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Documents concerning Cuellar's military expedition, election of new governor of Nueva Vizcaya and complaints about Cuellar's situation.

Serial Number
041-02489
Title
Documents concerning Cuellar's military expedition, election of new governor of Nueva Vizcaya and complaints about Cuellar's situation.
Author(s)
Cuellar, Lope de
Rodriguez, Manuel
Date
06-07-1769
Date
01-07-1770
Documentation
Janos/San Juan Bautista. June 7, 1769 to January 7, 1770. 78p. Letters.
Summary
Correspondence on new governor to be instructed by Cuellar; mention of conflict between Cuellar and Aguero; petition by Cuellar to go back to Tarahumara and leave expedition in charge of captain of Durango; concern about his Brother being replaced in battalion of savoya. Description by Rodriguez of unfortunate situation with Indians in Monclova and Santa Rita. Cuellar reports of his situation and that of his troop, and of his encounters with Indians to Croix. Part of diary by Leizaola reporting in detail the situation of his troops in following tracks of Apaches near Chiguagua. Cuellar congratulates Faini as new governor of Nueva Vizcaya and tells him of his plans related to military expediton, also describes in detail clashes with Apaches, their military tactics, explains why he does not follow order given by visitador general in war against Indians, mentions failure to capture Indians who attacked Chihuahua and imprisonment of three Indian women, and death of Ten Young people due to smallpox (?). (M. Vasquez, August 1988)
Persons
Cuellar, Lope de
Croix, Marques de
Rodriquez, Manuel
Aguero, Joseph de
Barrio, Diego de
Bezerril, Diego
Galvez, Bernardo de
Sierra Blanca, Santiago de la
Tunon, Pedro
Faini, Joseph (Gobernador)
Gomez, Joachin
Torres, Diego de (Cabo)
Rodriguez, Antonio (Cabo)
Ballesteros, Domingo
Ramirez, Francisco
Barel, Christobal
Parra, Juan T. de la
Paulin Martinez, Luis
Leon, Antonio
Leizaola, Joseph Francisco
Vildosola, Gabriel (Capitan)
Queipo de Llano, Pedro Antonio
Frijoles (Capitan)
Places
Janos (Presidio)
Durango
Coaguila
Taraumara
Mapimi, Bolson de
Sonora
Gila
Moncloba
Santa Rosa (Presidio)
Sardinas (Hacienda)
San Juan Baunita
Conchos (Rio)
Rio Grande del Norte
Guadalupe
Salinas
Leon, Nuebo Reino de
Sonora
San Simon
San Luis
San Bernardino
Chiguagua
Loreto
San Vicente (Sierra)
Enzinillas
San Buenaventura
Santa Maria
San Blas
Laguna de Guzman (Rio)
Florida (Sierra)
Tinaja (Sierra)
Dona Maria (Sierra)
Animas (Sierra)
Santo Domingo
Oaxuquilla
Julimes (Presidio)
Zerrogordo (Presidio)
San Geronimo
Carrizal
Ethnic Groups
Chalomes
Apaches
Military Groups
Batallon de Savoya
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 098 ff. 624-663 exp. 4
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 098 ff. 624-663 exp. 4
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents on ff. 627-628, 631, 636-638 incomplete. Appears in indice del ramo as exp. 1.
Reference Number
9800022
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Cuellar
Rodriguez
Person Last Name
Cuellar
Croix
Rodriquez
Aguero
Barrio
Bezerril
Galvez
Sierra Blanca
Tunon
Faini
Gomez
Torres
Rodriguez
Ballesteros
Ramirez
Barel
Parra
Paulin Martinez
Leon
Leizaola
Vildosola
Queipo de Llano
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-07-1769
End Date (repacked)
01-07-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6836
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Documents concerning subversive meeting of Nayarit Indians.

Serial Number
041-02108
Title
Documents concerning subversive meeting of Nayarit Indians.
Author(s)
Carranza y Guzman, Manuel (Capitan)
Zelaya, Joseph (Capitan)
Valdes y Gamboa, Juan de
and others
Date
02-23-1729
Date
05-23-1729
Documentation
Zacatecas, Mexico. February 23 - May 23, 1729. 56p. Letters, autos. Signed, originals, copies.
Summary
Documents concern meeting by Nayarit Indians in home of Valdes y Gamboa in which plans were made to March to Mexico City to demand audience with viceroy for removal of Spanish troops and missionaries and restoration of losses incurred by conquest of Nayarit. Plan revealed through Indian Spy. Includes frequent incidental references to smallpox. (A. Tukey, July 1988)
Persons
Carranza y Guzman, Manuel Joseph de (Capitan)
Valdes y Gamboa, Juan de
Ximenez Canas, Pedro (Teniente)
Casa Fuerte, Marques de (Virrey)
Balderrama, Juan Thomas de (Capitan)
Zelaya, Joseph de (Capitan)
Carrillo Davila, Joseph
Martin, Lazaro
Santos, Juan
Sanches Serrada, Alvaro (Capitan)
Balbena, Juan de
Places
Zacatecas (Ciudad)
Nayarit (Provincia)
Nuevo Toledo
Cocotlan
Quexuquilla (Pueblo)
Yscatan, San Juan de (Pueblo)
Xeres (Villa)
Tepique
Ethnic Groups
Nayaritas
Coras
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 085 ff. 087-117 exp. 3
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 085 ff. 087-117 exp. 3
Language
Spanish
Notes
Part of documents made illegible by heavy franking marks.
Reference Number
8500006
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Carranza y Guzman
Zelaya
Valdes y Gamboa
Valdes y Gamboa
Person Last Name
Carranza y Guzman
Valdes y Gamboa
Ximenez Canas
Casa Fuerte
Balderrama
Zelaya
Carrillo Davila
Martin
Santos
Sanches Serrada
Balbena
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-23-1729
End Date (repacked)
05-23-1729
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6455
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Documents relating state of Sonora under governor Pineda.

