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Reyes and Ugarte y Loyola submit informes to Galvez noting disastrous condition of missions and towns. Proposal for creation of custodia de San Carlos and movement of capital to Ures.

Serial Number
041-05645
Title
Reyes and Ugarte y Loyola submit informes to Galvez noting disastrous condition of missions and towns. Proposal for creation of custodia de San Carlos and movement of capital to Ures.
Author(s)
Reyes, Antonio de las
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
08-27-1783
Date
07-13-1787
Documentation
Ures, Arispe, chihuagua, Madrid. July 13, 1787 - August 27, 1783. 32p. Informes. Signed, copies.
Summary
Reyes and Ugarte y Loyola submit informes to Galvez noting disastrous condition of missions and towns. Proposal to create Custodia de San Carlos and movement of capital to Ures. Reyes reports having walked to Arispe, seeing 14 mission towns, their churches and houses almost in ruins. Reports that Indians are without respect and obedience to their priests. Spoke with comandante general who shared bishop's goal of saving important province of Sonora from ruin. The two make plans for founding Custodia de San Carlos, rebuilding churches, missionaries' homes and cultivating of lands. Reyes asks that Galvez publish such a mandate to motivate Indians and Spaniards to work and pay administrative fees. Reports of prison being built (materials used included) but other spendings and buildings ordered by king will be lost. Describes Arispe terrain as sterile and without pasture and with little water, wood, and other building materials. In contrast, Vega de Ures is described as very fertile. These two locations along with Banamichi are evaluated as potential capital sites. Specific administrative plans for leaders and governing regulations. Indian drunkenness and spies are mentioned. (J. Hiller, June 1989)
Persons
Galvez, Joseph de
Reyes, Antonio de las (Obispo)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Merino, Manuel
Neve, Phelipe de
Rengel, Joseph Antonio
Croix, Teodoro de
Fernandez de Cordova, Francisco
Places
Camoa (Mision)
Arispe
San Carlos
Vega de Ures
Banamiche (Pueblo)
Buenavista (Presidio)
Aranjuez
Orcasitas
Cieneguilla (Real)
Pimeria Alta
Nacameri
Opata (Pueblo)
Opodepe
Tuape
Cucurpe
Dolores (Hacienda)
Pimas de San Ygnacio (Pueblo)
Ymuris
Cocopera
Calabazas
Tupson (Presidio)
San Xavier
Petic
Chihuagua
Gracia, San Joseph de
Los Alamos
Xacales
San Lucas (Cabo)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 254 ff. 083-098
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 254 ff. 083-098
Language
Spanish
Notes
Appears as expediente 6 in indice del ramo.
Reference Number
25400006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Reyes
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Galvez
Reyes
Ugarte y Loyola
Merino
Neve
Rengel
Croix
Fernandez de Cordova
Beginning Date Month
August
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
08-27-1783
End Date (repacked)
07-13-1787
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12880
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Concha informs of New Mexico's state of troops and enemies and effective means for the containment of these foes.

Serial Number
041-05641
Title
Concha informs of New Mexico's state of troops and enemies and effective means for the containment of these foes.
Author(s)
Concha, Fernando de la
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
09-17-1788
Date
04-06-1789
Documentation
Mexico/santa Fe. September 17, 1788 - April 6, 1789. 32p. Informes. Originals/signed.
Summary
Concha states that Mimbrenos, Gilenos, Apaches, Faraones, Navajos, Yutas and Cumanches are present in New Mexico --the latter two being numerous and strong. Provincia composed of 8 jurisdictions. Reports that town Indians are applied workers that cultivate carefully their lands, selling part of their crops, and dressing selves with fabricated textiles. Indians reported to enjoy a comfort greater than in anywhere in the two Americas. Indians also credited as robust and agile in war. Notes that Spanish population, much more numerous, is equally dedicated to agriculture and care of livestock. Women weave cotton and wool skillfully. Notes snowy Weather conditions. Provincias, use of bartering and coins called pesos de la tierra. Reports that residents and Indians are very obedient in military campaigns; however, they are not richly provided for. Indians lack instruction from missions while Spanish have little. Description of makeup and excellent quality of troops in provincia. Notes advantages of alliance with Cumanches, Nabajoes, Yutas to unite against common Apache enemy. Geographic and military plans of two summer campaigns which utilize Allied Indian nations. (J. Hiller, may 1989)
Persons
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Neve, Phelipe de
Baptista de Anssa, Juan (Coronel)
Delgado, Manuel (Teniente)
Flores, Manuel Antonio de
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante)
Bonilla, Antonio
Places
Nueva Vizcaya
Chihuahua
El Passo del Norte (Presidio)
Acome (Mision)
Laguna (Mision)
Zuni (Mision)
Gila (Sierras)
Magdalena (Sierra)
El Passo (Pueblo)
Rio Grande del Norte
Mimbres (Sierra)
Santa Fe
Ethnic Groups
Mimbrenos
Gilenos
Apaches
Faraones
Navajoes
Yutas
Cumanches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 254 ff. 008-023
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 254 ff. 008-023
Language
Spanish
Notes
Appears as expediente 2 in indice del ramo.
