Indians (Trade)

Copies of letters dealing primarily with necessity of improving defense along Texas border against threat of U.S. aggression.

Serial Number
041-04472
Title
Copies of letters dealing primarily with necessity of improving defense along Texas border against threat of U.S. aggression.
Author(s)
Salcedo, Nemesio (Comandante General)
Velasco, Francisco
Date
04-24-1809
Date
05-08-1810
Documentation
Bexar, chihuagua. April 24, 1809-May 8, 1810. 38p. Letters. Copies.
Summary
Very interesting copies of correspondence between Salcedo and Bonavia regarding defense of land bordering with U.s. And much discussion of U.s. Military potential and mention of some U.s. aggression; at core of correspondence is concern that Spanish military not powerful or well organized enough to defend north provinces against americans; discussion of fidelity of Indians shifting to americans due to corruption by merchants; much discussion of logistics, statistics, hypothetical situations; it is agreed that artilleria volante desperately needed among 154, 158, 160-163. (D. J. McClelland, may 1989)
Persons
Salcedo, Nemesio (Brigadier)(Comandante General)
Henderson, Maria Rafael (Anglo Americano)
La Rosa, Francisco
Leone, Santiago
Bonavia, Bernardo (Brigadier)
Velazco, Francisco
Trespalacios, Jose Felix
Aguirre, Felix de
Miguelena, Juan Thomas de
Valle, Manuel Antonio del
Cordero, Antonio (Coronel) (Comandante)
Salcedo, Manuel de (Teniente Coronel)
Aguirre, Felix de
Emparam, Miguel Jose de
Wilkinson (General)
Chacto
Foronda, Valentin
Lizana, Francisco Xavier de
Zoto, Marcelo
Herrera, Simon de (Comandante)
Places
Luisiana
Natchitoches
Misuri
Colorado
Misisipi (Rio)
Nuevo Leon
Santander
Kentukey
Teneci
Ohio
Canada
Plate (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Akansas
Santa Fe
San Luis de Illinueses
Arcas
Golfo (Paraje)
Natches
Colorado (Rio)
Bayupierre
Nacogdoches
Estados Unidos
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Movila
Orleans (Territorio)
Baton Rouge
Baliza
Misisipi (Embocadura)
Barataria (Lago)
Florida
Sabinas (Nacimiento)
Atascosito
Trinidad (Villa)
Guadalupe
Bahia del Espiritu Santo (Presidio)
Matagorda (Puerta)
Viscaya
Cataluna
Veracruz
Bexar
Monterrey
Havana
Texas
Coahuila
Nueva Orleane
Ethnic Groups
Alibamones
Alivamon
Cados
Anglo-Americanos
Yngleses
Franceses
Akansas
Pananas
Chacto
Tahuayaces
Military Groups
Bahia del Espiritu Santo, destacamento del Presidio de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 201 ff. 145-164
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 201 ff. 145-164
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
20100009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Salcedo
Velasco
Person Last Name
Salcedo
Henderson
La Rosa
Leone
Bonavia
Velazco
Trespalacios
Aguirre
Miguelena
Valle
Cordero
Salcedo
Aguirre
Emparam
Wilkinson
Chacto
Foronda
Lizana
Zoto
Herrera
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-24-1809
End Date (repacked)
05-08-1810
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11706
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Documents concerning peaceful relations with Indians at El Paso, Santa Fe.

Serial Number
041-04320
Title
Documents concerning peaceful relations with Indians at El Paso, Santa Fe.
Author(s)
Uranga, Francisco Xavier de (Gobernador)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
and others
Date
07-30-1790
Date
09-15-1790
Documentation
Chihuahua, others. July 30 to September 15, 1790. 18p. Letters, drafts. Copies, signed.
Summary
Sierra Blanca, Sacramento Apaches come to El Paso to exchange work for food. Barrio, his band trade gourds, antelope, bison meat for corn and beans. Letter from Ugarte y Loyola stating orders to discourage open trade at presidios, be wary of friendly advances. In later letter (earlier on reel) he contemplates strengthening commerce away from presidio with trading post near Apache camp. Calvo acting as go between for Spanish, Apache Capitancillos. Report of good relations with Navajos, Comanches, Utes, Xicarillas. Only two thefts in north Nueva Mexico since November, by Natages. Concha has arrived at treaty with Gilenos. Draft of letter praising new peace, but outbreaks of fearing hostility now that Gilenos, their arch enemies are all allies of Spanish. (A. Dean, April 1989)
Persons
Uranga, Francisco Xavier de (Gobernador)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Barrio (Capitancillo Apache)
Calvo (Apache)
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Guerrero, Antonio (Alferez)
Places
Sacramento (Sierra)
Blanca (Sierra)
El Paso (Pueblo)
Abajo (Rio)
Chihuahua
Carrizal
Nuevo Mexico
Santa Fe
Bernalillo
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Comanches
Yutas
Navajoes
Xicarillas
Gilenos
Nathages
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 191 ff. 313-321
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 191 ff. 313-321
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered.
Reference Number
19100021
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Uranga
Ugarte y Loyola
Concha
Concha
Person Last Name
Uranga
Ugarte y Loyola
Revilla Gigedo
Barrio
Calvo
Gasiot y Miralles
Concha
Guerrero
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-30-1790
End Date (repacked)
09-15-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11554
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Series of testimonies by americans caught trading with Indians for horses in Texas.

Serial Number
041-04267
Title
Series of testimonies by americans caught trading with Indians for horses in Texas.
