Indians (Ornamentation)

Reports of Indian raids, ceremonies, intertribal relations.

Serial Number
041-04303
Title
Reports of Indian raids, ceremonies, intertribal relations.
Author(s)
Ruiz, Manuel
Olvera, Jose Antonio
Morotero, Jose
and others
Date
06-03-1789
Date
07-27-1789
Documentation
Ramada, San Antonio de la; others. June 3 to July 27, 1789. 32p. Informes, letters. Signed.
Summary
Report of Indians stealing mine products (exact mine and Mineral not given). Mentions Tarahumaras living in San Jose. Indication of preexisting animosity between Tarahumares and Apaches. Reports of Apaches chasing Tarahumares, Spaniards. Last document in this group describes in rich detail Apache ceromony, apparently a Rite of Passage for Young men, especially son of captain. Describes Apache dress, ornamentation, formal movements, prayers. Seems mostly objective observations. (A. Dean, March 1989)
Persons
Chinarro, Facundo
Herrera, Juan
Tomas, Juan
Cruz, Juan Jose
Morales, Alonso
Saen, Faustino
Ruiz, Manuel
Diaz de Hortega, Felipe (Gobernador)
Olvera, Jose Antonio
Morotero, Jose
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Loya, Jose Antonio
Sierra, Francisco (Capitan)
Ramirez, Manuel
Dominguez, Patricio
Diaz de Bustamante, Juan (Gobernador)
Mariano (Apache)
Places
San Geronimo
Nombre de Dios (Pueblo)
Fresnos (Canada)
Chubiscar (Partido)
Las Yrigoyenes (Rancho)
Suarez (Rancho)
Santa Isabel
San Andres
Ganta Rasa
Tapacolmes, Santa Cruz de
Carneros (Sierra)
San Pedro
San Lucas (Hacienda)
Pajarito (Aguaje)
Santa Eulalia (Real)
Tulimes
Chihuahua
Durango
Parral
Oro, San Francisco del (Real)
Tasatera (Sierra)
Corral de Piedra
Santa Barbara
Conchos
Mapimi
Cienega de los Olivos
Salto (Sierrita)
Sitio (Hacienda)
San Jose
Hondo (Arroyo)
Cienega (Valle)
Ran Pedro (Rio)
Tierrablanca (Rancho)
Ramada, San Antonio de la
Cerrogordo
Guaxoquilla
Remedios (Aguaje)
Sierra (Puerto)
Palomas (Laguna)
Barraza (Puerto)
Alamos
Nueva Vizcaya
Penasco
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Taraumares
Mozos
Military Groups
Corral de Piedra, destacamento de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 090-104
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 090-104
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered.
Reference Number
19100004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ruiz
Olvera
Morotero
Morotero
Person Last Name
Chinarro
Herrera
Tomas
Cruz
Morales
Saen
Ruiz
Diaz de Hortega
Olvera
Morotero
Flores
Loya
Sierra
Ramirez
Dominguez
Diaz de Bustamante
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-03-1789
End Date (repacked)
07-27-1789
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11537
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Reports of Indian raids in Nueva Vizcaya, Sonora, Chihuahua.

