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Documents pertaining to visita of Josef de Galvez in alta California 1769. Sent to governor Neve by predecessor Barri at time of change of office.

Serial Number
041-03954
Title
Documents pertaining to visita of Josef de Galvez in alta California 1769. Sent to governor Neve by predecessor Barri at time of change of office.
Author(s)
Galvez, Josef de (Visitador)
Barri, Felipe (Gobernador)
Date
12-12-1767
Date
10-28-1774
Documentation
Loreto, Monterey, Santa ana, la paz. December 12, 1767 to October 29, 1774. 132p. Instrucciones. Reglamentos, index. Informe. Letters, original, signed. Copies. 10-28-1774 from berri to new governor neve outlining duties in change of command. Invites consultation and outlines accompanying documents which should be returned to archive in south (Loreto ?). Observations of civil-military-religious relations in province. 2) ff. 126-135 Galvez' instrucciones of 1769 to barri. Discusses duties of governor and importance of stern but just punishment of indians for economic independence from missions. Discussion of governor's administration of pearl fishing, with reference to leyes de indios, previous reales ordenes and cedulas to prohibit foreigners. Better fiscal management of mines and defense to establish more missions and presidios in province. Copy consists of 26 sections, dated 9-30-1774. 3) ff. 142-144 index of 19 documents Barri sends to neve of Galvez' visita to antigua California of 1769. Brief description of each document. Dated 9-30-1774. 4) full texts of Galvez' visita/expedition of 1769, copies from 1768 to 1770. Overall impression of carefully prepared, detailed planning for military-civil-religious coordination in province. Attention to fiscal-administrative matters to establish good relations between Spanish and indians (although typically condescending towards abilities of latter group) for economic-geographic expansion in Californias. Overall idea for governing broken families to Loreto, agricultural and religious training, artesan and pearl fishing industries, rights and inheritance regulations of lands after secularization (temporalidades) from missions, specifications for architectural plans of church, plaza and homes, wages and formations of indians into militias. Production from salinas, transportation of these by canoe sacramento and paquebot la concepcion, salaries, equipment and supply rations for all levels of workers and managers, diezmos (taxes) and royal fifth on production. Coordinated defenses by military and militia of missions, neighbors and presidios to continue outward expansion to new territories. Realtionship of provincial income/outflow to real hacienda in Guadalajara, including pricing, collecting of diezmo and quinto for ramos of playing cards, gunpowder, mercury, papel sellado, and tobacco and pearl fishing and mining industries. Of special note are great details in ff. 159-160 of maritime transportation of products to and from lower California from north and to continent, and ff. 161-162 of ordenances, supplies and rations to be in effect for each type of vessel used. (J. M. Johnson, April 1988)
Persons
Barri, Felipe (Gobernador)
Galvez, Josef de (Visitador)
Neve, Felipe (Sargento Mayor)
Carlos III (Rey)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando de (Capitan)
Serra, Junipero (Fray) (Padre Presidente)
Faxes, Pedro (Comandante)
Mora, Vicente de (Padre Presidente)
Campo Viergol, Josef del (Comisario)
Lopez de Toledo, Antonio (Comisario)
Garcia Morales, Manuel
Arraez, Pedro (Regalado)
Peramar, Melchor de
Palou, Francisco (Fray)
Velasquez de Leon, Joaquin (Subdelegado)
Gutierrez, Juan
Trillo y Vermudes, Francisco (Comisario)
Viniegra, Juan Manuel de
Croix, Marques de (Virrey) (Gobernador) (Capitan General)
Felipe V (Soberano)
Romero, Felipe
Murguia, Jose (Fray)
Espinosa de los Monteros, Manuel (Teniente)
Azanza, Miguel Jose de
Moran, Juan (Fray)
Lasso, Jose Maria (Fray)
Moreno, Felipe
Regalado de Soto, Pedro
Trigo, Jose de
Armona, Mathias