Author(s)
Saldana, Andres (Teniente)
Moral, Agustin del
Barrera, Francisco Bruno (Gobernador Interino)
and others
Date
11-24-1818
Date
05-13-1820
Documentation
Monterrey. November 24, 1819 - May 13, 1820. 34p. Letters, testimonios. Signed, originals.
Summary
Series of repetitive testimonies from americans, including several Negro slaves, caught in Texas herding mules and apaloosa horses to U.s. Animals were traded primarily by Comanches and Tahuacanes for beads, mirrors, cloth, tin plates, dyes, flintstones, and other gun accessories. Interrogators especially interested in information on suspected Indian alliance with rebels against Spanish. Questions nearly identical for all prisoners. (A. Tukey, October 1988)
Persons
Perez, Ygnacio (Teniente Coronel)
Rolan, Jose
Saldana, Andres de (Teniente)
Moral, Agustin del
Torres, Gabriel
Coolhoun, Alexandro
Guelche, Hilario
Long (General)
Little, Jorge B.
Texada, Ventura
Gallardo, Pedro
Barrera, Francisco Bruno de (Gobernador Interino)
Chirino, Encarnacion
Valle, Pedro del
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio de
Garza, Jose Antonio de la
Collantes, Juan Francisco (Alferez)
Luna, Claudio (Alferez)
Delgado, Manuel (Alferez)
Zapata, Jose Maria
Leon, Enriquez de
Estrada, Julio
Vivero, Adiodato (Alferez)
Rioas, Pablo
Ponce, Joaquin
Zuniga, Jacinto (Gobernador)
Aldrete, Jesus de (Teniente Comandante)
Bara, Juana
Flores, Gaspar (Alcalde)
Places
Natchitoches
Bahia (Presidio)
Galveston
San Sava (Rio)
Monterrey (Ciudad)
Adaides (Presidio)
Trinidad (Rio)
Bexar, San Antonio de
Espiritu Santo
Nacogdoches
Texas
Estados Unidos
Brazos (Rio)
Nuevo Santander
Rio Grande
Reynosa (Villa)
Nueva Orleans
Ethnic Groups
Comanches
Lipanes
Anglo-Americanos
Huecos
Conchates
Otuastecas
Tahuacanes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 187 ff. 329-347 exps. 14, 15
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 187 ff. 329-347 exps.
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18700010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Saldana
Moral
Barrera
Barrera
Person Last Name
Perez
Rolan
Saldana
Moral
Torres
Coolhoun
Guelche
Long
Little
Texada
Gallardo
Barrera
Chirino
Valle
Sotomayor
Garza
Collantes
Luna
Delgado
Zapata
Leon
Estrada
Vivero
Rioas
Ponce
Zuniga
Aldrete
Bara
Flores
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-24-1818
End Date (repacked)
05-13-1820
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11501
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Series of testimonies regarding sale of horses by Spanish subjects to U.S.

Serial Number
041-04265
Title
Series of testimonies regarding sale of horses by Spanish subjects to U.S.
Author(s)
Barrera, Francisco Bruno (Gobernador Interino)
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio
Delgado, Manuel
and others
Date
10-27-1819
Date
06-10-1820
Documentation
Monterrey. October 27, 1819 - June 10, 1820. 89p. Letters, testimonios. Signed, originals.
Summary
Series of very repetitive testimonies by Spanish subjects caught herding large number of mules and apaloosa horses, bought or stolen from Comanches and other tribes, towards U.s. territory to be sold to U.s. citizens. Many incidental, undetailed references to rebel activity. Several prisoners also caught possessing buffalo meat. Questions and reponses virtually identical for all prisoners. (A. Tukey, October 1988)
Persons
Pariente, Benito
Salinas, Pablo
Mijares, Jose Maria
Gutierres, Manuel
Barrera, Francisco Bruno (Gobernador Interino)
Arredondo, Joaquin (Comandante General)
Peres, Ygnacio (Teniente Coronel)
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio
Valle, Pedro del
Amalia, Josefa
Aguilar, Jose Dionisio
Farias, Antonio
Carbajal, Jose Antonio
Resendes, Rafael
Sosa, Manuel
Duran, Jose Maria
Losoya, Cornelio
Gutierres, Bernardo
Sambrano, Juan Manuel
Sartuche, Ygnacio
Delgado, Manuel
Montemayor, Ramon
Granado, Jose Manuel (Alcalde)
Salazar, Jose Andres
Carmona, Juan
Lao, Gervacio de
Procela, Pedro
Navarro, Jose Angel
Tarin, Vicente
Santos, Jose Miguel de los
Gongora, Ygnacio
Estrada, Julio
Duran, Jose Maria
Vivero, Adeodato (Alferez)
Cabcozoz, Pablo Agustin
Places
Estados Unidos
Nueva Leon
Monterrey
Saltillo
Argelino (Rio)
Nacogdoches
Natchitoches
Bejar
Trinidad
Nuevo Santander
Brazos (Rio)
Concepcion (Mision)
Nuevo Mexico
Colorado (Rio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Coahuila
Conchas (Arroyo)
Guadalupe (Rio)_
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Vicinampa (Pueblo)
Palafox (Pueblo)
Medina
Aguaverde
Queretaro
Atascosito
Nueces (Rio)
Gualeguas
Galveston
Parras
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Taranames
Consates
Americanos
Tahuacanos
Saritiques
Lipanes
Comanches
Military Groups
Aguaverde, Compania de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 187 ff. 275-320 exps. 10, 11, 12, 13
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 187 ff. 275-320 exps.
