias. Tarahumaras here not as reduced as in other areas. Drunkenness still a problem. Geographical location described. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Sarmiento, Juan (Padre)
Ortiz Zapata, Juan (Fray)
Places
San Antonio (Rancheria)
San Pedro (Rio)
Las Cuevas
San Lorenzo
San Francisco Xavier de Satebo
Ethnic Groups
Tarahumaras
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0265 pp. 0644-0646 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0026
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
1892
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Sarmiento
Ortiz Zapata
Beginning Date (repacked)
1676
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3815
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Joseph de Galvez to Marques de Croix letter attacking Jesuits. Mexico, 1646-47.

Serial Number
040-00129
Title
Joseph de Galvez to Marques de Croix letter attacking Jesuits. Mexico, 1646-47.
Date
00-00-1646
Date
00-00-1647
Documentation
N.p. n.d. photostat. Transcript.
Summary
Tarahumaras 1647, causing many deaths. Describes various death scenes, miracles, etc. Occurring during plague. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Zepeda, Nicolas de (Padre)
Places
Yaqui (Hiaqui) (Rio)
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0265 pp. 0001-0110 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0026
Language
Spanish
Notes
Xerox huadabas, tarahumar sections
Batch Reference Number
1873
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Zepeda
Beginning Date (repacked)
1646
End Date (repacked)
1647
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3743
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Annua de colegio y misiones de Sinaloa, 1625-26.

Serial Number
040-00089
Title
Annua de colegio y misiones de Sinaloa, 1625-26.
Date
00-00-1625
Date
00-00-1626
Documentation
N.p. n.d. transcript.
Summary
Missionary struggles to abolish polygamy, drunkenness among Indians. Eulogy Perez, one of earliest missionaries. Mentions hunger driving Indians into mountains to search for herbs, roots. Notes Indian deaths from various diseases. Notes Jesuit attempts to preach in native languages, Indian acceptance Christian doctrine, practices. Account Hurdaide hurdaide campaign against rebellious Zoes along Rio Cinaloa. Notes success mission San Ignacio, which comprehends Rios Yaqui, Mayo, Nebome. States smallpox worst, most prevalent disease. Notes death Hurdaide. Describes fiesta honoring priests in Chinapa, with bowers, music, maiz, Pinole. Notes fertility Chinapa Valley, large harvests. Notes missionary work among varohios (Warihios) and related groups-tepozes, Guazapares, Haporas, Bayezitos, Cazosopas, Tzayeus. Mentions troubles fr. Olinano, missionary to Nebomes, encountered with various mountain Indians who used poison arrows. Mention Coupas, Hoisuaues (guasaves?), Ashaques. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Perez, Martin (Padre
Topia, Gonzalo de (Padre)
Martinez de Hurdaide, Diego (General)
Castini, Pedro (Padre)
Pascual, Julio (Padre)
Varela, Julio
Olinano, Francisco (Padre)
Vanderzipe, Pedro (Padre)
Paredes, Blas de (Padre)
Places
San Felipe de Sinaloa
Cinaloa (Rio)
Vascogil Or Vaimoa (Real de Minas)
Petatlan
Montesclaros
Mayo (Rio)
Yaqui (Rio)
Nebome (Rio)
Chinipa
San Ignacio (Mision)
Vaca
Ethnic Groups
Zoes
Yaquis
Mayos
Nebomes
Warihios
Tepozes
Guazapares
Haporas
Bayezitos
Cazosopas
Tzayeus
Coupas
Hoisuaues (Guasaves?)
Ashaques
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0262 pp. 0655-0683 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0025
Language
Spanish
Notes
Xerox
Batch Reference Number
1851
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Perez
Topia
Martinez de Hurdaide
Castini
Pascual
Varela
Olinano
Vanderzipe
Paredes
Beginning Date (repacked)
1625
End Date (repacked)
1626
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3707
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Diego Martinez de Hurdaide to padre visitador relacion concerning Indian and military affairs

Serial Number
040-00086
Title
Diego Martinez de Hurdaide to padre visitador relacion concerning Indian and military affairs
Author(s)
Martinez de Hurdaide, Diego
Date
06-12-1623
Documentation
Montesclaros. June 12, 1623. Relacion. Signed. Transcription.
Summary
Reviews recent conversion various Opata, Lower Pima groups, including Aibinos, Toapas, Matapas, Batucas, Sisibotaris, Ures, Chinipas, previous allies of Sinaloas during revolt. Notes Chinipas, Guazapares request for missionaries; Hurdaide's demand they give up drunken rituals, mugeres (polygamy?). Mentions punishment Aibinos for murder Nebome fiscal. States Nebomes Cumuripa, Tecuripa, Suaqui hunting because of shortage maize. Notes shortage missionaries caused Aibinos to take to hills, revert to gentile vices. Discusses purely Sinaloa Indian uprisings, military affairs. Describes need for Villa 30 Spaniards, 3 more forts Rios Yaqui-Mayo-Nebome area to consolidate Spanish control. Mentions arrow wound fr. Basilio received Yaqui area. Informs provincial he can't move presidio, Spanish population to Rio Mayo without royal permission. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Banderzipe, Diego (Padre)
Felipe, Diego
Sanchez de Hurdaide, Martin
Basilio, Tomas (Padre)
Castini, Pedro (Padre)
Mendez, Pedro (Padre)
Castini, Juan (Padre)
Olinano, Francisco (Padre)
Brujencio, Martin (Padre)
Grijalva, Juan de
Diaz, Alonso (Capitan)
Urdinola (Gobernador)
Perez, Andres (Padre)
Villalta, Cristobal de (Padre)
Santaren, Hernando de (Padre)
Tapia, Pedro de (Padre)
Velasco, Pedro de (Padre)
Cardenas, Lorenzo de (Padre)
Zuniga y Acevedo, Gaspar de (Conde de Monterrey)
Martinez de Hurdaide, Diego
Places
Montesclaros
Abasorin Nebomes
Cumuripa
Tecoripa
Suaqui (Zuaque)
Mayo (Rio)
Yaqui (Rio)
Cedios
Bayozeca (Sierra)
Ethnic Groups
Nebomes
Aybines
Ures
Matapas
Batucas
Xixibotares (Sisibotaris)
Chinipas
Sinaloas
Guazapares
Toatas (Toapas)
Yaquis
Mayos
Tepagues (Tepahues)
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0258 pp. 0196-0218 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Historia, Leg. 0316
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
1840
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Banderzipe
Felipe
Sanchez de Hurdaide
Basilio
Castini
Mendez
Castini
Olinano
Brujencio
Grijalva
Diaz
Urdinola
Perez
Villalta
Santaren
Tapia
Velasco
Cardenas
Zuniga y Acevedo
Martinez de Hurdaide
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-12-1623
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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