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Military Campaigns

Manrique, Jose to Salcedo, Nemesio. Campaign against Apaches.

Author(s): 
Manrique, Jose
Date: 
07-16-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. July 16, 1810. 2 pages. Informe. Original. Draft. Apaches faraones and mescaleros; additions to the diary by Baca and arce; scalps (of Apaches) presented by indians of San Juan de los Cavalleros. (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)
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Governador ynterino del Nuevo Mexico to comandante general. Re: the recently concluded campaign against the Apaches.

Date: 
06-30-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe (?) June 30, 1810. 6. 1 pages. Letter. Informe. Original. Draft.
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Salcado, Nemesio to gobernador ynterino. Re: the involvement of the comanches in the projected campaign against the Apaches.

Author(s): 
Salcedo, Nemesio
Date: 
05-02-1810
Documentation: 
Chihuagua. May 2, 1810. 3 pages. Letter. Auto. Original. Signed. The agreement that as reward for their participation the comanches will keep whatever they capture from the Apaches that the cabo, lucero and the interpreter, martin, will stay with the comanches to observe if the recently captured six foreigners have any other comrades. (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)
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Manrique, Jose. Concerning the proposed attack on the Apaches of Sacramento, involving the comanches.

Author(s): 
Manrique, Jose (Gobernador)
Date: 
03-29-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. March 29, 1810. 4 pages. Letter. Informe. Draft.
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Manrique, Jose. Pertaining to animals recaptured from the enemy during the campaigns.

Author(s): 
Manrique, Jose (Gobernador)
Date: 
03-24-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. March 24, 1810. 2 pages. Letter. Draft.
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Antonio Garcia noriega. Report to governor of futile attempt to follow Apache party, hindered by snow on mountains.

Author(s): 
Garcia noriega, Antonio
Date: 
02-27-1810
Documentation: 
Xemes. 27 January 1810. 2p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Joseph Manrrique (governador). Diary of events pertaining to Santa Fe company from 26 November 1808 through March 5, 1809, includes notice of caravan sent to Chihuahua, troop movements, and small expedition against some Apache Indians.

Author(s): 
Manrrique, Joseph (Gobernador)
Date: 
11-26-1809
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. 9 March 1809. 7p. Diario. Original. Signed. Dct 26 November 1808-to-5 March 1809.

Manuel Ygnacio de Arvizu. Report to governor that his expedition against hostile Indians has not discovered anything and will continue to report. Offers some details on troops and horses.

Author(s): 
Arvizu, Manuel Ygnacio de
Date: 
02-13-1809
Documentation: 
Sabinal. 13 February 1809. 3p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Juan Lusero. Brief account of number of men recruited for militia campaign. Totals for each recruitment list and total force.

Author(s): 
Lusero, Juan
Date: 
12-16-1808
Documentation: 
San Miguel de bado. 16 December 1808. 1p. Informe. Original. Signed.
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