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Indians (Crimes)

Ysidro Rey. note to governor of New Mexico that an Indian captured in Chihuahua as a vagabond is being returned to Santa Fe.

Author(s): 
Rey, Ysdiro
Date: 
03-02-1807
Documentation: 
El Paso. 2 March 1807. 1p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Joaquin del Real Alencaster (gobernador). Three letters to audiencia of Guadalajara acknowledging receipt of sentence against Indian Juan Andres...

Author(s): 
Real Alencaster, Joaquin del (Gobernador)
Date: 
11-20-1806
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. 20 November 1806. 5p. Letter. Original. Signed.

Juan Andres. Sentence Indian Juan Andres to five years labor and service in presidio of Encinillas for killing his wife.

Author(s): 
Andres, Juan
Date: 
09-02-1806
Documentation: 
Guadalajara. 2 September 1806. 4p. Auto. Original. Signed.
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Juan Lujan Criminal charges against Juan Lujan, an Indian, for taking a horse from another Indian. Lujan is sentenced to one month in prison.

Author(s): 
Lujan, Juan
Date: 
01-11-1806
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. 11 January 1806. 1p. Diligencia. Original. Signed.

Tafoya, Jose Miguel.

Author(s): 
Tafoya, Jose Miguel
Date: 
12-09-1805
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. December 9, 1805. 20 pages. Diligencias. Original. Signed. Dct December 9, 1805 - March 28, 1806.
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Chacon, Fernando (gobernador). note to audiencia of Guadalajara informing them that a report about an Indian held on criminal charges by fray Isidro Cadelo has been forwarded.

Author(s): 
Chacon, Fernando (Gobernador)
Date: 
11-18-1802
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. November 18, 1802. 1 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.
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