Indians (Trade)

Autos concerning French trespassing onto Spanish territory, Part II.

Serial Number
041-04183
Title
Autos concerning French trespassing onto Spanish territory, Part II.
Author(s)
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor de Guerra)
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo (Oydor Subdecano)
and others
Date
00-00-1690
Date
03-10-1752
Documentation
Adais. Mexico. November 8, 1751 - October 3, 1752. 116p. Relaciones. Autos. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Reiteration of the six questions in Vol. 181 seq. B. Between 1750 and 1751 French troops and families arrived in new Orleans presumed to fortify population of Nachitos, puente Cupe and Caudachos. The Indians in the area are presumed to like the French as they are generous with guns, bullets, etc... In endless quantities. The Spanish are uneasy about the French trading with the Indians and trespassing the boundary dividing the two territories established in 1720, the Colorado River. The Spanish view the Mississippi River as a natural boundary. Past autos and documents are consulted to determine how past governors settled the question of trespassing. Sandoval is found to have permitted illegal trading between French and Indians in Spanish territory. The French should definitely abandon any presidios built within Spanish territory and return to Nachitos, talk of war with the French if they donot do so peacefully. Aguardiente and wine trade with the French is questioned. English are found to be trading with the apachilinos and the Samases on Santa Rosa Island. Ff. 146 - 147 is a relacion that orders meeting of guerra and hacienda to resolve whether; Escolta is needed on San Pedro River to observe French activities; a mapping engineer is needed to assist governor in defining boundaries; peaceful or forceful removal of French is needed; Spanish troops should be moved to Adais presidio in case of forceful removal; 1/3 advance on pay be approved for soldiers to equip themselves with rations; French aguardiente and wine be allowed in moderation due to extreme Weather temperatures in region; all documents on this subject should be collected so as not to contradict any royal warrants concerning the French and Spanish boundaries; the governor of Texas should execute said relaciones. On ff. 150 the junta de guerra y hacienda is begun to resolve the aforementioned problems. (E. Wilson, November 1989)
Persons
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Barrio, Pedro del (Gobernador)
Yarza y Ascona, Juan de (Comandante)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor de Guerra)
San Dionicio, Luis de (Alferez)
Sandoval, Manuel de (Gobernador)
Coloarra, Joseph (Fray)
Franquis, Carlos de (Gobernador)
Ensenada, Marques de
Vedolla, Pedro (Fiscal)
Boneo, Justo (Gobernador)
Fuenclara, Conde de
Conquista, Duque de la
Guemes y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco de (Conde de Revilla Gigedo)
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo (Oydor Subdecano)
Lopez Adan, Francisco (Oydor Subdecano)
Andreu y Ferraz, Antonio (Doctor)(Fiscal)
Barroeta, Juan Chrisostomo de (Regente)
Cortillas, Joachin de (Contador)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de (Oficial Real)
Mazo Calderon, Joseph del (Oficial Real)
Zelis, Joseph Diaz de (Oficial Real)
Bustillos, Juan Antonio (Gobernador)
Barrio Junco y Espriella, Pedro del (Gobernador)
Franquis Benites de Lugo, Carlos de (Coronel)
Ortega, Pedro de (Alferez)
Sandemis, Luis de (Segundo)(Alferez)
Sandemis, Luis de (Comandante)
San Miguel de Aguayo, Marques de
Places
Colorado (Rio)
San Antonio (Presidio)
Cadiz (Puerto)
Nachitos (Presidio)
Caudachos
Nacodoches
Siguensa, Santa Rosa Punta de (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Nueva Viscaya
Nueva Francia
San Pedro (Rio)
Texas
Santa Rosa
San Xavier
Saltillo
Misipipi (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de (Provincia)
Aranjuez
San Xavier (Rio)
Adais (Presidio)
Puente Cupe (Presidio)
Florida
Caudachos (Presidio)
Adaiz (Rio)
Yatasi (Pueblo)
Nazones (Pueblo)
Movila
Nuevo Orleans
Gran Montana (Paraje)
Zacatecas (Provincia)
Veracruz (Punto)
Sirinue (Poblacion)
Aguayo, San Miguel de (Mision)
Abalache, San Marcos de (Fuerte)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
Nacodoches
Yatasi
Nazones
Apachalinos
Samases
Ingleses
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 103-162
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 103-162
Language
Spanish
Notes
Binding swallows words, ff. 132 is duplicated
Reference Number
18100003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Barrios y Jauregui
Altamira
Valcarzel y Formento
Valcarzel y Formento
Person Last Name
Barrios y Jauregui
Revilla Gigedo
Barrio
Yarza y Ascona
Altamira
San Dionicio
Sandoval
Coloarra
Franquis
Ensenada
Vedolla
Boneo
Fuenclara
Conquista
Guemes y Horcasitas
Valcarzel y Formento
Lopez Adan
Andreu y Ferraz
Barroeta
Cortillas
Miranda
Mazo Calderon
Zelis
Bustillos
Barrio Junco y Espriella
Franquis Benites de Lugo
Ortega
Sandemis
Sandemis
San Miguel de Aguayo
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
1690
End Date (repacked)
03-10-1752
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11417
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Gubernatorial correspondence dealing with a variety of Indian affairs and other military administrative events.