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18700008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Barrera
Sotomayor
Delgado
Delgado
Person Last Name
Pariente
Salinas
Mijares
Gutierres
Barrera
Arredondo
Peres
Sotomayor
Valle
Amalia
Aguilar
Farias
Carbajal
Resendes
Sosa
Duran
Losoya
Gutierres
Sambrano
Sartuche
Delgado
Montemayor
Granado
Salazar
Carmona
Lao
Procela
Navarro
Tarin
Santos
Gongora
Estrada
Duran
Vivero
Cabcozoz
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-27-1819
End Date (repacked)
06-10-1820
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11499
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Series of transcripts of interrogations of Anglo-Americans caught trespassing in Texas.

Serial Number
041-04264
Title
Series of transcripts of interrogations of Anglo-Americans caught trespassing in Texas.
Author(s)
Peres, Ygnacio (Teniente Coronel)
Arredondo, Joaquin de (Comandante General)
Barrera, Francisco Bruno (Capitan Retirado)
and others
Date
11-26-1819
Date
04-15-1820
Documentation
Trinidad, Monterrey, mier. November 26, 1819 - April 15, 1820. 140p. Letters, testimonios. Signed, originals.
Summary
Series of very repetitive transcripts of interrogations of Anglo-Americanos captured in several parts of Texas. Many confess to trading cloth, beads, dyes, and other trinkets with Indians for horses. Others hunting for bison under contract from Cook. Spanish interrogators especially interested in information concerning General Long, who is suspected of planning attack on Spanish territories from Louisiana. All captives, which include several Negro slaves, deny any connection with Long or rebel activities in Texas. Questions and responses nearly identical for all prisoners. (A. Tukey, October 1988)
Persons
Valle, Pedro del
Perez, Ygnacio (Teniente Coronel)
Long, David (General)
Barrera, Francisco Bruno (Capitan Retirado)
Arredondo, Joaquin (Comandante General)
Muro, Jose Miguel
Garza, Jose Antonio de la
Villareal, Josefa
Luna, Claudio
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio
Solibellas, Miguel (Alferez)
Gordon, Juan
Rulon, Morris
Whitehead, Martin
Bradberry, Santiago
Cutright, Juan
Moffet, James
Campbell, James Austin
Wamsley, Guillermo
Brown, Jeffery
Sims, Samuel
Kamel
Lorens, Juan
Ambreson
McGinness, Juan
Matson
Johnson
Petty, John
Smith, Marshall
Manuel, Simeon
Spencer, Tomas W.
Hail, James
Little, George B.
Finley, William
Dil, James
Dost, Jose
King, Levi
Birdsell
McDonald, James
Lets, Abraham
Mecate, Bill (Slave)
Shields, Nathaniel
Smith, Daniel
Steward, James
Calhoun, Alex
Millsap, John
Ray, John
Casteneda, Juan de
Guelche, Hilario
Alverete, Jesus
Phillips, Jose
Moran, Ricardo (Slave)
Fivi (Slave)
Breake, Miguel
Hogan, Charles
Cocham, Guillermo
Cook
Places
Brazos (Rios)
Bahia (Presidio)
Nueva Leon
Nacogdoches
Galveston (Isla)
Texas
Estados Unidos de America
Espiritu Santo (Mision)
Bexar
Trinidad (Campamento)
Monterrey
Mier (Villa)
Savinas (Rio)
Misisipi
Naches
Randolph (Distrito)
Virginea (Provincia)
Luisvil
Kintok (Provincia)
Masar (Distrito)
Bayusara
Natchitoches
Niuyorsey (Estado)
Mometh (Distrito)
Navasoto (Parage)
Carolina del Norte (Estado)
Naranja (Distrito)
Arizon (Distrito)
Taswel (Distrito)
Ylinois (Estado)
Baram (Distrito)
Ohayo (Distrito)
Connecticut (Estado)
Vermont (Estado)
Adolison (Distrito)
Jefferson (Distrito)
Tenesee (Estado)
Pendleton (Distrito)
Carolina del Sur (Estado)
Massachusetts
Guajolote (Arroyo)
Georgia (Estado)
Colorado (Rio)
Luisiana
Indiana (Estado)
Yorc (Distrito)
Pencilvania (Estado)
Nueva Orleans
Laredo
Nyw Haven
Ethnic Groups
Anglo-Americanos
Comanches
Ingleses
Chactas
Siaticks
Tenebes
Alibames
Negros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 187 ff. 201-274 exps. 7, 8, 9
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 187 ff. 201-274 exps.
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18700007
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Peres
Arredondo
Barrera
Barrera
Person Last Name
Valle
Perez
Long
Barrera
Arredondo
Muro
Garza
Villareal
Luna
Sotomayor
Solibellas
Gordon
Rulon
Whitehead
Bradberry
Cutright
Moffet
Campbell
Wamsley
Brown
Sims
Kamel
Lorens
Ambreson
McGinness
Matson
Johnson
Petty
Smith
Manuel
Spencer
Hail
Little
Finley
Dil
Dost
King
Birdsell
McDonald
Lets
Mecate
Shields
Smith
Steward
Calhoun
Millsap
Ray
Casteneda
Guelche
Alverete
Phillips
Moran
Fivi
Breake
Hogan
Cocham
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-26-1819
End Date (repacked)
04-15-1820
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11498
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Documents concerning reciprocal trade between Louisiana and Texas and on the equipping of a port on the coast of the latter.

Serial Number
041-04192
Title
Documents concerning reciprocal trade between Louisiana and Texas and on the equipping of a port on the coast of the latter.
