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Chacon, Fernando (?) to Nava, Pedro de (comandante). Draft accompanying census returns and reports on crops and weather.

Author(s): 
Chacon, Fernando de (?) (Gobernador)
Date: 
11-18-1797
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. November 18, 1797. 1 pages. Informe. Draft. Original.
General Subjects: 

. One page chart of provincial jurisdictions and rainfalls, harvest and increase in livestock.

Date: 
11-18-1794
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. November 18, 1794. 1 pages. Informe. Original.
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Concha, Fernando de la to Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo. Report on delays of construction of new quartel due to heavy summer rains..

Author(s): 
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Date: 
07-10-1790
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. November 19, 1790. 1 pages. Informe. Original. Dct July 10, 1790 - November 19, 1790.
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Rengel, Joseph Antonio to Ansa, Juan Bapista de. A letter transmitting a royal order requesting reports on the weather and crop production every six months.

Author(s): 
Rengel, Joseph Antonio (Governador)
Date: 
05-10-1784
Documentation: 
Chihuahua. February 15, 1785. 2 pages. Letter. Original. Signed. Dct May 10, 1784 - April 5, 1785.
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Vargas, Diego de. Continued record of events of uprising.

Author(s): 
Vargas Zapata Lujan Ponze de Leon, Diego de (Governador)
Date: 
08-01-1696
Documentation: 
N.p. August 1, 1696 - November 24, 1696. 207 pages. Informe. Auto. Original. Signed. Of rebellion - five priests and more than twenty-one persons killed - another church and convent burnt; war between different indian tribes; some indians sowing maize and various melons; drought - the rio puerco dries up; livestock brought in to the aid of Santa Fe and Santa Cruz. Campaign against rebels vigorously pursued; discovery of a plot to kill the governor; hanging of captured indians; substantial victories won against the rebels; indian dwellings burnt; indian rebels stranded in the sierra, perishing of cold and hunger, and wanting to descend; horses lost, dead from extreme cold and snow storm; dead horses used as food; rebels subdued. Letter from governor to viceroy (incomplete). (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)