Silver Mining

solicitud de la diputacion de mineria, sobre que se le franqueen por el tribunal 100 [mil] pesos para fomento del mineral del real de Santa Eulalia.

Serial Number
041-03521
Title
solicitud de la diputacion de mineria, sobre que se le franqueen por el tribunal 100 [mil] pesos para fomento del mineral del real de Santa Eulalia.
Author(s)
Colsa de la Borbolla, Juan Joseph
Morales, Alonso
Ramos de Verea, Pedro
and others
Date
12-16-1791
Date
12-30-1791
Documentation
Chihuahua, Santa eulalia. December 16 to December 30, 1791. 86p. Informe. Transcribed, signed.
Summary
Report of diputacion cabecera de Jurisdiccion de minas; begins with three printed pages of guidelines for reports from each real (mining town). Each real to list 1) number of people, condition of town; 2) names of mines, owners, products; 3) number, names of haciendas supported by mines; 4) quantity of Mineral extracted; 5) quantity of Azoque needed proportional to Actual mine products; 6) list of natural resources in area of mines; 7) drawbacks of area. Report concerns primarily mines of Chihuahua, Santa Eulalia, Cosiguriachi, Parral. Gives total, annual silver production 1703 to 1791 in Santa Eulalia, 1731 to 1791 in Chihuahua. Discusses peso value of silver, distances between mines, other places; history of founding of Santa Eulalia, including names of all duenos with list of assets of each. Mentions some women mine owners; mine disasters; raiding by Apaches; mining supplies. (A. Dean, August 1989)
Persons
Colsa de la Borbolla, Juan Joseph
Morales, Alonso
Ramos de Verea, Pedro
Delhuyan, Fausto
Liceaga, Ramon Luis de
Barroso y Torruvia, Antonio
Uranga, Jose de (Sargento Mayor)
Gutierrez del Castillo, Antonio (Sargento Mayor)
Villar, Jose del
Ramirez Calderon, Eugenio
Marinelarena, Martin
Sandoval, Pedro
Reyes, Gaspar de los
Garcia, Miguel
Valle, Domingo del
Esquivel, Luis
Facundo
Maderazo, Andres
Suruceaga, Sevastian
Aragon, Nicolas
Silva, Juan de
Barrandegui, Juan de
Guerrero, Lucas Franco
Ortiz, Francisco
Bachimba, Carpio de (Capitan)
Santa Cruz, Jose
Sierra (Padre)
Duarte, Juan Domingo
Arias, Jose
Fraire En la Barranca, Jose
Tugo, Pedro Domingo de
Tome, Miguel
Noriega, Francisco
Portugues, Francisco
Rey, Benito
Velarde, Jose
Echaquivel, Martin de
Rivas, Agustin
Castor, Antonio de
Maurino, Isidro
Buado, Miguel
Santivanez, Jose
Sierra, Miguel de la
Reaza, Ignacio Alfonso de
Aguirre, Jose de
Orozco, Juan Phelipe de (Coronel)
Basoco, Domingo
Bustamante, Alexandro de
Almuyna, Pedro
Yrigoyen, Xavier de
Campo, Vizente
Mendez, Vizente
Bustamante, Juan
Yrivarren, Jose Detorre
Fernando de la
Doporto, Ventura
Serrano, Jose
Borrequero, Agustin
Cruz, Jose Manuel
Burgos, Christode (Sargento)
Neyra, Maria Micaela de
Gonzalez, Ignacio
Suira, Rafael
Dominguez, Miguel
Estrada, Maria Dolores de
Orio y Suviate, Jose (General)
Croix, Cavallero de (Comandante General)
Pena, Vizente de la
Prado, Jose del (Brigadier)
Meraz, Juan
Suviate, Jose de (General)
Rojas, Elena
Sandoval, Miguel
Campos, Juan
Rosjas, Lorenzo
Serrano, Juan
Soto Mayor, Geronimo
Marquez, Polonia
Arcos, Guadalupe
Maino, Antonio
Places
Santa Eulalia (Real)
Nueva Vizcaya
Chihuahua
Cosiguriachi (Real)
San Felipe (Villa)
Durango (Ciudad)
Casas Grandes (Minas)
Carrizo
San Pedro (Rio)
Minilla
Mapula
San Geronimo
Cosiguriachi, Santa Rosa de (Real)
Chiviscar (Pueblo)
Nombre de Dios (Pueblo)
Casia, Santa Rita
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Santuario)
Guasteca
Maiz (Valle)
Piloncillo
Alemania
Mechoacan (Provincia)
Nochistan (Pueblo)
Nueva Galicia
Pozo de Bergara
San Ignacio (Rancho)
Fresno (Hacienda)
San Juan
Animas
Urrutia
Molino (Rancho)
Boado (Mina)
Becerra (Estancia)
Pajarito
La Silla
Sierra Madre
Alcavalas
Parcionera (Mina)
Burgos, Santo Christo de
Barrandequi, Santo Domingo de
Padua, San Antonio de
San Gregorio (Mina)
San Judas Tadeu (Mina)
San Miguel (Mina)
Parral (Real)
San Antonio (Mina) (A.K.A. Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe)
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Mina)(Alias Boado)
Conchas (Sierra)
Chorreras
Coyamen
Norte
Victorino
Villar, San Pedro del
Chuviscar
Mapula
Carrisal
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mescales
Lipanes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 142 ff. 001-043
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 142 ff. 001-043
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folio 7 duplicated.