Author(s)
Croix, Cavallero de
Mesieres, Atanasio de (Coronel)
Date
09-23-1778
Date
10-07-1779
Documentation
Chihuahua. September 23, 1778. 182p. Letters. Informes. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Concerns different jurisdictions in province of Texas, settlers, governments and enemy Indian tribes in region; contains descriptions of fertility of presidio and mission lands in region; fairly extensive information on Indian populations and lands inhabited by them; also concerns Demesieres' campaign in north and broadening of frontier boundaries encroaching further on Indian lands (Tavoayases); problem of Indian hostilities in Coahuila province addressed and its relationship with residents of Louisiana trading with hostile Indians discussed; contains letters from Demesieres to Galvez describing his trip north with detailed descriptions of lands around Colorado, Trinidad, and Brazos rivers; includes descriptions of Indian tribes of region (friendly and hostile), dress, agriculture and in particular deals with Tuacanas and Tancagues; Mesieres suggests founding settlement of Spaniards and Tlaxcaltecas as key to northern regions to open possibilities for trade and to better deal with hostile tribes (Comanches and Osages) and also to impede any further expansion of English into area. (K. Hubin, June, 1990)
Persons
Galvez, Joseph de
Croix, Cavallero de
Casafuerte, Marques de (Virrey)
Ruby, Marques de
Mesieres, Atanasio de (Coronel)
Galvez, Bernardo de (Gobernador)
Ortiz Parrilla, Diego (Coronel)
Garza, Franzisco Jose de la (Fray)
Fermina, Anttonio (Teniente)
Menchaca, Jose de (Teniente)
Ybardo, Antonio Gil (Capitan)
Trujillo, Nepomuceno
Bonillo, Antonio
Ripperda, Baron de
Salle, Roberto de la
Mocho (Indio)
Cavello, Domingo (Gobernador)
Places
Luisiana
Texas
Salinas (Rio)
Chihuahua
Nuevas Filipinas
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Canarias (Islas)
San Antonio Valero (Mision)
Concepcion (Mision)
San Joseph de Aguayo (Mision)
San Juan Capistrano (Mision)
San Francisco de la Espada (Mision)
San Antonio (Rio)
Queretaro
San Joseph (Mision)
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Canada
Espiritu Santo (Mision)
Rosario (Mision)
Nueces (Rio)
Gila (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Culebra (Isla)
Matagorda (Puerto)
Dios, Brazos de (Rio)
Tovoro (Isla)
Orcoquizas (Presidio)
Atoyaque (Rio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Pilar de Bucarely, Nuestra Senora del
Trinidad (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Natchitoches (Camino)
Nechas (Rio)
Angelinas (Rio)
Coahuila
Nuevo Santander (Colonia)
Nueva Vizcaya
Sonora
Bermejo (Rio)
Natchitoches (Presidio)
Nueva Orleans
Tortuga (Paraje)
San Teodoro (Pueblo)
San Bernardo (Pueblo)
Misiones (Rio)
Grande (Rio)
Laredo
San Sabas (Presidio)
San Luis (Rio)
San Andres (Rio)
Micissipi (Rio)
Missuris (Rio)
San Luis
Arispe
Savinas (Rio)
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de los (Mision)
Nacogdoches
San Pedro de los Navedachos
San Xavier (Rio)
San Marcos (Rio)
Santa Cruz (Fuerte)
Animas
Inglaterra
Tampico
Campeche
Adaes
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de los (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Carancaguaces
Cujanes
Cocos
Copanes
Lipanes
Orcoquizas
Lovanillos
Aix
Navidachos
Ainais
Asinais
Nacogdochitos
Aixitos
Quitseis
Osages
Cododachos
Tancagues
Tavoayases
Taguacanas
Yscanis
Ovichitas
Aovages
Panis-Nahas
Comanches
Arcanzas
Aricadas
Ayoves
Octatas
Cancer (?)
Misuris
Guazas
Apaches
Ingleses
Tuacanas
Izcanis
Xaranames
Taobayaces
Tlaxcaltecas
Aavages
Mahas
Nasones
Hinoeses
Hascaltecas
Texas
Vidais
Nadacogs (?)
Atacapas
Navcoachos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 182 ff. 128-219
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 182 ff. 128-219
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18200002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Croix
Mesieres
Person Last Name
Galvez
Croix
Casafuerte
Ruby
Mesieres
Galvez
Ortiz Parrilla
Garza
Fermina
Menchaca
Ybardo
Trujillo
Bonillo
Ripperda
Salle
Mocho
Cavello
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-23-1778
End Date (repacked)
10-07-1779
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11426
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Tejas provinces missions' diaries by Ramon and Espinosa.

Serial Number
041-04189
Title
Tejas provinces missions' diaries by Ramon and Espinosa.
Author(s)
Moro, Gerardo
Espinossa
Linares, Duque de
and others
Date
00-00-1688
Date
00-00-1716
Documentation
Mexico. June 6, 1715 - November 30, 1716 120p. Autos. Signed.
