Mission Life

Correspondence between missionaries, governor, others concerning allegations of mistreatment of Indians at missions.

Serial Number
041-03847
Title
Correspondence between missionaries, governor, others concerning allegations of mistreatment of Indians at missions.
Author(s)
Zubia Marti, Jose
Adam, Miguel Jose (Licenciado)
Fueros, Pedro (Gobernador)
and others
Date
00-00-1781
Date
07-06-1789
Documentation
Provincias Internas. May 24, 1788-July 6, 1789. 62p. Representaciones, letters, autos. Signed, unsigned, originals.
Summary
Correspondence represents efforts to uncover truth behind allegations of missionary mistreatment of Indians at Bizarron, other missions in region; missionaries inform governor, virrey of attempts to pacify and 'reducir' Indians since assuming charge of mission, but explain that relations with Indians deteriorating, violence, insubordination, robbery, escapes escalating, harsh treatment necessary, moreover, in light of violence, 'reales cedulas' enforcing protection of Indians unwise and wrong; Lipanes' leaders contest missionaries' testimony; Ugalde writes of military encounters with Indians. (L. Kerr, March 1989)
Persons
Zubia Marti, Jose (Fray)
Croix, Teodoro (Comandante General)
Ugalde, Juan de (Comandante General) (Gobernador)
Fueros, Pedro (Gobernador)
Bisuet, Jose (Fray)(Presidente)
Galvez, Conde de (Virrey)
Ramos, Juan
Felis, Jose (Indio)
Adam, Miguel de (Licenciado)
David Garcia, Josef (Presidente)
Florez, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Valenzuela
Vidal de Lorca, Melchor (Gobernador)
Gomes, Blas (Alcalde)
Mier, Joseph Joaquin
Dufay, Guillermo (Alferez)
Rovleda, Agustin (Fray)
Montes
Pedro Jose
Gonzales de Santianes, Vizente (Coronel)
Bonilla, Antonio
Places
Coahuila
Nueva Galicia
Pachuca (Colegio)
Bisarron (Mision)
Gigedo (Mision)
Texas
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Zacatecas (Colegio)
Sonora
Rio Colorado (Rio)
Rio Grande, San Juan Bautista del (Mision)
Lisboa (Cedula)
Coahuila (Mision)
San Bernardo (Mision)
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Monclova
Linares
Aguayo, San Miguel de (Mision)
San Christoval (Pueblo)
Nuevo Leon
Nuevo Santander
Camargo, Santa Ana de (Villa)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia de
Bexar, San Antonio De
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Tulimenos
Cholones
Borrados
Hualaquises
Gandules
Taguacanes
Military Groups
Monterrey, Compania de
Rio Salado, Compania de
Punta de Lampazos, Compania de
Nuevo Santander, Compania Primera de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 160 ff. 321-352 exp. 4
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 160 ff. 321-352 exp. 4
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
16000011
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Zubia Marti
Adam
Fueros
Fueros
Person Last Name
Zubia Marti
Croix
Ugalde
Fueros
Bisuet
Galvez
Ramos
Felis
Adam
David Garcia
Florez
Valenzuela
Vidal de Lorca
Gomes
Mier
Dufay
Rovleda
Montes
Pedro Jose
Gonzales de Santianes
Bonilla
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
1781
End Date (repacked)
07-06-1789
Type
Text
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uadc://masterindex/8194
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence between Sierra Gorda and virrey regarding Indian agressions and resulting military response.

Serial Number
041-03808
Title
Correspondence between Sierra Gorda and virrey regarding Indian agressions and resulting military response.