Reference Number
25400002
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Concha
Ugarte y Loyola
Person Last Name
Concha
Neve
Baptista de Anssa
Delgado
Flores
Ugarte y Loyola
Bonilla
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-17-1788
End Date (repacked)
04-06-1789
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Documents concerning J.E. Serna's professional misconduct.

Serial Number
041-05458
Title
Documents concerning J.E. Serna's professional misconduct.
Author(s)
Alba, Pedro de
Yxart, Francisco (Gobernador)
Gonzales de Paredes, Jose Thomas
and others
Date
12-22-1803
Date
09-05-1804
Documentation
Presas, San Carlos. December 22, 1803 to September 5, 1804. 34p. Letters, peticion. Signed.
Summary
Vague documents concerning civilian complaint of rule forbidding cutting wood on land around Presas, apparently claimed by J.e. Serna; wood needed to build houses. Serna asks time off for his health. Long, literate letter by Gonzales de Paredes, signed by all members of Milicia, some vecinos, indicting Serna for incompetence, arrogance. Serna arrested in San Carlos for disobeying Yxart's order to appear in court (in Presas), but soon released. (A. Dean, July 1989)
Persons
Alba, Pedro de
Blanco, Jose Antonio
Serna, Jose Estevan (Teniente)
Serna, Blas de la (Sargento)
Bataller
Paredes, Tomas (Alferez)
Yxart, Francisco (Gobernador)
Serna, Jose Visente de la (Capitan)
Iturrigaray, Jose (Virrey)
Paredes, Josefa
Noriega, Juan de
Gonzales de Paredes, Jose Thomas (Alferez)
Serna, Jose Vicente de la (Capitan)
Paredes, Jose Miguel (Sargento)
Yenez, Jose Antonio (Sargento)
Davila, Sirilo (Cabo)
Silva, Juan Antonio de (Cabo)
Yturde E Yraeta, Manuel de
Espino, Jose Maria
Places
San Carlos
Presas del Rey
San Luis Potosi
Nuevo Santander
Military Groups
Nuevo Santander, Milicias Provinciales del
Corona, Infanteria del Regimento de la
Nuevo Santander, Caballeria de Frontera del
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 245 Part I, ff. 129-145
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 245 Part I, ff. 129-14
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios not numbered, not chronological, part of some pages lost in gutter.
Reference Number
24500006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Alba
Yxart
Gonzales de Paredes
Gonzales de Paredes
Person Last Name
Alba
Blanco
Serna
Serna
Bataller
Paredes
Yxart
Serna
Iturrigaray
Paredes
Noriega
Gonzales de Paredes
Serna
Paredes
Yenez
Davila
Silva
Yturde E Yraeta
Espino
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-22-1803
End Date (repacked)
09-05-1804
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.

Serial Number
041-05255
Title
Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.