Summary
French trespassing into the Tejas provinces by San Dionis under pretext of buying livestock for Luisiana. They are believed to be looking for more land to occupy and trade with the Indians. Translation of San Dionis observations and map from San Juan presidio to Diego Ramon's at the Rio Grande cause Audiencia general to approve the establishing of missions in the Tejas provinces in order to maintain control over the Indians there. Descriptions of fertile lands and friendly Indians. Trade is to be stopped with the French. Supply lists and salary expenses for military escort for missionaries. Ramon and Espinosa travel from Saltillo to the Tejas or Asinai provinces with 75 people comprising of soldiers, missionaries and civilian men, women and children. They travel from February to April and establish 4 missions. Heads of 4 missions declare supplies needed to equip Indian nations absorbed by missions listed. (E. Wilson, March 1990)
Persons
Luna y Gorra, Pedro de
Hidalgo, Francisco (Religioso)
Linares, Duque de (Virrey)
Xalot, Medar (Frances)
Mota Cadillac, Antonio de la (Gobernador)
Ramon, Diego (Alferez)
Bernadino (Gobernador)
Urrutia (Capitan)
Galve, Conde de
Leon, Alonso de (Capitan)
San Dionis, Luis de (Frances)
Espinossa
Salinas, Gregorio de (Gobernador)
Oliban y Revolledo, Manuel de (Licenciado)
Uribe, Joseph Joachin (Licenciado)
Bracamont, Diez de (Franciscano)
Aguero, Thelisgone de (Licenciado)
Terreros y Ochoa, Antonio de (Doctor)
Pena y Flores, Francisco de la (Oydor)
Robles Lorenzana, Augustin (Oydor)
Beguellina y Sandobal, Juan de la (Oydor)
Castaneda, Diego Francisco (Oydor)
Andila, Gabriel Guerrero de (Alcalde)
Pardo de Najera, Isidro Nicolas de (Alcalde)
Abendano, Joseph Manuel de (Religioso)
Carrasco Retortillo, Antonio (Religioso)
Sabalza, Thomas de (Religioso)
Barbabosa y Varena, Pedro de (Contador)
Claberia Villa, Antonio (Thessorero)
Cotilla, Alejo Lopez de (Religioso)
Rios, Joseph Luis de los (Contador)
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de
Barvadillo, Francisco (Licenciado)
Galindo, Joseph (Cavo)
Jesus, Antonio Marjel de (Fray)
Ramon, Diego (Sargento)
Espronzeda, Antonio
Revillas, Francisco de
Garzia, Joseph
Ximenez, Domingo
Sertucha, Juan de
Baldes, Juan
Jimenez, Diego Baldes
Flores, Joseph Galindo Antonio
Flores, Bernardo Pruto Domingo
Tellez, Augustin
Sausedo, Marzial
Garcia, Joseph
El Moro
Chirino, Lazaro
Cadena, Antonio
Cadena, Joseph
Mercado, Lorenzo
Castro, Juan de
Maldonado, Manuel
Betancor, Francisco
Gonzalez, Domingo
Maldonado, Joseph (Alferez)
Botello, Lorenzo
Garzia Pedro (Sargento)
Charles, Jazinto
Toro, Joseph del
Fuerte, Joseph
Castro, Lucas de
Morales, Alejandro
Longoria, Maria
Zerda, Antonia
Bidales, Antonia
Valdes, Ana Maria Ximenez
Ximenez, Maria Antonia
San Miguel, Juana de
Sanchez, Josepha
Guerra, Ana
Medar, Juan de (Frances)(Cavo)
Larjen, Pedro (Frances)(Cavo)
Garcia, Joseph
Montemayor, Joseph de
Gonzalez, Antonio
Garcia, Sebastian
Mendoza, Valentin
Ximenez, Blas
Saez, Joseph
Rodriguez, Juan
Perez, Juan
Diego, Juan
Perez, Miguel
Perez, Cayetano
Cruz, Francisco de la
Concepcion, Juan de la (Negro)
Espinosa, Isidro Felix de (Religioso)
Sanchez, Benito (Fray)
Vergara, Gabriel de (Fray)
Castellano, Manuel (Fray)
Patron, Augustin (Fray)
San Antonio, Mathias Saenz (Fray)
Santa Maria y Mendoza, Pedro de (Fray)
San Diego, Francisco de (Fray)
Cubillos, Francisco Xavier (Fray)
Urioste, Domingo de (Donado)
Pez, Andres de
Enrriquez, Juan Barroto
Garzia de Sierra, Thoribio
Places
Tejas
Coahuila
Luisiana (Provincia)
Rojo (Rio)
Canada
San Juan (Presidio)
Movila (Presidio)
Misisipi (Rio)
Golfo Mexicano
Pontchartian (Lago)
Nachitoche
Asinay
Rio Grande (Rivera)
Palizada (Rio)
Paspaugula (Pueblo)
Bilocsi (Pueblo)
Santiago de Cretaro, Mision de la Cruz de
Trinidad (Rio)
San Marcos (Rio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Luisiana (Fuerte)
Santa Maria de Galve (Presidio)
Pensacola (Presidio)
Delfina (Isla)
Veracruz
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de
Estremadura (Nueva)
Viscaia (Nueva)
Mexica (Nueva)
Leones (Boca)
Padua, San Antonio de (Mision)
San Luis Potosi
Cuiocan
Saltillo
Sacatecas, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
San Bernardo (Mision)
San Francisco (Mision)
Purisima Concepcion (Mision)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Mision)
San Joseph (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Asinays
Naberachos
Nacaos
Namides
Nacodoches
Aenays
Nadacocos
Nasonys
Nacitos
Nachoos
Cadojodachos
Naches
Tejas
Nachitochis
Naponis
Naconos
Naichas
Panpoas
Apaches
Caodachos Nabeitdachos
Nacachao
Naxitbos
Payayas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 361-420
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 361-420