Reference Number
14200001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Colsa de la Borbolla
Morales
Ramos de Verea
Ramos de Verea
Person Last Name
Colsa de la Borbolla
Morales
Ramos de Verea
Delhuyan
Liceaga
Barroso y Torruvia
Uranga
Gutierrez del Castillo
Villar
Ramirez Calderon
Marinelarena
Sandoval
Reyes
Garcia
Valle
Esquivel
Facundo
Maderazo
Suruceaga
Aragon
Silva
Barrandegui
Guerrero
Ortiz
Bachimba
Santa Cruz
Sierra
Duarte
Arias
Fraire En la Barranca
Tugo
Tome
Noriega
Portugues
Rey
Velarde
Echaquivel
Rivas
Castor
Maurino
Buado
Santivanez
Sierra
Reaza
Aguirre
Orozco
Basoco
Bustamante
Almuyna
Yrigoyen
Campo
Mendez
Bustamante
Yrivarren
Fernando de la
Doporto
Serrano
Borrequero
Cruz
Burgos
Neyra
Gonzalez
Suira
Dominguez
Estrada
Orio y Suviate
Croix
Pena
Prado
Meraz
Suviate
Rojas
Sandoval
Campos
Rosjas
Serrano
Soto Mayor
Marquez
Arcos
Maino
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-16-1791
End Date (repacked)
12-30-1791
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7868
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Palacio sobre los medios de promover las minas de Tamaulipa.

Serial Number
041-03483
Title
Palacio sobre los medios de promover las minas de Tamaulipa.
Author(s)
Palacio, Juan Fernando
Fuentes, Luis Antonio de (Capitan)
Alvarez de Nava
and others.
Date
05-01-1768
Date
08-27-1768
Documentation
Mexico, Aguayo, San Carlos, San Joseph de tamaulipa. June 30 - August 27, 1768. 78p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Fuentes' letter to Palacio includes quote from Palacio with stated goal of fully exploiting mines of San Carlos Tamualipa suspension of Alcavala, Media anata; land made available to miners; extension of cattle grazing; wood, materials and equipment tax free; sale of gun powder at Mexico City price; quicksilver to be sold at San Luis price; as well as other ways of promoting metal production. Palacios to Croix expresses desire of miners for priest sundays and for festival days; tax on silver to construct church; need to develop water system. Discussion of favorable metal production in San Nicolas. List of group of miners some who are witnesses and elected members included with Nava and Fuentes in report promoting mining. Fuentes in letter to Palacios explains that some mines are not being worked due to absence of their discoverers, uneconomical conditions for exploitation, and lack of tools; abundance of veins and continual discovery. Lists made by Fuentes of San veins; quantity per load of ore extracted at each mine. Partial copy of duty charges of Alcabala from may - June 1768, includes who sold what to whom (especially food) (ff 316). Letter from Nava to Palacio discusses state of individual processing abilities; production capacity. Letter also tells duty Charged on silver and gold. (L. L. Woodward, October 1988)
Persons
Diaz El Pliego, Josseph
Lopez Quintela, Alonso
Ruvio, Joseph
Escandon (Coronel)
Palacio, Juan Fernando
Alvarez de Nava, Simon
Fuentes, Luis Antonio de (Capitan)
Osario, Joseph (Licenciado)
Morante, Francisco
Valdes, Joseph Ignacio
Cuebas Theran, Joseph de las
Muniz, Juan (Capitan Comandante)
Perez de Hoyos, Juan
Sanchez Navarro, Diego (Administrador)
Barbosa, Francisco Xavier (Minero)
San Roman, Gaspar
Caxa, Francisco
Esquibel y Guzman, Manuel Joseph de
Gonzales, Thoribio
Lucio, Juan
Camchola, Pedro
Garcia, Xavier
Lopez, Carlos
Gallegos, Raphael
Vbaaldo de Luna, Joseph
Quiros, Juan
Diaz Cardena, Francisco
Martinez, Joseph Manuel
Prado, Juan Antonio El
Duran, Pedro Joseph
Aguirre, Joseph Maria de
Santos Galvan, Juan
Ramirez, Francisco
Cela, Pheliciano
Perez, Bernardo
Martinez, Antonio
Armada, Phelipe de
Gutierrez, Francisco
Hernandez, Theodoro
Rivera, Miguel de
Blanco, Marcos
Silverio, Luis
Barbosa, Manuel
Cienfuegos, Francisco
Escobedo, Josseph Joachin (Soldado)
Polanco, Raphael
Aranda, Juan de
Ramirez, Vicente
Valdes, Juan de Dios
Herrera, Cayetano de
La Gorda, Hermenegilda
Lazo, Juan Antonio (Vecino)
Ortega, Manuel Antonio (Vecino)
Ranfel, Joseph Ramon
Bargas, Francisco
Morales, Santiago
Saga, Juan Lucas de
Aldaco, Manuel de
Terreros, Pedro
Villa Seca
Tello, Leonardo
Places
Tazco
Tamaulipa, San Carlos
Zacatecas
San Carlos (Rio)
Aguayo
Croix, San Nicolas de (Real)
San Joseph de (Real)
Sierra Gorda
Luz, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
San Juan (Mina)
Santander
Valles (Villa)
Santiago (Cerro)
Guadalcazar (Real)
Guanajuato
Pachuca
Mazapil (Mina)
Vocade (Mina)
Leones (Mina)
Savinas (Mina)
Vallecillos (Mina)
Soledad, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Dolores (Mina)
Guadalupe (Mina)
Las Animas (Mina)
Carmen (Mina)
Ave Maria (Mina)
San Antonio (Mina)
San Juan Nepomuzeno (Mina)
San Nicolas (Mina)
San Joseph (Mina)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de (Mina)
San Manuel (Mina)
San Vizente (Mina)
Rossario, Nuestra Senora del (Mina)
Concordia (Mina)
Santa Rita (Mina)
San Juan Baptista (Mina)
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de los (Mina)
Begona (Mina)
San Miguel (Mina)
Chiguagua
Espiritu Santo (Mina)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 140 ff. 297-336 exp. 10
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 140 ff. 297-336 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
14000012
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Palacio
Fuentes
Person Last Name
Diaz El Pliego
Lopez Quintela
Ruvio
Escandon
Palacio
Alvarez de Nava
Fuentes
Osario
Morante
Valdes
Cuebas Theran
Muniz
Perez de Hoyos
Sanchez Navarro
Barbosa
San Roman
Caxa
Esquibel y Guzman
Gonzales
Lucio
Camchola
Garcia
Lopez
Gallegos
Vbaaldo de Luna
Quiros
Diaz Cardena
Martinez
Prado
Duran
Aguirre
Santos Galvan
Ramirez
Cela
Perez
Martinez
Armada
Gutierrez
Hernandez
Rivera
Blanco
Silverio
Barbosa
Cienfuegos
Escobedo
Polanco
Aranda
Ramirez
Valdes
Herrera
La Gorda
Lazo
Ortega
Ranfel
Bargas
Morales
Saga
Aldaco
Terreros
Villa Seca
Tello
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-01-1768
End Date (repacked)
08-27-1768
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7830
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Information on the conduct of Alvarez de Nava and mining in Tamaulipa.