Author(s)
Sierra Gorda, Conde de la
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date
00-00-1772
Date
09-20-1790
Documentation
Laredo. Mexico. April 28, 1790-September 20, 1790. 20p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
1786 letters concerning necessary military response to recent Indian hostilities. Sierra Gorda says he intends to punish Indians responsible for depredations. says Indians under pretense of peace continue to rob, murder and terrorize. Relates incident in which five shepherds murdered. Concerns deployment of troops to search out enemy. After long campaign hindered by rain, caught up with Apaches in Croix. Virrey responds telling Sierra Gorda to watch carefully for abuses of good faith and to use military to assure compliance with peace conditions. says they must attempt to reduce Camoteros and Tanambres. Sierra Gorda says ranches in Laredo and Revilla completely destroyed and such incidents sure to continue if precautions not taken. Suggests method to make campaigns and punishment more successful. says military organization is inefficient and suggests separation of comandancia general. Informs virrey of plans to take troops to Laredo. Virrey says he's unable to send inspector and requests relacion regarding condition of troops, uniforms, munitions, armaments and horses. Will send Gutierrez to inspect soon. Virrey disagrees with Gorda's suggestions saying the system works and reminds him to obey Ugarte's orders. Gorda informs virrey that several Indians killed in incident in Croix. As a result, Mariguanes request to stay peacefully in Llera mission. says mission in Liebana would accomodate Indians from Croix as proposed by Bucareli. Provides description of daily life in mission. Mentions grain and weekly meat rations. says these provisions not sufficient so better for those Indians to live in liberty. Virrey reminds Gorda of Galvez' instructions of 1786 and 1772 to guide his activities. says by law, funds must be obtained to maintain any group requesting peaceful hospice in mission. Gorda says difficult to follow instructions regarding proper treatment due to increased hostilities. (M. Dannemiller November 1988)
Persons
Sierra Gorda, Conde de la
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Munoz, Manuel
Ugalde, Juan (Brigadier)
Gutierrez, Juan
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Bucareli, Antonio Maria
Places
Croix
Yerra (Mision)
Guadalaxara
Torresills
Santiago
Laredo
Tamaulipa
Revilla
Reinosa
Camargo
Mier
San Carlos
Escandon
Liebana
Santo Thoribio (Mision)
Santa Barbara
Agua Grande
San Nicolas
Ethnic Groups
Camoteros
Tanambres
Apaches
Simariguanes
Military Groups
Primera Compania
Tercera Compania
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 159 ff. 052-072
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 159 ff. 052-072
Language
Spanish
Notes
Refers to proposals and instructions brought forth in 1772 &
Reference Number
15900005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Sierra Gorda
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
Sierra Gorda
Revilla Gigedo
Munoz
Ugalde
Gutierrez
Ugarte y Loyola
Bucareli
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
1772
End Date (repacked)
09-20-1790
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8155
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Informe concerning method of government for missions in California.

Serial Number
041-03710
Title
Informe concerning method of government for missions in California.
Author(s)
Verger, Rafael
Date
11-15-1772
Documentation
California. November 15, 1772. 46p. Informe. Copy.
Summary
In response to viceroy's request, Verger makes suggestions in 22 parts for physical and spiritual development of missions. says new missions should be delayed until older ones are firmly established with sufficient arms and military protection. Must grow food for all mission and presidio residents. Storage and distribution should never be left to Indians. nor should be left to caudillos and capitans since after Jesuit expulsion California example shows they destroy missions. Under priests' control more churches built, more ornaments retained, larger harvests collected. says some form of punishment is necessary because Indians will abuse and steal property without it. Indians should be treated fairly and paid a salary. Describes daily masses and visits to sick and widowed. Discusses corn, bean, lentil crops, weekly rations and duties of women. Discusses also Indian jobs, products and locations of trade. Discusses differences between present conditions and those of Conquistadores. Relates difficulties with jefes who replace hardworkers with incompetents. References to decree by Valero ordering military protection for missions. Discusses power struggle between military and missionary. Verger claims arms are not needed for conversion, only evangelical preaching. (M. Dannemiller March 1988)
Persons
Verger, Rafael
Palou, Francisco
Escandon, Jose
Galvez, Josef de
Lorenzana, Francisco Antonio (Arzobispo)
Cortes, Hernan
Pieras, Miguel (Fray)
Valero, Marques de
Costales, Gabriel
Places
San Fernando (Colegio)
Santa Cruz
Sierra Gorda
California
San Ignacio (Mision)
Loreto
Zimapan
Huasteca
Rio Verde
Tepeyal
Padua, San Antonio de
Monterrey
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
Texas (Provincia)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de
Zacatecas
San Gabriel
Military Groups
Soldados de Cuera
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 527-531
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 527-531
Language
Spanish
Notes
Last page has no folio number
Reference Number
15200028
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Verger
Palou
Escandon
Galvez
Lorenzana
Cortes
Pieras
Valero
Costales
Beginning Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-15-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8057
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Informe from governor of Nuevo Leon to viceroy containing suggestions for new method of mission government.

