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Letter from Uglade concerning physical and military conditions in Santa Rosa including troop reform and Indian relations.

Serial Number: 
041-03819
Title: 
Letter from Uglade concerning physical and military conditions in Santa Rosa including troop reform and Indian relations.
Author(s): 
Ugalde, Juan de
Author(s): 
Florez, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Date: 
12-26-1788
Date: 
02-01-1789
Documentation: 
Santa Rosa. December, 26, 1788-February 1, 1789. 14p. Letters. Signed.
Summary: 
Ugalde informs virrey of conditions of area after nine months of his command. says further developments would have been made if not for Mescaleros. Has followed objectives of comandancia general and knows land, its fertility, size and enemies surrounding area. Provides description of troops, troop reformation and relocation of two companies from Nuevo Leon. Other plans being delayed due to severe drought at frontera. says will receive assistance from Lipiyan capitan for those operations. Virrey requests documents concerning troop reform and conditions. Orders campaign against Mescaleros. (M. Dannemiller, December 1988)
Persons: 
Ugalde, Juan de
Persons: 
Florez, Manuel Antonio
Persons: 
Serna, Josef Antonio de la (Teniente)
Persons: 
Picax-Ande Ins-Tinsle de Ugalde, Manuel (Capitan Lipiyan)
Places: 
Texas
Places: 
Leon
Places: 
Saltillo, Santiago de
Places: 
Santa Rosa
Places: 
Santander
Ethnic Groups: 
Mescaleros
Ethnic Groups: 
Lipiyanes
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 159 ff. 207-214
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 159 ff. 207-214
Language: 
Spanish
Notes: 
These documents contain information which leads to future conditions described in many previous folios.
Reference Number: 
15900016
Rights: 
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