Serial Number
041-03479
Title
Information on the conduct of Alvarez de Nava and mining in Tamaulipa.
Author(s)
Noriega, Melchor de
Escandon, Joseph de
Valcarca, Domingo
Date
07-26-1763
Date
07-28-1772
Documentation
San Carlos de tamaulipa, Nuevo Santander, Mexico. July 26, 1763-July 28, 1772. 16p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Secret investigation of Alvarez de Nava ordered by virrey. Have you known Alvarez de Nava; what is quality of his work; opinion of others in San Carlos of Alvarez de Nava; if he is sociable; if he has used wealth of Alcabala for personal profit; involvement in silver mining; if he is friends with governor; and if he has caused trouble--7 witnesses respond. Escandon writes Cruillas concerning mining in Tamaulipa; mining operation continuing despite illness and invasion of Apostate Indians of which it is now free although Principal Miner dead. (L. L. Woodward, October 1988)
Persons
Lerma, Joseph de
Alvarez de Nava, Simon
Noriega, Melchor de (Administrador)
Gonzales de Santianez, Vizente (Gobernador)
Mogro Noriega, Zeledonio
Arigarrago, Juan Miguel de
Gonzales, Joseph Joachin
Carriedo, Gaspar de
Serna, Joseph Francisco de la (Vecino)
Paz, Joseph Antonio de la (Vecino)
Muniz, Juan (Capitan)
Cordova, Miguel
Garza, Lorenzo de la
Zapatero, Juan El
Fuentes, Luis de
Cruillas, Marques de
Escandon, Joseph de
Valcarcal, Domingo
Miura, Fermin
Places
Tamaulipa, San Carlos de (Villa)
Nuevo Santander (Colonia)
Tamaulipa, San Joseph de (Real)
San Luis Potosi
Croix, San Nicolas de (Real)
Tamaulipa (Minas)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 140 ff. 246-254 exp. 6
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 140 ff. 246-254 exp. 6
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
14000008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Noriega
Escandon
Valcarca
Person Last Name
Lerma
Alvarez de Nava
Noriega
Gonzales de Santianez
Mogro Noriega
Arigarrago
Gonzales
Carriedo
Serna
Paz
Muniz
Cordova
Garza
Zapatero
Fuentes
Cruillas
Escandon
Valcarcal
Miura
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-26-1763
End Date (repacked)
07-28-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7826
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Dilegencias practicadas por noriega sobre el beneficio de metales en el real de San Nicolas de Croix.

Serial Number
041-03476
Title
Dilegencias practicadas por noriega sobre el beneficio de metales en el real de San Nicolas de Croix.
Author(s)
Areceo
noriega, Melchor de
Muniz, Juan de
and others
Date
06-06-1666
Date
08-22-1772
Documentation
Mexico, Nuevo Santander. May 22 - August 22, 1772. 136p. Letters. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Miners and vecinos state that new discoveries in Sierra de Tamaulipa in last 4 years provide legal standard of quality (6 ounces of silver for each load of metal), and proportions given for other qualities which exceed legal standard. Costs of firewood, transportation and other costs make it difficult to make profit. Need for greater population; enemy Indians have returned with depopulation in center of Sierra de tamuaulipa and Apostate Indians raiding surrounding area. Complaints of Nava's offering low price for silver and using Alcavala money to buy silver (attractive to miners as it saves transportation cost and robbery risk. In Guadalcazar, nephew of Nava levied 10 real Alcavala. Nava's influence with governor allows him to exploit situation. Charges that document supposedly from miners and vecinos is really false, need to interview witnesses. Description of founding of San Carlos in 1666 and formation real de San Joseph. Description of San Carlos church and other structures. Advantages of having established beneficio de metales at San Carlos. Suggestion of miners working metals in their own home in areas nearer to mines. explains how to contruct a galeme. Control of silver and transport to San Luis Potosi treasury. Noriega charges list of witnesses is incomplete, and agrees to provide documents to Bucareli. Testimonies on metal profits, Nava's conduct, discussion of abundances of metal, wood, water, ovens, transport costs, and amount of metal resulting after processing. List of owners on mines, number of workers on each, and ounces extracted per load (Leyes) of metal, and economic class of miners. List of depopulated mines. Also list of owners of patentes, galemes, and metal processing equipment (basso, dissetisor) according to location. Ocotillo and Barreta listed as most abundant wood for processing metals. Discusses price of production relative to output of metal. (L. L. Woodward, October 1988)
Persons
Platas, Joaquin de
Bucareli, Antonio Maria de (Virrey)
Noriega, Melchor de
Tubiaun, Thomas de
Alvarez de Nava, Simon
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente (Administrador de Alcavala)
Esquibel, Manuel Joseph de
Gomes, Francisco
Fernandes, Alexo (Capitan)
Inchaurregui, Mateo
Garcia, Antonio
Luna, Phelipe de (Licenciado)
Pliego, Joseph de
Ponze, Bernardo
Bargas, Victor de
Solorza, Lorenzo
Santos, Juan de los
Cienfuegos, Francisco
Galindo, Josef
Canchola, Pedro
Sanches, Diego
Barreda, Julian
Gorraez, Joseph de
Muniz, Juan de
Saldana, Basilio (Vecino)