Serial Number
041-04302
Title
Reports of Indian raids in Nueva Vizcaya, Sonora, Chihuahua.
Author(s)
Olvera, Jose Antonio
Ascue de Armendariz, Pedro Manuel
Sanchez Ruiz de Leon, Juan Pedro
and others
Date
13-32-1789
Date
13-33-1789
Documentation
Durango, others. May 26, 1789 to June 30, 1789. 58p. Letters, informes. Signed.
Summary
Documents reporting Apache raids, especially against haciendas, pueblos, and small farms. Milicia convoys attempt to attack Indian camps. Each incident described in detail, recording livestock, Spaniards, and Indians captured or killed, general pattern of attacks. Several references to Tarahumaras living in pueblos, serving as military messengers, being preferentially attacked by Apaches. Description of Tarahumaras, individual Apaches. (A. Dean, March 1989)
Persons
Tapia, Manuel (Teniente General)
Griego, Jose Antonio (Sargento)
Loya, Jose Antonio
Diaz de Hortega, Felipe (Gobernador)
Saenz, Vicente (Comisario)
Saenz, Ramon
Ynojos, Julian de
Saenz, Andres
Olquen, Jose Antonio
Cargas, Francisca de
Ascue de Armendariz, Pedro Manuel
Sanchez Ruiz de Leon, Juan Pedro
Carrasco, Jose Manuel (Teniente)
Munoz, Juan Jose
Griego (Sargento)
Arian, Jose
Gonzales de Cosio, Felipe
Flores, Jose Antonio (Miliciano)
Biviereas, Francisco (Miliciano)
Juarez, Ignacio (Comandante)
Carrasco, Pablo (Alferez)
Calvo, Blas (Teniente)
Terrazas, Jose Salvador
Ruiz, Manuel
Gonzalez, Jose Maria (Alverez)
Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Sanches Tagle, Bonifacio
Villalba, Andres de (Cura)
Gutierres de San Juan, Manuel (Cura)
Pantoja, Jose
Martinez Escudero, Francisco
Servando Ramirez, Juan
Villegas, Joseph (Sargento)
Urias, Jose (Alferez)
Rivera, Jose Antonio
Boninfant de Perea, Francisco Jose
Sanchez, Joseph
Places
San Lorenzo (Pueblo)
Magistral (Sierra)
Durasno (Sierra)
Coyotillos
Santa Anna (Pueblo)
San Borsa (Pueblo)
Santa Cruz (Pueblo)
Sombreretillo
San Ignacio (Pueblo)
Guadalupe (Pueblo)
Pelayo (Rancho)
Parral
Huefotitan (Pueblo)
Nonoaba (Pueblo)
Tasafera (Sierra)
Tapa de los Sesos
Salta (Sierra)
Cienega de Olivos
San Bartolome (Valle)
Oro (Real)
San Buenaventura
Chihuahua
Cuevas (Rancho)
Plaza de Armas
San Ignacio (Hacienda)
Nacion Apache
Bocas, San Miguel de las (Puesto)
Guafuquilla
Toro, San Francisco del (Puesto)
Ramos (Hacienda)
Sarca, San Mateo (Hacienda)
Agua Nueva (Puesto)
Mexico (Ciudad)
Sanfa de la Collera (Hacienda)
Carmen (Hacienda)
San Joaquin (Canada)
Namiquipa
Las Cruces
Carrisal
Valerio, Santa Cruz de (Hacienda)
Nogales
San Felipe
Concha (Presidio)
Pilar
Sitio (Hacienda)
Cieneguilla (Rancho)
Baleaquillo (Hacienda)
Altar (Quarto)
Agua Caliente
San Juan Bautista de Encenillas (Hacienda)
Sarca, San Ysidro del (Rancho)
Nombre de Dios (Pueblo)
Zapacolmes, Santa Cruz de (Partido)
Las Tortolitas (Rumbo)
San Lucas (Hacienda)
Arispe (Aguaje)
Las Varas de San Juan (Parage)
Julian Pedro (Aguaje)
Santa Eulalia (Real)
Suarez (Rancho)
Pavellon
Fresnos (Hacienda)
Babonoyaba (Pueblo)
San Geronimo
Tulimes
Baquachic
Sonora
Coaguila
Gallo, San Pedro de
Guanacevi
Cosihuriachic
Guanasavi
Durango
Mapimi
Naycha (Hacienda)
Sape (Pueblo)
Candela (Sierra)
Santa Barbara
Cuencame
San Juan del Rio
Tierrablanca (Hacienda)
Atotonilco (Pueblo)
Cerrogrande de Corrales
San Blas (Aguaje)
Agua Pinole (Parage)
Nazas (Rio)
Yexbabuena (Real)
Sauzeda (Valle)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mozos
Taraumares
Gandules
Apaches Chiricagues
Apaches Gilenos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 060-089
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 060-089
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered, out of order. Pages 72-73 upside down.
Reference Number
19100003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Olvera
Ascue de Armendariz
Sanchez Ruiz de Leon
Sanchez Ruiz de Leon
Person Last Name
Tapia
Griego
Loya
Diaz de Hortega
Saenz
Saenz
Ynojos
Saenz
Olquen
Cargas
Ascue de Armendariz
Sanchez Ruiz de Leon
Carrasco
Munoz
Griego
Arian
Gonzales de Cosio
Flores
Biviereas
Juarez
Carrasco
Calvo
Terrazas
Ruiz
Gonzalez
Flores
Sanches Tagle
Villalba
Gutierres de San Juan
Pantoja
Martinez Escudero
Servando Ramirez
Villegas
Urias
Rivera
Boninfant de Perea
Sanchez
Beginning Date (repacked)
13-32-1789
End Date (repacked)
13-33-1789
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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Correspondence to and from Concha concerning Indian relations in Nuevo Mexico