Serial Number
041-04030
Title
Gubernatorial correspondence dealing with a variety of Indian affairs and other military administrative events.
Author(s)
Munoz, Manuel
nolasco Carrasco, Pedro
Elquezabal, Juan Bautista and others
Date
06-18-1792
Date
02-03-1793
Documentation
San Antonio de Bexar, laredo, Coahuila, riogrande (presidio), San Fernando. June 18, 1792- February 3, 1793. 44p. Letters, informes. Originals, signed, copies, charts. Making peace with Spaniards; indian auxiliaries in pursuit of indian rebels; indian rebels stealing horses from missions; indians trading weapons and horses with other tribes; indian leader zapato sax killed in combat; relationship of lipanes from the north with Spaniards; antagonism between lipanes from the costa with Spaniards; viceroy requests detailed reports of every action against Spaniards by the indians; governor encourages intertribal conflict in order to take military advantage of it. (M. Marroquin, December 1988)
Persons
Cierragorda, Conde de (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Canoso (Capitan Indio)
Cortez, Juan (Comisionado)
Arocha, Julian de
Puente, Hermenegildo (Gobernador)
Jose Antonio (Capitan Indio)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante)
Menchaca, Jose Felix (Proveedor)
Vasquez, Francisco (Comandante)
Cortez, Juan
Zapato Sax (Capitan Indio)
Bautista (Capitan Indio)
Cardenas, Jose de (Fray)
Nandin, Pedro (Sargento)
Arambide, Juan (Teniente)
Alva, Pedro de (Alferez)
Nolasco Carrasco, Pedro
Elquezabal, Juan Bautista
Valdez, Francisco
Echegaray, Jose Maria de (Capitan)
Fernandez Carmona, Juan (Capitan)
Gonzalez, Juan Jose (Soldado)
Garcia de Trio, Joaquin
Valdez, Casimiro
Places
San Saba (Canon)
Colorado (Rio)
Nagcodoches (Pueblo)
Santa Ana (Mision)
Atascoso (Rio)
Tetillas (Paraje)
Corral (Paraje)
Texas (Provincia)
Reinosa (Villa)
Palo Blanco
Nueces (Rio)
Espiritu Santo (Mision)
Medina (Rio)
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de (Provincia)
Savinas (Real)
Saltillo
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Monclova
San Blas
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Comanches
Tahuayas
Tancahues
Apaches
Guichitos
Yucanis
Carancaguaces
Vidais
Military Groups
Monclova, Compania de Caballeria del Presidio de
Bahia, Compania Presidial de la
Parras, Compania Volante de San Carlos de
Bexar, Compania de Caballeria de
Espiritu Santo, Compania Presidial del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 171 ff. 136-158 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 171 ff. 136-158 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17100006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Munoz
nolasco Carrasco
Elquezabal
Person Last Name
Cierragorda
Revilla Gigedo
Canoso
Cortez
Arocha
Puente
Jose Antonio
Castro
Menchaca
Vasquez
Cortez
Zapato Sax
Bautista
Cardenas
Nandin
Arambide
Alva
Nolasco Carrasco
Elquezabal
Valdez
Echegaray
Fernandez Carmona
Gonzalez
Garcia de Trio
Valdez
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-18-1792
End Date (repacked)
02-03-1793
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11264
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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por la carta de v.m. de 21 de noviembre ultimo y documentos que la acompanan que . . . .

Serial Number
041-04020
Title
por la carta de v.m. de 21 de noviembre ultimo y documentos que la acompanan que . . . .
Author(s)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Borica, Diego de
Gutierrez de la Cueva, Juan
and others
Date
11-04-1792
Date
12-19-1792
Documentation
Janos, others. November 4 to December 19, 1792. 42p. Letters, informes. Signed.