Trevino, Xavier (Teniente)
Zevallos, Joseph Miguel
Gallegos, Rafael
Luna, Joseph Yvaldo de
Quinos, Juan
Lucio, Juan
Armario, Phelipe de
Sanchez, Joseph
Villafana, Nicolas de
Sanchez, Francisco Xavier
Tapia, Pedro de
Rodriguez, Nicolas
Balderas, Joseph Maria (Vecino)
Theran, Phelipe
Cuevas, Joseph de
Cardena, Francisco
Gonzalez, Ignacio
Cordova, Francisco de
Morales, Joseph
Votres, Mathias de
Bargas, Miguel de
Alcala, Antonio de
Mogro Noriega, Zeledonio
Barrera, Julian
Larrazabal, Francisco
Carranza, Francisco
Origuela, Juan Antonio
Mozan, Francisco
Garcia, Alonzo
Rodriguez, Juan Chrisostomo
Rocha, Phelipe de
Torres, Lucas de
Silverio, Luis
Casino, (Fulano)
Gonzales, Joseph Joachin
Quixano, Antonio de
Urzaga, Domingo de (Capitan)
Garcia, Felipe
Places
Croix, San Nicolas de (Real)
Tamaulipa (Sierra)
Nuevo Santander (Villa)
San Carlos (Villa)
Santa Fee
San Vicente (Minas)
Santa Rosalia (Minas)
Zacatecas (Minas)
Bolanos (Minas)
Guadalcazar (Minas)
Santisima Sacramento (Mina)
Ormigas, San Juan de las (Mina)
Jesus, Dulze Nombre de (Mina)
San Antonio (Mina)
Thadio, San Judas (Mina)
Santa Barbara (Mina)
Escondida, Santa Maria la (Mina)
Nuevo Leon
Guemes
Padilla
Santander
Burgos
Linares (Villa)
Cruillas
San Joseph (Real)
Animas
Soledad, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Luz, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Espiritu Santo (Mina)
Ave Maria (Mina)
Guadalupe, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Los Pastores (Mina)
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de la (Mina)
Cinco Senores (Mina)
Senor San Joseph (Mina)
San Joseph (Mina)
Xepomusno, San Juan (Mina)
La Encarnacion (Mina)
San Pedro (Cerro)
Buenavista, San Antonio de (Mina)
Padua, San Antonio de (Mina)
Los Santos Inosentes (Mina)
Carmen, Nuestra Senora de (Mina)
San Francisco Xavier (Mina)
Jesus, Maria, y Joseph (Mina)
San Rafael (Mina)
Las Vivoras (Mina)
Santo Domingo, la Cruz de (Mina)
Agua El Panal
Monilla
Fraile (Arroyo)
El Diente (Canada)
Panito (Puerto)
Loma Berse (Paraje)
Cassiro (Paraje)
Zerro del Sacramento (Paraje) Hoyos
San Judas
San Lorenzo (Mina)
Tassay
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 140 ff. 168-236 exp. 4
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 140 ff. 168-236 exp. 4
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
14000005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Areceo
noriega
noriega
Muniz
Muniz
Person Last Name
Platas
Bucareli
Noriega
Tubiaun
Alvarez de Nava
Gonzales de Santianes
Esquibel
Gomes
Fernandes
Inchaurregui
Garcia
Luna
Pliego
Ponze
Bargas
Solorza
Santos
Cienfuegos
Galindo
Canchola
Sanches
Barreda
Gorraez
Muniz
Saldana
Trevino
Zevallos
Gallegos
Luna
Quinos
Lucio
Armario
Sanchez
Villafana
Sanchez
Tapia
Rodriguez
Balderas
Theran
Cuevas
Cardena
Gonzalez
Cordova
Morales
Votres
Bargas
Alcala
Mogro Noriega
Barrera
Larrazabal
Carranza
Origuela
Mozan
Garcia
Rodriguez
Rocha
Torres
Silverio
Casino
Gonzales
Quixano
Urzaga
Garcia
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-06-1666
End Date (repacked)
08-22-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/7823
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Testimonio de los autos, sobre la real cedula expedida enero 29, 1763 a cerca de la causa fromada den Nuevo Santander a Escandon.

Serial Number
041-03452
Title
Testimonio de los autos, sobre la real cedula expedida enero 29, 1763 a cerca de la causa fromada den Nuevo Santander a Escandon.
Author(s)
Arecheo
Valcarzel, Domingo
Gorraez, Joseph de
Date
00-00-1714
Date
05-20-1775
Documentation
Mexico. January 9, 1773 - May 20, 1775. 334p. Decreto. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Summary of testimonies about Escandon's record in completing orders to pacify and reduce Indians and settle Nuevo Santander by officers and settlers and their charges against him. Funds spent, mistreatment of Indians, assassination of 5 capitans, use of Indians to work Escandon's land, build his Palace, and increase his wealth. Real cedula ordering pacification of Nuevo Santander delayed in its completion. Activities of Escandon include use of military funds, Indians reduction, founding of 14 settlements with population count of number and families and troops in each (f.8); plus 6 more settlements founded which were not in original budget of 115,000p. Complaint of not achieving increased agricultural production in spite of having fertile land, water; availability of minerals and salt. History of Escandon's earlier military record, reopening of missions. Problems resulting from drought. Espenses of military salaries and sinodos to missionaries. Annual costs in pacification process. Cost of settling 15 families from canary islands in Texas (ff.17). Organization of troops and distribution among settlements; distribution of lands. Difficulty of defending property under Indian hostilities. Complaint that Escandon's soldiers instead of gathering Indians together killed them inhumanely when they asked for peace. Murder by capitan trasieria and soldiers of slave and silversmith not punished or investigated by Escandon; Escandon named capitans and paid them salaries of 500p. (ff.33). Alvares' attempts at populating Rio Verde, movement