Indians (Religion-Native)

Of the mission and journey to the Indians called Tepehuanes.

Serial Number
230-00006
Title
Of the mission and journey to the Indians called Tepehuanes.
Date
00-00-1607
Documentation
Santa Cruz. 1607. 8p.
Summary
Full of ethnographic information- clothing; subsistence; marital practices; religious (sorcerers, sacrifices, idol called vuamari); use of intoxicants. Cites number of baptisms. Mentions epidemic. Notes war between Tepehuanes and Tarahumara. (R. Perez) (1977)
Places
Santa Cruz
Cuaco de Cinaloa (Rio)
San Lorenzo
San Juan Bautista
Aquilani (Valle)
Ethnic Groups
Tepehuanes
Oclotanis
Garagrenses
Tarahumaras
Bayomanes
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0259 pp. 0016-0023
Original Location
CU-BANC. C-B 0840 no. 259 Pp. 0016-0023
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4692
UAIR Filtering Fields
Beginning Date (repacked)
1607
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15984
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Narrations of missions and journeys of the Jesuits in 1607 in the kingdom of Mexico.

Serial Number
230-00005
Title
Narrations of missions and journeys of the Jesuits in 1607 in the kingdom of Mexico.
Date
00-00-1607
Documentation
Santa Cruz. 1607. 53. Letter.
Summary
The only account pertinent to the geographic area of DRSW is entitled mission and journey to the Tepehuanes. it includes a wealth of ethnographic data- clothing, food, architecture, marriage customs (pre-hispanic), religious beliefs, agriculture, and inter-tribal relations. Also information on a monolithic idol (vuamari, a pillar topped with a likeness of a human Head.) Gives number of baptisms for 1607. Discusses severe epidemic. (R. Perez) (1977)
Places
Santa Cruz
Cuaco de Sinaloa (Rio)
San Lorenzo
San Juan Baptista
Aquilane (Valle)
Carantopia
Ethnic Groups
Oclotanis (Ococlames?)
Tepehuanes
Garagrenses
Vuamarianis
Tarahumaras
Baiomanes
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0256
Original Location
CU-BANC. C-B 0840 no. 256
Language
Spanish
Notes
Photostat of original book (in German) is included in the folder.
Publication Reference
Book printed in Augsburg (1611) by Chrisostomo Dabertzhofer under the title= Dreg Newe Relationes.
Batch Reference Number
4381
UAIR Filtering Fields
Beginning Date (repacked)
1607
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15983
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Don Velasco. Resumen general de los autos sobre noticias, informes y escritos desde 1688 a 1716 sobre la necesidad de poblar la region entre Texas y la movila, etc.

