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Narciso Tapia a Narciso Muniz. Letter concerning Apache truce.

Serial Number: 
300-00101
Title: 
Narciso Tapia a Narciso Muniz. Letter concerning Apache truce.
Author(s): 
Tapia, Narciso
Date: 
12-23-1777
Documentation: 
Janos. December 23, 1777. 3p. Letter. Original. Signed.
Summary: 
One old Apache sent by Apache leader pataneju, 2 Apaches selling Mescal associated with Apache leader el Surdo, reiterate Apache desire for peace and state el Surdo himself traveling thru Apacheria, visiting inhabitants of Sierras Hacha, Florida, Mimbres, Cobre, Blanca, and Rio del Paso del Norte arguing for end to hostilities. el Surdo however can't assure truce between Spaniards, yndios chiricahuo (Chiricahua Apaches), because Chiricahuas Surdo's enemigos declarados. (T. Sheridan) (1977)
Persons: 
Tapia, Narciso (Teniente de Janos Presidio)
Persons: 
Muniz, Narciso (Capitan del Carrizal Presidio)
Persons: 
Surdo (Apache Capitan, El)
Persons: 
Pachateju (Apache Capitan)
Places: 
Janos (Presidio)
Places: 
Hacha (Acha) (Sierra)
Places: 
Florida (Sierra)
Places: 
Mimbres (Sierra)
Places: 
Cobre (Sierra)
Places: 
Blanca (Sierra)
Places: 
Paso del Norte (Rio)
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
Ethnic Groups: 
Chiricahuoz (Chiricahuas)
Ethnic Groups: 
Apaches
First Location: 
TXU, Lat. Amer. Col. Janos folder 003 sec. 01 pp. 197-199
Original Location: 
TXU, Austin, Lac, Janos F. 003 Sec. 01 pp. 197-199
Language: 
Spanish
Rights: 
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