of people, costs, problems with hostile Indians, mosquito plague (ff.56) order not to let Laredo capitan admit Apaches even though they offered peace (ff.57). Escandon prohibited commerce; payed soldiers in goods. Mining of silver without paying royal fifth (ff.63). Escandon has made few or no reducciones since 1746. List of 9 places on coast where Escandon says he has reduced total of 1,258 Indians and gives names of ethnic groups and number baptised in each location (ff.64). Service record of Escandon since he began service in Yucatan, distinguished service in Sierra Gorda as sargento mayor, teniente until 1746 (ff.68). Provides total inventory of livestock in 20 settlements. Movement of Escandon (Villa), Reynosa, and Burgos settlers to new Parajes (nuezes, Tetillas, Encinos). Molina reinstated as capitan; Barbara Resendi's complaints against Escandon (ff.83)(ff125). Charges against fray Garcia as being hipocrite receiving double salary (ff.91) description of reason for failure of mission for Cocos in San Saba due to murder of missionaries (ff.112). Apaches do not want to be reduced, only want peace and commerce with Spanish (ff.113). Even when they offer peace, Escandon gives them motives to be insolent. Murder at Rancheria of smallpox infected and other Indians by capitan went unpunished (ff.120). Massacre of Janambres on road to Horcasitas (ff 121). Paz not punished for murder of Indians (ff.122). Guevarra's murder of reduced Indians of mission of Santander unpunished. Cordova's mistreatment of Indians in Rio Frio (ff.124). Use of Indians Sihui, janambre as work force, Indian death due to hard labor (ff.125). Attempt to reduce Pames threatening to drive them to the coast. Indians paid 4p month plus rations for corn growing and also grew their own crops (ff.131). Escandon allowed people exemption from debts in order to populate settlements. Escandon's appointing as capitans convicted murder. Escandon refused to release Sanches Borriego who was involved in riot of Coahuila to Serma. Two destructions of Pizones' church in Santa Rossa and Taumave missions. Taking of Indian lands to give to Carmelita priests for 10 years. No payment of Diezmos for farmland; Diezmos payments of hollas, Mier, and Revilla. Escandon nor captain Vasques Borrego payed Diezmos for their large cattle haciendas. Gives cost of campaign against Indians of north and Apaches who attacked Taguacanas. Defense of Escandon's choice of capitans and families to populate settlement in that it is difficult to find cultivated people like those from the capital--they must come from the provinces. Description of Tanambre November 1754 destruction of mission Ruvoroso near Escandon; only 4 escaped including missionary. Complaint of Tanambres robbing, Murdering. Escandon captured tamambre rebles and sent them to Querataro prison. Tamambres and Tonases sent to Querataro as labors, servants and for convents. Marcos Molino's case in which he worked for Hidalgo for 15 years without payment. (ff.163) use of hard labor as punishment as well as death sentence. (L. L. Woodward, November 1988)
Persons
Pas, Gregorio de (Capitan)
Arecheo
Escandon, Joseph (Coronel)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Croix, Marques de
Palacio, Juan Fernando (Mariscal de Campo)
Osario, Josef (Licenciado)
Cornide, Diego (Asesor General)
Hortiz de Landasuni, Thomas
Gorraes, Joseph de
Sarasa, Francisco
Guerrero de Ardila, Gabriel
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Diaz, Feliciano (Cavo)
Barverena, Juan Francisco
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor de la Guerra)
Tienda de Cuervo, Joseph (Capitan)
Lopes, Augustin (Ingeniero)
Andreu, Antonio de (Fiscal)
Canesilla, Lazaro (Indio)
Iglecias, Augustin de (Coronel)
Rodriguez Gallando, Josef Rafael (Licenciado)
Garza, Blas Maria de la (Capitan)
Trasierra, Josef (Capitan)
Samora, Josef de
Rivero, Domingo (Platero)
Gerina, Joseph Vicente (Capitan)
Plata, Francisco de la
Gonzales Santianez, Vizente
Cerna (Capitan)
Pachon (Tanambre)(Capitan)
Urzaga, Domingo de (Capitan)
Mata, Juan de (Indio)
Sonia, Salvador Manuel (Vecino)
Lucia, Juan (Vecino)
Cordova, Miguel de (Capitan)
Baptista, Manuel (Pison)
Molina, Marcos (Pison)
Arroyo, Juan de
Escafadillo, Josef de (Capitan)
Penilla, Manuel de la
Medrano, Josef Frans Ysidro
Gallegos, Julian
Hidalgo, Lorenzo
Perchero, Francisco El (Meco)
Cruz, Antonio de la
Ponze de Leon, Vizente
Roxo, Juan Antonio (Capitan)
Escoltero, Antonio Ricardo
Lopes de Lara, Josef
Ysaguirre, Andres
Aguilar, Thomas de
Gallegos, Alexandro
Vertis y Ontanor, Juan Josef
Elguera Castillo, Antonio de la (Capitan)
Caxafuerte, Marques de
Vizarron y Equiarreta, Juan Antonio de
Urtiaga, Josef de
Malo de Villavisensio, Pedro
Villalpando, Joachin de
Trivino, Marcelino
Serma, Miguel de (Gobernador)
Basques Borrego, Josef (Capitan)
Sanchez, Thomas (Capitan)
Guerra, Vizente (Vecino)
Camara (Ingeniero)
Alvares, Nicolas (Capitan)
Amarillas, Marques de los
Rodrigues de Rivas, Diego
Fernandes de Tauregui, Josef Antonio
Hernandez, Francisco
Ladron de Guevara, Antonio
Soto Troncoso, Francisco de
Fuenclara, Conde de (Virrey)
Rivas, Diego (Obispo)
Siprian, Ignacio Antonio (Fray)
Puga, Antonio de (Capitan)