Summary
Many vague, vaguely related documents concerning political affairs, dealings with Indians. F.481 mentions union of Lipanes with Yutas. F.487 death of Castro's Young son from exposure during trip to Santa Rosa. F.490 Elquezabal grants permission for Aga'a camp to trade with Spanish for corn, pumpkins, other comestibles. F.494 Comanches (through interpreter Chabes) return to Fernandez some livestock stolen from Cortes. F.495 Comanche baptized shortly before dying of illness. (A. Dean, October 1989)
Persons
Volante (Mescalero)
Alegre (Mescalero)
Pino Blanco (Capitancillo Lipan)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Calvo, El (Capitancillo Lipiyan)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Borica, Diego de
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Chabes, Francisco Xavier (Interprete)
Elquezaval, Juan Bautista (Capitan)
Gutierrez de la Cueva, Juan
Aga (Capitan Lipan)
Casimiro (Capitan)
Canoso (Capitan)
Gil Ybarbo, Antonio (Capitan Miliciano)
Martinez Pacheco, Rafael (Capitan)
Fernandes, Bernardo (Teniente)
Menchaca, Josef Xavier (Alferez)
Soxas (Capitan Comanche)
Soquina (Capitan Comanche)
Gomez Moreno, Francisco (Cura)
Pacheco (Capitan)
Guerra, Francisco
Valle, Tereza de
Cortes, Juan (Capitan)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Places
Pena Blancas
Principe
Grande (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Chinapa (Pueblo)
Arispe
Nueva Vizcaya
Janos (Presidio)
Nuevo Mexico
Norte (Presidio)
Sonora
Babispe
Bacoachi (Pueblo)
Californias (Misiones)
Chihuahua
Monclova
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Texas
Santa Maria (Hacienda)
Aguaverde (Presidio)
Coahuila
San Diego (Rio)
Puerco (Rio)
Sacramento
San Fernando (Villa)
Valera, San Antonio (Mision)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Bexar, San Antonio
Santa Fe (Villa)
Nacogdoches (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Mescaleros
Lipanes
Anteojos
Yutas
Lipiyanes
Opatas
Apaches
Comanches
Tahuayases
Tahyacanes
Military Groups
Principe, Compania de
Babispe, Compania de Opatas de
San Antonio Bexar, Compania Presidial de
Norte, Compania Presidial del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 170 ff. 480-500
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 170 ff. 480-500
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered, f.492 duplicated. Preceding folios, 475-479 are duplicates of folios 431-435. For drsw summary see above.
Reference Number
17000020
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Nava
Borica
Gutierrez de la Cueva
Gutierrez de la Cueva
Person Last Name
Volante
Alegre
Pino Blanco
Diaz
Calvo
Nava
Borica
Castro
Borica
Munoz
Chabes
Elquezaval
Gutierrez de la Cueva
Aga
Casimiro
Canoso
Gil Ybarbo
Martinez Pacheco
Fernandes
Menchaca
Soxas
Soquina
Gomez Moreno
Pacheco
Guerra
Valle
Cortes
Revilla Gigedo
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-04-1792
End Date (repacked)
12-19-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11254
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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el pronto regreso del coreo extraordinario que dirigi al senor comandante general de esas provincias don Pedro de Nava . . .

Serial Number
041-04017
Title
el pronto regreso del coreo extraordinario que dirigi al senor comandante general de esas provincias don Pedro de Nava . . .
Author(s)
Borica, Diego de
Nava, Pedro de
Merino, Manuel
and others
Date
10-29-1792
Date
12-05-1792
Documentation
Arispe. October 29 to December 5, 1792. 40p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Four letters discussing same topic of Lipan pacification. Borica suggests sending reinforcements to Norte against invasion Lipanes are planning, according to info from Mescalero Capitancillos, who ask defense of their camps if necessary. He suggests using Opatas, other Sonoran troops to conquer Quegocac's camp, only one still hostile. Mescalero Capitancillos give proof of their friendship with Spaniards by Murdering two Lipan families of Pino-blanco's camp that had come to deal peace agreements; Spanish plan to retract their support in light of such barbarous action. Lipanes are divided, some wanting to stay at war, some wishing reconciliation. Mention of method suggested by Diaz for conquering Lipanes preferring war. F.441 is considerably bright. F.445 begins to speak of christianizing Apaches. Mentions need to obstruct trade between Lipanes and Indians further north. (A. Dean, October 1989)
Persons
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Volante (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Alegre (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Josef (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Borica, Diego de
Pino Blanco (Capitancillo Lipan)
Calvo (Capitancillo Lipiyan Aka Natage Aka Picax-Ande)
Natage (Capitancillo Lipiyan Aka Calvo Aka Picax-Ande)
Picax-Ande (Capitancillo Lipiyan Aka Natage Aka Calvo)
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Merino, Manuel
Quegocac (Capitancillo Apache)
Places
Norte (Presidio)
Nueva Vizcaya
Sonora
Nuevo Mexico
Santa Fe (Presidio)
Principe (Presidio)
Carrizal (Presidio)
San Elzeario (Presidio)
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Laredo (Villa)
Lampazos (Punta)
Texas
Bejar, San Antonio de
Arispe
Coaguila
Santander
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Opatas
Mezcaleros
Apaches
Yutas
Comanches
Vidais
Tancagues
Mayeyes
Orcoquisas
Military Groups
Sonora, Tropas de Opatas de
Nueva Vizcaya, Companias Presidiales de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 170 ff. 436-455
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 170 ff. 436-455
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered, not chronological.
Reference Number
17000017
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Borica
Nava
Merino
Merino
Person Last Name
Nava
Diaz
Volante
Alegre
Josef
Borica
Pino Blanco
Calvo
Natage
Picax-Ande
Concha
Castro
Munoz
Revilla Gigedo
Merino
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-29-1792
End Date (repacked)
12-05-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11251
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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en contestacion al oficio de usted de 17 del corriente julio, inclino la distribucion...paso y julio 18 del 1792.