Serial Number
210-00024
Title
Don Velasco. Resumen general de los autos sobre noticias, informes y escritos desde 1688 a 1716 sobre la necesidad de poblar la region entre Texas y la movila, etc.
Author(s)
Don Velasco
Date
11-30-1716
Documentation
Mexico. November 30, 1716. Copy. Photostat.
Summary
Review of colonization, missionization of Provincia de Texas from time of Alonso de Leon to 1716. Texas, Caodaches Indians described as mas politica in province, sowing many crops. Population of area estimated to be un million. Indian groups between Coahuila and the land of Texas Indians listed (See 201). Texas Indians belief in afterlife briefly described. Missionaries claimes that early soldiers set bad example for Texas Indians, mistreating them and stealing their women. Franciscan missionary efforts delineated. Texas disatisfaction with Spaniards, abandonment of missions in 1693 noted. French trade with Indians mentioned. Texas Indians had 11 pueblos, chocta (choctaw) Indians outside of Movila had 32, Nache Indians had 11. Flora, fauna, agriculture of eastern Texas described, where Indians caultibando la tierra con las quixadas de los benados. Indians live in wooden houses, sleep on raised beds and farm en Comun. Indian enemies of Texas- Apaches, Yojuanes, Cubipanes, Canas- noted. Absence of pulgue, otras bebidas, but presnece of Peyote among Texas Indians mentioned. Province continually described as very fertile. Indian use of wild fruits, walnuts, acorns noted. Lead mines near Texas Indians mentioned. Force of 60 soldiers needed for conquest, colonization of Texas, to be gathered from other presidios of Nueva Vizcaya. Apparently, fiscal doesn't think much of idea. Excellent summary of early Texas history, including Leon, Ramon entradas. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Leon, Alonso de (Capitan)
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
San Denis, Luis de (French Soldier, Explorer)
Jalou, Medar (French Explorer)
Velasco
Places
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Movila (French Settlement)
San Marcos (Rio)
San Francisco de los Texas (Mision)
Rojo (Rio)
San Juan (French Fort)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Casas Grandes (Presidio)
Paso (Presidio)
Nuevo Mexico (Presidio)
Conchos (Presidio)
Gallo (Presidio)
Pasaje (Presidio)
Cerrogordo (Presidio)
Sinaloa (Presidio)
Santa Catharina (Presidio)
San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande (Presidio)
Coahuila (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Texas
Franceses
Caodaches
Alasapas
Jacaguintes
Panchagues
Mescales
Apaches
Yojuanes
Cubipanes
Canas
Naches
Chactas
Natchitoches
Yoricas
Chomenes
Sanaques
Sanaianes
Apus
Pantalbes
Paaces
Patcales
Papanacas
Chaguanes
Payavanes
Patabos
Sanpanales
Paquachiamos
Putaays
Manicos
Gerezs
Atajals
Tilpayays
Cabias
Semomanes
Saraguames
Pulacmanes
Asaus
Toaas
Tohos
Emaus
Cabas
Sanpanasus
Apaixames
Manames
Meruanes
Nasonites
Nateaus
Yatas
Nachetoos
Natsoos
Patsanes
Paachiques
Chaguatapas
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 008 pp. 126-163
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4645
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Leon
Ramon
San Denis
Jalou
Beginning Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-30-1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15944
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Fray Antonio de San Buenaventura Olivares al virrey. Brief description of Indians of Texas.

Serial Number
210-00019
Title
Fray Antonio de San Buenaventura Olivares al virrey. Brief description of Indians of Texas.
Author(s)
San Buenaventura Olivares, Antonio de (Fray)
Date
00-00-1716
Documentation
N.p. n.d. Copy.
Summary
Brief account of Indians of provincia of Texas, of whom the Spanish have encountered 50 naciones, noting- their dress; receptiveness to Spanish language/religion; presence of valuable minerals among them; absence of ydolatria formal although hechiceros, curanderos present; hunting activities especially buffalo; production of tanned deer hides which they trade to Spaniards; absence of drunkenness among them, which Olivares notes may be due to fact that no hay Magueyes en abundancia, o porque ygnoran el modo de cultivarlos (pg.119); dances to celebrate ware victories, which often cause trouble among them; ceremonial use of Peyote que usan Por bebida del Peiotte y de otras yerbas que suelen causas turbacion en los sentidos de que procede el vervisiones, y fantasmas (pg. 119). (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
San Buenaventura Olivares, Antonio de (Fray)
Places
Texas (Provincia, Also Called Asinay)
Ethnic Groups
Texas
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 008 pp. 117-120
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4798
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
San Buenaventura Olivares
Beginning Date (repacked)
1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15939
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Fray Damian Masanet, et al. Letter requesting more soldiers to guard Franciscan missions in Texas.

Serial Number
210-00010
Title
Fray Damian Masanet, et al. Letter requesting more soldiers to guard Franciscan missions in Texas.
Author(s)
Masanet, Damian (Fray)
Date
11-03-1691
Documentation
N.p. November 3, 1691. Peticion. Copy.
Summary
Franciscans request more soldiers to guard missions in Texas, noting widespread theft of livestock perpetrated by guatsa Indians living around Bahia del Espiritu Santo. Guatsas, in rebellion against Spaniards, apparently influencing Texas Indians to do same. 8 soldiers who form mission guard lack weapons and 4 are sick. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons
Masanet, Damian (Fray) (OFM)
Teran, Domingo (Gobernador de Texas)
Places
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Texas (Provincia)
Cadodacho (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Texas
Guatsas
First Location
TXU, Tex. Hist. Ctr. Arch. S. Fran. El grande 2q248 835 v. 009 pp. 137-139
Original Location
BNM, Mexico, Arch. S. Fran. El Grande
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4800
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Masanet
Teran
Beginning Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-03-1691
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/15930
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Index and extractions from legajo 11 (1764), quadernos 1-8, containing administrative, military, and religious information regarding numerous provincias.