Velarde, Juan Antonio (Fiscal)
Resendi, Maria Barbara
Resendi, Maximiliano
Olvera, Catharina de
Pereda, Bernardo (Teniente Coronel)
Rivera Maldonado, Juan de (Capitan Comandante)
Villalva, Juan de (Capitan General)
Samora, Andres
Cruz, Salvador
Gutierres, Christoval
Galvez, Joseph
Garcia, Josef Joachin (Fray)
Blanco (Padre)
Aranda, Marques de
Troncoco, Francisco (Alcalde Mayor)
Pizana
Masoni, Juan Josef (Gobernador)
Espinoza, Antonio de (Doctor)
Salazar, Francisco Xavier de (Fray)
Peres, Bernardo
Llata, Francisco de la
Moctezuma, Felipe Miguel de
Mansilla
Valdivieso, Fuastino
Zusuarregui, Juan Maria de (Capitan)
Bernal, Juanchin
Hinojosa, Juan de
Gonzales Paredes, Pedro Joseph
Alvares, Nicolas
Alvares, Gregorio
Zepeda, Miguel de
Castro, Miguel de
Ximenez, Bacilio (Sargento)
Pozana, Alexandro (Sargento)
Olvera, Christoval Josef
Ortiz, Toribio
Mendez, Xavier
Henrrigues, Juan
Roque, Mateo
Casela, Joseph Lucio (Licenciado)
Valcarcel, Domingo
Bucareli (Baylio)
Garcia, Pedro
Bueno, Mariano
Sanches Barrego, Joseph
Aro, Juan de
Diaz, Thadeo
Samora, Xavier
Places
Hoyos (Villa)
Queretaro (Ciudad)
Nuevo Santander (Colonia)
San Cristobal (Serro)
Portugal (Colonia)
Media Luna (Paraje)
Veracruz (Ciudad)
Rio Verde
Soto la Marina
Pacula
Tampico (Barra)
Fuenclara
Espiritu Santo, Bahia de (Presidio)
Guadalupe
Sierra Gorda
Pachuca, San Diego de
Liera
Xalpa
Guemes
Horcasitas
Padilla
Roca de Leones, San Pedro de (Real)
Landa
Tilaco
Tancoyal
Aguayo
Conea
Santander
San Fernando (Villa)
Camargo
Burgos
Santa Barbara
Infantes (Real)
Revilla
Reynosa (Villa)
Mier
Laredo
Borbon (Real)
San Nicolas
Palmillas, la Divina Pastora
Taumave
Michoacan
Vizarron, San Joseph
Pena Millera
Herrera
Canarias (Islas)
Texas
San Sava (Presidio)
San Xavier (Rio)
Sonora
Santillana (Villa)
Adaes (Presidio)
Bejar, San Antonio (Presidio)
Dolores, Nuestra Senora de los
Nayarit
Nuevo Mexico
Coahuila
Californias
Serralvo (Presidio)
Valles (Villa)
Panuco
San Antonio (Rio)
Nuezes (Rio)
Musipi (Rio)
Tontoyuca
Tamaulipas
San Juan Baptista
Santa Rossa (Pueblo)
Norte (Rio)
Flores (Llano)
Santa Dorotea (Paraje)
Xamatan
Rio Frio
Guadalcazar
Guayalejo
San Carlos (Villa)
Charcas
Campeche
Pozo (Hacienda)
Dolores (Hacienda)
Taumave, San Juan Baptista del (Mision)
Guadalaxara
Llanos, San Antonio de los (Pueblo)
Cantaro, El Paso de
Moros (Paraje)
Grande (Rio)
Tetillas
Cruillas
Zacatecas, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Bersebu, San Nicolas de
Tanaulipa, San Josef
Croix (Villa)
San Luis Potosi
Matahuala
Rio Blanco
San Phelipe (Mision)
Yucatan
Conca
San Nicolas la Divina Pastora
Escandon (Villa)
Balmaseda (Villa)
Hermosillo
Tecosautla
Cay (Villa)
Alcantara
Calatrava
Santiago
Cerrelvo (Presidio)
Misisipi (Rio)
Taguacanas (Presidio)
Ruvorosa, Nuestra Senora de la Luz de (Mision)
Santa Fee
Altamaria (Villa)
Guaralejo (Rio)
San Josef
Ethnic Groups
Bocas Prietas
Tamaulipenos
Malinchenos
Olives
Palahuegues
Ingleses
Mecos
Chichimecos
Pames
Apaches
Huastecos
Panhuayes
Tanambres
Pizones
Tonaces
Sihuis
Tlascaltecas
Cocos
Military Groups
Queretaro, Reximiento Miliciano de
Cavallos de Encomenderos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 138 ff. 001-167 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 138 ff. 001-167 exp. 3
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
13800003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Arecheo
Valcarzel
Valcarzel
Gorraez
Person Last Name
Pas
Arecheo
Escandon
Bucareli y Ursua
Croix
Palacio
Osario
Cornide
Hortiz de Landasuni
Gorraes
Sarasa
Guerrero de Ardila
Revilla Gigedo
Diaz
Barverena
Altamira
Tienda de Cuervo
Lopes
Andreu
Canesilla
Iglecias
Rodriguez Gallando
Garza
Trasierra
Samora
Rivero
Gerina
Plata
Gonzales Santianez
Cerna
Pachon
Urzaga
Mata
Sonia
Lucia
Cordova
Baptista
Molina
Arroyo
Escafadillo
Penilla
Medrano
Gallegos
Hidalgo
Perchero
Cruz
Ponze de Leon
Roxo
Escoltero
Lopes de Lara
Ysaguirre
Aguilar
Gallegos
Vertis y Ontanor
Elguera Castillo
Caxafuerte
Vizarron y Equiarreta
Urtiaga
Malo de Villavisensio
Villalpando
Trivino
Serma
Basques Borrego
Sanchez
Guerra
Camara
Alvares
Amarillas
Rodrigues de Rivas
Fernandes de Tauregui
Hernandez
Ladron de Guevara
Soto Troncoso
Fuenclara
Rivas
Siprian
Puga
Velarde
Resendi
Resendi
Olvera
Pereda
Rivera Maldonado
Villalva
Samora
Cruz
Gutierres
Galvez
Garcia
Blanco
Aranda
Troncoco
Pizana
Masoni
Espinoza
Salazar
Peres
Llata
Moctezuma
Mansilla
Valdivieso
Zusuarregui
Bernal
Hinojosa
Gonzales Paredes
Alvares
Alvares
Zepeda
Castro
Ximenez
Pozana
Olvera
Ortiz
Mendez
Henrrigues
Roque
Casela
Valcarcel
Bucareli
Garcia
Bueno
Sanches Barrego
Aro
Diaz
Samora
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
1714
End Date (repacked)
05-20-1775
Type
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Series of letters about administration and reorganization of presidios and some mines, between Gatuno and the viceroy

Serial Number
041-03221
Title
Series of letters about administration and reorganization of presidios and some mines, between Gatuno and the viceroy
Author(s)
Serratos, Antonio
Gatuno y Lemus, Xavier de (Capitan)
Date
10-01-1756
Date
12-18-1762
Documentation
Mexico. October 1, 1756-December 18, 1762. 42p. Letters, informes, autos, peticiones. Originals, signed.