Serial Number
041-03693
Title
Informe from governor of Nuevo Leon to viceroy containing suggestions for new method of mission government.
Author(s)
Echegaray, Francisco
Date
10-20-1772
Documentation
October 20, 1772. 24p. Informe. Copy.
Summary
Concerns mission life and advice for proper mission administration. Suggests the formation of streets and neighborhoods in towns. Describes certain agricultural techniques and rations and sustenance crops of corn, beans, Cane and cotton. Regarding finance, suggests establishment of cashier's office to be controlled by priest and governor. Relates Indian work schedules and punishments. Describes Indian vices of game, alcohol and Peyote. Advises prohibition of bows, arrows and other weapons to Indians except for hunting. Concerns requiring Indians to have written permission to travel. (M. Dannemiller, October 1987)
Persons
Echegaray, Francisco
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Places
San Cristobal (Pueblo)
Tlaxcala (Ciudad)
Monterrey
Ethnic Groups
Tlascaltecos
Hualaguizes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 254-266
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 254-266
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folio 266 repeated
Reference Number
15200011
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Echegaray
Bucareli y Ursua
Beginning Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-20-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8040
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Informes from governors of Nueva Viscaya to viceroy containing suggestions for a new method of mission government.

Serial Number
041-03690
Title
Informes from governors of Nueva Viscaya to viceroy containing suggestions for a new method of mission government.
Author(s)
Villaverde, Manuel
Bustamente, Bernardo
Munoz, Manuel
Date
10-09-1772
Date
10-27-1772
Documentation
October 9, 1772-October 27,1772. 36p. Informe. Copy.
Summary
Concerns current mission practices and suggestions for more effective government. Regarding use of agricultural land for grazing. Governors request a list of all Indians and their property and that they be given land to cultivate near Spanish so to learn by example. Concerns establishment of towns with Plazas and proper missions where Indians must live to learn doctrine which will cure their faults and protect them from Apaches. Suggests that orders taking Indians away for more than month be prohibited, that missions provide agricultural teaching and that ecclesiastic and secular be kept separate to maintain Indian loyalty. Concerning commerce, should attempt to decrease distance to market, guarantee fair compensation and prohibit Spanish from controling Indian trade. Concerns methods to convince Indians of benefits of reduccion and to prohibit them from communicating with other tribes. Suggests that recently converted Indians should be given military jobs and that priests should accompany troops for moral and spiritual support. (M.dannemiller, October 1987)
Persons
Villaverde, Manuel
Bustamente, Bernardo
Munoz, Manuel
Cruillas, Marques de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Places
Texas
Nuevo Mexico
Chihuahua
Julimes, San Antonio de
Sierra Tarahumara
Santa Maria de las Caldas
Julimes (Presidio)
Nueva Viscaya (Provincia)
Michoacan
Oaxaca
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 209-227
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 209-227
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
15200007
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Villaverde
Bustamente
Munoz
Person Last Name
Villaverde
Bustamente
Munoz
Cruillas
Bucareli y Ursua
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-09-1772
End Date (repacked)
10-27-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8037
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Reports from governors and captains in Texas responding to viceroy's instructions for a new method of government in their province

Serial Number
041-03687
Title
Reports from governors and captains in Texas responding to viceroy's instructions for a new method of government in their province
Author(s)
Riperrda, Varon de
Menchaca, Luis Antonio
Cazorla, Luis
Pacheco, Rafael
Date
09-02-1772
Date
11-28-1772
Documentation
September 2, 1772-November 28, 1772. 68p. Informe. Copy.
