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Domingo Cabello to de Croix. Concerns trade of firearms between lipanes, cocos and mayeyes.

Author(s): 
Cabello, Domingo
Date: 
03-14-1780
Documentation: 
Bahia del spiritu santo. March 14, 1780. 5p. Dct February 1, 1780.
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Angel de Martos y Navarrete. Transfer of San Augustin de Ahumada to Trinity river.

Author(s): 
Martos y Navarrete, Angel de
Date: 
05-20-1760
Documentation: 
Los adaes. May 20, 1760. Interogatorio. Copy.

Fray Jose Abad, Marques de Aranda (fiscal). Proposal to found a mission for the orcoquisos.

Author(s): 
Aranda, Marques de (Fiscal)
Author(s): 
Abad, Jose (Fray)
Date: 
11-00-1759
Documentation: 
Nuestra Senora de la Cruz de orcoquisa; Mexico (Ciudad). November 1759-March, 1760. Letter. Decreto. Copy.
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Angel Martos y Navarrete al Marques de las Amarillas. Description of geography of area in Texas.

Author(s): 
Martos y Navarrete, Angel (Gobernador)
Date: 
12-06-1759
Documentation: 
Los adaes and San Augustin de Ahumada. December 6, 1759. Copy.
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Herrero, Mariano de to Melgares, Facundo. Concerning Yturvide's order for bear skins for military hats.

Author(s): 
Melgares, Facundo (Governador)
Date: 
11-10-1821
Documentation: 
Durango. November 10, 1821. 2 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.
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A note charging three soldiers the price of three sheep killed by bears, and taken by the three.

Date: 
10-08-1819
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. October 8, 1819. 1p. Letter. Original.
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Manrique, Jose. Letter concerning relations between the indians; and presence of foreigners.

Author(s): 
Manrique, Jose (Gobernador)
Date: 
03-27-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. March 27, 1810. 3 pages. Letter. Draft. Existence of a united settlement of comanches and caiguas near to the rio huerfano; a state of peace existing between the caiguas and cuampes; the sighting of five foreigners at the source of the rio de napeste, who claim to be otter-hunters, but who behave suspiciously. The governor is uneasy, and urges alertness and caution so as not to be caught unaware by possible development. (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)
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