Summary
Concerns Series of letters giving notice of Indians idolatry, captain leader is requested for presidio of Santa Barbara, soldiers arrested for disorderly conduct, autos sent to viceroy, silver output is sent to caja real, governor of village is killed by Indians, informs about undisciplined military officials, Indians mistreated by military, Lemus request more control for presidio officials. (M. Marroquin, April 1989)
Persons
Serratos, Antonio (Comandante)
Acuna (General)
Gatuno, Francisco
Rio Arguelles, Joseph del
Gatuno y Lemus, Joseph Xavier
Mendez de Liebano, Luis
Ayllon, Pedro Pablo de
Mendez, Luis (Teniente)
Camacho, Pedro (Teniente)
French, Patricio
Places
Nayarit, San Joseph del (Provincia)
Mar del Sur
Santa Barbara (Presidio)
Francisco Xavier (Presidio)
Guaynamota (Pueblo)
San Francisco (Minas)
Guadalaxara
Ychcatan (Pueblo)
Tonati (Presidio)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 127 ff. 001-042
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 127 ff. 001-042
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents are notices only. Documents bear little information.
Reference Number
12700001
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Serratos
Gatuno y Lemus
Person Last Name
Serratos
Acuna
Gatuno
Rio Arguelles
Gatuno y Lemus
Mendez de Liebano
Ayllon
Mendez
Camacho
French
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-01-1756
End Date (repacked)
12-18-1762
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Correspondence between Ussel y Guimbarda and virrey concerning affairs in Nuevo Leon.

Serial Number
041-02920
Title
Correspondence between Ussel y Guimbarda and virrey concerning affairs in Nuevo Leon.
Author(s)
Ussel y Guimbarda, Ygnacio (Gobernador)
Cruillas, Marques de (Virrey)
Date
00-00-1749
Date
12-22-1764
Documentation
Nuevo Leon. May 5, 1764-December 22, 1764. 32p. Letters, service records. Signed. Unsigned. Originals.
Summary
Correspondence in which Ussel y Guimbarda communicates news governorship; drought occurring in Nuevo Leon, its detrimental effects on corn crop, cattle, squadron well-dressed thanks to Urresti, Siguis attacking frequently along Rio Blanco; Indians at missions in governor's charge behaving peacefully, converting, mine at Yguana producing, though silver scarcer, administrative problems at mine; establishment of British 'comercio' along coast; 'libretas de Vita et moribus' of presidio officers, Urresti, Martiarena, Queclas; inspection records of compania de dragones of same presidio; letters from virrey responding to those from governor and others. (L. Kerr, December 1988)
Persons
Ussel y Guimbarda, Ygnacio (Gobernador)
Cruillas, Marques de (Virrey)
Urresti, Antonio de (General)
Baeza Trevino, Joseph Lorenzo (Capellan)
Martiarena, Juan Miguel (Teniente)
Queclas, Gines (Alferez)
Castillo de Aysa, Marques
Places
Nuevo Santander
Rio Blanco
Pansacola
Tampico (Cortas)
Panico (Cortas)
Escandon (Cortas)
Yguana (Real)
Panuco (Costa)
Tampico (Costa)
Monterey (Ciudad)
Ethnic Groups
Siguis
Ingleses
Military Groups
Nuevo Leon, Compania de Dragones del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 109 ff. 304-320 exp. 5
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 109 ff. 304-320 exp. 5
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some margins cut.
Reference Number
10900013
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Ussel y Guimbarda
Cruillas
Person Last Name
Ussel y Guimbarda
Cruillas
Urresti
Baeza Trevino
Martiarena
Queclas
Castillo de Aysa
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
1749
End Date (repacked)
12-22-1764
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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Correspondence concerning military affairs, mining in Nuevo Leon, 1756-1758.

Serial Number
041-02914
Title
Correspondence concerning military affairs, mining in Nuevo Leon, 1756-1758.
Author(s)
Barrio Junco y Espriella, Pedro (Gobernador)
Urresti, Antonio de
Date
05-09-1755
Date
12-07-1758
Documentation
Nuevo Leon. January 2, 1756 - December 7, 1758. 82p. Letters, indice. Relacion. Minutas. Copies. Originals. Signed, unsigned.
Summary
Correspondence concerning: statements summarizing testimony on various subjects; re-establishment of mission; problems created when pacified Indians subjected to 'revistas', order passed halting 'revistas' due to violence engendered, otherwise smooth progression of pacification and reduction in province; state of Indians at missions, poor relations between neighboring Indian groups due to death of one chief, request for military assistance in order to secure peace; collection of taxes from various individuals; edict that soldiers enter churches with 'cabello suelto'; 'indice de cartas', with brief summary of topics discussed in expediente; lack of 'papel sellado'; establishment of 'pueblos' and need for military protection; desertion by soldiers in Coahuila; examination of 'cuadernos de autos' in order to determine reasons for 'excesos' committed by squadron at hacienda; military assistance need in Coahuila and Texas to defend against Apaches; discovery of mine, its effect upon growth of economy in area; discussion of metals, silver found in other mines, quality and quantity. (L. Kerr, November 1988)
Persons
Barrio Junco y Espriella, Pedro del (Gobernador)
Primo, Pedro (Regidor Alferez)
Urresti, Antonio de
Ladron de Guevara, Antonio (Sargento)
Ahumada, Augustin de (Marques) (Virrey)
Junco, Julian de
Ramirez de la Piscina, Manuel (Capitan)
Ravago, Phelipe
Unsaga Ybarrola, Domingo
Munoz y Villavizencio, Juan Manuel (Gobernador)
Navarrete, Angel Martos (Gobernador)
Ortiz Parrilla, Juan Diego (Capitan)
Places
Queretero (Ciudad)
Pilon
Linares
Texas
Vexar (Presidio)
Monterrey (Ciudad)
Gualegas (Mision)
Nuevo Leon
Concepcion (Mision)
Rio Blanco, Santa Maria de (Paraje)
Sonora
Sinaloa
Pansacola
Tris, Ysla de
Nuevo Santander
Californias
Nayarit
Coahuila
Vallecillo (Hacienda)
Rinconada (Paraje)
San Sava (Presidio)
San Luis Potosi
Saltillo
Boladora (Mina)
Zacatecas
Santiago de la Savina (Real)
Yguana (Mina)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 109 ff. 114-155 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 109 ff. 114-155 exp. 3
Language
Spanish
Notes
Margins cut on some, not in strict chronological order.
