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Indians (Social And Moral Characteristics)

Documents reporting Indian raids, militia activities in Nueva Vizcaya.

Author(s): 
Bonifant de Perea, Francisco Jose
Author(s): 
Olvera (Jose Antonio)
Author(s): 
Sanchez Tagle, Bonifacio
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
08-31-1789
Documentation: 
Durango, others. August 31 to October 11, 1789. 60p. Informes, letters. Signed, transcribed. Lists of all people, livestock captured or killed. Each incident described in much detail. Militia attempts offensive against indian camps. Mentions execution of Apache prisoners. Describes santos (Tarahumara), quotes his interaction with Spanish villagers. Mentions stores of corn, wheat, pumpkins reserved for troops. Gives good idea of style of Apache raids. (A. Dean, March 1989)
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Bazquez' testimonio concerns auto governing grazing site use near Coahuila capitol, 1753.

Author(s): 
Bazquez Borrego, Joseph
Date: 
04-07-1753
Documentation: 
Nuevo Santander. April 7, 1753. 20p. Letters, autos. Copies.
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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.

por la carta de v.e. de 28 de noviembre proximo pasado veo se ha servido aprovar las determinaciones que tome . . . .

Author(s): 
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Date: 
12-27-1792
Documentation: 
Nueva Vizcaya. December 27, 1792 to January 22, 1793. 30p. Letters, drafts. Signed.
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