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EL QUEMADO (THE BURNT ONE)

BID Number: 
17412
Ethnicity: 
MESCALERO APACHE INDIAN
Notes: 
1787 : AGREES TO A SPECIFIC, DETACHED RESERVATION. WITH OTHER CHIEFS DIRECTED A REVOLT THAT KILLED SEVEN SOLDIERS. HIDDEN IN SIERRA DEL CARMEN. TO RENEW THEIR FORMAL PACT WITH THE SPANISH. IT WAS AN AMBUSH. THE SPANISH IMPRISONED THE INDIANS. TWO CHIEFS DIED IN AN ATTEMPT TO RESIST. IT IS NOT KNOWN WHETHER QUEMADO DIED IN THE RESISTANCE OR WHILE IN JAIL.
Occupation: 
1787: AGUAJE DE LAS CRUCES/CHIEF
Occupation: 
1788: SANTA ROSA, COAHUILA/(NONE)
Occupation: 
1789 Mar 23: SANTA ROSA, COAHUILA/(NONE)
Source: 
MOOREHEAD
Sources: 
MOOREHEAD: THE PRESIDIO ... (1975)
Variant Spelling: 
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