Serial Number
041-04005
Title
en contestacion al oficio de usted de 17 del corriente julio, inclino la distribucion...paso y julio 18 del 1792.
Author(s)
Urango, Francisco Xavier (Teniente Gobernador)
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante)
and others
Date
04-20-1788
Date
08-02-1792
Documentation
Paso, chihuagua, Mexico. July 18, 1792 to August 2, 1792. 40p. (Approx) Testimony, letters, signed, copies, originals.
Summary
Continuation Cordero's report concerning pacified mescalleros, their interaction with troops, citizens in Paso and Norte; Uranga's account of weapons, munitions distribution. Summary of report trading with Indians upheld; thefts committed by Indians of isolated rancherias, Apaches Faraones of the Sierras de Sacramento, Guadalupe, Blancas, Diablo; troop number should be increased to deter rebellion, pursue and punish thieves; Indian disunity should be encouraged, loyal Indians should participate in actions against rebels. Nava's report to Revilla charges of misconduct, illegal weapons trade by troops; Cuerno Verde only Mescallero Rancheria believed involved in thefts; account of marquez stock transactions with Indians and troop under Ugalde's command; Picax-Ande only one in Norte to petition for peace; Lipanes present only when Emmisary Bilansatliche petitioned for peace; supports Cordero's recommendations for increased vigilance; men sent to Guanajuato, Paso; organizing for punitive action against Apaches Faraones. Revilla Gigedo acknowledges receipt of Nava's report recognizing need of measures outlined to punish thieves and maintain peace. (J. Higgins. April, 1989)
Persons
Urango, Francisco Xavier
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Aramburu, Blas de
Barrio, Francisco Manuel del (Administrador de Rentas de Tavaco, Naipes y Polvora)
Rivera, Juan Pedro (Interprete)
Espinosa, Miguel de (Capitan)
Garcia, Francisco (Teniente)
Bernal, Xavier (Capitan)
Telles, Joseph Manuel (Vecino)
Candelario, Antonio (Vecino)
Navaez, Lian Antonio (Vecino)
Baliran, Manco (Alcalde)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Marquez, Manuel (Carpintero)
Ugalde, Juan de (Brigadier)
Sosaya
Valdes
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Picax-Ande (A.K.A. Calbo)(Capitan Lipiyan)
Uranga, Francisco Xavier (Teniente Gobernador)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Bilansatliche (Lipan Emmisary)
Places
Paso (Pueblo)
Norte (Presidio)
Santa Rosa (Presidio)
Vizcaya (Provincia)
Barrio (Rancheria)
Sacramento (Sierras)
Chineslan (Rancheria)
Guadalupe (Sierras)
Cuerno Verde (Rancheria)
Coahuila
Blancas (Sierras)
Diablo (Sierras)
Guanajuto
San Eleceario (Presidio)
Chihuagua
Mexico
Ethnic Groups
Mescaleros
Apaches
Gilenos
Mimbrenos
Cumanche
Lipillanos
Llaneros
Apaches Faraones
Apaches Mescalleros
Lipanes
Lipiyanes
Military Groups
Coahuila, Partida de Campana de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 170 ff. 193-213 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 170 ff. 193-213 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered, continuation of preceeding sequence
Reference Number
17000005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Urango
Cordero
Nava
Nava
Person Last Name
Urango
Cordero
Aramburu
Barrio
Rivera
Espinosa
Garcia
Bernal
Telles
Candelario
Navaez
Baliran
Nava
Revilla Gigedo
Marquez
Ugalde
Sosaya
Valdes
Diaz
Picax-Ande
Uranga
Castro
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-20-1788
End Date (repacked)
08-02-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Ano de 1792. Informacion reservada, recivida de orden del senor comandante general brigadier don Pedro de Nava, por el teniente coronel don Antonio Cordero, en averiguacion de barios puntos relativos al manejo...

Serial Number
041-04004
Title
Ano de 1792. Informacion reservada, recivida de orden del senor comandante general brigadier don Pedro de Nava, por el teniente coronel don Antonio Cordero, en averiguacion de barios puntos relativos al manejo de los indios de Pas del norte, y el Paso, y al trato de los espanoles con ellos.
Author(s)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Aramburu, Blas (Teniente)
and others
Date
00-00-1790
Date
07-13-1792
Documentation
Chihuahua, presidio del norte, others. May 29, 1792 to July 13, 1792. 80p. (Approx) Letter, sworn testimony(s), originals, copies, signed.
