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Autos concerning movement of tlaxcalan families to Casafuerte in Coahuila to strengthen this colony.

Author(s): 
Xiron, Juan Francisco (Licenciado)
Author(s): 
Olivan y Revolledo, Juan de (Auditor)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
06-08-1735
Documentation: 
January 24, 1795. 32pp. Autos. Copia. Rubricada.
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Judicial testimony of land allotment in Rio Verde.

Author(s): 
Nietos, Juan de Dios
Author(s): 
Passanda, Josef de
Author(s): 
Ruibio
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
11-09-1777
Documentation: 
San Luis Potosi. November 9, 1777 - January 11, 1778. 60p. Diligencia. Letter. Informe. Signed.
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el governador del Nuevo Reyno de Leon, representa sre. hostilidades...

Author(s): 
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador, Comandante de las Armas)
Author(s): 
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Date: 
01-13-1791
Documentation: 
Monterrey/Mexico/Santa Rosa (valle). January 13, 1791 - August 27, 1791. 46p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals. Contingent of soldiers to conde de Revilla gigedo, preparing for a visit from conde de Revilla gigedo; nava informs of peace or better said armistice reached with lipanes vaamonde relays this info to conde and requests further instructions; detailed explanation of the peace convention reached between lipanes and Spanish with articles posed by the Spanish and indian responses to them. Articles touch on subjects of captives, geographic demarcation of settlement, land, lipane responsibility for making sure that all in their population are within the reduccion, alliance with Spanish, judicial jurisdiction, Castro orders contingent of men and details quantity of munitions and supplies to bring to go to Rio Grande area in order to battle indians; copy of letter that first appeared in file 162ah, i between ff.448-454 describing attack on Castro by escaping lipanes; further information on contingent of men requested by Castro; vaamonde writes to conde de Revilla gigedo presenting a case for the reinstitution of the two companies that were disbanded by ugalde in nuebo reyno de leon; vaamonde writing on the state of affairs with regards to military situation in nuevo leon, makes mention of failed efforts of his predecessor ugalde to reach a durable accord with Apaches, inability of military to properly defend the area, request for weapons. (O. Velez, September 1989)
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Letters and other documents concerning peace negotiations with the lipanes de Abajo and other matters first in this series begins with relacion que manifiesta.

Author(s): 
Vasquez, Francisco
Author(s): 
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Author(s): 
Munoz, Manuel (Governador de Texas)
Date: 
01-20-1791
Documentation: 
Bahia del spiritu santo, San Antonio de Bexar. January 20, 1791- May 25, 1791. 34pp. Approximate. Letters, relaciones. Copies, originals. Lipanes that include corn and salt; attempted meeting between sas and commandante general will not occur until sas receives word on lipanes in San Antonio; aga informs military that sas is not authorized to accept or reject peace that is responsibility of canoso and he is currently occupied with war against other nations; another obstacle to peace is the accusation by lipanes that ugalde aided comanches against lipanes; lipanes request gunpowder; munoz states that he has gotten cooperation from lipanes and seeks nava's cooperation in supplying indians with some of the goods requested, possible French involvement in the intertribal wars among indians; letter informing that munoz has come to an agreement with lipanes de arriba and has sent emissaries from this last group to persuade the lipanes de Abajo to comply by resettling where they previously were - the other side of Arroyo del atascoso; has authorized the use of force (aided by Spanish supplies) to compel lipanes de Abajo to accept peace treaty, also mentions possible use of comanches to do the same is another option; talks of some of the military obstacles that May be encountered in forcing lipanes; meeting held with sias and others with translators explaining peace treaty and their acceptance of the same. (O. Velez, September 1989)
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Diarios del ayudante inspector don Diego de Borica en su comision de visita de la Taraumara.

Author(s): 
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Author(s): 
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date: 
12-27-1790
Documentation: 
Mexico, Acosta (hacienda). December 27, 1790 - February 2, 1791. 26pp. Approximate. Letters, diarios de comision. Originals. Borica started on November 23, 1790, resumption of visita after cease of indian attacks; leaves 40 men to protect the frontier area; indian theft of cattle from hacienda yndee and rancho ramos, plans to decrease troop strength in tercera compania once indians abandon unspecified area and send those troops to corral de piedra detachment; Borica forming his detachment by pulling troops from companys in area; virrey acknowledges letter sent by Borica announcing the commencement visita. Diary 0f 12-04-1790 thru 12-18-1790. Widow, indian and his family of four approach Borica seeking to be resettled in their original town tizono, had comandante del pilar station 30 men on cienega to protect against indians, stops at canada de san Joseph due to strong snowfall, has subdelegado of the cienega de los olivos transferred to guejonita for purpose of conducting visitas in those jurisdictions, comes across navogame who tells him of indians who had fled missions ostensibly to receive baptism in guerachi, tecorichi, or Nabogame missions, followed them into the barranca de zapa and chase was ended when rainfall made it impossible to continue; soldier dies of unspecified illness during visita; majority of families of baquiriachy involved in agricultural activities; diario of visitas from 12-19-1790 thru 01-04-1791, greater part of population of pueblo of guazarache found in the surrounding valleys looking for corn not produced on their own lands, news of horse theft by indians at tasgera and munquisa 2 parties of 20 men sent after them search terminated at Santa Rosalia, forbids certain missions to continue working indians until paid back salaries; while in Tepehuanes and taraumara made Arechevala and zapiain generals, made Tapia and cruz teniente general; teniente generals given copies of orders prohibiting employment of indians without pay and limiting those persons able to order punishment of indians to juezes reales and justiciales de pueblos, authorizes trevino to conduct search for escaped indians from missions in jurisdiction of oro, guanaceui, and Santiago; letter from sotelo describing capture of indians who had attacked and stolen livestock with aid of Monclova, grado, and Cordero; continues visita through Santa Anna comments on distressed condition of agricultural productivity; named dia teniente general, mentions briefly hardships faced by indians of san lorenzo because of the priest of this area; obliges priest to employ a cook for indians working for him, pay indians for work, supply them with oxen, supply them with food, escorts, and blankets for trips made by indians to Chihuahua in order to transport goods. (O. Velez, March 1989)
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