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 370 list of audiencia general in 1715 Mexico City, duplicates ff. 375 and 382, supply lists from ff. 376 - 381, settlers and escorts with d. Ramon listed ff. 393, Ramon diary ff. 389 - 401, Espinosa diary ff. 406 - 411
Reference Number
18100009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Moro
Espinossa
Linares
Linares
Linares
Person Last Name
Luna y Gorra
Hidalgo
Linares
Xalot
Mota Cadillac
Ramon
Bernadino
Urrutia
Galve
Leon
San Dionis
Espinossa
Salinas
Oliban y Revolledo
Uribe
Bracamont
Aguero
Terreros y Ochoa
Pena y Flores
Robles Lorenzana
Beguellina y Sandobal
Castaneda
Andila
Pardo de Najera
Abendano
Carrasco Retortillo
Sabalza
Barbabosa y Varena
Claberia Villa
Cotilla
Rios
Ramon
Miranda
Barvadillo
Galindo
Jesus
Ramon
Espronzeda
Revillas
Garzia
Ximenez
Sertucha
Baldes
Jimenez
Flores
Flores
Tellez
Sausedo
Garcia
El Moro
Chirino
Cadena
Cadena
Mercado
Castro
Maldonado
Betancor
Gonzalez
Maldonado
Botello
Garzia Pedro
Charles
Toro
Fuerte
Castro
Morales
Longoria
Zerda
Bidales
Valdes
Ximenez
San Miguel
Sanchez
Guerra
Medar
Larjen
Garcia
Montemayor
Gonzalez
Garcia
Mendoza
Ximenez
Saez
Rodriguez
Perez
Diego
Perez
Perez
Cruz
Concepcion
Espinosa
Sanchez
Vergara
Castellano
Patron
San Antonio
Santa Maria y Mendoza
San Diego
Cubillos
Urioste
Pez
Enrriquez
Garzia de Sierra
Beginning Date (repacked)
1688
End Date (repacked)
1716
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Apache attack on San Antonio presidio and French spies.

Serial Number
041-04188
Title
Apache attack on San Antonio presidio and French spies.
Author(s)
Flores Ybarra, Nicolas
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Huydobro y Sarabea, Antonio Ruiz de
and others
Date
02-00-1723
Date
08-17-1729
Documentation
San Antonio. April 8, 1723 - February 22, 1724. 46p. Autos. Signed.
Summary
Apache Indian attack during the night raids and steals horses from San Antonio corrals. 80 horses are stolen. Flores follows them all night only to return in the morning to gather men and Indians for a search group. After 2 months horses and Indians are found. In the ensuing capture, enemy Indians are killed and taken hostage with their women, children and supplies. One Indian captive claims they stole horses for other Spaniards with whom they have 'cambalache' or trade. Peace is offered to them if all chiefs involved will return to the camp within 20-days. Beginning at ff. 352 three French deserters are seeking passports to Veracruz via Bahia del Espiritu Santo, they are Rosel, Barroi and Martin. Garza Falcon disbelieves their claim and considers them spies for the French. They are given an escort to be brought to justice. The French are known for having strong influence over the Indians and consider the Cumanches, Canzeres, Pananas and Apaches as theirs. Flores endorses Ramon for position of captain of San Antonio presidio due to his campaigns in the Tejas provinces. Trade could be increased with improved relations with the Indians. (E. Wilson, March 1990)
Persons
Aguaio, Marques de San Miguel
Munoz, Xavier
Gonzalez, Joseph (Fray)
Flores Ybarra, Nicolas
Perez de Almazan, Fernando (Gobernador)
Rosel, Pedro (Frances) (Alferez)
Thartin, Francisco (Alferez)(Flamenco)
Martinez, Gregorio
Ramon, Domingo (Capitan)
Ximenes y Baldes
Garza Falcon, Blas de la (Gobernador)
Barroi, Pedro (Frances)
Aguirre, Joseph (Capitan)(Justicia Mayor)
Huydobro y Sarabea, Antonio Ruiz de
Anda, Joseph Antonio de
Escover y Bracamonte, Francisco de
Soria y Quinones, Bentura Francisco Jaque (Teniente)
Cantara, Christobal del
Aguila Palomar, Joseph de
Mejia y Mena, Thomas Antonio de
Soran y Vittoria, Bernabe Antonio (Teniente)
Ochoa Arin y Ezeiza, Lorenzo Antonio (Capitan)
Lava, Francisco Domingo de (Alcalde)
Miapimi (Capitan)(Indio)
Casafuerte, Marques de
San Dionis, Luis (Capitan) (Frances)
Valero, Marques de
Pita, Joseph (Fray)
Molinillo, Francisco
Places
Colorado (Rio)
San Antonio (Presidio)
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
Tejas
Luisiana
Nueva Orleans
Flandes
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio)
Veracruz (Puerto)
Adais, Nuestra Senora del Pilar de los (Presidio)
Coaguila
Saltillo
San Luis Potosi
San Francisco (Valle)
Paz, San Luis de la (Pueblo)
Queretaro (Ciudad)
Rio, San Juan del (Pueblo)
Guchiapas
Tilotepec
Tacuba
Nuevo Mexico
Francia
Vizcaya
Parras (Colegio)
Mazapil
Coautitlan
Rio Grande del Norte (Presidio)
Movila
Nachitos
Durango
Nadadores (Mision)
Coaguila (Real)
Patos
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de
Bonanza
Paris
Anaelo
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Caudodachos
Tlaxcalteco
Franceses
Ingleses
Flamencos
Canzerez
Pananas
Cumanches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 338-360
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 338-360
Language
Spanish
Notes
Duplicates ff. 350, 356, 357, 359, investigation of the French spies continues in Vol. 181.iii.
