Indians (Intertribal Relations)

Narciso Tapia al senor comandante de la primera division (2/11/1778); copy of Muniz' reply (2/14/1778). Documents concerning Apache peace proposals, prisoner exchange.

Serial Number
300-00111
Title
Narciso Tapia al senor comandante de la primera division (2/11/1778); copy of Muniz' reply (2/14/1778). Documents concerning Apache peace proposals, prisoner exchange.
Author(s)
Tapia, Narciso
Date
02-11-1778
Date
02-14-1778
Documentation
Janos; carrizal. February 11-14, 1778. 7p. Letter. Original. Copy. Signed.
Summary
In first letter, Tapia informs comandante he sought help of Opatas in peace negotiations with Apaches and that 30 Sumas arrived but he was unable to outfit them because of shortage of equipment. In second letter, Tapia says Chiricahuas won't negotiate for peace, or release captive soldier Felix Guerra, until Spaniards release Apache prisoners in Chihuahua, especially those held by teniente Ortega in Gallego. Muniz (2/14/1778) warns Tapia that Gileno talk about recalcitrant Chiricahuas may be a ploy, that Indians, especially Comanches, often blame their misdeeds on other tribes. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Ortega, Vicente (Teniente)
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Muniz, Narciso (Capitan de Carrizal Presidio)
Nataneju (Apache Capitan)
Pachateju (Apache Capitan)
Surdo (Apache Capitan, El)
Guerra, Felix (Captive Spanish Soldier)
Places
Sonora (Provincia)
Gallego
Enzinillas
Chihuahua
Ethnic Groups
Mimbrenos
Gilenos
Opatas
Sumas
Comanches
Apaches Chiricahuas
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 233-239
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 233-239
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4551
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ortega
Tapia
Muniz
Nataneju
Pachateju
Surdo
Guerra
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-11-1778
End Date (repacked)
02-14-1778
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/952
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Narciso Tapia; Narciso Muniz' reply. Exchange of prisoners between Apaches, Spaniards.

Serial Number
300-00106
Title
Narciso Tapia; Narciso Muniz' reply. Exchange of prisoners between Apaches, Spaniards.
Author(s)
Tapia, Narciso
Date
01-19-1778
Date
02-18-1778
Documentation
Janos. January 19-28-February 18, 1778. 8p. Relacion. Original. Signed.
Summary
Spaniards exchange 3 Apache girls taken on campaign in Sierra Florida for 2 Spanish boys, 1 mulato Boy taken by Apaches in Valle de San Buenaventura, Santa Cruz de Tapacolmas at Malpais. Tapia commands Apaches to help him look for missing soldier Felix guerra. In earlier letter (January 17, 1778), pp.221-223, Tapia notes Apaches' wish to delay prisoner exchange until end of Mescal harvest, request for Apache girls currently in households of Crespo, O'Conor. Apaches reassure him they are enemies of recalcitrant chiricahuis. additional documents concerning prisoner exchange. Tapia's letter (February 18, 1778; pp. 255-56), and Muniz' replys (January 19, 1778, pp.253-54), and (February 26, 1778; pp. 257). (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Peru, Juan Bautista (Capitan de Janos Presidio)
Ribera, Thadeo de (Alferez de Primera Compania de la Expedicion)
Miranda, Juan de (Teniente de Milizias del Pueblo del Paso)
Nataneju (Apache Capitan)
Pachatiju (Pacheteju) (Apache Capitan)
Surdo (Apache Capitan, El)
Guerra, Felix (Missing Soldier)
O'Conor, Hugo (Comandante Inspector)
Crespo, Francisco Antonio (Cepellan del Governador de Sonora)
Places
Malpais (Puerto)
Janos (Presidio)
El Paso (Pueblo)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
Florida (Sierra)
Santa Cruz de Tapacolmas
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Chiricahuis (Chiricahuas)
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 215-216; 221-223; 253-257
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 215-216 221-223; 253-257
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4549
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Tapia
Peru
Ribera
Miranda
Nataneju
Pachatiju
Surdo
Guerra
O'Conor
Crespo
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-19-1778
End Date (repacked)
02-18-1778
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/947
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Joseph Antonio de Arrieta a Narciso Muniz; Muniz' replies. Cartas escriptas por el theniente de gobernador del Paso, al capitan don Narciso Muniz. Sobre pazes.