Serial Number
041-05657
Title
Index and extractions from legajo 11 (1764), quadernos 1-8, containing administrative, military, and religious information regarding numerous provincias.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
12-03-1763
Date
02-23-1765
Documentation
Mexico, Janos. December 3, 1763 - November 13, 1764. Indice. Original.
Summary
Index and extractions from legajo 11 (1764), quadernos 1-8, containing administrative, military, and religious information regarding provincias of Sonora, Sinaloa, Nueva Viscaya, Nuevo Santander, San Saba, Nueva Mexico, Nuevo Leon. Indexed material includes importance of presidio establishment in Buena Vista; Lentvig remitted map (not included) of Sonora and Sinaloa; hostile Apache actions; Caballada de San Xavier del Bac robbed by Indians; mines of Quiruan and of Tamaulipa; lack of water causes suspension of March; cannons and ammunition; description of Lasaga mine; aid to presidios against Cumanches and allies; naming of officials; liquor leaving jurisdiction of San Juan; case against Truxillo for Murdering Husband; request for white deer; libreta de Vita et moribus; inian idolatry; mission formation; Cumanche Indian Spy; peace, corn, cattle in Nuevo Leon. (J. Hiller, July 1989).
Persons
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Gonzalez, Juan Elias (Capitan)
Urrea, Bernardo (Capitan)
Llenes y de Malla, Buenaventura de
Lentvig, Juan
Gonzalez, Maria Rosa
Urrea, Bernardo de
Vildosola, Gabriel Antonio
Oca, Manuel Antonio
Polo, Antonio
Torija, Fernando
Quiruan, Roberto
Roxas (Sargento)
Ibanez y Lasala, Manuel
Escandon, Jose
San Juan, Manuel Antonio
Cancio, Lorenzo
Ravago, Felipe de (Lasaga, Juan Lucas de
Velarde, Luis (Soldado)
Parrilla, Diego
Rodriguez, Manuel
Martos y Navarrete, Angel
Arevalo, Pedro
Alles, Diego (Alferez)
Rivera (Alferez)
Menchaca, Luis
Velez Cachupin, Tomas
Vernal, Christoval
Truxillo, Francisca
Fuente, Pedro Jose de la (Comandante)
Bustamante, Bernardo Antonio de
Cathuya, Tomas (Indio)
Ramirez de la Piscina, Manuel
Martinez Pacheco, Rafael
Rio, Domingo del
Fernandez, Eugenio
Unzaga Ibarrola, Domingo
Velasco Carlos de
Urresti, Antonio
Ussel y Guinbarda, Ygnacio
Castillo de Aysa (Marques)
Places
Pimas, San Jose de
Buena Vista
Vigimari
Tubac (Presidio)
Boca de Guachi
Altar
Ortumiri (Provincia)
Cuquiarachi
Trinidad (Real)
Fronteras (Presidio)
San Xavier del Bac (Cavallada)
Orcasitas
Pitic (Hacienda)
Guadalaxara
Durango
Vexar, San Antonio de
Rio Grande del Norte
Taumabe
Palmillas
Tula
Monclova (Presidio)
Santa Rosa
Panzocola
Vercruz
San Saba
Saltillo
Sacramento, Santa Rosa de
Conchos (Presidio)
Santa Cruz (Villa)
San Fernando (Valle)
Ahumada (Presidio)
San Agustin (Presidio)
Lampazos, Punta de
Cadereyta
Rio Blanco
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Cumanches
Thehuacanas
Assinais
Adaes
Military Groups
Sacramento, Compania de Santa Rosa de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 254 ff. 254-275
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 254 ff. 254-275
Language
Spanish
Notes
Appears as part of expediente 11 in indice del ramo.
Reference Number
25400018
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Pineda
Gonzalez
Urrea
Llenes y de Malla
Lentvig
Gonzalez
Urrea
Vildosola
Oca
Polo
Torija
Quiruan
Roxas
Ibanez y Lasala
Escandon
San Juan
Cancio
Ravago
Velarde
Parrilla
Rodriguez
Martos y Navarrete
Arevalo
Alles
Rivera
Menchaca
Velez Cachupin
Vernal
Truxillo
Fuente
Bustamante
Cathuya
Ramirez de la Piscina
Martinez Pacheco
Rio
Fernandez
Unzaga Ibarrola
Velasco Carlos de
Urresti
Ussel y Guinbarda
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-03-1763
End Date (repacked)
02-23-1765
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12892
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Index to 33 letters and expedientes spanning years 1743-1763.