Summary
Nava commissions Cordero to investigate rumors Mescaleros receive weapons, munitions from Spanish which are traded to Lipanes for stock stolen from Coaguila, Mescaleros then trading stolen animals with citizens , soldiers in Norte, El Paso, San Eleazario. Lipiyan Picax-Ande Ynstintle de Ugalde may be involved. Cordero to interview soldiers, citizens there. Leaders, rancherias, locations, numbers, those not reducido; horses acquired from Indians since peace established, since order issued only unbranded, unshod to be traded; how often, how many, which Lipiyanes in Norte since peace, goods traded. same to be conducted in San Elezeario, El Paso, Norte. Branded stock of unknown origins traded after peace, none since order issued; number, location, size, leaders of Mescalero rancherias, their travel, trade activities; unidentified Indians seen at Tinaja del Paisano with unfamiliar stock; Picax-Ande seldom seen in area, whereabouts unknown; few violations of peace; some small thefts suspected of Pases-Fla. (J. Higgins, April 1989)
Persons
Picax-Ande Ynstintle de Ugalde (A.K.A. Calbo)(A.K.A. Ybtfidil-Teilde)(Capitan Lipiyan)
Ybtfidil-Teilde (A.K.A. Picax-Ande Ynstintle de Ugalde)(A.K.A. Calbo)(Capitan Lipiyan)
Calbo (A.K.A. Picax-Ande Ynstintle de Ugalde)(A.K.A. Ybtfidil-Teilde)(Capitan Lipiyan)
Cordero, Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Aramburu, Blas (Teniente)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Mariscal)
Nava, Pedro de (Comandante General)
Maines, Alberto (Teniente)
Pino Blanco (Capitan Lipan)
Peru, Joachin (Teniente)
Ventura Montes, Juan (Teniente)
Dias, Domingo (Capitan)
Naranjo, Andres (Sargento)
Folomo, Felix (Sargento)
Madrid, Ventura (Cabo)
Rodriguez, Saturnino (Cabo)
Ortega, Bernardo (Soldado)
Perez, Manco (Soldado)(Interprete de Apache)
Chequindile (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Daban Chu (A.K.A. Alegre) (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Chialisto (A.K.A. Vigotes de Vermejo) (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Josnatesdey (A.K.A. Joseph)(Capitancill Mescalero)
Chal-Coay (A.K.A. Montero Blanco)(Capitancillo Mescalero)
Pases-Fla (A.K.A. Cuerno Verde)(Capitancillo Mescalero)
Rivera, Antonio Felix Martin de (Teniente)
Carrasco, Piquinto (Vecino)
Ugalde, Juan Lean
Elguea, Francisco Manuel de
Miralles, Juan
Gonzalez, Joseph Manuel (Soldado)(Interprete de Apache)
Valles, Dionicio
Farin, Vizente
Ruiz, Juan
Bernal, Francisco Xavier (Capitan de Milicias)
Barrio (Capitancillo Apache)
Espinosa, Miguel de (Capitan de Milicias)
Rivera, Juan Pedro (Soldado)
Nzazens (A.K.A. Barrio)(Capitancillo Apache)
Tlayalel (A.K.A. Manco)(Capitancillo Apache)
Tucon Chufati (Alia Maya)(Capitancillo Apache)
Villarroel, Nicolas (Alferez)
Volante (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Dayel (Capitancillo Mescallero)
Esquinyoe (Capitancillo Mescalero)
Marquez, Jose Manuel (Carpintero)
Maselchide (Capitancillo Apache)
Chimeslan (Capitancillo Apache)
Garcia, Francisco (Teniente de Milicias)
Telles, Joseph Manuel (Laborador)
Baliran, Francisco (Alcalde de Aguas)
Candelario, Diego Antonio (Alcalde)
Narvaez, Juan Antonio (Teniente Justicia)
Francisco (Capitancillo Apache)
Barrio, Francisco del (Administrador de Rentas)
Sosaya
Valdez
Places
Norte (Presidio)
Paso (Pueblo)
San Elezeario (Presidio)
Principe (Presidio)
Chihuagua
Coyame
Janos
Mapinis (Hacienda)
Colorado (Rio)
Julimes
Pilares
Pena Blanca
San Eregorio
Paisano (Tinaja)
Sardinas (Hacienda)
Agua Prieta
Orcasitas, San Miguel de
Sonora
San Juan (Hacienda)
San Buena Ventura (Valle)
Sacramento
Seneca, San Antonio de (Pueblo)
Coaguila
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Apaches Mescaleros
Apaches Lipiyanes
Military Groups
Principe, Compania Presidial de
Janos, Compania de
Norte, Compania del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 170 ff. 153-193 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 170 ff. 153-193 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered, some pages barely legible
Reference Number
17000004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Nava
Cordero
Aramburu
Aramburu
Person Last Name
Picax-Ande Ynstintle de Ugalde
Ybtfidil-Teilde
Calbo
Cordero
Aramburu
Ugarte y Loyola
Nava
Maines
Pino Blanco
Peru
Ventura Montes
Dias
Naranjo
Folomo
Madrid
Rodriguez
Ortega
Perez
Chequindile
Daban Chu
Chialisto
Josnatesdey
Chal-Coay
Pases-Fla
Rivera
Carrasco
Ugalde
Elguea
Miralles
Gonzalez
Valles
Farin
Ruiz
Bernal
Barrio
Espinosa
Rivera
Nzazens
Tlayalel
Tucon Chufati
Villarroel
Volante
Dayel
Esquinyoe
Marquez
Maselchide
Chimeslan
Garcia
Telles
Baliran
Candelario
Narvaez
Francisco
Barrio
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
1790
End Date (repacked)
07-13-1792
Type
Text
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Letter from Mendinuta to O'Conor concerning establishment of route between Sonora and Nuevo Mexico.