Serial Number
300-00105
Title
Joseph Antonio de Arrieta a Narciso Muniz; Muniz' replies. Cartas escriptas por el theniente de gobernador del Paso, al capitan don Narciso Muniz. Sobre pazes.
Author(s)
Arrieta, Joseph Antonio de
Date
01-17-1778
Date
02-27-1778
Documentation
El Paso del Rio del Norte. January 17-February 27, 1778. 40p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Series of letters between Arrieta, Muniz and Noriega concerning Apache peace proposals in El Paso. Apaches claim pressure, murder of their leaders at hands of Comanches, but Spaniards fear treachery. Apaches from Sierra Sacramento, Hueco selling firewood to El Paso residents in return for maiz, saying Comanches defeated them at Paraje de San Mateo. Apaches under Chajalote seek permission to settle near El Paso. Salineros ask for peace from capitan Tobar. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Muniz, Narciso (Capitan de Carrizal Presidio)
Arrieta, Josef Antonio de (Teniente del Paso)
Garcia, Juan Antonio (Alferez Miliciano)
Apodaca, Domingo (Indian Apostate)
Garcia Noriega, Joseph
Rubio, Joseph (Comandante Inspector)
Chajalote (Apache Capitan)
Jose Maria (Indian Capitan)
Tobar, Antonio (Capitan)
Places
El Paso (Pueblo)
Janos (Presidio)
Chihuahua (Villa)
San Eleceario (Presidio)
Sacramento (Sierra)
Hueco (Sierra)
Blanca (Sierra)
San Mateo (Paraje)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Gilenos
Comanches
Chajalotes
Salineros
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 05 pp. 327-367
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 05 pp. 327-367
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4555
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Muniz
Arrieta
Garcia
Apodaca
Garcia Noriega
Rubio
Chajalote
Jose Maria
Tobar
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-17-1778
End Date (repacked)
02-27-1778
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/946
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Narciso Tapia a Narciso Muniz. Letter concerning Apache truce.

Serial Number
300-00101
Title
Narciso Tapia a Narciso Muniz. Letter concerning Apache truce.
Author(s)
Tapia, Narciso
Date
12-23-1777
Documentation
Janos. December 23, 1777. 3p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
One old Apache sent by Apache leader pataneju, 2 Apaches selling Mescal associated with Apache leader el Surdo, reiterate Apache desire for peace and state el Surdo himself traveling thru Apacheria, visiting inhabitants of Sierras Hacha, Florida, Mimbres, Cobre, Blanca, and Rio del Paso del Norte arguing for end to hostilities. el Surdo however can't assure truce between Spaniards, yndios chiricahuo (Chiricahua Apaches), because Chiricahuas Surdo's enemigos declarados. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Muniz, Narciso (Capitan del Carrizal Presidio)
Surdo (Apache Capitan, El)
Pachateju (Apache Capitan)
Places
Janos (Presidio)
Hacha (Acha) (Sierra)
Florida (Sierra)
Mimbres (Sierra)
Cobre (Sierra)
Blanca (Sierra)
Paso del Norte (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Chiricahuoz (Chiricahuas)
Apaches
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 197-199
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 197-199
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4544
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Tapia
Muniz
Surdo
Beginning Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-23-1777
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/942
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Pedro Corbalan. Instruction de don Pedro Corbalan sobre el modo de hacer la expedicion de Sonora.