Serial Number
041-05652
Title
Index to 33 letters and expedientes spanning years 1743-1763.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
01-20-1743
Date
10-05-1767
Documentation
Janos/Mexico. January 21, 1743 - December 23, 1765. 10p. Indice. Original
Summary
Index to administrative correspondence (1743-1767) treating matters which include discussion of campaign against Apaches; transferring presidio San Xavier to jurisdiction of San Saba; mission establishment in Reyno de Leon; pearl fishery on coasts of Californias; destruction of friendly Cumanche ranch; reduction of Jaquis to San Buenaventura; means to liberate Nueva Viscaya from enemy invasions (J. Hiller, July 1989).
Persons
Ortiz Parrilla, Diego
Mendoza, Juan de
Carta, Augustin (Padre)
Vildosola, Gabriel de
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando de
Amarillas
Serratos, Antonio
Ravago, Pedro de
Cagigal de la Vega, Francisco
Pineda, Juan de (Gobernador)
Castillo (Marques)
Velez Cachupin, Tomas
Tierda de Cuervo, Joseph
Mendoza, Mateo Antonio de
Rodriguez Gallardo, Joseph (Licenciado)
Rivera, Pedro de (Brigadier)
Places
San Buenaventura (Valle)
San Angel
Texas
Coahuila
Horcasitas, San Miguel de
Loreto
Xanos (Presidio)
Baseraca, Santa Maria (Pueblo de Indios)
San Saba
San Xavier (Presidio)
Havana
Nuevo Orleans
Guadalaxara
Reyno de Leon
Taos, San Geronimo de
Seno Mexicano (Colonia)
Guemez (Villa)
Santander (Colonia)
Durango
San Felipe (Real)
Nueva Viscaya
San Antonio de Bexar
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Cumanches
Jaquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 254 ff. 185-189
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 254 ff. 185-189
Language
Spanish
Notes
Appears as part of expediente 11 in indice del ramo.
Reference Number
25400013
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ortiz Parrilla
Mendoza
Carta
Vildosola
Rivera y Moncada
Amarillas
Serratos
Ravago
Cagigal de la Vega
Pineda
Castillo
Velez Cachupin
Tierda de Cuervo
Mendoza
Rodriguez Gallardo
Rivera
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-20-1743
End Date (repacked)
10-05-1767
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12887
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Informe from fray Garcia for virrey concerning the details of the foundation of villages in Nuevo Santander by Escandon.