Serial Number
041-01593
Title
Correspondence to and from Concha concerning Indian relations in Nuevo Mexico
Author(s)
Concha, Fernando de la
Troncoso, Vizente
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
11-00-1787
Date
06-20-1788
Documentation
Santa Fe/Chihuahua. April 12, 1788-June 20, 1788. 76p. Letters, informe. Copies.
Summary
Expediente, consisting of an informe written by Concha and Troncoso for Ugarte concerning peaceful relations with Indians of Comanches; detailed description of commercial interaction between Comanches and Spaniards; isolated incidents of horse raiding by Young Comanches and Parauanarimuco's actions to correct the crime; joint military expeditions against Apaches; relations between Spaniards and Yupes and Yamparicas; horse raiding between Yutas and Comanches, and Spanish role as mediators in dispute; raids against Pueblo groups by Yutas; leader of Yuta raids named Muchi and efforts of Yutas to bring Muchi to justice; relations between Spaniards and Navajos; conditions of release of Antonio el Pinto from Spanish captivity total breakdown of relations between Navajos and Apaches; reception of a Panana Indian sent to learn of Spanish customs and culture. Second part of informe is a journal of Troncoso's securing Antonio's release; visits to Navajo territory under Concha's orders to observe Navajos and assess their peaceful status; gifts of clothing and tobacco exchanged between Troncoso and Navajos; friendly attitude of Navajos; description of Navajo house structure; description of Navajo foods; discussions between Carlos, Antonio, and Troncoso of treaty between Spaniards and Navajos; commerce between Navajos and Spaniards; relations between Navajos and Apaches; discussion of religious beliefs between Troncoso and Navajos; description of Navajo clothing and ornaments. Ff. 244-249 is a Series of oficios from Concha to Ugarte concerning release of Antonio and conditions thereof, accompanied by orders from Ugarte in response to Concha's letters. (W. Copas, may 1988)
Persons
Troncoso, Vizente (Comisionado)
Concha, Fernando de la (Governador)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante-General)
Ecueracapa (General de Comanches)
Parauanarimuco (Teniente General de Comanches)
Velarde, Joseph Manuel (Interprete)
Garcia, Estevan (Teniente Miliciano)
Muguisachi (General de Yutas)
Muchi (Robo Yuta)
Pinto, Antonio El (General de Navajoes) Carlos (General de Navajoes)
Garcia, Francisco (Interprete)
Vicente (Navajo)
Joseph Antonio (Teniente General de Navajoes)
Menchero (Capitan de Navajoes)
Lovera, Francisco (Alcalde)
Places
Santa Fe
Abiquiu (Pueblo)
Santo Domingo (Pueblo)
Guadalupe, Rancheria de
Puerco (Rio)
Alamo, Parage del
Santa Ana (Pueblo)
Sia (Pueblo)
Zebolleta, Rancheria de
Cuerbo, Ojo del
Ysleta, Pueblo de La
Ethnic Groups
Cumanches
Palo, Gente del
Apaches
Yupes
Yamparicas
Apaches Xicarillas
Cibolos
Apaches Gilenos
Navajoes
Yutas
Pananas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 065 ff. 211-249 exp. 6
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 065 ff. 211-249 exp. 6
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
6500012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Concha
Troncoso
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Troncoso
Concha
Ugarte y Loyola
Ecueracapa
Parauanarimuco
Velarde
Garcia
Muguisachi
Muchi
Pinto
Garcia
Vicente
Joseph Antonio
Menchero
Lovera
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
1787
End Date (repacked)
06-20-1788
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5940
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Letters from Ugarte to various officials concerning pacification of indians

Serial Number
041-01589
Title
Letters from Ugarte to various officials concerning pacification of indians
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
06-15-1785
Date
01-04-1787
Documentation
Chihuahua. October 5, 1786-January 4, 1787. 26p. Letters. Copies signed.
Summary
Letters, accompanied by a cover sheet, from Ugarte to Anza and the marques de Sonora concerning establishment of peace with Comanches and Yutas, Ugarte's support of Anza's actions, continuing negotiations between Spaniards and Comanches, orders from Ugarte to Anza regarding policy, value of Ecueracapa's services and his salary, arrangements for the placement of Spanish officials near rancherias, ongoing negotiations in Texas providing Indians with interpreters, continuing war between Spaniards and Apaches, treatment of captive children and adults, conversion of non-christian Indians, instruction of Indians in Spanish language and customs, acculturation of Indian children, commerce with Indians, warlike nature and customs of Comanches, efforts to convince Comanches to practice agriculture, supplies of money and livestock for Indians, and description of ornamentation and appearance of Comanche men and women meeting with Ugarte. (W. Copas, April 1988)
Persons
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante-General)
Anza, Juan Bautista de (Governador de Nuevo Mexico)
Ecueracapa (Diputado General de Comanches)
Toroblanco (Capitan de Comanches)(Difunto)
Fierro, Camisa de (Capitan de Comanches)
Malla, Cota de (Capitan de Comanches)
Gasiot y Mirales, Juan
Tosacondata (Capitan de Comanches)
Encantime (Capitan de Comanches)
Oxamaquea (Capitan de Comanches)
Tomanaguea (Capitan de Comanches)
Tahuchimpia (Capitan de Comanches)
Places
Chihuahua
Pecos (Pueblo)
Napestle (Rio)
Paso, El
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Comanches
Yutas
Yamparicas
Cuchanec
Taguayaces
Yupes
Navajoes
Apaches
Apaches Gilenos
Apaches Mescaleros
Apaches Lipayanes
Apaches Nataxees
Cibolos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 065 ff. 124-137
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 065 ff. 124-137
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
6500008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Anza
Ecueracapa
Toroblanco
Fierro
Malla
Gasiot y Mirales
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-15-1785
End Date (repacked)
01-04-1787
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5936
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
General Subjects
Collections
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