Author(s)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Date
03-20-1775
Date
06-08-1776
Documentation
March 20, 1775. 102p. Letters. Informes. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Correspondence between viceroy, Garces and de Anza concerning Garces's explorations in upper Colorado River with attachment of letters from fray Escalante about Zunis and area in case Garces travels to New Mexico from Colorado River. Accounts by de Anza on expedition to California, his turning command over to comandante Moncada, refusal of Moncada to travel to San Francisco to explore area for establishment of presidio and missions, de Anza travels with teniente Moraga, one priest and eight soldiers to explore San Francisco bay. de Anza gives an rich description of bay with its good soil, abundance of water, pastures, and wild animals and fish, meeting with Indians who fish with nets and use of balses made with reeds to cross bay and fish. de Anza does not name Indians but describes them as gentle. He also describes area to be rich with woods from which construction of fort would be easy. de Anza establishes places where missions and presidio should be built returning to Monterrey where he requests meeting with Moncada without success. Serra meets with Anza preoccupied with moncadas' attitude with friars and families from Sinaloa, teniente Moraga in letter to Anza believes comandante Moncada has lost his mind which results in his not wanting to follow planned agenda. Documents about rebellion in San Diego are not very clear, de Anza also describes desertions of some muleskinners and two soldiers who steal some horses and moragas capture of desertors in Gila where de Anza punishes them with laboring in construction of presidio and missions in San Francisco. Anza informs viceroy about Garces return to Colorado River leaving him foodstuffs for his sustenance as Anza returns, also fray Exiarc returns with Anza to Tumacacori mission. Capitan Palma and three Yumas with accordance with his people attaches himself to Anza to travel to Mexico. Viceroy answers Anza letting him know he is displeased as Anza did not finish his comission as he left before construction of fort and missions began. (A. Dell'acqua, January 1988)
Persons
Velez de Escalante, Silvestre (Fray)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Comandante)
Fager, Pedro (Comandante)
Neve, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Francisco (Rebel Yuma Leader)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Gongora, Jose Maria (Sargento)
Moraga, Joaquin (Teniente)
Exiarc, Thomas (Fray)
Cambon, Pedro (Fray)
Ayala, Juan (Comandante de Paquebot)
Carlos (Cabecilla Rebelde de San Diego)
Fusten, Vizente (Fray)
Places
Las Juntas del Rio Colorado, San Pedro de (Sitio)
Sonora
Moqui (Provincia)
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Monterrey (Puerto)(Presidio)
San Gabriel (Mision)
San Francisco (Puerto)
San Luis (Mision)
San Diego (Puerto)(Mision)
Caborca (Mision)
Tumacacori (Mision)
San Fernando California (Golfo)
Horcasitas (Presidio)
Cantil Blanco (Sitio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
San Andres (Canada)
Regalado, San Pedro (Sitio)
Carmelo (Mision)
Chozas (Rancheria)
Ethnic Groups
Cajuenches
Vallacuamais
Cucapas
Pimas
Cocomaricopas
Moquis
Yumas
Tamajacis
Talchedumes
Zunis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some documents are illegible, some documents are out of sequence. no foliation within Volume.
Reference Number
23700009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Person Last Name
Velez de Escalante
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Rivera y Moncada
Fager
Neve
Francisco
Serra
Gongora
Moraga
Exiarc
Cambon
Ayala
Carlos
Fusten
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1775
End Date (repacked)
06-08-1776
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12489
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence between Almazan, governor Media villa and viceroy about reestablishment of presidio de Bahia del Espiritu Santo to healthier place.

Serial Number
041-05215
Title
Correspondence between Almazan, governor Media villa and viceroy about reestablishment of presidio de Bahia del Espiritu Santo to healthier place.
Author(s)
Perez de Almazan, Fernando (Capitan)
Date
07-11-1726
Date
12-09-1726
Documentation
Vexar, San Antonio de (presidio). July 11, 1726. 9p. Informes. Signed.
Summary
Letters relating to re-establishment of presidio and mission de la Bahia del Espiritu Santo to a healthier and better defensive place, capitan Bustillos communicates that Actual site has deteriorated to an irreparable manner lack of wood makes it impossible to repair also for fuel of families there is not enough wood, area is full of swamps and water is not as good. Capitan Bustillos also complains about lack of priest as president of missions refuse to send a religious guide to presidio. Capitan describes a new explored site with plenty of wood, water and rocks to be utilized for construction, two creeks to provide with drinking water and irrigation of lands and site being only six leagues from bay stressing defensive emplacement. If viceroy desires such move it has to be carried out before winter. Capitan also participates arrival of convoy from presidio Adays and San Antonio four months after it left due to heavy rains. Comisario general of missions sends letter to presidente of missions by order of viceroy ordering him to send a priest to take charge of new mission built in new site of presidio of Bahia. (A. Dell'acqua, January 1988)
Persons
Perez de Almazan, Fernando (Capitan)
Media Villa y Azcona, Melchor (Gobernador)
Acuna, Juan de (Marquez de Casa Fuerte) (Virrey)
Bustillos Zevallos, Juan Antonio (Capitan)
Sevillano, Miguel (Fray)
Gonzales, Fernando Alonzo (Fray)
Places
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio)
Vexar, San Antonio del (Presidio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
Valero, San Antonio de (Mision)
Rio Grande (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Taranamis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 236 ff. 022-027
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 236 ff. 022-027
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some documents are illegible, too light.