Moz?, Bernardo
Arris, Ygnacio
Gonzaga, Luis
Places
San Blas (Departamento)
Sonora (Provincia)
Californias (Peninsula)
Queretaro
Monterrey
Philipinas
San Diego
Loreto (Ensenada) (Mision) (Presidio) (Real)
Acapulco
Velicata, San Fernando
San Fernando (Colegio Apostolico)
Santa Anna del Sur (Comisaria)
Guadalaxara
San Juan (Rancho)
Mexico (Capital)
San Luis (Arroyo) (Mision)
Todos Santos (Mision)
la Paz (Puerto)
Cinaloa (Provincia)
Guaimas (Puerto)
Mazatlan (Puerto)
San Lucas (Cabo)
Fan?Sula (Puerto)
Nueva Galicia (Reyno)
Santiago (Pueblo) (Mision)
San Jose (Isla)
Pimeria Alta
Cavo, San Jose del (Mision)
Santa Ana (Real)
Santa Rosa
San Luis Gonzaga (Mision)
Carmen (Isla)
San Xavier (Mision)
Pasion (Mision)
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimento Provincial (Antigua California) Cavalleria de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 166 ff. 123-188
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 166 ff. 123-188
Language
Spanish
Notes
Galvez documents not in chronological order. Some pages misnumbered but sequence kept. Some borders cut off. Four
Reference Number
16600004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Galvez
Barri
Person Last Name
Barri
Galvez
Neve
Carlos III
Rivera y Moncada
Serra
Faxes
Mora
Campo Viergol
Lopez de Toledo
Garcia Morales
Arraez
Peramar
Palou
Velasquez de Leon
Gutierrez
Trillo y Vermudes
Viniegra
Croix
Felipe V
Romero
Murguia
Espinosa de los Monteros
Azanza
Moran
Lasso
Moreno
Regalado de Soto
Trigo
Armona
Moz
Arris
Gonzaga
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-12-1767
End Date (repacked)
10-28-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8301
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Informes de las misiones de monte rey del ano 1774.

Serial Number
041-03952
Title
Informes de las misiones de monte rey del ano 1774.
Author(s)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Bucareli, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Date
09-08-1771
Date
01-20-1776
Documentation
San Carlos de monte rey. February 5, 1775--January 20, 1776. 26p. Informe. Inventories. Chart. Letter. Original.
Summary
Census and descriptions of mission inventories. Broken down by numbers of families, baptisms, deaths and marriages between ethnic groups. Detailed information on mission property and holdings; dimensions of buildings, corrals, etc; land use; cattle by type; sowing and harvests of crops. Recent San Gabriel, ff. 114-116 San Luis Obispo, ff. 116-117 San Antonio de Padua, ff. 117-119 Monte rey-carmelo. Ff. 112-113 San Diego-nipaguay. Ff. 120-121 chart of missions with founding dates, census, livestock, fanegas of wheat, rice, beans sown and harvested. (J. M. Johnson, April 1988)
Persons
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Cruzado, Antonio (Fray)
Paterna, Antonio (Fray)
Pieras?, Miguel (Fray)
Sitlan, Buenaventura (Fray)
Places
Monte Rey, San Carlos de (Mision)
San Fernando de Mexico (Colegio Apostolico)
Monterrey (Capital) (Mision)
Carmelo (Rio)
Nipaguay, San Diego de Alcala (Mision)(Presidio)
San Gabriel Archangel de los Temblores (Mision)
San Luis Obispo de Tixlinil (Mision)
Tichos (Mision)
San Antonio de Padua de los Robles (Mision)
Antigua California
Guadalaxara
China
Ethnic Groups
Nipaguayes
Californios
Military Groups
Cataluna, Voluntarios de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 166 ff. 109-121
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 166 ff. 109-121
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
16600002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Serra
Bucareli
Person Last Name
Bucareli y Ursua
Serra
Cruzado
Paterna
Pieras
Sitlan
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-08-1771
End Date (repacked)
01-20-1776
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8299
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Accusation by Callis that husband Fages is adulterer with Yuma Indian.

Serial Number
041-03091
Title
Accusation by Callis that husband Fages is adulterer with Yuma Indian.
