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Narciso Tapia. Auto de testimonio of Apache woman concerning Apache truce with Spaniards.

Serial Number: 
300-00095
Title: 
Narciso Tapia. Auto de testimonio of Apache woman concerning Apache truce with Spaniards.
Author(s): 
Tapia, Narcisco
Date: 
12-14-1777
Documentation: 
Janos. December 14, 1777. 2p. Letter. Auto de testimonio. Original. Signed.
Summary: 
Apache woman, age 35, testifies thru soldier- interpreter Gonzalez that Mimbres Apache leaders Nantaneju, Pachatiju and el Surdo were keeping peace and had sent Messages to Apaches in Rio del Norte, Sierra Blanca, Sierra Chiricagui, and Sierra Hacha (Acha) to keep peace as well. Mimbres Apaches presently camped at Sierra de la Boca to hazer mescal. Slightly different copy of letter, same date, pp. 195-196. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons: 
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Persons: 
Equrrola, Tomas de (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Persons: 
Peru, Joachin (Cadete de Janos Presidio)
Persons: 
Fernandez de Palos, Antonio (Cadete de Janos)
Persons: 
Fermin Gonzales, Antonio (Soldado de Janos, Interpretero for Apaches)
Persons: 
Nantaneju (Apache Capitan)
Persons: 
Pachateju (Apache Capitan)
Persons: 
Surdo (Apache Capitan, El)
Places: 
Janos (Presidio)
Places: 
Blanca (Sierra)
Places: 
Mimbres (Sierra)
Places: 
Chiricagui (Sierra)
Places: 
El Paso del Norte
Places: 
Hacha (Acha) (Sierra)
Places: 
Boca (Sierra)
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
First Location: 
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 191-192
Original Location: 
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 191-192
Language: 
Spanish
Rights: 
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