Reference Number
23600003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Perez de Almazan
Media Villa y Azcona
Acuna
Bustillos Zevallos
Sevillano
Gonzales
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-11-1726
End Date (repacked)
12-09-1726
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12449
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Four groups of documents concerning new presidios and missions in Nueva California.

Serial Number
041-04668
Title
Four groups of documents concerning new presidios and missions in Nueva California.
Author(s)
Hijosa, Francisco
Costanjo, Miguel
Mora, Vicente de (Padre Presidente)
and others
Date
09-17-1773
Date
12-27-1774
Documentation
Loreto, San Diego, San Blas, Mexico. September 17, 1773 to December 27, 1774. 46p. Instancia. notas. Sketch. Providencia. Letters. Originals. Signed. Orders investigation of origin of piece of wood found on beach near carmelo mission (sketched in f. 58). Costanjo summarizes possibilities of Spanish and foreign ships in area. Discussion of what is known of asian techniques for ship construction. Final opinion is that mast is from paquebot san Josef. Ff. 63-67 concern occupation and foundation of San Francisco presidio. Troops to be chosen and come with moncada from Sonora. Details provided on supplies, routes, etc. For expedition through Sonora. Ff. 68-73 details provision of mules, cattle and other necessities for Monterrey and San Diego missions. Useful information on quantities, ultimate destinations, notice of receipts, specific ships' cargos and animal casualties in route. Ff. 74-78 is instancia by pp. Fr. Mora of need to inspect and register boxes of supplies destined to nueva California from vieja. Suspicions of thefts from his missions. explains delay in supplies reaching San Diego and Monterrey for lack of mules. (J. M. Johnson, June 1989)
Persons
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Capitan)
Fages, Pedro (Comandante)
Bucareli, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Serra, Frey Junipero (Padre Presidente)
Hijosa, Francisco
Canizares, Joseph (Capitan)
Revilla, Christobal de
Costanjo, Miguel
Moncada, Fernando de (Segundo Capitan)(Piloto)
Echeveste, Juan Joseph de (Comandante)
Gorrae, Josef
Garres (Padre)
Campa, Miguel de la (Padre)
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente)
Barri, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Rivera, Fernando de (Capitan)
Gerardo, Christobal
Mora, Visente (Padre Presidente)
Morales, Manuel
Espinosa, Manuel
Toledo, Antonio (Comisario Real)
Pangua, Francisco (?)
Ortega, Joseph Francisco (Sargento)
Carrillo, Mariano
Lopez de Toledo, Antonio (Comisario Real)
Areche
Pisson, Gaspar
Places
Carmelo (Rio) (Mision)
Monterrey, San Carlos de (Presidio)
Filipinas (Islas)
San Blas (Villa)
Sonora
Alamos (Real)
Tubac (Presidio)
China
Japon
Kamstchatka (Peninsula)
Asia
Sur (Departamento)
Nuevo Mexico (Colonia)
Canada
Hudson (Bahia)
California Setentrional
Gila (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
San Francisco (Puerto) (Rio)
San Fernando de Mexico (Colegio)
San Diego (Presidio) (Mision)
Comondu, San Jose
Jaqui (Rio)
Velicata, San Fernando de (Mision)
Loreto (Presidio)
Antigua California
Ethnic Groups
Ingleses
Asiaticos
Europeos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 211 ff. 056-078
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 211 ff. 056-078
Language
Spanish
Notes
Frame 58 is sketch of wood (determined to be ship's mast). Some frames interrupted, repeated or blank.
Reference Number
21100005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Hijosa
Costanjo
Mora
Mora
Person Last Name
Anza
Fages
Bucareli
Serra
Hijosa
Canizares
Revilla
Costanjo
Moncada
Echeveste
Gorrae
Garres
Campa
Corbalan
Barri
Rivera
Gerardo
Mora
Morales
Espinosa
Toledo
Pangua
Ortega
Carrillo
Lopez de Toledo
Areche
Pisson
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-17-1773
End Date (repacked)
12-27-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11902
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Informe by Soto on the population, agriculture, defense and necessities for development of lands and towns in Nueva California.

Serial Number
041-04666
Title
Informe by Soto on the population, agriculture, defense and necessities for development of lands and towns in Nueva California.
Author(s)
Soto, Manuel Antonio de (Contador de Armada)
Date
00-00-1768
Date
07-12-1774
Documentation
Mexico. June 22, 1774 to July 12, 1774. 50p. Informe. Original. Signed.