Author(s)
Callis, Eulalia
Soler, Nicolas
Date
04-12-1786
Date
11-25-1786
Documentation
Caramelo, chuihuahua. April 12, 1785 - November 25, 1785. 32p. Autos. Originals, signed.
Summary
Calliz accuses Husband Fages of committing adultery with Yuma Indian. Accounts Calliz's discovery of the two and her reaction including her petition for divorce. Complaint sent to bishop of Sonora who decides a third of Fages' salary will be retained for wife's expenses. (J. Hiller, April 1989)
Persons
Callis, Eulalia
Fages, Pedro (Gobernador)
Noriega, Mathias Antonio de (Fray)
Navarro, Galindo (Auditor de Guerra)
Soler, Nicolas (Subinspector)
Garrido y Duran, Pedro
Rengel, Jose Antonio
Places
Sonora
Caramelo (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Yumas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 120 ff. 066-081 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 120 ff. 066-081 exp.
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
12000004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Callis
Soler
Person Last Name
Callis
Fages
Noriega
Navarro
Soler
Garrido y Duran
Rengel
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-12-1786
End Date (repacked)
11-25-1786
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7438
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Testimonial report assembled by governor of Durango on vagrant and idle Indians of Nueva Vizcaya and Sonora

Serial Number
041-01666
Title
Testimonial report assembled by governor of Durango on vagrant and idle Indians of Nueva Vizcaya and Sonora
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Neve, Phelipe (Comandante General)
Galvez, Jose
and others
Date
10-31-1746
Date
10-13-1789
Documentation
Arizpe, Prado, Durango, Mexico, Chihuahua. October 1, 1746, - October 13, 1789. 54p. Letter, informe. Copy
Summary
Report made up of group of letters concerning vagrancy problems on northern frontier; includes notes on Indian attacks; need for Indian labor in mines and haciendas; payment to Indians in Inferior goods; use of Penal labor; reluctance of some Indians to work as day-laborers; visit of Galvez; legal actions of Galvez, Corbalan and others on pay; Croix's inspection; raids on various settlements; types of labor involving Indians (charcoal making; cultivation; Adobe making; mine drain construction; firewood and lumber cutting; livestock tending; Mule train servants; ore processing; and various mechanical arts); dangerous alliance of local Indians with Apaches; economic crisis that results from lack of sufficient Indian labor; problem of local Indian community demands on labor force; limited value of Indians in mines; seasonality of Indian labor demands; role of mulatos in mines; fugitive Yaquis in mining towns; ff. 348-355 includes copy of points 5-10 of Neve's general report of 1783; he finds explanation of rise in banditry in unfair use of forced Indian labor; he sets limitations on coroporal punishment in mission settlements (for example - six lashes for missing mass); he considers other matters involving civil justice; notes many of bandit's crimes falsely attributed to Apaches; use of presidio labor in new presidio constructions; ff 357-361 - Ugarte grants various rights to Indians of Pueblo of Santa Maria (4 December, 1787); this includes coverage of forced labor; payment in goods and cash; reviews earlier Indian labor policy; describes poverty and hunger of Indian day laborers; lack of spiritual guidance; locations of labor; character of culture change; importance of cheap Indian labor to economy, and failure of administrators to solve problems of Indian abuse become clear in this report. (J. Williams, may 1987)