Serial Number
041-03999
Title
Letter from Mendinuta to O'Conor concerning establishment of route between Sonora and Nuevo Mexico.
Author(s)
Mendinueta, Pedro Fermin de
Date
03-20-1777
Documentation
Santa Fee. November 9, 1775. 12 pp. Letter. Signed.
Summary
Mendinueta's response to O'Conor in reference to Crespo's plan that direct lines of communication be established between Nuebo Mexico and Pimeria Alta. States that Hopis live in relative isolation, having few contacts with Spaniards, but maintain amicable relations with Navajos and Utes. Headwaters of San Francisco settled by sedentary Apaches Gilenos. (J. H. Ochs, October 1987).
Persons
Mendinueta, Pedro Fermin de (Gobernador)
Crespo, Francisco Antonio (Gobernador)
Velez de Escalante, Silvestre (Fray)
Miera, Bernardo
Barrera, Marcial (Teniente)
Chafalote (Capitan de Apaches Gilenos)
Manuel Tomas (Indio Mestizo)
Rodriguez, Joachin (Capellan de Terrenate)
Places
San Francisco (Rio)
Santa Cruz
Sonora
Monte Rey
Moqui (Provincia)
Nuebo Mexico
Zuni (Pueblo)
Gila (Sierra)
Terrenate
Kanquinat
Ethnic Groups
Moquis
Zunis
Apaches Gilenos
Navajos
Yutas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 169 ff. 169-174
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 169 ff. 169-174
Language
Spanish
Notes
Peramas' copy of letter.
Reference Number
16900006
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Person Last Name
Mendinueta
Crespo
Velez de Escalante
Miera
Barrera
Chafalote
Manuel Tomas
Rodriguez
Beginning Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1777
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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oficio al governador de la Luisiana cortar las amistades de los Apaches lipanes con quatro parcialidades de la naciones del norte y el perjudical comercio de armas de fuego, polvora y munciones.

Serial Number
041-03905
Title
oficio al governador de la Luisiana cortar las amistades de los Apaches lipanes con quatro parcialidades de la naciones del norte y el perjudical comercio de armas de fuego, polvora y munciones.
Author(s)
Miro, Estevan (Governador de Luisiana)
Blanc, Luis de (Comandante)
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo, Domingo (Governador y Capitan General)
Date
03-02-1791
Date
03-09-1792
Documentation
Mexico, nueva orleans, havana. March 2, 1791 - March 9, 1792. 52p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals. Apache indians living in peace until 1790 when ugalde led war against them, have had peace with the comanches, mentions groups that have been fighting with the Apaches lipanes and those others with whom they trade, prohibits the entrance of any lipanes into certain rancherias because that is their method of acquiring arms and ammunition; letter making it clear that the idea to pacify the indians of Texas originated with blanc; advises blanc to support enmity between various indian tribes settled between the Colorado river and rio de la Trinidad and the lipanes which are openly hostile to the Spanish, letter distinguishes between indian nations and factions with the latter being the ones most likely to be allied with lipanes, indians in all of Texas are somewhat in revolt because of the lack of goods, these used to be supplied by Armant but has not been able to because of his own lack of goods and credit, blanc seeks to go personally to indian villages in order to break links that some factions have with lipanes in trade and commerce (will need goods to facilitate this process) and will eventually will appoint a commissary to periodically visit indians in order to maintain their loyalties to Spanish and keep them pacified; Luis de blanc seeks to have his son named as commissary to indians cites his family's good relations with indians as supporting factor; indians trading pieles de liboras for the goods provided by the Spanish they call this trading combalache, sets out logistics of this commerce, Cabello advises those involved not to accept horses or donkeys as payment for goods because indians will just rob them later on. Talks of establishing prices for trade, advises that they not trade with aguardiente, cites the bundles of raw tobacco as one of the more important items with which to trade; miro has received copy of letter written by Cavello giving advise on how to handle indians in Texas and Coahuila from his personal experiences as governor in these areas. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Miro, Estevan (Governador de Luisiana)
Blanc, Luis de (Comandante)
Ugalde, Juan (Brigadier, Comandante General)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Casas, Luis de las (Capitan General)
Blanc, Joseph Maria Carlos de (Cadete)
Armand, Joseph Maria (Proveedor General)
Nebe, Felipe de (Brigadier)
Pacheco, Rafael (Capitan)
Cavello, Domingo (Governador)
Places
Coaguila (Provincia)
Texas (Provincia)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
Havana
Natchitoches (Puerto)
Coahuila
Nacodochez (Pueblo)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio
Ethnic Groups
Apache Lipanes
Vidaises
Cocos
Atacapas
Orcoquizacs
Yscanis
Tuacanas
Comanches
Tauagaches
Tauscanas
Nabedachos
Osages
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 482-508 (Approx) exp. 12
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 482-508 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200033
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Miro
Blanc
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo
Person Last Name
Miro
Blanc
Ugalde
Castro
Casas
Blanc
Armand
Nebe
Pacheco
Cavello
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-02-1791
End Date (repacked)
03-09-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence between Munoz and virrey regarding developments with and activities of Indians in Texas.