Serial Number
041-05515
Title
Informe from fray Garcia for virrey concerning the details of the foundation of villages in Nuevo Santander by Escandon.
Author(s)
Garcia, Joseph Joachin
Villalba y Angulo, Juan de
Galvez, Joseph de
and others
Date
01-15-1766
Date
09-29-1761
Documentation
San Fernando. January 15, 1766-September 29, 1766. 54p. Informes, letters. Signed.
Summary
Document of 23 ff. from fray Garcia to Galvez accusing Escandon of gross abuses in Nuevo Santander; he is accused of fraud, lying, ruining Indian property, allowing Indian nonacceptance of religion and ineffectively fighting rebelliousness, having not created a mission, allowing his capitans to murder Indians, allowing Hacendados to not pay diezimos, nepotism, abuse of Indian labor. He is seen as responsible for the death of fray Silva, the demolition of village, convent and church of San Antonio de Llanos, the injust treatment of Indians, the murder of innocent people and the lack of justice for the guilty in these crimes; excellent description of thoughts of gentil Indian to fray Garcia about the contradictions in religion and what they See as reality. (D. Bautista, June 1990)
Persons
Cruillas, Marques de (Virrey)
Resendi, Maria Barbara
Villalba y Angulo, Juan de
Escandon, Joseph (Coronel)
Galvez, Joseph de
Garcia, Joseph Joachin (Padre)
Escandon, Francisco (Padre)
Tellez Giron, Phelipe (Alcalde)
Zamora, Francisco de
Castillo de Aysa, Marques del
Toro (Indio)
Antonio, Juan (Indio)
Silva, Francisco Xavier (Padre)
Villanueva, Marcos (Indio)
Gonzalez, Pedro (Capitan)
Santiago (Indio)
Places
Gorda (Sierra)
Nuevo Santander
Guadalupe (Colegio)
Zacatecas
Queretaro
Llera, Santa Maria de
Rusias (Llano)
Jaumabe
Tanguanchin, Santa Barbara de
Conoas, Nuestra Senora de la Soledad de las
Tanguanchin, San Joseph de
Valles (Villa)
Poblazon (Mision)
Huasteca
Labradores (Villa)
Llanos, San Antonio de los
Mateguala
Blanco (Rio)
Santa Engracia
San Marcos
Guemes
Madre (Sierra)
Tetillas (Paraje)
Pilon (Rio)
Padilla, San Antonio de
Palmitos (Paraje)
Tamaulipa
Sauz (Arroyo)
Conchas (Rio)
Flores (Llano)
Norte (Rio)
San Juan (Rio)
Reynosa
Nueces (Rio)
Santa Dorothea (Paraje)
Coahuila
Leon
Camargo
San Miguel Archangel (Bahia)
San Juan Baptista (Mision)
San Bernardo (Mision)
Hoyos, Santo Domingo de
Igollo (Mision)
Mazipil
Aire (Cerro)
Ethnic Groups
Chichimecos
Pizones
Xananbres
Pamoz
Boca Prietas
Pintos
Olives
Pamoranes
Quedexenos
Quiniquanos
Come Crudos
Palaguegues
Cadimas
Paniaquiapemes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 248 ff. 041-068
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 248 ff. 041-068
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios numbered. This series of documents begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
24800003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Garcia
Villalba y Angulo
Galvez
Galvez
Person Last Name
Cruillas
Resendi
Villalba y Angulo
Escandon
Galvez
Garcia
Escandon
Tellez Giron
Zamora
Castillo de Aysa
Toro
Antonio
Silva
Villanueva
Gonzalez
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-15-1766
End Date (repacked)
09-29-1761
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12750
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Reports of Indian affairs at Pitic, Bacoachi ; order concerning military behavior toward peaceful Indians.

