Letters on military activity in Sonora, Tepic and California.
Guaymas, rancho de zea. January 12 - August 17, 1771. 13p. Letters. Original, signed.
Concerns events related to Elizondo's expedition; participation of the catalonian volunteers; their assignments in California; fighting at Cerro Prieto; supplying troops for assignments; troop movements and relocations to area around San Blas; most of documents relate to relocation of combined force of members of the catalonian volunteers and the regiment of America, who were ordered southward to a garrison near Tepic; the collection includes many interesting details about their sea voyage and March; including notes on misfortunes caused by storms; food; and inflated prices. It illustrates the significant problems of troop movement between central New Spain and frontier. (J. Williams, September 1987)
Salablanca, Francisco Miguel
Frigo, Joseph (Factor)
Callis, Agustin (Capitan)
Monterey, San Carlos (Presidio)
Nuestra Senor de la Merced (Cajon)
Tamasula, San Antonio (Puerto)
San Blas (Puerto)
Cataluna, Voluntarios de
Compania Franca de Voluntarios
America, Regimento de Infanteria de
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 082 ff. 023-031
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 082 ff. 023-031
F. 23 represents a title sheet
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