Reference Number
18100008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Flores Ybarra
Ramon
Huydobro y Sarabea
Huydobro y Sarabea
Person Last Name
Aguaio
Munoz
Gonzalez
Flores Ybarra
Perez de Almazan
Rosel
Thartin
Martinez
Ramon
Ximenes y Baldes
Garza Falcon
Barroi
Aguirre
Huydobro y Sarabea
Anda
Escover y Bracamonte
Soria y Quinones
Cantara
Aguila Palomar
Mejia y Mena
Soran y Vittoria
Ochoa Arin y Ezeiza
Lava
Miapimi
Casafuerte
San Dionis
Valero
Pita
Molinillo
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
1723
End Date (repacked)
08-17-1729
Type
Text
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French trespassing into Spanish territory, part iv

Serial Number
041-04185
Title
French trespassing into Spanish territory, part iv
Author(s)
Valcarcel y Formento, Domingo
Echavarri, Francisco Antonio de
Andreu y Ferras, Antonio and others.
Date
00-00-1721
Date
00-00-1754
Documentation
Mexico. San Xavier presidio. September 25, 1753 - March 4, 1754. 120p. Autos. Originals. Signed.
Summary
Begins with review of previous testimonies and conclusions drawn. All witnesses believe Colorado River to be the boundary between the two territories. Barrio believes Misisipi (Sic) River to be boundary. Testimonies are considered hearsay and not conclusive. Governor of Texas deems necessary to establish boundary between territories and move French presidios from la Isleta to Nachitos. Questions discussed; engineer to survey boundaries, squadron of 20 soldiers and one official to observe the French, wine and aguardiente trade with French, 36 French companies each of 50 men and 100 swiss men, slaves fleeing French masters, Frenchman San Denis bestowing titles of rank on Indians in Spanish territory, French lenguarazes in Spanish territory. French are described as machinaciones, wanting to trade with anyone and that the only way to control them is by populating presidios with more Spaniards. Ff. 253 - 264 junta de guerra y hacienda discusses same as aforementioned including; one-third advance on pay to soldiers; governor of Texas to determine amount of land usurped by French, names of French towns and presidios established on Spanish territory. All witnesses believe the French occupied lands from 1734 - 36, no new towns have been built, French trade gunpowder, clothing, etc.., with Indians in Texas. Many Indian tribes ally with the Texas Indians and the French. These same Indians consider the Spanish the enemy. Ff. 264 - 275 junta de guerra y hacienda discuss and resolve the following eight points. The governor of Texas should inform commander of Nachitos to return to his Side of the Colorado River, the boundary. The governor will not be sent engineers to map and restore usurped land. A twenty-man squadron with one official will not be sent to the San Pedro River to observe the French. No decision yet as to whether the Texas squadron will be reinforced as the Nueva Veracruz squadron, only a break in relations could decide that. Wine and aguardiente trade with the French desired due to the cold winters is prohibited. Decree proclaiming black French slaves free is prohibited as provocation of the French. Spanish Indians in Texas are not prohibited to trade with the French as the Spanish want to keep the Indians happy and possibly sway the Indians to trade with the Spanish. The second part of this point decides to prohibit the French from bestowing titles of rank on Spanish Indians. The final point permits the French lenguarases to remain in Spanish territory so as not to provoke the French. (E. Wilson, January 90)
Persons
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor)
Boneo, Justo (Gobernador)
Enzenada, Marques de la
Conquista, Duque de la (Virrey)
Fonclara, Conde de (Virrey)
Sandoval, Manuel (Capitan) (Gobernador)
San Denis, Luis de (Frances)
Villavicencio, Pedro Malo de (Doctor)(Auditor)
Aguayo, Marques de San Miguel de
Codallos y Rabal, Joseph (Doctor)(Frances)
Pierre (Monsiur)
Orovio Basterra, Prudencia (Gobernador)
Olivan, Juan de (Auditor General)
Calahorra, Joseph (Padre Fray)
Busillos, Juan Antonio
Soto Bermudez, Antonio de (Teniente)
Flor, la (French) (Gobernador)
Rivera, Pedro de (Mariscal de Campo)
Blans, Cesar de (Comandante)
Ravago y Teran, Phelipe (Capitan)
Mallet, Pedro (Frances)
Guemes y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Echavarri, Francisco Antonio de
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo
Andreu y Ferras, Antonio
Barroeta, Juan Chrisostomo de (Regente)
Valparaiso, Conde de Matheo de (Contador)
Cortillas, Joachin de (Contador)
Mella y Vusa, Alonzo de (Contador)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de (Oficial)
Diaz de Zelis, Joseph (Oficial)
Somosa y Torres, Pedro Maria (Oficial)
Rodriguez Gallardo, Joseph Raphael (Contador)
Urdanegui y Lujan, Juan de (Contador)
Orobio Vasterra, Prudencio de (Gobernador)
San Denis, Luis de (Alferez)(Hijo)
Vallejo (Fray)
Olivan, Juan de (Auditor)
Places
Aranjuez
Nachitos, San Juan Bauptista (Presidio)
Rojo (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Francia
Adaes (Presidio)
Tejas
Gran Montana
Arroyo Hondo
Mexico, Santa Iglesia Metropolitana de
Buen Retiro
Santa Rosa (Isla)
Misisipi (Rio)
Nueva Orleans
Luciana
Isleta (Presidio)
Nacodoches (Mision)
San Pedro (Rio)
Trinidad (Rio)
San Antonio (Rio)
Vejar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Veracruz (Puerto)(Presidio)
Havana
Nuevo Mexico
San Xavier (Presidio)
Taos (Pueblo)
Caudacho (Pueblo)
Puente Cupe
Arinais (Provincia)
Trinidad (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Nazones
Nadotes
Navidachos
Teguacanas
Azinaiz
Nachies
Zuizos
Ingleses
Apaches
Cumanches
Pelones
Tebancamas
Tancangueyes
Tebancanas
Yujuanes
Chicaes
Aguajuanis
Aguajos
Tancames
Guajis
Guesos
Fusas
Exanes
Pianes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 216-275
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 216-275
Language
Spanish
Notes
Interesting and detailed reasons for decisions made, official seals on pages obscures writing, ff. 245, 274 duplicated,
Reference Number
18100005
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Author Last Name
Valcarcel y Formento
Echavarri
Andreu y Ferras
Person Last Name
Barrios y Jauregui
Altamira
Boneo
Enzenada
Conquista
Fonclara
Sandoval
San Denis
Villavicencio
Aguayo
Codallos y Rabal
Pierre
Orovio Basterra
Olivan
Calahorra
Busillos
Soto Bermudez
Flor
Rivera
Blans
Ravago y Teran
Mallet
Guemes y Horcasitas
Revilla Gigedo
Echavarri
Valcarzel y Formento
Andreu y Ferras
Barroeta
Valparaiso
Cortillas
Mella y Vusa
Miranda
Diaz de Zelis
Somosa y Torres
Rodriguez Gallardo
Urdanegui y Lujan
Orobio Vasterra
San Denis
Vallejo
Olivan
Beginning Date (repacked)
1721
End Date (repacked)
1754
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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French trespassing into Spanish territory, Part III.

