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Documents concerning raids, plan for next campaign against Apaches.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Author(s): 
Uranga, Salbador del (Capitan)
Author(s): 
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
07-30-1790
Documentation: 
Chihuahua, others. July 30 to September 6, 1790. 10p. Letters, infromes. Signed, transcribed.
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Letters concerning peace negotiations with lipiyanes, natahees, llaneros.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Author(s): 
Uranga, Francisco Xabier de
Author(s): 
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
06-27-1790
Documentation: 
El Paso, others. June 27 to August 11, 1790. 10p. Letters, draft. Transcribed, signed.
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Autos concerning establishment and conditions of Dolores.

Author(s): 
Basques Borrego, Joseph
Author(s): 
Escandon, Joseph de
Date: 
07-26-1750
Documentation: 
Santander. Dolores. July 26, 1750-August 22, 1750. 18p. Autos. Letters. Copies.

Letters and diarios de comision from Borica de Diego concerning military visitas in Nuevo Vizcaya first in this series begins with febrero 14 de 1791.

Author(s): 
Borica, Diego de (Teniente Coronel)
Author(s): 
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Date: 
03-22-1791
Documentation: 
Durango, Mexico, estancia de rio florido, rancho de talamantes. March 22, 1791 -April 6, 1792. 32pp. Approximate letters, diarios de comision. Originals, copies. Reyes trujillo returning after expedition against manta prieta with indian aid ojos Colorados, an indian attack against San Juan bauptista, group of six Apaches being followed by group of indians from Conchos, Apache indian attack in which two men were killed, primera compania Volante kills one Apache and recaptures livestock stolen, troops that escorted Ugarte y Loyola, communication from subdelegado de cosiguariachy advising Borica that in that jurisdiction forcing indians to work in the mines would be prohibited, gets a request from governors of satevo, yoquivo, and guapdaynas that they have their own religious administration because current system of using priests of Batopilas is unsatisfactory due to distances involved, Borica responds by sending letter stating he will look into the matter when he visits these areas and also sends copies of decrees on matters relating to the treatment of indians in missions; letter concerning the matter of indians working as servants in homes of hacendados without pay and prohibitions and circumstances that have led to these developments; letter discussing the points made by Lopez muato on mission and civil authority over indians in missions, what permission indians need in order to leave the pueblos, what kinds of punishments are to be applied to indians who miss mass purposely, policy on alcoholism and delinquency mentioned during religious service, regulations on travel restrictions on indians; travel diary from 2-27-1791 thru 3-13-1791; indian called tomas his history of escape and recapture, last instance of capture was at hands of indians of piedras bolas; travel diary from 3-14-1791 thru 3-28-1791, apprehension of prisoners banda, palacios, Castaneda, gertrudi. Case against them was not proven and key witnesses roman and Acosta did not arrive for judicial proceeding, robberies committed by Juan Joseph conde; punishment of vizcarra for being lazy; meets with rouset de Jesus discussed indian complaints from missions, refers to recommendations made, Tapia requesting indian escorts and his disatisfaction with service provided, ochoa, Jose manuel takes statements from tecoricy and tonachic after their apprehension, visit to pueblo of satebo discontinues practice of cura using weekly workers, semneros in mission without pay; named teniente general for satevo, joya, and baponoyaba; in the latter, wives of prisoners seeking their release and it becomes apparent that without their husbands they have no way of surviving except for charity of the people in their pueblos; meets with anna maria, widow of indian Miguel Mariano, who seeks return of livestock confiscated from husband at time of arrest, he died in jail with daughter. (O. Velez, March 1989)

Letter from Sierra Gora to virrey presenting information gathered by Cuellar regarding area from Revilla to Nueces.

Author(s): 
Sierra Gorda, Conde la
Date: 
10-05-1790
Documentation: 
Laredo. October 5, 1790. 16p. Letter. Signed.
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Cuentas de la collera de Apaches que rindio el Alferez don Francisco Xavier de Enderica comisionado en su conducion.

Author(s): 
Gasiot Miralles, Juan
Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Author(s): 
Bergana, Domingo de (Tesorero)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
12-11-1779
Documentation: 
Chihuahua, Mexico. December 11, 1789 to February 23, 1790. 72p. (Approx) Letters, sworn statements, originals, signed, copies, transcriptions.
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Informe by Barri to viceroy relating requested information on Ibarzabal and conditions in California.

Author(s): 
Barri, Felipe
Author(s): 
Galvez, Josef de
Author(s): 
Falenbock
Date: 
04-00-1769
Documentation: 
California. January 19, 1773. 56p. Informe. Copy.
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