Serial Number
041-04323
Title
Reports of Indian affairs at Pitic, Bacoachi ; order concerning military behavior toward peaceful Indians.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Grimarest, Henrique de (Brigadier)
Medina, Roque de
and others
Date
10-13-1790
Date
11-19-1790
Documentation
Arispe, others. October 13 to November 19, 1790. 26p. Letters, informes, drafts. Signed, copies.
Summary
Malnourished Seri fugitives arrive at Pitic, are given rations of corn, wheat by presidio. Reference to 1784 when Seris Tepocas, Tiburones conceded peace, were given rations of wheat and land sufficient for survival, on conditions they wore clothes and ceased practicing their religion. Troop from Pitic with Seri, Pima auxiliaries meets Apache family traveling on Cienega road, attacks them. Mentions 24 Chiricahuas who concede peace at Bacoachi, September 20. Mention of 96 Seri residents in Pitic. Original copy of official order by viceroy that any soldier or auxiliary who kills or injures any Indian in reduccion or under treaty will be Charged with treason. (A. Dean, April 1989)
Persons
Medina, Roque de (Teniente Coronel)
Grimarest, Henrrique de (Brigadier)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Francisco (Capitan Seri)
Dominguez de Escovoza, Santiago de
Urrea, Ignacio (Capitan)
Saenz Rico, Joseph (Teniente Coronel)
Nava y Giron, Pedro (Brigadier)
Cordero, Antonio (Inspector)
Indiola, Juan Josse de (Teniente Coronel)
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Places
Pitic
Sonora
Arispe
Cieneguilla (Camino)
Monclova
Carrizo
Pozo de Crisanto
Cienega (Real)
Palau (Rancho)
Bacoachi
San Fernando (Villa)
Nueva Vizcaya
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Tepocas
Tiburones
Pimas
Chiricahuas
Military Groups
Carrizo, destacamento del
Pozo de Crisanto, destacamento de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 342-354
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 342-354
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered.
Reference Number
19100024
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Grimarest
Medina
Medina
Person Last Name
Medina
Grimarest
Ugarte y Loyola
Revilla Gigedo
Francisco
Dominguez de Escovoza
Urrea
Saenz Rico
Nava y Giron
Cordero
Indiola
Gasiot y Miralles
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-13-1790
End Date (repacked)
11-19-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11557
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Ugarte y Loyola reports to Revilla Gigeda on peace negotiations with Yagonxli.

Serial Number
041-04313
Title
Ugarte y Loyola reports to Revilla Gigeda on peace negotiations with Yagonxli.
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Tovar, Jose Maria
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
and others
Date
07-16-1790
Date
08-12-1790
Documentation
Janos, others. July 16 to August 12, 1790. 22p. Letters, draft. Signed, transcribed.
Summary
Compa established at Janos with small troop of Chiricahuas. Yagonxli, natanfui, other Gilenos in reduccion at Ojos Colorados near Janos. Yagonxli sincerely wants peace, but begs release of his Brother Tagaguechie from chaingang in capital before he will make treaty. Ugarte y Loyola tries to arrange it. Yagonxli, his men on work detail at Janos. Rich exalting nature, death better than humiliation. Also warrior. Letter from Compa to his Father Ugarte y Loyola, part of another page blocking most of content. Draft of letter saying bad idea to make peace with Apaches, preferable to keep trust of Comanches, other tribes who hate Apaches. Suggests capturing all Apaches, shipping adults to Havana. (A. Dean, March 1989)
Persons
Tovar, Joseph Maria de (Comandante)
Yagonxli (Capitancillo Gileno)
Jas Kie Kanecjal (A.K.A. Natanifui)(Gileno)
Natanifui (A.K.A. Jas Kie Kanecjal) (Gileno)
Compa (Capitancillo)
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Tagaguechie (Gileno)
Rivero, Joseph Maria (Alferez)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Almanza, Nicolaz (Alferez)
Niguisen
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Places
Janos (Presidio)
Mimbres
Chihuahua
Colorado (Serro)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
Manta Prieta
Nogales
Escondida (Sierra)
Carrizal
Chiricaque
Baquachic
Bavispe
Ojos Colorados (Rancheria)
Cisolo
Texas
Havana
Ethnic Groups
Chiricaguis
Apaches
Comanches
Lipanas
Natages
Lipiyanas
Military Groups
Niguisen, Quadrilla de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 249-260
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 249-260
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered. Part of some pages lost in gutter, 252 partially covered.
Reference Number
19100014
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Tovar
Gasiot y Miralles
Gasiot y Miralles
Person Last Name
Tovar
Yagonxli
Jas Kie Kanecjal
Natanifui
Compa
Cordero
Tagaguechie
Rivero
Ugarte y Loyola
Revilla Gigedo
Almanza
Niguisen
Gasiot y Miralles
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-16-1790
End Date (repacked)
08-12-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11547
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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