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Indians (Population)

Gubernatorial correspondence dealing with reports sent to the viceroy on the status of the provinces of Sonora and Nueva Vizcaya.

Author(s): 
Mata Binolas, Pedro de
Author(s): 
Vasquez, Francisco
Author(s): 
Vidal de Lorca, Manuel
Author(s): 
Saenz Rico, Josef and others
Date: 
12-31-1792
Documentation: 
Chihuahua, fronteras, Santa Cruz, Pitic, Babispe, bacoachi, Tubac, namiquipa. December 31, 1792-January 31, 1793. 63p. Letters, informes, relaciones, charts. Originals, signed.

Military administrative correspondence dealing with military actions against Indians and other Indian affairs.

Author(s): 
Nava, Pedro de
Author(s): 
Echegaray, Manuel
Author(s): 
Concha, Fernando de la
Date: 
01-24-1793
Documentation: 
Chihuahua, Arispe, Nueva Mexico. January 24, 1793-January 31, 1793. 34p. Letters, informes, relaciones. Originals, signed, copies.

Gubernatorial correspondence between the governor of New Mexico and the viceroy Revilla Gigedo concerning military actions and operations against Indian rebels.

Author(s): 
Concha, Fernando de la (Gobernador)
Date: 
04-14-1792
Documentation: 
Santa Fe Nueva Mexico. April 14, 1792-November 8, 1792. 62p. Letters, informes peticiones. Originals, signed. Against indians who have stolen horses and cattle from haciendas; governor of New Mexico reports that he has been sick from his eyes and gives account of military actions against indian lipanes; series of letters reporting on good conduct of indians who have made peace with Spaniards, letters mention good treatment towards indians; report is given about problems in catching captain lipan ynx-intle who hides in the mountains; military campaign is organized to drive indian chief out of the mountains; report about indians being organized for agricultural work; report is given about raid organized against indian rebels using indian auxiliaries; comanches attacked Apaches killing some women and the indian chief; governor demonstrated his gratitude to indians for success of operations against Apaches and gives gifts to the indian auxiliaries. (M. Marroquin, December 1989)

(illegible) que manifiesta la Apacheria que se halla de paz este presidio oi dia de la fecha . . . Numero 4.

Author(s): 
Casanova, Manuel de
Author(s): 
Escageda, Jose
Author(s): 
Uranga, Francisco Xavier de
Date: 
09-30-1792
Documentation: 
Carrizal, paso. September 30 to October 1, 1792. 10p. Informes. Signed.
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