Persons
Merino, Manuel
Galvez, Conde de
Barri, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Fernandez Cordova
Sonora (Marques)
Arochi (Licenciado)
Corbalan, Pedro (Yntendente de Exercito)
Diaz, Domingo
Garcia de Herrera, Ygnacio (Capitan, Ayudante Mayor, Corregidor)
Zavalla, Juan Antonio (Capitan)
Greipo de Llanos
Duro, Francisco
Garcia Valdes, Francisco Yrine (Bachiller)(Presbriero Dueno)
Mala Orejas, Joseph (Sirvente)
Diaz de Ortega, Phelipe
Roche, Luis (Alcalde Mayor)
Rodriguez, Manuel (Alcalde Mayor)
Neve, Phelipe (Comandante General)
Croix, Teodoro
Galvez, Joseph
Sandoval, Joseph
Huemes Orcasitas, Francisco (Virrey)
Cruillas, Marques de (Virrey)
Aguero, Joseph Carlos (Secretario de Gobierno de Guerra)
Mendoza, Matheo Antonio
Fernandez Zea, Gregorio
Arespacochaga, Juan Joseph
Bonilla, Antonio
Garcia Villegas, Manuel
Illares de Val, Francisco Antonio
Rubio, Jaquin
Puerta, Juan Francisco
Pamplona, Pedro Thomas (Bachiller, Cura)
Valenzuela
Places
Cuevas, Santa Maria (Pueblo)
Cerro Prieto
Temaychic
Basuchilis
Tamasula
Cianori
Arizpe
Guadalajara
San Buenaventura
Batolipas
Papigochic
Matachic
Carichic (Mision)
Baquiachic (Mision)
Sisoguichic (Mision)
Olivos, Cienega de los
San Tamaron
San Lorenzo (Pueblo)
San Borja (Mision)
Mezquital, San Francisco
San Bartholome (Valle)
Parral, San Josef
Mapimi, Santiago (Real)
Olivos (Cienega)
Basis (Real)
Cianori
Canelas
Cosiguriachic, Santa Rosa
Merced del Oro (Real)
Sonora
Texas
Coahuila
Nueva Vizcaya
Durango
Papasquiaro, Santiago
Topago (Real)
Alamos (Real)
Sinaloa
San Andres
Chiguagua
Francisco Duro (Hacienda)
Carmen, Nuestro Senora del (Hacienda)
Encinillas (Hacienda)
San Antonio (Rancho)
Santa Eulalia (Real)
Chihuahua (Villa)
Navacoyan (Labor)
San Salvador (Hacienda)
Corral de Piedra (Hacienda)
Cienega, San Joseph
Zarca (Hacienda)
San Ygnacio (Alcaldia)
Banajas (Sierras)
Sierra Madre
Cianori
San Juan (Rio)
Santa Barbara
San Salvador
Prado
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mexicanos
Taraumares
Mulatos
Hiaquis
Camarcanos
Libres
Negros
Zambigos
Mestizos Queretaro
Military Groups
Dragones Provinciales del Principe
Queretaro, Provincial Cavalleria de Dragones Provinciales del Principe
Provincial Cavalleria de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 069 ff. 328-381
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 069 ff. 328-381
Language
Spanish
Notes
Many documents included are certified copies of 4 December 1787 by manuel medino, ff. 328, 380, 381 title pages, some ff. Illegible, roll 1 ends on ff 338, roll 2 preceeds it on this reel, and is both upside down and backwards.
Reference Number
6900020
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Neve
Galvez
Galvez
Person Last Name
Merino
Galvez
Barri
Ugarte y Loyola
Fernandez Cordova
Sonora
Arochi
Corbalan
Diaz
Garcia de Herrera
Zavalla
Greipo de Llanos
Duro
Garcia Valdes
Mala Orejas
Diaz de Ortega
Roche
Rodriguez
Neve
Croix
Galvez
Sandoval
Huemes Orcasitas
Cruillas
Aguero
Mendoza
Fernandez Zea
Arespacochaga
Bonilla
Garcia Villegas
Illares de Val
Rubio
Puerta
Pamplona
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-31-1746
End Date (repacked)
10-13-1789
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6013
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letter of governor Fayni to viceroy Bucareli, his draft response, and related testimony.

Serial Number
041-01085
Title
Letter of governor Fayni to viceroy Bucareli, his draft response, and related testimony.
