Exploration (Land Routes)

Autos formed against coronel Escandon.

Serial Number
041-04131
Title
Autos formed against coronel Escandon.
Author(s)
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra, Joseph de (Secretario)
Date
01-29-1773
Date
01-26-1774
Documentation
Mexico. January 29, 1773-January 26, 1774. 230p. Autos. Signed.
Summary
Series of charges against Escandon. First charge, folio 10, that Escandon did not reduce Indians peacefully and failed to populate the colony; second charge folio 60 that Escandon did not distribute the land between people, soldiers and Indians during twenty years; third charge, folio 77, that he did not take in to account the meeting of 1748 on election of captains and treatment of Indians; fourth charge, folio 88, failure to investigate the murder of several Indians; fifth charge, folio 90, failure of Escandon to investigate and punish captain Guevara's murder of a group of Indians; sixth charge, folio 90, no investigation of other murders by Unsaga; seventh charge, folio 91, Escandon orders killing of three Indians, one a minor; eighth charge, folio 93, a citizen of Aguayo complains to to Escandon about the behaviour of a captain, Escandon punishes the complainer and when the wife of the complainer goes to look for him and she was murdered by the Indians; ninth charge, folio 95, Escandon separates Indian men from their wifes and children, and sells Indians to other cities resulting in Indian retaliation and thus starting wars with Xanambres and Apostatas. He is accused of twenty years of fraud, despotism, trials without authority, misappropriation of land; 10 charge folio 98, Escandon sends 173 Indians to Querataro; eleventh charge, folio 100, Escandon kept three Indians working for him for fifteen years; twelfth charge, folio 103, Escandon abused his power to use the death penalty and forced labor in the presidio; thirteenth charge, folio 103, he used comissions to get Indians for his own service; fourteenth charge, folio 106, he failed to protect Indian health; fifteenth charge, folio 107, he used Indians to build his house and maintain his lands; sixteenth charge, folio 108, he failed to investigate or punish two sheperds who murdered an Indian; seventeenth charge, folio 110, Escandon populated colony with dangerous criminals getting the nickname of colonia Portugal de Nueva Espana; eighteenth charge, folio 114, Escandon forgives Indians that confess crimes and puts them in esquadras militares; nineteenth charge, folio 115, Escandon intimidated new settlers he did not like and gave instructions not to accept them; twentieth charge, folio 117, he appointed a murderer from Reinosa as captain; twenty first charge, folio 119, Escandon admitted a delinquent from Coahuila; twenty second charge, folio 121, twice Escandon destroyed the church of the Pisones Indians; twenty third charge, folio 123, has taken land from Indians of Santa Rosa; twenty fourth charge, folio 125, Escandon did not build a church in Laredo for the spiritual benefit of the Spaniards and Indians; twenty fifth charge, folio 128, for a period of 14 years Escandon remained minister of Santillana village; twenty sixth charge, folio 129, Escandon did not permit the redistribution of Diezmos from labranzas y crianzas in the colony for 20 years; twenty seventh charge, folio 131, Escandon renamed places; twenty eighth charge, folio 135, Escandon became rich and did not pay diezmos; twenty ninth charge, folio 138, Escandon gave a captain more than five Leguas at border of Rio Grande, other land and did not pay any diezmo to church of Guadalaxara; thirtieth charge, folio 141, Escandon was paying salaries to ministers in places that had no ministers; thirty first charge, folio 141, Escandon did not accept Indians in his village because he did not want to give them protection; thirty second charge, folio 144, he gave instructions to captain of Laredo not to admit Apaches; thirty third charge, folio 147, Escandon did not give 100 pesos to the colonists of San Carlos; thirty fourth charge, folio 148, Escandon refused to receive the bishop from Guadalaxara; thirty fifth charge, folio 151, he became a trader, knowing gobernadores were prohibited from trade; thirty sixth, charge, folio 158, Escandon permit exploitation of mines and use of silver without paying tax; thirty seventh charge, folio 160, since the year 1746 he had not reduced or pacified any Indians; last charge folio 162, complaints from capitania general related to Escandon's procedures. The next group of folios (166-319) are the defense of Escandon. (D. Bautista, nov, 1989)
Persons
Escandon, Jose (Coronel)
Palacios, Juan Fernando (Gobernador)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Osorio y Llamas, Jose (Licenciado)
Cornide y Savedra, Diego (Licenciado)
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra, Joseph de (Secretario)
Croix, Marques de (Virrey)
Garcia Mayoral, Pedro
Sarasa, Francisco (Auditor)
Guerrero de Ardila, Gabriel (Contador)
Revillagigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Tienda de Cuervo, Josef (Capitan)
Lopez, Agustin (Ingeniero)
Andrew, Antonio de (Fiscal)
Altamira, Marquez de (Auditor)
Lazaro (Indio)
Garcia, Marques de
Aranda, Marques de
Valcarrel, Domingo
Iglesias, Agustin (Coronel)
Rodriguez Gallardo, Josef Raphael (Contador)
Garza, Blas Maria de la (Capitan)
Trascierra, Josef (Mulato)
Cerna, Joseph Vicente (Capitan)
Gonzalez de Santianez, Vicente (Gobernador)
Rios, Feliciano (Cabo)
Baruerena, Juan Francisco (Capitan)
Paz, Gregorio de (Capitan)
Toro (Indio)
Unsaga y Barrola, Domingo de (Capitan)
Serna, Miguel de (Gobernador)
Matta, Juan de (Indio)
Soria, Salvador Manuel de (Indio)
Lucio, Juan (Indio)
Cordova, Miguel de (Capitan)
Baptizta, Manuel (Indio)
Molina, Marcos (Indio)
Arroyo, Juan de
Escafadillo, Josef de (Capitan)
Penilla, Manuel de la (Capitan)
Llata, Francisco de (Administrador)
Hidalgo, Lorenzo
Perchero, Francisco El (Indio)
Cruz, Antonio de la (Indio)
Mansilla (Indio)
Ponse de Leon, Vicente
Rojo, Juan Antonio
Antonio, Ricardo (Mestizo)
Lopez Lara, Josef (Indio)
Izaguirre, Andres (Indio)
Aguilar, Tomas de (Indio)
Gallegos, Alexandro (Indio)
Gallegos, Julian (Indio)
Trasy, Josef (Indio)
Medrano, Isidro (Indio)
Hinojosa, Juan Josef
Sanchez Borrego, Josef
Vasquez Borrego, Josef (Capitan)
Sanchez, Thomas (Capitan)
Arteaga, Matheo de (Doctoral)
Amarillas, Marques de las (Virrey)
Aro, Juan de
Rodriguez de Rivas, Diego (Obispo)
Garcia, Josef Joachin (Fray)
Samora, Javier
Diaz, Tadeo
Trevino, Marcelino
Places
Nuevo Santander
Gorda (Sierra)
Veracruz
Pardo
Tampico
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
San Saba
Llera (Poblacion)
Guemez (Poblacion)
Horcasitas (Poblacion)
Altamira (Poblacion)
San Fernando (Poblacion)
Padilla (Poblacion)
Reynosa (Poblacion)
Camargo (Poblacion)
Burgos (Poblacion)
Santa Barbara (Poblacion)
Infantes (Poblacion)
Soto (Poblacion)
Aguayo (Poblacion)
Iglesia, Voca de la (Lugar)
Revilla (Poblacion)
Escandon (Poblacion)
Hoyos (Poblacion)
Mier (Poblacion)
Xalpa
Laredo (Poblacion)
San Christobal (Cerro)
Media Luna (Paraje)
Verde (Rio)
Guadalupe
Pachuca, Diego de
Landa
Tilaco
Tamcoyol
Concas
San Fernando
San Nicolas
La Divina Pastora
Palmillas
Michoacan
San Josef Vizarron (Poblacion)
Pena Millera
Herrera
Jamuave (Poblacion)
Canarias (Islas)
Texas (Provincia)
San Xavier (Rio)
Sonora
Adaez (Presidio)
San Antonio de Vejar (Presidio)
Nuestra Senora de los Dolores
Nayarit
Nuevo Mexico
Nuevo Reyno de Leon
Coahuila
Californias
Panuco
Valles (Villa)
San Antonio (Rio)
Santa Dorotea
Nueces (Rio)
Balmaceda (Villa)
Mascucias (Paraje)
Misisipi (Rio)
Tantoyuca
Tamaulipas
Xamattan
Grande (Rio)
Guadalcajar
Tula
Blanco (Rio)
Pisona (Nacion)
Santa Rosa (Hacienda)
Opulencia (Colonia)
Cerralvo
Leones, Voca de
Dolores (Hacienda)
San Juan Baptizta (Mision)
Santillana (Villa)
San Antonio de los Llanos (Pueblo)
Cantaro (Pueblo)
Guayalejo (Rio)
San Carlos (Poblacion)
San Fernando (Colegio)
Campeche
San Luis Potosi
Matahuala
Soto la Marina
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Colegio)
Zacatecas
Pacuala
Ethnic Groups
Chichimecos
Pames
Apaches
Huastecos
Mulatos
Anacanaes
Panhuayes
Xanambres
Pizones
Sihui
Tlaxcaltecas
Tamaulipenos
Malinchenos
Palahueques
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimiento Miliciano de
Cerralvo, Esquadra de
Voca de Leones, Esquadra
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 178 ff. 001-165
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 178 ff. 001-165
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17800001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escandon
Palacios
Bucareli y Ursua
Osorio y Llamas
Cornide y Savedra
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra
Croix
Garcia Mayoral
Sarasa
Guerrero de Ardila
Revillagigedo
Tienda de Cuervo
Lopez
Andrew
Altamira
Lazaro
Garcia
Aranda
Valcarrel
Iglesias
Rodriguez Gallardo
Garza
Trascierra
Cerna
Gonzalez de Santianez
Rios
Baruerena
Paz
Toro
Unsaga y Barrola
Serna
Matta
Soria
Lucio
Cordova
Baptizta
Molina
Arroyo
Escafadillo
Penilla
Llata
Hidalgo
Perchero
Cruz
Mansilla
Ponse de Leon
Rojo
Antonio
Lopez Lara
Izaguirre
Aguilar
Gallegos
Gallegos
Trasy
Medrano
Hinojosa
Sanchez Borrego
Vasquez Borrego
Sanchez
Arteaga
Amarillas
Aro
Rodriguez de Rivas
Garcia
Samora
Diaz
Trevino
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-29-1773
End Date (repacked)
01-26-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11365
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters from Croix about payment for military effects for Santa Fe, and rewarding de Anza for discovery of route to Santa Fe.

Serial Number
041-03866
Title
Letters from Croix about payment for military effects for Santa Fe, and rewarding de Anza for discovery of route to Santa Fe.
Author(s)
Croix, Cavallero de
Date
03-30-1781
Date
04-01-1781
Documentation
Arispe, Mexico. March 30-April 1, 1781. 8p. Letters. Originals, signed.
Summary
Croix writes regarding gratificacion to de Anza for discubrimento del Camino de Santa Fe from Arispe, and libramento for Armeria and herreria for Santa Fe; little significant data. (D. J. McClelland, February 1989)
Persons
Croix, Cavallero de
Anza, Juan Bautista de (Gobernador)
Guerrero y Fagle, Joachin Francisco
Campo Marin, Manuel del
Mayorga, Martin de
Bergara, Domingo (Armero)
Places
Nuevo Mexico
Santa Fee (Presidio)
Chihuahua
Arispe
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 161 ff. 419-422 exp. 15
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 161 ff. 419-422 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Unnumbered, blank ff. Between f.420 and f. 421 not counted.
Reference Number
16100015
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Croix
Anza
Guerrero y Fagle
Campo Marin
Mayorga
Bergara
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-30-1781
End Date (repacked)
04-01-1781
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/8213
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence with the arms commander of the Chihuahua expedition Bernardo de Galvez with the viceroy, 1770.

Serial Number
041-02457
Title
Correspondence with the arms commander of the Chihuahua expedition Bernardo de Galvez with the viceroy, 1770.
Author(s)
Galvez, Bernardo de (Comandante de Armas)
Date
04-26-1769
Date
12-24-1770
Documentation
Chihuahua, San Bartolome. April 26, 1769-December 24, 1770. 76p. Letters, informes, peticiones. Originals, signed.
Summary
Concerns military expedition against Indian rebels to the frontier of Sonora and Nueva Vizcaya; Indians taken prisoners; horses and mules are recovered; documents give little substantive information and deal primarily with logistics and organization. (M. Marroquin, August 1988)
Persons
Galvez, Bernardo de (Comandante)
Cuellar, Lope de (Comandante)
Croix, Marquez de (Virrey)
Cruz, Ygnacio de la (General de de Indios)
Dias, Domingo (Sargento)
Velazquez, Juan (Comisionado)(Oficial de Ordenes)
Gil, Nicolas (Teniente)
Arriaga, Julian de
Fainy, Josef
Munoz, Manuel (Capitan)
Places
Chihuahua
Alamos (Real)
Durango
Sonora (Provincia)
San Bartolo (Valle)
El Paso
Coaguila, Santa Rosa de
Pecos (Rio)
San Buenaventura (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Opatas
Apaches
Comanches
Military Groups
Regimiento de la Corona
Puebla, Regimiento de Dragones de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 097 ff. 001-038 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 097 ff. 001-038 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents out of order. Some documents unrelated.
Reference Number
9700001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Galvez
Cuellar
Croix
Cruz
Dias
Velazquez
Gil
Arriaga
Fainy
Munoz
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-26-1769
End Date (repacked)
12-24-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6804
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Documents concerning Anza expedition to Colorado and Gila rivers.

Serial Number
041-01983
Title
Documents concerning Anza expedition to Colorado and Gila rivers.
Author(s)
Bucareli, Antonio Maria de (Virrey)
Crespo, Francisco (Gobernador)
Date
09-17-1773
Date
11-01-1773
Documentation
Mexico. September 17, 1773. 4pp. Carpeta. Letter. Signed.
Summary
Viceregal letter to Crespo ordering that he procure supplies for Anza's expedition in search of land route to Californias; also, governor's response. (J. H. Ochs, September 1987)
Persons
Crespo, Francisco (Gobernador)
Anza, Juan Bautista de (Capitan)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente)
Urrea, Bernardo de (Gobernador Interino)
Places
California (Provincia)
Colorado (Rio)
Gila (Rio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
Alamos (Real Caja)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 081 ff. 531-533
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 081 ff. 531-533
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
8100051
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Bucareli
Crespo
Person Last Name
Crespo
Anza
Garces
Corbalan
Urrea
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
November
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-17-1773
End Date (repacked)
11-01-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6330
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondencia con el gobernador de Sonora, don Matheo Sastre, y otros de la provincia que tratan de varios particulares.

Serial Number
041-01972
Title
Correspondencia con el gobernador de Sonora, don Matheo Sastre, y otros de la provincia que tratan de varios particulares.
Author(s)
Sastre, Matheo (Gobernador de Sonora)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Date
02-12-1772
Date
12-28-1773
Documentation
Sonora, Mexico. February 12, 1772 to December 28, 1773. Informes. Autos. Signed. Duplicados.
Summary
Discourse between the governor of Sonora and the viceroy concerning various matters of provincial administration as to absent viceregal proclamations concerning issuance of new coinage, mail franchises, and announcement of birth of Infante Carlos Clemente (ff. 309-315). Concerning gubernatorial visita Colonel of provincial militias of Pardos y Blancos of several jurisdictions to Juan Antonio Caneda, Vecino of Rosario; brief letter, written at Mazatlan stating that, Sastre, as governor, will protect and give assistance to missionaries, destroy abuses committed against Indians... etc. Letters written at Culiacan and Alamos discuss order to send viceroy intendente Corbalan's financial account of military expedition of Sonora; response to viceroy's order that said intendente make visita of mines of province; formation of flying company under command of O'Conor to put down Indian unrest in Chihuahua (See below); governor's suggestion that if Indian named Calixto does not mend his rebellious ways, then prison sentence be considered (315-335). Letters written at Horcasitas discuss governor's order stating that copy of letters from presidial commanders be sent directly to viceroy (336,337). Sastre suffers stroke effecting right arm and leg (339,340). Notice of departure of Mule train under military escort from Cieneguilla bound for Mexico City, route taken, instructions for military escort, etc. (341,342; 345-349; 361,362). Concerning presidial armaments supplies (343,344). Concerning establishment of mission among Seris at Carrizal; includes copy of letter from Gil de Bernabe; Sastre's suggestions concerning the mission (350-356). Concerning formation of flying company in Chihuahua; Sastre warns presidial commanders of possible incursions of hostile Indians from neighboring province; states he has had no reply to letters sent to O'Conor (356-360; 362-364). Papagos present tally stick to commander of Altar and give notice of action taken against captive (See below) (365,366). Gives notice of visita to Cieneguilla, Altar, Pitic and Caborca (See below) (367). Concerning Garces' entradas to Gila and Colorado rivers; includes approximate Pima Indian population along Gila, notes Papagos, Pimas Altos and Gilenos all speak the same language; suggests establishing missions along these waterways, land route between San Diego, Monterrey and Pimeria Alta (See below) (371-375).copy of letter sent to Vildosola, commander of Terrenate, ordering him in conjunction with Anza to reconnoiter Chihuahuan-Sonoran border area near Janos to stop any Indians that may flee due to O'Connor's intended campaign against Apache (375-380). Concerning new method of spiritual and temporal administration of missions (381,382). Thanking viceroy for assistance in procuring rank of teniente Coronel (383). Concerning visita to Buenavista; exhorts Indians to live as good christians, reports that Indians are pleased with new missionary (387-389). Concerning trouble with Piatos and Pimas at el Puerto, return of Seris vagos to Pitic, Apache depredations (horse theft) at Tubac (391-395). Letter from viceroy giving Anza permission to accompany Garces on journey to assess feasibility of establishing land route to Californias and Pimeria Alta (412). Sastre takes possession of real at Rosario (413). Formation of militia of Pardos y Blancos at jurisdicciones of Maloya, Copala, centinelas, San Pedro Chametla, Mazatlan (420,421). Letter from viceroy stating Indian Calixto must reduce himself, or be given prison sentence, either in Sonora or Mexico City (423). Viceroy requests copy of intendente Corbalan's financial record of expedition of Sonora (425). List of letters from Sastre received by viceroy (426-435). Viceroy receives notice of departure of wagon train from Cieneguilla (428,432). Viceroy orders movement of troops from Horcasitas to fortify Pitic (429). Viceroy's response regarding Sastre's stroke (430). Sastre sends deserters of flying company of Terrenate back to presidio, having pardoned them upon determining that crime did not appear to be premeditated; orders restructuring of flying company, removal of Vildosola as commander of presidio due to insubordination (436-443). Viceroy acknowledges arrival of letter describing entry of Gil de Bernabe among Seris at Carrizal. Orders mission be established with suitable land and water for agriculture, and that Sastre deliver tools, seeds and other supplies to the new settlement (447-449). Letter from Sastre in response to dictamen ordering mission reform (449- 460). Viceregal dictamen and circular asking Opata auxiliaries be sent to Chihuahua to assist O'Conor in suppressing Apache attacks (460-462). Viceroy acknowledges arrival of news of Garces' entradas, and requests details on intended entrada planned by Anza and said fray (463,464). Viceroy acknowledges arrival of informe about completion of Canal into Pitic (465). Viceroy acknowledges arrival of Sastre's letter stating that latter had fulfilled order requesting auxiliaries be sent to Chihuahua (460). Viceroy acknowledges arrival of letter telling of Papago victory over Apaches; adds Sastre must work to assure these 2 Indian nations never form alliance against Spanish (467). Acknowledges arrival of Sastre's informe concerning latter's visita to Caborca and Pitic, and exhorts him to maintain peace with reduced Indians of provinces. (468). Sastre asks permission to withdraw troops from border with Chihuahua in light of O'Connor's inaction in dealing with Apaches (469,470). Viceroy asks Sastre to have gold nugget in his possession weighed, appraised, and delivered to intendente Corbalan (471,472). Sastre reports more than 100 horses stolen from Tubac, and 264 from Terrenate, and again asks viceroy if pickets on border with Chihuahua may be withdrawn (472,473). Sastre acknowledges receiving8 copies of document pertaining to arrival of flotilla from Spain (474). Gives notice of Sastre's poor health (475). Document pertaining to rebuilding of damaged church at Charay (476). Viceroy orders Vildosola to withdraw from Chihuahuan border to combat Apaches in Sonora; that movement of Pimas and Piatos in southern Sonora be restricted, and gives notice of appointment of O'Connor as comandante inspector de los presidios internos (477-479). Viceroy orders Sastre to implement new method of controlling Apache incursions into Sonora (479,480). Viceroy urges care in treatment of Indians at Buenavista in order that they not regress to Former lawless ways (481,482). Viceroy acknowledges formation of militia at Cieneguilla, requests that governor keep tabs on situation at mines, giving viceroy timely notice of happenings (482). Carpetas on viceregal letters dealing with new method of administration of presidios of Buenavista, Horcasitas, Terrenate, Tubac, Altar, and fronteras (483-486). Letter to Sastre telling of imminent arrival of O'Connor at Horcasitas (487). Viceroy requests information regarding crimes committed by Pima Joseph Domingo to determine fitting sentence (488). Viceroy urges Sastre to control despoblacion of newly colonized area (489). Viceroy approves of Pitic Canal project, repartimiento de Tierras to Seris (490). Letters concerning acts of insubordination committed by Jose Vildosola (490-505). (J. H. Ochs, sept.1987)
Persons
Sastre, Matheo (Gobernador)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Carlos Clemente (Hijo Primogenito)
Pineda, Juan Claudio de
Canedo, Juan Antonio (Vecino de Rosario)
Salazar, Esteban de (Fray)
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente Interino)
Oconor, Hugo (Teniente Coronel)
Gilde Bernabe, Juan Chrisostomo (Padre Presidente)
Azuela, Manuel de la (Teniente)
Cazoni, Ygnacio (Capitan General de los Seris)
Nanos, Hernando (Gobernador de Seris)
Pettumque (?) (Alcalde de Seris)
Pabacat (Teniente de Seris)
Pequas, Phelipe (Capitan de Guerra de Seris)
Cavames (Teniente de Seris)
Jontucase (Alferez de Seris)
Tumusaqui, Ygnacio (Indio)
Mason, Juan (Teniente de Justicia Mayor)
Peru, Juan de (Capitan de Janos)
Buena y Alcalde, Mariano Antonio (Padre Prefecto)
Garses, Francisco (Fray)
Vildosola, Gabriel Antonio (Comandante de Fronteras)
Ansa, Juan Baptista de (Capitan)
Diabore
Diego (Capitan de Suaquis)
Maciso, Manuel (Fray)
Pluma Blanca (Indio)
Ygnacio (Cusu de Caborca)
Juan (Cocoinero)
Canedo, Juan Antonio (Teniente Coronel)
Aragon, Pedro Gabriel de (Cura de Alamos)
Oballe, Alphonso
Elias Gonsalez, Francisco
Faini, Josef
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Elias Gonsalez
Domingo (Indio Pima)
Josef (Indio Pima)
Dias del Carpio, Ygnacio (Teniente)
Elias, Miguel Geronimo de (Vacario)
Vildosola, Josef Antonio
Calixto (Indio)
Urrea, Bernardo
Places
San Rosario (Pueblo)
Culiacan (Villa)
Maloia
San Sevastian
Copala
Puertos
Zentinelas
Chametla, San Pedro (Jurisdiccion)
Mazatlan, San Juan de (Jurisdiccion)
Tubutama (Pueblo)
Pitic (Cuartel)
Nueba Vizcaia (Provincia)
Chihuahua
Alamos (Villa)
Horcasitas, San Miguel de (Presidio)
Altar (Presidio)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Fronteras (Presidio)
Janos (Presidio)
Cieneguilla (Real de Minas)
Thenoaje
Tiburon (Isla)
Guzguz (Cerro)
Comaquibuto
Papagueria
San Javier del Bac (Mision)
Tumacacori (Mision)
Tucson, San Agustin del (Mision)
Colorado (Rio)
Jila (Rio)
Nuebo Mexico (Provincia)
Monterrey
Carizal
Buenavista (Presidio)
Caborca (Pueblo)
Cumuripa
Juiquibabi (Pozo)
Saguaro (Bajio)
Joitic (Bajio)
Tobosos (Bajio)
Choyal (Bajio)
Puerto (Sitio)
Saboya
Cocospera (Mision)
Chircagui (Sierra)
San Bernardino (Campo)
Charay (Pueblo)
Pesqueria de Perlas
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Tiburones
Opatas
Papagos
Papagallos
Apaches
Piatos
Pimas Altos
Gilenos
Opacias
Yumas
Hiaquis
Sibubapas
Taraumares
Chizos
Cholomes
Military Groups
Milicias Provinciales de Blancos y Pardos
Compania Volante de Chihuahua
Cieneguilla, Compania de Milicianos del Real de La
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 081 ff. 309-505
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 081 ff. 309-505
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
8100039
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Sastre
Bucareli y Ursua
Person Last Name
Sastre
Bucareli y Ursua
Carlos Clemente
Pineda
Canedo
Salazar
Corbalanconor
Gilde Bernabe
Azuela
Cazoni
Nanos
Pettumque
Pabacat
Pequas
Cavames
Jontucase
Tumusaqui
Mason
Peru
Buena y Alcalde
Garses
Vildosola
Ansa
Diabore
Diego
Maciso
Pluma Blanca
Ygnacio
Juan
Canedo
Aragonballe
Elias Gonsalez
Faini
Ugarte y Loyola
Elias Gonsalez
Domingo
Josef
Dias del Carpio
Elias
Vildosola
Calixto
Urrea
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-12-1772
End Date (repacked)
12-28-1773
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6319
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Index of issues addressed to the viceroy from commander Croix; administrative correspondence.

Serial Number
041-01758
Title
Index of issues addressed to the viceroy from commander Croix; administrative correspondence.
Author(s)
Croix, Teodoro de
Date
05-20-1777
Documentation
Mexico. May 20, 1777. 88p. Letters, informes. Indexes. Informes, indexes.
Summary
Document contains some index form. Concerns military administration and reorganization of presidios in Provincias Internas. Indians are described as bold people who prefer to die before falling captive. Indians are described as dociles. Mention of connecting routes between Chihuahua and Paso del Norte. Also mention is made of fertility and gold and silver abundance of the Sonoran province. Reference is made of the relocation of Indians Tiburones to the area of Carrizal.(j.m. Marroquin, October 1988)
Persons
Oconor, Hugo (Teniente Coronel)
Mendinueta, Pedro Fermin de (Gobernador)
Ansa, Juan Bautista de (Teniente Coronel)
Fueros, Pedro (Capitan)
Buenaventura, Juan Crisostomo de (Fray)
Palma, (Capitan de Yumas)
Galvez, Joseph de
Yriarte, Pedro (Fray)
Places
Tejas
Coahuila
Nuevo Mexico
Antigua California
Sinaloa
Nueva California
San Sava (Presidio)
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de
Nueva Galicia
Nuevo Santander
Nueva Orleans
Monterrey
San Francisco
Colorado (Rio)
Gila (Rio)
Paso del Norte
Santa Fe (Ciudad)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
Horcasitas, San Miguel de (Presidio)
Bexar (Provincia)
Arizona
Cieneguilla
Tiburon (Isla)
Carrizal
Pitic
Carmelo (Mision)
San Gabriel (Mision)
San Diego
Santo Domingo
San Blas (Astillero)
Vinaraco
San Antonio
San Luis
Velicatas, San Fernando de
Guaracoalcos (Barra)
Tehuantepeque
San Blas
Alamos
Potosi, San Luis
Nayarit
Nueva Galicia
Guadalajara
Chihuahua
Sonora
Durango
Tubac (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Yumas
Moguinos
Comanches
Tarahumaras
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 073 ff. 110-154 exp. 2
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 073 ff. 110-154 exp. 2
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
7300005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Oconor
Mendinueta
Ansa
Fueros
Buenaventura
Palma
Galvez
Yriarte
Beginning Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
05-20-1777
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/6105
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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