Serial Number
300-00068
Title
Pedro Corbalan. Instruction de don Pedro Corbalan sobre el modo de hacer la expedicion de Sonora.
Author(s)
Corbalan, Pedro
Date
04-22-1766
Documentation
Mexico. April 22, 1766. 20p. Instruccion. Original.
Summary
Concerns proposed expedition to Cerro Prieto to attack Seri, Pima rebels there. Corbalan describes Cerro Prieto, noting its rugged terrain, and many thickets (malezas) impeding movement. States Seris, Pimas live in canyons there. Vividly describes hardships such a military campaign would entail, especially for european soldiers unaccustomed to desert. Indian guerrilla tactics. Notes need for 200 soldiers- 100 dragones, 100 Infanteria, 300 Opata auxiliaries, 200 Yaqui auxiliaries. Opatas called muy fiel, and los mejores Guerreros despues de los Jovas. Yaquis to serve primarily as laborers. Feels 150 soldiers can be secured from six Sonora presidios, especially those of Altar, Buenavista and San Miguel, since Fronteras, Tubac, Terrenate have to guard against Apache. Total expedition to consist of 1050 men- 550 Spaniards (200 infantry, the rest cavalry, including 200 Milicianos), 300 Indian auxiliaries. Soldiers cautioned to treat Indian auxiliaries well. 200 men to be sent in Canoas to Tiburon to cut off rebel retreat, rest of troops to surround, penetrate Cerro Prieto. Discusses procurement of food supplies, other necessities. Describes problem of finding enough ships to bring troops from Matanchel, Acapulco to Guaymas. States pearl boats may be used, but no saber con puntualidad el numero de los sugetos que hacen Este trafico. describes benefits- both material, spiritual, to be gained from Seri, Pima reduccion. Excellent overview of preparations for military campaign. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Corbalan, Pedro
Places
Cerro Prieto
Guaymas (Puerto)
Pitic
California (Golfo)
Opam-Guaymas (Real de Minas)
San Joseph de Guaymas (Mision, Despoblada)
Colorado (Rio)
Matanchel
Guadalajara
Acapulco
Hiaqui (Yaqui) (Rio)
Grande (Rio)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Fronteras (Presidio)
Altar (Presidio)
San Miguel de Horcasitas (Presidio)
Buenavista (Presidio)
Tiburon (Isla)
Ostimuri (Provincia)
Sonora (Provincia)
Gila (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Pimas
Opatas
Jovas
Yaquis
Apaches
Papagos
Moquis
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Wbs no. 1737 pp. 001-020
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Wbs no. 1737 pp. 001-020
Language
Spanish
Notes
Document damaged, illegible in places.
Batch Reference Number
4619
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Corbalan
Beginning Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-22-1766
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/909
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Joseph Garcia de noriega. Diligencia de matrimonio between opata, jano Indian.

Serial Number
300-00061
Title
Joseph Garcia de noriega. Diligencia de matrimonio between opata, jano Indian.
Author(s)
Mara, Nicolas de (Opata Vecino of Janos Presidio)
Date
10-28-1754
Documentation
San Phelipe y Santiago de Janos. October 28, 1754. 4p. Original. Signed.
Summary
Diligencia de matrimonio concerning Nicolas de Mara, Opata Vecino of Janos presidio, born in Huachinera who wants to marry Maria, a Jano Indian. Noriega unable to find any reason the two shouldn't be married. Mara, incidentally, is literate. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Mara, Nicolas de (Opata Vecino of Janos Presidio)
Garcia de Noriega, Joseph (Teniente de Cura)
Places
San Phelipe y Santiago de Janos (Presidio)
Huachinera (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Opatas
Janos
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 001 sec. 01 pp. 227-230
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 001 Sec. 01 pp. 227-230
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4492
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Mara
Garcia de Noriega
Beginning Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-28-1754
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/902
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Padre Lorenzo Joseph Garcia al padre provincial Matheo Ansaldo. 2 letters from Garcia concerning Yaqui revolt.