Summary
Concerns the response of governors and capitans of presidios to the viceroy's instructions for a new method of government. Contains a complete list of governors to receive the report. Comments on use of the method as pertains to the missions of Texas. Describes the condition of missions and the relations with Indians. Descriptions of religious routines, prayer, teaching, baptisms and weekly religious activities. Relates new year's process of election of governor, mayor and sheriff. Concerns economic conditions and mission sustenance crops of corn, beans, cotton and cana de Castilla. There was an abundance of cattle (bovine, ovine and caprine) but lacking equine due to frequent attacks. Cotton cloth, ponchos and blankets were made in missions. Contains detailed description of mission life, men and women's duties as well as wardrobe of converts and Elite. Suggestions made for improvements by example such as increasing Spanish populations to serve as examples of culture, government, industry and civil harmony. Authors offer the missions under their administration as examples and describe older methods which have served their development. Under Menchaca, necessities are kept and equally distributed in the missions and used to maintain troops. All administrators feel current system of government to be effective.
Persons
Ripperda, Varon de
Menchaca, Luis Antonio
Cazorla, Luis
Pacheco, Rafael
Corralan, Pedro
Vildosola, Gabriel Antonio
Vildosola, Jose Antonio
Anra, Juan Baptista de
Urrea, Bernardo de
Lumbreras, Juan Jose
Fayni, Jose
Gil, Nicolas
Villaverde, Manuel
Bustamente, Bernardo Antonio
Munoz, Manuel
Peru, Juan
Oconor, Hugo
Mendinueta, Pedro Fermin
Varrio, Pedro del
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Rodriguez, Vizente
Echeagaray, Francisco
Gonzales, Vizente
Sierra Gorda, Conde de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Ramirez, Pedro (Padre Presidente)
Reyes, Antonio de los (Padre)
Castano (Padre)
Sastre, Mateo
Places
Texas
Adaes
Bejar, San Antonio de
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del
Orcoquiza
Sonora
Orcasitas, San Miguel de
Alamos
Fronteras
Terrenate
Tubac
Altar
San Carlos de Buena Vista
Nueva Viscaya
Durango
San Buenaventura
Cerro Gordo
Aujoquilla
Julimes
Janos
Chihuahua
Nuevo Mexico
Santa Fee
Passo del Rio del Norte
Coahuila
Monclova
Rio Grande
Nuevo Leon
Monterrey
Nuevo Santander
Bexar, San Antonio de
Vidais
San Juan Capistrano (Mision)
San Fransisco de la Espada (Mision)
Santa Cruz (Colegio)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Colegio)
San Augustin de Aumada (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Lipanes
Aix
Adaes
Nacodogches
Comanches
Franceses
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 152 ff. 098-132
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 152 ff. 098-132
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
15200003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Riperrda
Menchaca
Cazorla
Cazorla
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Menchaca
Cazorla
Pacheco
Corralan
Vildosola
Vildosola
Anra
Urrea
Lumbreras
Fayni
Gil
Villaverde
Bustamente
Munoz
Peru
Oconor
Mendinueta
Varrio
Ugarte y Loyola
Rodriguez
Echeagaray
Gonzales
Sierra Gorda
Bucareli y Ursua
Ramirez
Reyes
Castano
Sastre
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-02-1772
End Date (repacked)
11-28-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8034
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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sumaria formada por el governador don Francisco Echeagaray contra varios indios que remitio con el alfarez Sernas; providencias sobre el destino de ellos

Serial Number
041-03614
Title
sumaria formada por el governador don Francisco Echeagaray contra varios indios que remitio con el alfarez Sernas; providencias sobre el destino de ellos
Author(s)
Peres, Antonio (Justicia Mayor)
Echeagaray, Francisco de (Governador)
Valcarcel, Domingo
and others
Date
05-08-1778
Date
12-19-1778
Documentation
