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Diary of captain Luis Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas.

Serial Number: 
041-00358
Title: 
Diary of captain Luis Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas.
Author(s): 
Cazorla, Luis (Capitan)
Date: 
11-01-1772
Documentation: 
Bahia del Espiritu Santo. November 1, 1772. 4p. Informe. Signed.
Summary: 
Account of Cazorla's expedition to southeast coast of Texas to search for English that are illegaling trading arms and other goods and who are cutting wood for houses. Cazorla finds no direct evidence of English traders, though he does find Indians with English guns. He finds some French and black traders whom he arrests. He finds remains of a wrecked Spanish or French vessel. (T. Cederstrom, March 1987)
Persons: 
Ripperda, Baron de
Persons: 
Cazorla, Luis
Persons: 
Dutrive (French Arms Trader)
Places: 
Bexar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Places: 
Orcoquiza
Places: 
Trinidad, Rio de la
Places: 
San Jacinto (Rio)
Places: 
Guadalupe, Rio de
Places: 
Colorado (Rio)
Places: 
Nechas (Rio)
Places: 
Nuevo Orleans
Ethnic Groups: 
Yngleses
Ethnic Groups: 
Carancaguaces
Ethnic Groups: 
Cocos
Ethnic Groups: 
Vidais
Ethnic Groups: 
Jaranames
Ethnic Groups: 
Texas
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
Ethnic Groups: 
Orcoquizas
Ethnic Groups: 
Atacapas
Ethnic Groups: 
Negros
Ethnic Groups: 
Franceses
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 020 ff. 219-220
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 020 ff. 219-220
Language: 
Spanish
Reference Number: 
2000033
Rights: 
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