Author(s)
Fayni, Josef
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Fundidad, Jose Thomas
Date
07-08-1773
Date
08-04-1773
Documentation
Mapimi, Durango, Mexico. July 8-August 4, 1773. 11p. Letter, draft. Original, signed, copy
Summary
Concerns testimony given at Mapimi by Thomas Funidad, who escaped after being a prisoner of Indians. Includes notes on various aspects of daily life and movement of his renegade captors including; their raid on San Salvador; number of their warriors; leadership; settlement pattern; ethnic composition of band; age of members of renegade groups; plants grown; taking of horse and other hides; bison hunting; horse and Mule herds kept; use of saddles and armas Blancas y de fuego; worship of an image of our lady of sorrows; clothing; houses (Jacales of horse hide); trade with plains Indians; treatment of captives; timing of attacks; drinking of pulque; document which provides exceptional details on these topics. (J. Williams, March 1987)
Persons
Fayni, Josef
O'conor, Ugo
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
San Pedro, Conde de
Funidad, Jose Thomas
Funidad, Juan
Velasco y Restan, Andres Jose
Places
Nueva Vizcaya
Durango
Mapimi (Real)
San Salvador (Hacienda)
Alamos (Canada)
Real del Oro
Inde
Ramos (Hacienda)
Parras
Conejos (Sierra)
El Alamo (Hacienda)
Tetas de Juana
San Jose (Hacienda)
Ethnic Groups
Mulatos
Lobos
Coyotes
Neumares
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 043 ff. 192-197
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 043 ff. 192-197
Language
Spanish
Notes
See ff. 5-21 for related text, f. 193 badly bled through.
Reference Number
4300033
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Fayni
Bucareli y Ursua
Fundidad
Person Last Name
Fayni
O'conor
Bucareli y Ursua
San Pedro
Funidad
Funidad
Velasco y Restan
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-08-1773
End Date (repacked)
08-04-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5432
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Request and report on new methods of spiritual and temporal governing of missions of province and related correspondence

Serial Number
041-01084
Title
Request and report on new methods of spiritual and temporal governing of missions of province and related correspondence
Author(s)
Fayni, Josef
Bucareli y Urusa, Antonio Maria
Arespacoachaga, Josef
Soior Zano, Anttonio
Date
05-01-1773
Date
07-12-1773
Documentation
Mexico, Durango. May 1, July 12, 1773. 85p. Informe, draft. Original, copy
Summary
Very detailed report on current condition of missions of Nueva Vizcaya, and new political regime being implemented for their governing; includes notes on doctrinas and missions; religious services rendered to Indians; conduct of missionaries; crops grown; application of civil laws; various community rights; economic conditions; record keeping related to livestock, people etc.; apostates; immorality of Indians; idolatry and its relation to crimes; places apostates inhabit; settlement dispersal in province; congregation of Indians in select reducciones; passport for Indian travel; work of Indians outside missions; care required to prevent desertion of mission Indians; learning of trades; continued hunting and gathering; work of women; various kinds of contamination by outsiders; housing descriptions of mission and non-mission Indians; irrigation; household furnishings; Indian Christian customs; failure to fully acculturate; Indian custom of eating horses; diseases; work at mines; cessation of custom of having yndios de mita in forced repartamiento labor; vagabondage; Spanish language instruction; cesarean medical operation; desertion; pulque consumption; disease resulting in depopulation. (J. Williams, March 1987)
Persons
Fayni, Josef
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Frey)
Quiroga, Basco
Phelipe Tercero (Rey)
Croix, Marques de
Felix (Indio)
Luca (Indio)
Manco, Ignacio (Hechicero)
Florentina (Hechicera)
Viexa, Juan (Indio)
Xavier (Governador del Pueblo de Concepcion) Arespacochaga, Josef
Arriola, Diego Francisco (Indio)
Soior Zano, Anttonio
Places
Canatlan (Pueblo)
Nueva Vizcaya
Mexico
Durango
Sierra Madre
Sinaloa
Michoacan
Analco, San Juan
Nueva Galicia
Jalisco
Aranjuez
Batolipas
Tubares (Pueblos de)
Tubares, San Ygnacio (Pueblo)
Tubares, Concepcion (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Taraumares
Tepehuanes Altos
Tepehuanes
Negros
Mulatos
Lobos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 043 ff. 148-190
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 043 ff. 148-190
Language
Spanish
Notes
Marked expediente 2,organized as paper of points, includes letter copied into report by various earlier colonial officials (including marques de Croix and borbolla), out of order, consists of 69 numbered paragraphs.