Summary
Very useful analysis of conditions of Nueva California with details as to funds and costs to be incurred by military and include - economic benefits and improvements in cattle raising, improvements in agriculture techniques and crops grown. Role of missionaries and changes due to and since Jesuit expulsion. Provisions to be supplied to Indians, settlers, military and missionaries; militia formation; housing and choosing community leaders; required annual inspection of establishments; work habits, recreation and rewards to combat idleness. Salt supply and transportation. Appeal to be made to viceroy to enforce law should clergy refuse to oppose regulations. Relocation of include - establishment of towns, workshops, mills with suggestions on where to locate, what to produce, what to teach Indians. Military service for residents of Nueva California. Use of whale sperm and fat. Shipbuilding. Development and taxes. Investments and profits. Accounting procedures for agriculturalists and religious. Military, religious, Naval salaries. Better communication needed for cooperative trade between two Californias. Importance of further exploration of coast. (J. M. Johnson, may 1989)
Persons
Soto, Manuel Antonio de (Contador de Armada)
Galvez, Josef de (Visitador General)
Barri, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Moreno y Castro, Bernardo (Capitan) (Comisario)
Echeveste, Juan Josef (Tesorero)
Places
Monterrey (Puerto)
Antigua California
Nueva California
Santa Ana (Real)
Loreto
San Blas (Salinas) (Departamento)
San Diego (Puerto)
Californias (Peninsula)
San Lucas (Cabo)
Velicata, San Fernando de
Carmen (Isla)
Sonora
Peru
Santa Maria
San Luis Gonzaga (Puerto)
San Josef del Cabo
San Fernando (Cabo)
La Paz (Puerto)
Cerralvo (Puerto)
Santa Fe
Nuevo Mexico
Aguilar (Rio)
Santa Barbara
San Andres (Procuraduria)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 211 ff. 025-049
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 211 ff. 025-049
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some folios poorly Filmed. Some documents repeated or interrupted.
Reference Number
21100003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Soto
Galvez
Barri
Moreno y Castro
Echeveste
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
1768
End Date (repacked)
07-12-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence and autos re: reconstruction of Horcasitas.

Serial Number
041-04652
Title
Correspondence and autos re: reconstruction of Horcasitas.
Author(s)
Amarilla, Marques de (Virrey)
Mendoza, Juan de (Gobernador)
and others
Date
11-12-1756
Date
07-05-1757
Documentation
Horcasitas. November 12, 1756 - July 5, 1757. 118p. Letter, auto, illustration. Signed.
Summary
Discussion of ruined state of presidio de Horcasitas; expenses entailed in construction and reconstruction costs, expedition against Seris. Detailed description of construction features and materials. Speculation on cause of deterioration. Documents include beautiful plan view drawing of presidio, F. 243. (D. Marksz, October 1987)
Persons
Ortiz Parrilla, Diego (Coronel)(Gobernador)
Mendoza, Juan de (Gobernador)
Montero y Quesada, Antonio
Arce y Arroyo, Pablo de
Batilla(?), Conde de
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Rodriguez Gallardo, Joseph Rafael (Contador)
Vildosola, Agustin de (Sargento Mayor de Milicias)
Ahumada Villalon Mendoza y Narvaez, Augustin de (Marques de las Amarillas)
Bernal de Huydobro, Manuel
Leon, Xavier de
Peralta, Felix
Balderrain, Juan Thomas de (Capitan)
Villasenor Cervantes, Ygnacio Joseph (Licenciado)
Cardenas, Joseph de (Contador Honorario)
Gorraez, Joseph de
Amarillas, Marques de las (Virrey)
Mesa, Joseph de (Capitan Miliciano)
Colocio, Francisco
Murrieta, Martin de
Otero, Santos Antonio de
Ribera, Antonio de
Ribera, Joachin Joseph de
Lauro, Joseph
Aztorga, Salbador de (Soldado)
Lopez y Obros, Juan (Soldado)
Lujan, Joseph (Sargento)
Colocio, Francisco
Places
Sinaloa (Provincia)
Horcasitas, San Miguel de (Presidio)
Veracruz (Puerto)
Sonora (Provincias)
Armarillas, San Luis de las (Presidio)
Populo (Mision)
Los Angeles (Mision)
Tiburon (Isla)
Nueba Andalucia
Orcasitas, San Miguel de (Villa)
San Saba (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Tiburones
Carrizos
Tepocas
Salineros
Apaches
Pimas Altos
Military Groups
Dragones
Cuerpo de Guardia
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 210 ff. 217-276
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 210 ff. 217-276
Language
Spanish
Notes
Includes plan view drawing of presidio.
