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Defiance of mulatto slave

Serial Number: 
100-01054
Title: 
Defiance of mulatto slave
Author(s): 
Renedo Velez, Francisco de (Alferez)
Date: 
06-27-1670
Documentation: 
San Joseph del Parral. June 27, 1670. Orig. Sgnd. Mf.
Summary: 
A Mulatto male slave steals a Negro female slave from alfarez Francisco de Renedo Velez. The two run off and are married. Francisco and some friends go after them and capture them. The male slave is sold to Domingo Apressa Falcon. Detailed account. (R. Davis) (1976)
Persons: 
Medina, Nicolas (Alcalde Mayor)
Persons: 
Esperanza, Lope de
Persons: 
Renedo Velez, Francisco de (Alfarez)
Persons: 
Caravaal, Francisca de
Persons: 
Simoes, Joseph
Persons: 
Valdez, Francisco
Places: 
San Joseph del Parral
Ethnic Groups: 
Negros
First Location: 
AZU Film 0318 rl. 1670b fr. 0964-0969.
Original Location: 
AP, Parral, Mf. rl. 1670b fr. 0964-0969
Language: 
Spanish
Rights: 
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