Reference Number
4300032
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Fayni
Bucareli y Urusa
Arespacoachaga
Arespacoachaga
Person Last Name
Fayni
Bucareli y Ursua
Quiroga
Phelipe Tercero
Croix
Felix
Luca
Manco
Florentina
Viexa
Xavier Arespacochaga
Arriola
Soior Zano
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-01-1773
End Date (repacked)
07-12-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5431
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Indian attacks in Sonora. Pirates in Sinaloa . Need for new presidio in Sonora.

Serial Number
041-00777
Title
Indian attacks in Sonora. Pirates in Sinaloa . Need for new presidio in Sonora.
Author(s)
Pardinas del Villar de Francos, Juan Isidro de (Governador)
Date
06-16-1689
Documentation
Nacozari. June 16, 1689. 56p. Relacion. Signed.
Summary
Investigation of Indian attacks, cowardice of soldiers in pursuit of enemy. Pirates in Rio Mayo. Discussion of race relations. (A. Dell'acqua, March 1987)
Persons
Higuera, Nicolas de la
Escalante, Juan (Capitan)
Loyola, Marcos (Fray)
Rosa, Pedro de la
Leon, Juan de
Ribera, Agustin de la
Grijalva, Ignacio
Carrillo, Antonio
Lopez de Miranda, Joseph
Lopez de Miranda, Miguel
Ruiz, Ambrossio
Diaz de Laguna, Marcos
Pacheco, Miguel
Ramos, Bartholome
Hurtado, Joseph de
Galvez, Conde de (Virrey)
Fernandez de la Fuente, Juan (Capitan)
Quiroz, Diego de (Capitan)
Castillo, Blas del (General)
Pacho, Francisco
Diaz de la Cerna, Marcos
Granillo, Juan
Leon, Diego de
Pacho, Diego
Limon, Matheo
Coronado, Miguel
Azo, Thomas del
Acosta, Blas del
Bohosques, Nicolas (Sarxento)
Valdez, Manuel
Ramirez, Nicolas
Limon, Nicolas
Tebesa, Ignazio
Topile, Xavier
Places
Nacozari, Maria del Rosario
Nueva Vizcaya
Theuricachi
Baviste, San Miguel
Bacanuchi (Valle)
Bacanora
Sinaloa (Presidio)
Cananea
Sonora
Cuguiarachi
Casas Grandes (Presidio)
Cuchuta Bacondri
Alamos
Guadalupe
Mototicachi (Pima Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Summas
nocomes
Yanos
Pimas
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 030 ff. 041-070
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 030 ff. 041-070
Language
Spanish
Notes
Water stains/ink stains/
Reference Number
3000029
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Higuera
Escalante
Loyola
Rosa
Leon
Ribera
Grijalva
Carrillo
Lopez de Miranda
Lopez de Miranda
Ruiz
Diaz de Laguna
Pacheco
Ramos
Hurtado
Galvez
Fernandez de la Fuente
Quiroz
Castillo
Pacho
Diaz de la Cerna
Granillo
Leon
Pacho
Limon
Coronado
Azo
Acosta
Bohosques
Valdez
Ramirez
Limon
Tebesa
Topile
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-16-1689
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5124
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence and indexes to letters of governor Guitierrez and viceroy Conde de Revilla Gigedo

Serial Number
041-00603
Title
Correspondence and indexes to letters of governor Guitierrez and viceroy Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Author(s)
Guitierrez de la Cueva, Juan
Revilla Gigedo (Conde)
Date
10-20-1791
Date
03-28-1792
Documentation
Mexico/Monclova. October 20, 1791 - March 28, 1792. 25p. Letters, drafts, indexes. Original, signed
Summary
Concerns various items related to guiterriez administration of province; including; case of Bargas involving his daughter's marriage to a slave of Lobos (which is decided in Bargas favor, and is confirmed by viceroy); taxes; political jurisdiction of captain of presidio of Aguaverde; service record of governor of Nuevo Leon (not included); establishment of a second weekly mail run; raid on haciendas of Carrizal and Catujanes; receipt of proclamations on trade and prohibited beverages; case of Rosalia Cuellar; and draining of mines at Santa Rosa. (J. Williams, February 1987)
Persons
Bargas y Anda, Nicolas
Lobo y Guerrero, Miguel
Revilla Gigedo (Conde)
Guitierrez de la Cueva, Juan
Pena, Pedro
Castro, Ramon (Comandante General,)
Bustamente, Antonio
Davila, Jose Ygnacio (Alferez)
Pena, Pedro Jose
Calzado, Felipe