Reference Number
21000025
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Amarilla
Mendoza
Person Last Name
Ortiz Parrilla
Mendoza
Montero y Quesada
Arce y Arroyo
Batilla
Revilla Gigedo
Rodriguez Gallardo
Vildosola
Ahumada Villalon Mendoza y Narvaez
Bernal de Huydobro
Leon
Peralta
Balderrain
Villasenor Cervantes
Cardenas
Gorraez
Amarillas
Mesa
Colocio
Murrieta
Otero
Ribera
Ribera
Lauro
Aztorga
Lopez y Obros
Lujan
Colocio
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-12-1756
End Date (repacked)
07-05-1757
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11886
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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nesesito que acontinuacion de este me haga a v.m. una exacta

Serial Number
041-04609
Title
nesesito que acontinuacion de este me haga a v.m. una exacta
Author(s)
Conde de la Sierra Gorda
Gil y Barro, Antonio
Date
07-07-1792
Documentation
San Antonio de Bexar. July 7, 1792. 8p. Letters, relaciones. Originals.
Summary
Letter concerning commercial trade between French and various tribes. Gives distances among San Antonio de Bexar, nacocdochez, Guadalupe; areas analyzed topographically for suitability for livestock farming, water supply; detailed report on types of trees. Local Indian tribes described by location, name derivation, nearness to waterways. Cannot determine how many of these Indians are armed. Mentions Croix, Armat as Principal traders providing weapons to Indians. (O. Velez, February 1990)
Persons
Croix, Thodano de
Armat, Jose Maria
Gil y Barro, Antonio
Conde de Sierra Gorde
Places
Nagcodoches
Pilar de Bucarely, Nuestra Senora del
Bexar, San Antonio De
Ethnic Groups
Aguaxes
Taguallazes
Cumanches
Lipanes
Tamcagues
Guichayz
Aynayzes
Vidayzes
Orcoquizas
Carancaguazes
Cacoz
Sayzes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 209 ff. 029-033 (Approx).
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 209 ff. 029-033 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered, these documents begin with phrase in title.
Reference Number
20900003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Conde de la Sierra Gorda
Gil y Barro
Gil y Barro
Person Last Name
Croix
Armat
Gil y Barro
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-07-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11843
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Autos concerning conditions and establishment of Padilla by Escandon.

Serial Number
041-04166
Title
Autos concerning conditions and establishment of Padilla by Escandon.
Author(s)
Escandon, Joseph de
Date
09-13-1750
Documentation
Padilla. September 13, 1750. 30p. Autos. Copies.
Summary
Documents contain information resulting in formal establishment of Padilla. Escandon and others conduct review of area. Description of well-drilling and associated difficulties. experiencing severe lack of rain. Discusses also land, climate, other advantages, need for mission, and distances to other Villas. Contains complete list of families and members of Escuadra including names, ages and property owned. Discusses conditions and obligations of residency. In general has sufficient water, good land, abundant timber and fish. Ciprian says need to give Indians corn, clothes, and tools to keep pacified because generally untrustworthy. says good idea to build separate mission where water plentiful. Reports by others contain similar information. Escandon gives instructions for upcoming year concerning Villa, Indians, cattle and property. Includes city plan with surrounding rivers. (M. Dannemiller, April 1989)
Persons
Escandon, Joseph de (Coronel)
Ciprian, Ignacio Antonio (Fray)
Moctezuma, Juan Elias (Teniente)
Paz, Gregorio de la
Moctezuma, Juan Crisostomo
Saens, Santiago
Sanchez de Samora, Francisco
Guevara, Joseph
Marquez, Joaquin (Fray)
Bustrioza, Francisco Antonio
Buenaventura de la Paz
Cayetano Manzilla, Joseph
Places
Padilla
San Antonio de
Queretharo, Santiago de
Zacatecas, Guadalupe de (Colegio)
Maiz (Valle)
Pilon (Rio)
Saltillo
Santaengracia (Rio)
Guasnizo (Mision)
Dolores
Purificacion (Rio)
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimento de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 180 ff. 160-175
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 180 ff. 160-175
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
18000014
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escandon
Ciprian
Moctezuma
Paz
Moctezuma
Saens
Sanchez de Samora
Guevara
Marquez
Bustrioza
Buenaventura de la Paz
Cayetano Manzilla
Beginning Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-13-1750
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11400
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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