Altamira. May 8, 1778-December 19, 1778. Informes. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Documents concern two colleras of Indians that leave from Tamaulipa and Altamira. Pobladores are interrogated about the Indians. Indians are said to be war-like and to have committed many crimes and robberies. The killing of two fishermen and the stealing of horses and cows are committed by said Indians. Indians promote war against mission. They unite and form a confederation against the mission. F.432 contains message from governor Echeagaray with instructions to divide up the Indians of the two colleras and to put them to work in the fields or in Casas honorables. Governor's encouragement of pacification of Indians. In other documents the militia's trouble in pursuing Indians due to lack of food and resources is given. Apaches are said to cause the most damage to these militias. Indians are pacified and sent to Queretero by conde de Sierra Gorda. There they are to be divided and set to work in accordance with Echeagaray's instructions. F. 431 gives list of Mecos. F. 446-447 gives lists of Mecos and Parbulos, including those married and baptized. F. 454-456 gives names and marriages and baptisms of various other Indians. (P. Lenz, September 1989)
Persons
Echeagary, Francisco de (Governador)
Peres, Antonio (Justicia Mayor)
Puga, Antonio de (Teniente)
Peres, Manuel (Poblador)
Mora, Sergio de la (Teniente)
Xptobal Peres (Poblador)
Penedo, Salbador (Poblador)
Portes, Joseph (Poblador)
Polito, Antonio (Poblador)
Roman, Juan Joseph (Poblador)
Reyes, Joachin de los (Poblador)
Ortega, Phelis de (Poblador)
Serna, Jose de (Alfarez)
Revilla Gidedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Escandon, Jose de (Conde)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor)
Valcarcel, Domingo
Garibay, Pedro (Sargento Mayor)
Croix, Theodoro de
Llanos Valdes, Andres Ambrocio
Pereda, Juan de
Places
Altamira (Villa)
Altamira (Mision)
Tampico
Queretaro
Tamaulipa
Tula
Chocolate (Pasaje)
Liverata (Pasaje)
Santander
Palma (Monte)
Horcasitas
Valle de Chocoy (Pasaje)
Sierra Gorda
Chiguiagua
Nuevo Reyno de Leon
Concepcion (Pueblo)
Purificacion (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Anacanas
Villegas
Pongualles
Aretines
Costenas
Mecos
Apaches
Parbulos
Military Groups
Seno Mexicano, Compania Volante de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 146 ff. 419-456 exp. 18 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 146 ff. 419-456 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
14600019
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Peres
Echeagaray
Valcarcel
Valcarcel
Person Last Name
Echeagary
Peres
Puga
Peres
Mora
Xptobal Peres
Penedo
Portes
Polito
Roman
Reyes
Ortega
Serna
Revilla Gidedo
Escandon
Altamira
Valcarcel
Garibay
Croix
Llanos Valdes
Pereda
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-08-1778
End Date (repacked)
12-19-1778
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7961
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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el governador del Nuevo Santander aberando tener suficientes indios para establecer misiones pide administros para ellos.

Serial Number
041-03612
Title
el governador del Nuevo Santander aberando tener suficientes indios para establecer misiones pide administros para ellos.
Author(s)
Sierra Gorda, Conde de (Governador)
Date
06-19-1780
Date
10-20-1780
Documentation
Nuevo Santander. June 19, 1780-October 20, 1780. 14p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Letter from conde de Sierra Gorda to virrey describes Indian desertions from mission at Maquines. The Indians' inclination to live in the mountains is cited as the cause. Indian abuses and killings committed by these deserters is given. Mission sends groups to recapture the Indians. Mission depicted as lacking in Indians. Mission need of Indians to work fields is a priority for missions. Finances of mission depends upon cheap Indian labor. Two padres, Misioneros are instructed to go and persuade Indians to return to mission. (P. Lenz, September 1989)
Persons
Sierra Gorda, Conde de (Governador)
Mayorga, Martin de (Virrey)
Places
Maquines, San Jose de (Mision)
San Luis Potosi
Burgos (Villa)
Palmitos (Pasaje)
San Fernando
Nuevo Santander
Ethnic Groups
Pames
Otomites
Chivatos
Santiagos
Pintos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 146 ff. 384-394 exp. 16 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 146 ff. 384-394 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
14600017
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Sierra Gorda
Mayorga
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-19-1780
End Date (repacked)
10-20-1780
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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en la villa de San Antonio de Padillas en veinte y seis dias...

