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Fur Trading

Concha informs of New Mexico's state of troops and enemies and effective means for the containment of these foes.

Author(s): 
Concha, Fernando de la
Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date: 
09-17-1788
Documentation: 
Mexico/santa Fe. September 17, 1788 - April 6, 1789. 32p. Informes. Originals/signed.

Del expediente instruido en virtud de informe del coronel d. Juan del Ugalde sobre asignacion de 6000 pesos para gastos de paz en la provincia de Coahuila

Author(s): 
Ugalde, Juan de (Coronel)
Date: 
09-05-1787
Documentation: 
Mexico, Santa Rosa. September 5, 1787. 20 pages. Index
General Subjects: 

French trespassing into Spanish territory, Part III.

Author(s): 
Barrio y Jauregui, Jacinto (Gobernador)
Author(s): 
Atorin, Juan Antonio (Teniente)
Author(s): 
Soto Bermudez, Manuel Antonio de
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
00-00-1690
Documentation: 
Adaes. Mexico. February 17 - July 28, 1753. 106p. Autos. Declarations. Original. Signed. Copies.

oficio al governador de la Luisiana cortar las amistades de los Apaches lipanes con quatro parcialidades de la naciones del norte y el perjudical comercio de armas de fuego, polvora y munciones.

Author(s): 
Miro, Estevan (Governador de Luisiana)
Author(s): 
Blanc, Luis de (Comandante)
Author(s): 
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Author(s): 
Cavallo, Domingo (Governador y Capitan General)
Date: 
03-02-1791
Documentation: 
Mexico, nueva orleans, havana. March 2, 1791 - March 9, 1792. 52p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals. Apache indians living in peace until 1790 when ugalde led war against them, have had peace with the comanches, mentions groups that have been fighting with the Apaches lipanes and those others with whom they trade, prohibits the entrance of any lipanes into certain rancherias because that is their method of acquiring arms and ammunition; letter making it clear that the idea to pacify the indians of Texas originated with blanc; advises blanc to support enmity between various indian tribes settled between the Colorado river and rio de la Trinidad and the lipanes which are openly hostile to the Spanish, letter distinguishes between indian nations and factions with the latter being the ones most likely to be allied with lipanes, indians in all of Texas are somewhat in revolt because of the lack of goods, these used to be supplied by Armant but has not been able to because of his own lack of goods and credit, blanc seeks to go personally to indian villages in order to break links that some factions have with lipanes in trade and commerce (will need goods to facilitate this process) and will eventually will appoint a commissary to periodically visit indians in order to maintain their loyalties to Spanish and keep them pacified; Luis de blanc seeks to have his son named as commissary to indians cites his family's good relations with indians as supporting factor; indians trading pieles de liboras for the goods provided by the Spanish they call this trading combalache, sets out logistics of this commerce, Cabello advises those involved not to accept horses or donkeys as payment for goods because indians will just rob them later on. Talks of establishing prices for trade, advises that they not trade with aguardiente, cites the bundles of raw tobacco as one of the more important items with which to trade; miro has received copy of letter written by Cavello giving advise on how to handle indians in Texas and Coahuila from his personal experiences as governor in these areas. (O. Velez, September 1989)

Autos sobre llegada de dos franceses al Nuevo Mexico.

Author(s): 
Toledo, Juan Joseph (Fray)
Author(s): 
Velez Cachupin, Thomas (Gobernador)
Date: 
08-06-1752
Documentation: 
Pecos. August 6, 1752. 128p. Informe. Signed.
General Subjects: 

Inquiry from gobernador Arrillaga about problem of neutral ships landing at more than one Spanish port unnecessarily. Replies and answers based on treaties between Spain and other powers and royal decrees, orders, etc.

Author(s): 
Arrillaga, Jose Joaquin (Gobernador)
Author(s): 
Galvez, Jose de (Virrey)
Author(s): 
Velazquez de Leon, Manuel
Author(s): 
Iturrigaray, Jose de (Virrey)
Author(s): 
Floridablanca, Conde de
Author(s): 
Soler
Author(s): 
Ximenez
Author(s): 
Lagarsurieta
Author(s): 
Borbon
Author(s): 
Lizana y Beaumont, Francisco Xavier de (Arzobispo)
Author(s): 
Alvarez
Author(s): 
Arnaiz
Author(s): 
Cumana
Author(s): 
Iturride
Author(s): 
And Others
Date: 
12-06-1800
Documentation: 
Loreto, Madrid, Mexico. December 6, 1800 - September 18, 1810. 206p. Informes, accords and treaties, royal decrees, letters. Originals. Signed. Copies. Translations. Typeset.

Sobre tres desertores de la fragata anglo-americano mercurio que se presentaron en el presidio de Santa Barbara. Declaraciones tomadas a los individuos christianos desertores de un barco americano.

Author(s): 
Arrillaga, Jose Joaquin (Gobernador)
Author(s): 
Arguello, Jose (Comandante)(Capitan)
Author(s): 
Ortega, Juan de (Cabo)
Author(s): 
Maitorena, Jose Joaquin (Alferez)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
12-20-1809
Documentation: 
Monterrey, Santa Barbara (presidio),San Blas, Mexico. December 20, 1809 - August 31, 1810. 36p. Various. Originals. Signed.
General Subjects: