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Council of the indies informe concerning 1751 Pima revolt.

Serial Number: 
030-00670
Title: 
Council of the indies informe concerning 1751 Pima revolt.
Date: 
06-28-1759
Documentation: 
Madrid. June 28, 1759. Informe. Photostat.
Summary: 
Brief review 1751 Pima rebellion, including leadership Luis, martyrdom frs. Rhuen, Tello. States one motive revolt revenge against Vecino Guevavi, other motives rumors that Rhuen had killed Indian Boy with a stick, Tello had whipped/imprisoned Indian woman, where she died. Believes real reason revolt Luis' arrogance, however. States Indians never punished. Indication serious civil-religious conflict between Parilla, Jesuits. Critical Parilla in general. Praises Jesuit conduct, exonerates missionaries from blame for revolt. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons: 
Ortiz Parilla, Luis Diego
Persons: 
Roguen (Rhuen), Enrique (Padre)
Persons: 
Tello, Thomas (Padre)
Persons: 
Mendoza, Juan de
Persons: 
Arce, Pablo de
Persons: 
Menocal, Juan Antonio (Capitan)
Places: 
Pimeria Alta
Places: 
Sonora
Places: 
Guevavi (Huegabi)
Places: 
Santa Rosa
Places: 
Santa Maria
Places: 
Sinaloa
Ethnic Groups: 
Pimas Altas
Ethnic Groups: 
Seris
Ethnic Groups: 
Tiburones
First Location: 
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0323 0001-0009 Photosta
Original Location: 
AGI, Sevilla, Aud.Guadalajara, Leg. 0418(104-3-4)
Language: 
Spanish
Rights: 
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