Serial Number
041-03603
Title
en la villa de San Antonio de Padillas en veinte y seis dias del mes de junio de mil setesientos ochenta don Josef Lorenzo de Quintanilla
Author(s)
Sierra Gorde, Conde de (Gobernador)
Paredes, Joseph Maria
Flores, Joachin
and others
Date
06-24-1780
Date
10-06-1781
Documentation
Santander. June 24, 1780 - October 6, 1781. 80p. Letters, autos. Signed.
Summary
Documents concern the breaking of peace by the Indians, their banditry and assorted killings. Interrogation of witnesses concerning knowledge of the Indians, of their breaking of the peace, and their crimes is given. F. 189 contains a list of the four points asked of each witnesses. 12 witnesses' responses to these questions follow with accounts of Indian attacks, their stealing of horses, and killing of various soldiers. One soldier killed at Pasaje de Noche Buena, for example. Other documents concern the groupings of various Indian tribes (mesquites, Mulas, and other nations) in order to assault the Villa of Padilla. A description of the persecution of these wayward Indians by the Spaniards is given. Last, there is an account of how the Indians should be brought into mission life and given to agriculture. It is said that under previous peace treaties, the Indians had been brought into the missions, had been given instruction in the planting of maize Frijoles and other agricultural pursuits and had been pacified and converted to christianity. This is the goal again, now that this peace has been broken by these Indians. (P. Lenz, September 1989)
Persons
Sierra Gorda, Conde de (Gobernador)
Gonzalez Paredes, Pedro (Capitan)
Quintanilla, Joseph Lorenso de (Juez)
Galindo, Nicolas
Paredes, Joseph Maria
Porras, Thoribio de (Poblador)
Agapito, Joseph
Dionicio de Soto, Josef
Huerta, Ysidro de
Cortes, Josef
Sausedo, Joachin
Flores, Salbador
Chibato, Pedro
Martines, Nicolas
Pizana, Marcos
Martin, Gregorio
Pizana, Alexandro
Gonzalez, Josef (Vecino)
Leon, Eugenio de
Monte Thoribro
Zamora, Juan de (Alcalde Mayor)
Toscano, Ignacio (Teniente)
Echagary, Francisco de (Gobernador)
Jesus, Juan de (Indio)
Pedro de Jesus (Indio)
Mayorga, Josef Xavier
Rios Calbillo, Francisco Antonio de la
Reyna, Juan Joseph de
Ibarra, Joseph de
Santiaguillo (Indio)
Saucio, Joseph Patricio Marisco, Miguel Martines
Ladena, Miguel Antonio
Balli, Juan Antonio (Justicia Mayor)
Cotillo (Indio)
Herrera y Escudero, de (Alcalde Mayor)
Ximenez, Pedro de
Places
Santander
Santellana
Padilla (Villa)
Cruillas (Villa)
San Carlos
Soto de la Marina
Ojos
Santa Cruz
Comas (Pasaje)
Noche Buena (Pasaje)
Gazambullo (Pasaje)
Pilon (Rio)
Paso de las Obejas
Santi Engracia (Rio)
Boca de la Iglesia (Pasaje)
Animas (Pasaje)
Madera Alta (Pasaje)
Rio Blanco (Pueblo)
San Joseph (Valle)
San Jose (Puerto)
Santa Maria de los Angeles (Valle)
Curva (Pasaje)
San Antonito
Pesqueso
Reyno de Leon
Martin (Mision)
Guadalaxara
Jaumare (Pueblo)
Reynosa (Villa)
Araguitas (Rancho)
Juan Capistran (Mision)
Nueces (Rio)
las Lagunas (Isla)
Dolores
San Felipe (Villa)
San Miguel de la Grande
Ethnic Groups
Mesquites
Mulatos
Mecos
Pizonas
Posonas
Mansos
Malaquitas
Carancuagua
Manos
Passitas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 146 ff. 184-223 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 146 ff. 184-223 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