Serial Number
041-01702
Title
Documents relating state of Sonora under governor Pineda.
Author(s)
Pineda, Juan Francisco de (Gobernador)
Date
04-20-1770
Documentation
San Miguel. April 20, 1770. 14p. Letters, informe. Signed.
Summary
Documents relate state of Sonora. expected uprising by Papagos is defused by capitan Anza by convincing Indian governors of Tucson and Rio Gila about futility of rebellion. Governor abandons Pitic due to illness; moves to Horcasitas leaving military matters at Pitic to Coronel Elizondo. (A. Dell'acqua, October 1987)
Persons
Pineda, Juan Francisco de (Gobernador)
Elizondo, Domingo (Coronel)
Anza, Juan Bautista de (Capitan)
Huandarraga, Joseph Antonio
Places
Horcasitas, San Miguel de (Pueblo)
Rio Grande
Ensinillas (Pueblo)
Movas (Pueblo)
Nascimiento (Placer)
Rio Chico (Caserio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Aribac (Puesto)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Taraytoa (Pueblo)
Altar (Presidio)
San Ignacio (Pueblo)
Cucurpe (Pueblo)
Tucson (Pueblo)
Rio Gila (Pueblo)
Bac, San Xavier del (Mision)
Ethnic Groups
Papagos
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 070 ff. 143-149
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 070 ff. 143-149
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
7000028
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Pineda
Elizondo
Anza
Huandarraga
Beginning Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-20-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6049
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Autos about intensification of attacks by Apaches on christian towns.

Serial Number
041-00910
Title
Autos about intensification of attacks by Apaches on christian towns.
Author(s)
Chacon Medina Salazar y Villasenor, Joseph (Gobernador)(Duque de Albuquerque ( Virrey)
Date
01-27-1710
Documentation
Santa Fe. January 27, 1710. 6p. Auto. Peticion. Signed.
Summary
Governor relates intensification of attacks by Apaches in letter to viceroy. Apaches take advantage of plague overtaking Spaniards, pacified Indians and poor condition of presidio horses to create havoc, desecrate churches and steal. Governor relates poverty of presidiales and priest of area. (A. Dell'acqua, June 1987)
Persons
Chacon Medina Salazar y Villasenor, Joseph (Gobernador)
Fernandez de la Cueva Enriquez, Francisco (Virrey)
Madrid, Roque de (Maestre Decampo)
Places
Navajo (Provincia)
Xemes, San Diego de los (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Faraones
Chilmos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 036 ff. 323-326
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 036 ff. 323-326
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
3600013
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Chacon Medina Salazar y Villasenor
Fernandez de la Cueva Enriquez
Madrid
Beginning Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-27-1710
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5257
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Annua de colegio y misiones de Sinaloa, 1625-26.

Serial Number
040-00089
Title
Annua de colegio y misiones de Sinaloa, 1625-26.
Date
00-00-1625
Date
00-00-1626
Documentation
N.p. n.d. transcript.
Summary
Missionary struggles to abolish polygamy, drunkenness among Indians. Eulogy Perez, one of earliest missionaries. Mentions hunger driving Indians into mountains to search for herbs, roots. Notes Indian deaths from various diseases. Notes Jesuit attempts to preach in native languages, Indian acceptance Christian doctrine, practices. Account Hurdaide hurdaide campaign against rebellious Zoes along Rio Cinaloa. Notes success mission San Ignacio, which comprehends Rios Yaqui, Mayo, Nebome. States smallpox worst, most prevalent disease. Notes death Hurdaide. Describes fiesta honoring priests in Chinapa, with bowers, music, maiz, Pinole. Notes fertility Chinapa Valley, large harvests. Notes missionary work among varohios (Warihios) and related groups-tepozes, Guazapares, Haporas, Bayezitos, Cazosopas, Tzayeus. Mentions troubles fr. Olinano, missionary to Nebomes, encountered with various mountain Indians who used poison arrows. Mention Coupas, Hoisuaues (guasaves?), Ashaques. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Perez, Martin (Padre
Topia, Gonzalo de (Padre)
Martinez de Hurdaide, Diego (General)
Castini, Pedro (Padre)
Pascual, Julio (Padre)
Varela, Julio
Olinano, Francisco (Padre)
Vanderzipe, Pedro (Padre)
Paredes, Blas de (Padre)
Places
San Felipe de Sinaloa
Cinaloa (Rio)
Vascogil Or Vaimoa (Real de Minas)
Petatlan
Montesclaros
Mayo (Rio)
Yaqui (Rio)
Nebome (Rio)
Chinipa
San Ignacio (Mision)
Vaca
Ethnic Groups
Zoes
Yaquis
Mayos
Nebomes
Warihios
Tepozes
Guazapares
Haporas
Bayezitos
Cazosopas
Tzayeus
Coupas
Hoisuaues (Guasaves?)
Ashaques
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0262 pp. 0655-0683 Transcpt
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0025
Language
Spanish
Notes
Xerox
Batch Reference Number
1851
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Perez
Topia
Martinez de Hurdaide
Castini
Pascual
Varela
Olinano
Vanderzipe
Paredes
Beginning Date (repacked)
1625
End Date (repacked)
1626
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3707
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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