Serial Number
300-00052
Title
Padre Lorenzo Joseph Garcia al padre provincial Matheo Ansaldo. 2 letters from Garcia concerning Yaqui revolt.
Author(s)
Garcia, Lorenzo Joseph (Padre)
Date
07-14-1741
Date
04-30-1742
Documentation
Torim. July 14, 1741-April 30, 1742. 22p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
First letter (7/14/1741) a lengthy diatribe concerning Yaqui revolt, including- 1) perfidy/imprisonment of 2 Yaqui leaders of rebellion, Muni and Bernabe, from Rahum, Huirivis, at Buenavista presidio; use of Peyote by Yaqui hechiceros; severe criticism of Huidobro; execution of Muni, Bernabe at Buenavista June 23, 1741; rebellion led by Juan Calixto Ayamea, also from Rahum; peace prevailing presently at Garcia's own Pueblo of Torim. Eloquent presentation of Spanish view of rebellion. Second letter (4/30/1742) describes campaign of teniente Canas, 12 soldiers against rebel group of Mayos, Yaquis and Pimas led by Siboli in which Canas, another soldier died; ultimate destruction of Siboli's band, more criticism of Huidobro for his arbitrary dispensation of justice; praises sizeable number of Yaquis who remained faithful to Spaniards, blames Huidobro for rise of los Munis, los Bernabes, los Calixtos. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Usacamea Muni, Juan Ignacio (Yaqui Leader)
Basoritemea, Bernabe Phelippe (Yaqui Leader)
Vildosola, Augustin de (Gobernador de Sinaloa)
Baheca, Hipolito (Yaqui Ally of Spaniards From Torim)
Bernal, Manuel
Huidobro (Former Sinaloa Gobernador)
Calixto Ayamea, Jaun (Yaqui Rebel Leader)
Ximenes de Canas, Pedro (Teniente)
Siboli (Indian Rebel Leader)
Aquibuamea, Luis (Yaqui Rebel Leader)
Garcia, Lorenzo Joseph (Sj)
Ansaldo, Matheo (Provincial, Sj)
Places
Cocorit (Pueblo)
Torim (Pueblo)
Buenavista (Presidio)
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Baroyeca (Real)
Rahum (Pueblo)
Huirivis (Pueblo)
Vicam (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Yaquis
Pimas
Opatas
Mayos
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Wbs no. 0902 pp. 059-072; 077-084
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Wbs no. 0902 pp. 059-072; 077-084
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4598
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Usacamea Muni
Basoritemea
Vildosola
Baheca
Bernal
Huidobro
Calixto Ayamea
Ximenes de Canas
Siboli
Aquibuamea
Garcia
Ansaldo
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-14-1741
End Date (repacked)
04-30-1742
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/893
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Padre Juan Antonio de Arce al padre visitador general Joseph Xavier de Molina. Letter concerning effects of Yaqui revolt in Ostimuri, pimeria baja.