14600008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Sierra Gorde
Paredes
Flores
Flores
Person Last Name
Sierra Gorda
Gonzalez Paredes
Quintanilla
Galindo
Paredes
Porras
Agapito
Dionicio de Soto
Huerta
Cortes
Sausedo
Flores
Chibato
Martines
Pizana
Martin
Pizana
Gonzalez
Leon
Monte Thoribro
Zamora
Toscano
Echagary
Jesus
Pedro de Jesus
Mayorga
Rios Calbillo
Reyna
Ibarra
Santiaguillo
Saucio
Ladena
Balli
Cotillo
Herrera y Escudero
Ximenez
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-24-1780
End Date (repacked)
10-06-1781
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7950
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Trial against several Indians from San Christobal mission, accused of convincing other to go to the mountains and rebel against Spaniards

Serial Number
041-03588
Title
Trial against several Indians from San Christobal mission, accused of convincing other to go to the mountains and rebel against Spaniards
Author(s)
Gomez, Juan Jose
Vaamonde y Villamil, Manuel (Gobernador)
Date
03-23-1790
Date
12-17-1791
Documentation
Santa Rosa, Monterrey, Mexico. March 23, 1790-December 17, 1791. 58p. Letters, informes, relaciones, autos. Originals, signed,
Summary
Series of documents concerning prosecution of several Indian leaders who are accused of inducing other Indians to rebel against Spaniards. Document give details of the kind of crimes the Indians are accused of I.e. killing some Spaniards and stealing. Indians are put in jail and interrogated but later released (M. Marroquin, August 1989)
Persons
Cavezon, Jose Manuel (Indio)
Gomez, Juan Jose
Vaamonde, Manuel de (Gobernador)
Chiquito, Juan (Indio)
Castaneda, Jose Remigio (Sargento)
Chavez, Juan Jose
Alvarado, Christobal (Indio)
Trebino, Francisco
Valencio, Lorenzo
Villafuerte, Jose Miguel
Garcia, Ygnacio
Nepomuceno, Juan
Munoz, Juan Manuel
Dufai, Guillermo (Alferez)
Gomez y Castro, Blas Jose (Capitan)
Escalan, Agustin (Indio)
Francisco, Jose Maria (Indio)
Hernandez, Jose Antonio
Gomez Ganzeda, Manuel
Melo, Jose Alejandro de (Defensor)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Munoz, Jose Rafael
Places
Chac-Ticse (Costa)
Agustin (Costa)
Lampazos
Gualeguizes, San Christobal de (Mision)
Santa Rosa (Valle)
Linares (Pueblo)
Santiago (Cerro)
Valle Viejo (Canon)
Res (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Borrados
Piedras
Military Groups
Orden de Alcantara
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 145 ff. 333-362 exp. 6 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 145 ff. 333-362 exp. 6
Language
Spanish
Notes
Copies. Folios unnumbered.
Reference Number
14500014
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Gomez
Vaamonde y Villamil
Person Last Name
Cavezon
Gomez
Vaamonde
Chiquito
Castaneda
Chavez
Alvarado
Trebino
Valencio
Villafuerte
Garcia
Nepomuceno
Munoz
Dufai
Gomez y Castro
Escalan
Francisco
Hernandez
Gomez Ganzeda
Melo
Revilla Gigedo
Munoz
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-23-1790
End Date (repacked)
12-17-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7935
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
General Subjects
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