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Indians (Depredations)

Manuel de Espadas (capitan). Report to governor that carancahuares Indians have stolen eleven horses despite peace treaty with Spaniards.

Author(s): 
Espadas, Manuel de (Capitan)
Date: 
09-10-1790
Documentation: 
La Bahia. September 10, 1790. 4 p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Manuel de Espadas (capitan). Letter to governor reporting lipan paid on San Jose mission resulting in death of six soldiers and robbery.

Author(s): 
Espadas, Manuel de (Capitan)
Date: 
03-04-1790
Documentation: 
La Bahia. March 4, 1790. 2p. Letter. Original. Signed.

Rafael Martinez Pacheco (gobernador). Governor to capitan Espadas- reviewing two of his letters reporting lipan Indian depredations, and criticizing Espadas for not being more forceful in stopping such actions.

Author(s): 
Martinez Pacheco, Rafael (Gobernador)
Date: 
03-07-1790
Documentation: 
Bexar. March 7, 1790. 8p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Rafael Martinez Pacheco (governador). Letter to Espadas discussing local raids by lipan Indians for horses and food.

Author(s): 
Martinez Pacheco, Rafael (Gobernador)
Date: 
02-18-1790
Documentation: 
Bexar. February 18, 1790. 3p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Antonio Trevino (sargento). Narration of expedition against the carancaguazes Indians for earlier attack on soldiers.

Author(s): 
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Date: 
12-12-1789
Documentation: 
La Bahia. December 12, 1789. 3p. Diary. Original. Signed.
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Manuel de Espadas (capitan). Letter to governor. Reporting arrest of Pedro Jose, chief of the coco Indians and review of the charge by a council of the various tribes.

Author(s): 
Espadas, Manuel de (Capitan)
Date: 
11-28-1789
Documentation: 
La Bahia. November 28, 1789. 2p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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