Serial Number
041-04184
Title
French trespassing into Spanish territory, Part III.
Author(s)
Barrio y Jauregui, Jacinto (Gobernador)
Atorin, Juan Antonio (Teniente)
Soto Bermudez, Manuel Antonio de
and others
Date
00-00-1690
Date
28-07-1753
Documentation
Adaes. Mexico. February 17 - July 28, 1753. 106p. Autos. Declarations. Original. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Military personnel and civilians are sworn to testify in response to questions on; how they heard of the French trespassing the Colorado River into Spanish territory; when they first heard of it; how much land they believe the French have occupied; and what outposts or presidios the French may have built on said land (ff. 163 - 171). Ratifications (ff. 171 - 180). Indian interpreter relates French trade activity with the Indians. Spaniards describe black slave mistreatment by the French and consider their potential to become loyal Spanish subjects. Junta de guerra y hacienda considers weight of testimonies and action to be taken, if any (ff. 208 - 215). French crown has paid multilingual spies planted, which the Spaniards condemn. (E. Wilson, December 1989)
Persons
Barrio y Jauregui, Jacinto (Gobernador)
Guemez y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco (Virrey)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Aguayo, Marques de San Miguel de
Atorin, Juan Antonio (Teniente)
Sandoval, Manuel (Gobernador)
Gonzalez, Joseph (Teniente)
Ballejo, Francisco (Fray)
Munoz, Phelipe (Alferez Reform)
Sandeni, Luis de (Alferez)
Losoya, Manuel Antonio (Teniente)
Sierra, Phelipe de (Cavo)
Sierra, Pedro de (Alferez)
Rosales, Joseph Antonio
Santos, Christobal de
Salbador, Manuel
Granados, Pedro
Aro, Ygnasio Thomas de
Lara, Juan de
Varrera, Antonio
Barrio Junco y Espriella, Pedro (Ex-Gobernador)
Sanchez (Capitan)
Calahorra, Joseph (Fray)
Rabago y Teran, Phelipe
Baudrebil, Marques de (Frances)
Blans, Cesaro (Frances)
Morain, Juan Antonio
Diaz, Ignasio Tomas
Menchaca, Luis
Soto Bermudez, Manuel Antonio (Teniente)
Ensenada, Marques de la
Gomez, Cayetano
Ybanez, Lazaro
Places
Adaes, Nuestra Senora del Pilar de los (Presidio)
Texas (Provincia)
Nachitos
Colorado (Rio)
San Antonio
Gran Montana
Nasones
Nacodochez
Yatazi
Nadotes
San Pedro (Rio)
Nevantini
Adaes (Rio)
Zacatecas
Nachodoches (Mision)
San Xavier
Nasones, San Joseph de (Mision)
Nueva Orleans
Aranjuez
Francia
Paris
Nuevo Mexico
Veracruz (Puerto)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
Nacodoches
Nasones
Nadotes
Teguacana
Panis
Tebancanas
Tancague
Yujuan
Chicaes
Aguajuani
Aguajo
Tancames
Asinais
Guaxis
Guesos
Tusas
Enanos
Panis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 162-215
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 162-215
Language
Spanish
Notes
Binding swallows words, ff. 185 is too light to read, ff. 188 - 189 duplicated due to blurriness, ff. 178, 212 is duplicated
Reference Number
18100004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Barrio y Jauregui
Atorin
Soto Bermudez
Soto Bermudez
Person Last Name
Barrio y Jauregui
Guemez y Horcasitas
Revilla Gigedo
Aguayo
Atorin
Sandoval
Gonzalez
Ballejo
Munoz
Sandeni
Losoya
Sierra
Sierra
Rosales
Santos
Salbador
Granados
Aro
Lara
Varrera
Barrio Junco y Espriella
Sanchez
Calahorra
Rabago y Teran
Baudrebil
Blans
Morain
Diaz
Menchaca
Soto Bermudez
Ensenada
Gomez
Ybanez
Beginning Date (repacked)
1690
End Date (repacked)
28-07-1753
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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