Serial Number
041-03804
Title
Correspondence between Munoz and virrey regarding developments with and activities of Indians in Texas.
Author(s)
Munoz, Manuel
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date
09-01-1790
Date
02-09-1791
Documentation
Bexar/Mexico. September 1, 1790-February 9, 1791. 40p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Concerns request for peace made by Lipan capitan to Munoz after suffering attacks in Coahuila and Texas. Lipanes pleased with agreement but inform Munoz of separate groups of Lipanes along border who will continue hostilities. Due to request, virrey orders release of several prisoners. Munoz accepts Canoso's gratitude for release. Virrey relates additional conditions of agreement and requests informe on whether Lipanes are living according to conditions. Virrey also says Ugarte to take trip beginning in Nueva Vizcaya to give instructions on best methods of defense and to encourage cultivation. Virrey notices that price of maiz is high due to drought. Munoz relates incidents of raids but says no large incursions have taken place. Informs virrey that Lipanes never returned to complete agreement instituting peace. Munoz includes requested informe regarding murder and theft in the area. says Ranchos are being deserted and resulting difficulties in moving cattle has forced him to temporarily prohibit their movement. says this destruction and hostility due to peace broken by Ugarte causing retribution by Indians. Munoz sends message to different tribes telling them not to trade with Apaches. Munoz sends Gutierrez to force Sas to meet with Ugarte to finally discuss peace. (M. Dannemiller, November 1988)
Persons
Daga (Indio)
Canoso (Indio Capitan)
Zapato Sas (Indio Capitan)
Ugalde, Juan de (Capitan)
Martinez Pacheco, Rafael
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Munoz, Manuel (Governador)
Ugarte, Jacobo (General)
Arocha, Simon de
Baptista (Indio)
Fernandez, Bernardo
Gutierrez, Joaquin
Roque (Indio)
Places
Coahuila
Bexar, San Antonio de
Rio Grande
Navaja
Monclova
Soledad (Arroyo)
Medina
Nueva Vizcaya
Bahia
San Fernanda
Orcoquicas
Luciana
Nacogdoches
Texas
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Apaches
Atacapas
Opeluzas
Tahuayes
Tahuacanes
Guichiuas
Tancahues
Xaranames
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 159 ff. 001-020
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 159 ff. 001-020
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
15900001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Munoz
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Daga
Canoso
Zapato Sas
Ugalde
Martinez Pacheco
Revilla Gigedo
Munoz
Ugarte
Arocha
Baptista
Fernandez
Gutierrez
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
February
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-01-1790
End Date (repacked)
02-09-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Letters between Galvez, Ugalde, and Ugarte concerning military campaigns against Cohahuila's Indians.

Serial Number
041-02966
Title
Letters between Galvez, Ugalde, and Ugarte concerning military campaigns against Cohahuila's Indians.
Author(s)
Galvez, Conde de (Virrey)
Ugalde, Juan de (Coronel)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
and others
Date
00-00-1777
Date
10-10-1787
Documentation
Patos. October 11, 1786. 148p. Letters. Original. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Series of documents dealing with Ugalde's military campaigns against Mescaleros, Comanches, Lipanes, and Lipiyanes in Coahuila. Discussion of Ugalde's arrival to Coahuila and his survey of the area in preparation for his campaign; he is informed of combats with Comanches, and there is a good description of the military tactics employed by the Indians; there is also reference to trade between soldiers and Comanches after battle. Ugalde sends detailed diary of his campaigns to viceroy. Lists number of soldiers employed, as well as the number and types of weapons used in the expedition; clothing of Indian auxiliaries are described, as well as amount and type of food required by soldiers and Indian auxiliaries; there is good discussion of the mass given before departure of troops, as well as the use of an effigy of the virgin of Guadalupe