Cuellar, Rosalia
Yermo, Francisco
Places
Coahuila
Monclova
San Fernando (Villa)
Aguaverde (Presidio)
Saltillo (Villa)
Nuevo Leon
CataJunes (Hacienda)
Carrizal (Hacienda)
Monterrey
Real de los Catorce
Santa Rosa (Valle)
San Juan (Mina)
Animas (Mina)
Queretaro
Military Groups
Dragones Provicionales
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 024 ff. 437-457
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 024 ff. 437-457
Language
Spanish
Notes
A very fragmentary collection made up mostly of indexes, f. 450 indicates that papers that follow are from 1792
Reference Number
2400165
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Guitierrez de la Cueva
Person Last Name
Bargas y Anda
Lobo y Guerrero
Revilla
Guitierrez de la Cueva
Pena
Castro
Bustamente
Davila
Pena
Calzado
Cuellar
Yermo
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-20-1791
End Date (repacked)
03-28-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/4949
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Diary of captain Luis Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas.

Serial Number
041-00358
Title
Diary of captain Luis Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas.
Author(s)
Cazorla, Luis (Capitan)
Date
11-01-1772
Documentation
Bahia del Espiritu Santo. November 1, 1772. 4p. Informe. Signed.
Summary
Account of Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas to search for English that are illegaling trading arms and other goods and who are cutting wood for houses. Cazorla finds no direct evidence of English traders, though he does find Indians with English guns. He finds some French and black traders whom he arrests. He finds remains of a wrecked Spanish or French vessel. (T. Cederstrom, March 1987)
Persons
Ripperda, Baron de
Cazorla, Luis
Dutrive (French Arms Trader)
Places
Bexar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Orcoquiza
Trinidad, Rio de la
San Jacinto (Rio)
Guadalupe, Rio de
Colorado (Rio)
Nechas (Rio)
Nuevo Orleans
Ethnic Groups
Yngleses
Carancaguaces
Cocos
Vidais
Jaranames
Texas
Apaches
Orcoquizas
Atacapas
Negros
Franceses
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 020 ff. 219-220
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 020 ff. 219-220
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
2000033
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ripperda
Cazorla
Beginning Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-01-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/4704
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
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Real cedula concerning taxation of all people in Spanish colonies

Serial Number
041-00316
Title
Real cedula concerning taxation of all people in Spanish colonies
Author(s)
Calleja del Rey, Felix Maria (Teniente General)
Date
05-25-1815
Documentation
Mexico. May 25, 1815. 1p. Real cedula.
Summary
Summary of status of taxation of persons living in Spanish territories since 1808 when policy of collecting taxes from Indians, mulatos and blacks was changed. Because heavy taxation caused economic and political difficulties, policy was submitted to supremo consejo de las indias for review. Former policy was put into force again to be enforced by Spanish authorities in all colonies and to be communicated throughout empire. (J. M. Johnson, November 1986).
Persons
Barca, Estevan
Venegas, Francisco Xavier(Virrey)
Bruder
Losada
Flores
Campeno
Montero de Espinosa
Fernando Vii (Rey)
Places
Filipinas (Islas)
Peru
Yucatan (Intendencia)
Ethnic Groups
Mulatos
Negros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 018 ff. 458-460
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 018 ff. 458-460
Notes
Typeset
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Barca
Venegas
Beginning Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-25-1815
Type
Text
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uadc://masterindex/4661
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