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Narciso Tapia al Narciso Muniz. Description Apache attack on Janos, and Apache peace negotiations.

Serial Number: 
300-00096
Title: 
Narciso Tapia al Narciso Muniz. Description Apache attack on Janos, and Apache peace negotiations.
Author(s): 
Tapia, Narciso
Date: 
12-15-1777
Documentation: 
Janos. December 15, 1777. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary: 
Tapis informs Muniz more than 60 Apaches attacked Janos December 12, 1777. Attack was repulsed soldiers pursued Apaches to Canada de las Yeguas, where Apache capitanes (See 022) sued for peace. Tapia accepted peace, sent Apache emissary with cross to seek peace with other Apache groups in mountains (See 281). (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons: 
Ibarra, Juan de (Soto Cavo)
Persons: 
Egurrola, Thomas (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Persons: 
Peru, Joachin (Cadete de Janos)
Persons: 
Palos, Antonio
Persons: 
Gonzales, Antonio Fermin (Interpreter Soldier At Janos)
Persons: 
Nataneju, (Apache Capitan)
Persons: 
Pachatiju (Apache Capitan)
Persons: 
Surdo (El) (Apache Capitan)
Persons: 
Tapia, Narcisco
Persons: 
Muniz, Narciso (Capitan)
Places: 
Janos (Presidio)
Places: 
Becerra (Estancia Near Janos)
Places: 
Norte (Rio)
Places: 
Blanca (Sierra)
Places: 
Mimbres (Sierra)
Places: 
Chiricahui (Chiricahua) (Sierra)
Places: 
Acha (Sierra)
Places: 
Yeguas (Canada)
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
First Location: 
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 181-186
Original Location: 
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 181-186
Language: 
Spanish
Rights: 
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