Reference Number
10900007
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Barrio Junco y Espriella
Urresti
Person Last Name
Barrio Junco y Espriella
Primo
Urresti
Ladron de Guevara
Ahumada
Junco
Ramirez de la Piscina
Ravago
Unsaga Ybarrola
Munoz y Villavizencio
Navarrete
Ortiz Parrilla
Beginning Date Month
May
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-09-1755
End Date (repacked)
12-07-1758
Type
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Notes from Cruillas? to Tienda concerning various administrative matters.

Serial Number
041-02161
Title
Notes from Cruillas? to Tienda concerning various administrative matters.
Date
02-05-1762
Date
12-06-1762
Documentation
Mexico. February 5, 1762. 25p. notes
Summary
Cruilla (?) Acknowledges being informed of military attack to Seri Rancheria; acknowledges status of silver mines, and urges Tienda to encourage mine workers. Other notes concern reconstruction, bad situation of Cananea's mines, Apache depredations, and reduccion of Sobaypuris in Tucson. Cruillas also acknowledges information about ship seen near Culiacan and presence of epidemic in fronteras. (J. Tapia, may, 1988)
Persons
Tienda de Cuervo, Joseph
Vildosola, Gabriel de (Capitan)
Chepillo (Indio)
Ansa (Capitan)
Gonzales, Francisco Elias (Capitan)
Pineda, Juan de
Alonso (Padre)
Places
Zerro Prieto
Antunez (Paraje)
Huerta, San Antonio de la
Aguage (Real)
Zaracache (Real)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Cananea
Sierra Blanca (Valle)
Tubac (Presidio)
Tucson (Paraje)
San Xavier del Bac (Mision)
Soyopa
Comuripa
Fronteras (Presidio)
Culiacan
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Pimas
Subaypuris
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 086 ff. 219-240 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 086 ff. 219-240 exp. 3
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
8600033
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Tienda de Cuervo
Vildosola
Chepillo
Ansa
Gonzales
Pineda
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-05-1762
End Date (repacked)
12-06-1762
Type
Text
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Oficios del comandante general de Provincias Internas y respuestas del virrey

Serial Number
041-01773
Title
Oficios del comandante general de Provincias Internas y respuestas del virrey
Author(s)
Croix, Teodoro Francisco de (Comandante General de Provincias Internas)
Date
04-08-1777
Date
08-11-1777
Documentation
Mexico, April 8, 1777. 64p. Letters. Oficios. Signed.
Summary
Documents relating to archives of area of Provincias Internas requested by Caballero de Croix new appointee of king to be comandante general. These documents include every aspect of life in such provinces going back many years. (A. Dell'acqua, March 1988)
Persons
Croix, Teodoro Francisco (Comandante General)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Bonilla, Antonio (Secretario)
Oconor, Hugo (Visitador Militar)
Bonilla, Antonio (Ayudante Inspector)
Medina, Enrique (Ayudante Inspector)
Ruby, Marquez de
Berroteran, Joseph de (Capitan)
Rabago, Pedro de (Gobernador)
Rivera, Pedro de (Brigadier)
Rodriguez Gallardo, Rafael (Licenciado)
Cruillas, Marquez de (Virrey)
Revillagigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Velez Cachupin, Thomas (Gobernador)
Ortiz Parrilla, Diego (Brigadier)
Croix, Marquez de (Virrey)
Cuellar, Lope de (Coronel)
Galvez, Bernardo de (Coronel)
Lajona, Nicolas (Ingeniero)
Rabago, Pedro de (Gobernador)
Cancio, Lorenzo (Capitan)
Pinedan, Juan Claudio de (Gobernador)
Crespo, Francisco (Coronel)
Galvez, Joseph de (Visitador General)
Munoz, Manuel (Teniente Coronel)
Martinez de Soria, Juan
Gamboa, Francisco Xavier
Hijosa, Francisco (Comisario)
Neve, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Capitan)
Tienda de Cuervo, Joseph (Gobernador)
Gorraez, Joseph
Places
Sonora (Provincia)
Texas (Provincia)
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Coaguila (Provincia)
Carrizo (Mision)
Nueva Vizcaya)
Bahia (Presidio)
Principe (Presidio)
Colorado (Rio)
Mapimi (Bolson)
Bano (Sierra)
Janos (Presidio)
Conchos (Rio)
Buenaventura (Presidio)
Moqui (Provincia)
Gila (Rio)
Saltillo
Parras
Alamos
Monclova, Santiago de la
Orcoquisac (Presidio)
Topia (Mision)
Tepehuan (Mision)
Nuevo Reyno de Leon
Malaquitas (Islas)
San Sabas (Provincia)
Nombre de Dios (Villa)
San Blas (Puerto)
Ethnic Groups
Lipanes
Tulimenos
Pimas
Apaches
Moquis
Pames
Military Groups
Paso del norte, Milicias del Pueblo del
Chiguagua, Companias Volantes de
Sonora, Companias Volantes de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 074 ff. 026-057
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 074 ff. 026-057
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. 0052-0056 are illegible.
Reference Number
7400002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Croix
Bucareli y Ursua
Bonilla
Oconor
Bonilla
Medina
Ruby
Berroteran
Rabago
Rivera
Rodriguez Gallardo
Cruillas
Revillagigedo
Velez Cachupin
Ortiz Parrilla
Croix
Cuellar
Galvez
Lajona
Rabago
Cancio
Pinedan
Crespo
Galvez
Munoz
Martinez de Soria
Gamboa
Hijosa
Neve
Serra
Rivera y Moncada
Tienda de Cuervo
Gorraez
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-08-1777
End Date (repacked)
08-11-1777
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6120
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
Collections
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