Serial Number
300-00044
Title
Padre Juan Antonio de Arce al padre visitador general Joseph Xavier de Molina. Letter concerning effects of Yaqui revolt in Ostimuri, pimeria baja.
Author(s)
Arce, Juan Antonio de (Padre)
Date
06-30-1740
Documentation
Onavas. June 30, 1740. 8p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Concerns Yaqui rebel activity in Ostimuri, Pimeria Baja. Notes abandonment of reales of Rio Chico, Guadalupe, which rebels then sacked. Describes resistance of Pimas from Onavas to rebels, and Pima's victory over rebels, 5 of whom taken prisoner. Includes translation of 6/16/1740 letter to Arce from Yaqui rebel leader Juan Calixto, who assures Father rebels are catholics and lays blame for uprising on gobernador Huidobro, implying Yaqui resistance to imposition of Spanish civil authority. Excellent document. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Arce, Juan Antonio de (Sj)
Molina, Joseph Xavier de (Visitador General, Sj)
Maizanani, Juan (Pima Gobernador de Onavas)
Echave y Barrutia, Juan de (Teniente General de Ostimuri)
Calixto Oucebuasigua, Juan (Yaqui Rebel Leader)
Buitemea, Thomas (Yaqui Rebel, Calixto'S Alferez)
Vildosola, Agustin de (Sargento Mayor)
Mendibil, Pedro (Cura de Baroyeca)
Muni (Yaqui Rebel Leader)
Ezquier, Fernando (Yaqui Rebel)
Quintana, Antonio (Yaqui Rebel)
Delphin, Bartholome (Yaqui Rebel)
Maldonado, Juan Pedro (Teniente)
Places
Onavas (Pueblo)
San Francisco de Assis de Rio Chico (Real)
Ostimuri (Provincia)
Guadalupe (Real)
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Tonichi (Pueblo)
San Antonio de Batemaneco (Real)
Ethnic Groups
Yaquis
Pimas Bajas
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Wbs no. 0902 pp. 267-274
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Wbs no. 0902 pp. 267-274
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4614
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Arce
Molina
Maizanani
Echave y Barrutia
Calixto Oucebuasigua
Buitemea
Vildosola
Mendibil
Muni
Ezquier
Quintana
Delphin
Maldonado
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-30-1740
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/885
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Padre Joseph Xavier de Molina al padre provincial. Letter concerning Yaqui revolt.

Serial Number
300-00042
Title
Padre Joseph Xavier de Molina al padre provincial. Letter concerning Yaqui revolt.
Author(s)
Molina, Joseph Xavier de (Padre)
Date
06-23-1740
Documentation
Cucurpe. June 23, 1740. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
Describes chaos in Sonora following outbreak of Yaqui revolt, including Huidobro's flight, failure to defend province. Notes missionary efforts to keep Pima Bajos in line. Describes revolt as nothing more than cosa ridicula, y juego de indios at first, but failure of Spanish soldiers to quell it made it grow. Mentions Pima Bajo revolt in Cerro Prieto. Notes that Seris never have been subjugated, and that el placer de Perlas entre la Isla de Tyburon, y esta Costa, no Se beneficia Por miedo de los Seris. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Marciano, Luis (Padre)
Perera, Nicolas de (Padre)
Calixto, Juan (Yaqui Rebel Leader)
Molina, Joseph Xavier de (Padre)
Places
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Baroyeca
Cedros (Real)
Santa Ana (Real)
Batemareco (Real)
Arivechi (Pueblo)
Cerro Prieto
Tiburon (Isla) Ostimuri (Provincia)
Sinaloa (Provincia)
Sonora (Provincia)
Ethnic Groups
Yaquis
Mayos
Pimas Bajas
Pimas Altas
Seris
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Wbs no. 0902 pp. 097-101
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Wbs no. 0902 pp. 097-101
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4789
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Marciano
Perera
Calixto
Molina
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-23-1740
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/883
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Padre Phelipe Segesser al padre visitador general Joseph Xavier de Molina. Letter concerning Yaqui revolt in pimeria baja.

Serial Number
300-00039
Title
Padre Phelipe Segesser al padre visitador general Joseph Xavier de Molina. Letter concerning Yaqui revolt in pimeria baja.
Author(s)
Segesser, Phelipe (Padre)
Date
06-10-1740
Documentation
Tecoripa. June 10, 1740. 1p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary
States that Pimas from Buenavista, Cumuripa and Suaqui have joined Yaqui rebels. Pimas from Tecoripa resisting rebels, however. Segesser hopes Tecoripa Pimas won't fight, because they'll be overwhelmed. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Segesser, Phelipe (Sj)
Molina, Joseph Xavier de (Visitador General, Sj)
Places
Tecoripa (Pueblo)
Buenavista (Pueblo)
Cumuripa (Pueblo)
Suaqui (Pueblo)
Matape
Ethnic Groups
Yaquis
Pimas Bajas
First Location
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Wbs no. 0902 pp. 171
Original Location
TXU, Austin, Lac, Wbs no. 0902 pp. 171
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4606
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Segesser
Molina
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-10-1740
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/880
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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