in order to receive divine assistance. Ugalde also informs of problems associated with lack of water and death of many horses. He gives a good description of the area referring to the many rivers, lakes, aguajes, and mountains encountered in his path. Includes summary of all Indians that were killed, injured, and taken captives, and of all tribes that sought peace. He complains many Mescaleros fled to presidio del norte where they were given refuge, and that this diminishes to some extent, all the gains made in the campaign. In other letters the viceroy approves of Ugalde's actions and requests more cooperation between Ugarte and Ugalde. (J. Tapia, October, 1987)
Persons
Ugalde, Juan (Coronel)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Rengel, Joseph (Comandante Inspector)
Galvez, Conde de (Virrey)
Menchaca, Jose (Teniente)
Fueros, Pedro (Gobernador)
Fierro, Camisa de (Caudillo Comanche)
Nunez de Haro y Peralta, Alonso (Virrey)
Croix, Cavallero de (Comandante)
Montero, Jose (Capitan Retirado)
Cortes, Juan (Teniente)
Diaz de Bustamante, Ramon (Teniente)
Ramon, Juan Ignacio (Teniente)
Pugas, Antonio (Teniente)
Castro, Joaquin de (Sub-Teniente)
Moral, Jose Miguel (Sub-Teniente)
Uro, Alexandro (Sub- Teniente)
Pattule (Capitan Indio)
Urrutia, Pedro de (Teniente)
Lozano, Andres (Padre)
Jus-Datesye (Capitan Cende)
Bautista, Juan Elquezabal (Comandante)
Munarriz, Antonio (Capitan)
Munoz, Manuel (Teniente Coronel)
Picagrande (Indio)
Quemado (Mescalero)
Alonso (Mescalero)
Ravago, Jose de
Places
Patos (Hacienda)
Coahuila
Santa Rosa (Presidio)
Saltillo
San Fernando (Villa)
Agua Verde (Presidio)
Arenales
Monclova
Rio Grande
Bavia
San Antonio (Rio)
Fierro (Rio)
Bexar, San Antonio de
Texas
Puerco (Rio)
Pisota (Paraje)
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de
Nuevo Santander
Savana Grande
Zedros
Norte (Presidio)
Grunidora
Saboya
Piamonte
Ytalia
Francia
Genova
Africa
Portugal
Parras (Laguna)
Guadalaxara
Laredo
Monterrey
Alamo
Anaelo
Alameda (Aguaje)
Zacate Enxalma (Aguaje)
Carrizalero (Aguaje)
Capuli (Aguaje)
La Aura (Aguaje)
San Mathias (Aguaje)
las Monas (Aguaje)
Santa Ana (Canon)
Sardinas (Hacienda)
Bibiendas Altas (Aguajes)
Colorado (Cerro)
Cuatro Cienegas (Hacienda)
San Antonio Ocatita la Grande
Chizos (Paso)
San Vicente (Presidio Abandonado)
San Carlos (Presidio)
Mobano (Sierra)
Guadalupe (Sierra)
Picota (Paraje)
San Pedro (Rio)
Carmen (Sierra)
Rosas (Potrero)
Santo Domingo (Potrero)
Calavernas (Valle)
Santa Catalina
Soledad
Remedios (Aguaje)
Baxan (Aguaje)
Sovaco (Aguaje)
Santiago (Cerro)
Tagualilo (Cerro)
Guajoquilla (Laguna)
Barelas, San Jose de los (Ramada)
Sal Si Puedes (Ramada)
Moxada (Sierra)
Altares (Paraje)
Concepcion (Aguaje)
Osamenta (Aguaje)
Tarayes (Aguaje)
Leche (Laguna)
El Viento (Tinaja)
Santa Barbara (Aguaje)
Socorro (Aguaje)
Santa Maria (Aguaje)
Dolores (Aguaje)
San Lorenzo (Hacienda)
Aguacaliente
Garnica (Cienega)
Florido (Rio)
Pendencia (Aguaje)
San Jacinto (Cienega)
Janos (Presidio)
San Sava
Californias (Golfo)
Milpitas (Arroyo)
Guadalupe (Potrero)
Pena Blanca (Aguaje)
Arroyo Largo (Aguaje)
Burro (Aguaje)
Escondida (Aguaje)
San Jose (Aguaje)
Molato (Aguaje)
Savinas (Rio)
Las Rositas
Morteritos (Paraje)
Pino (Sierra)
Mapimi, Bolson de
Corterias
Mula
Mazapil
Cerrogordo
Zacatecas
Altares (Aguaje)
Magdalena
Ethnic Groups
Mescaleros
Lipiyanes
Lipanes
Apaches
Comanches
Cendes
Gilenos
Military Groups
Coahuila, Tropa de
Saltillo, Compania Volante de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 112 ff. 367-442
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 112 ff. 367-442
Language
Spanish
Notes
Duplication; ff. 0368-0381 are copies of original letters that follow; ff. 0390-0492 letters without copies.
Reference Number
11200012
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Galvez
Ugalde
Ugarte y Loyola
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Ugalde
Ugarte y Loyola
Rengel
Galvez
Menchaca
Fueros
Fierro
Nunez de Haro y Peralta
Croix
Montero
Cortes
Diaz de Bustamante
Ramon
Pugas
Castro
Moral
Uro
Pattule
Urrutia
Lozano
Jus-Datesye
Bautista
Munarriz
Munoz
Picagrande
Quemado
Alonso
Ravago
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
1777
End Date (repacked)
10-10-1787
Type
Text
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