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TU CD. Colonial Documents

 Record Group
Identifier: TU CD
Materials pertaining to the colonial period. Researchers may wish to also search subjects: Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Spanish documents.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

22/10.1763 113 Civiles N. 148

 Collection
Identifier: 0000-098
Content Description Legal papers relating to the pueblo of Ayo-Ayo, and a lawsuit brought by the native population concerning the loss of their land. Gathered and sewn together.
Dates: 1763-10-23

Estado de las misions de la Nuevo California sacado de los informer de sus misioners en fin de diciembre de 1809, 1809

 Item
Identifier: 0000-076
Content Description Handwritten register in tabular form detailing the California Missions in 1809. It includes baptisms, marriages, deaths, cattle, horses, harvests of crops of various sorts, hides, etc., along with the date the count was taken. These have been drawn out on two pieces of paper and pasted together. It describes San Diego, San Luis Rey, San Juan Capistrano, San Gabriel, San Fernando, San Buenaventura, Santa Barbara, Santa Inez, La Purisima Conception, San Luis Obisbo, San Miguel, San Antonio de...
Dates: 1809

Pimeria Alta letters, 1747-1752

 File
Identifier: 0000-063
Scope and Contents Letter from Father Jacobo Sedelmayr to Provincial Father Andres Xavier Garcia, in reference to the urgent need for mission priests in Arizona country as well as for the two new missions just founded by Father Christoval de Escobar.

Account, dictated by Father R. P. Gaspar Stigler, of the uprising of the Indians in the territory of what is now Arizona and New Mexico.
Dates: 1747 - 1752

[Two relations of the most supreme Texas significance], approximately 1770-1777

 Collection
Identifier: F389-.G68-1770 -Oversize
Scope and Contents Disbound folio pages, Documento XVLIII. Dated in San Antonio de Bexar on April 27, 1777, addressed to the Viceroy Bucareli, containing a "Relation" of Baron of Ripperda, Governor of Texas. The interesting "Relation" deals in 33 Chapters with attacks from hostile Indians, and the "Entradas" of Conde de Galve and D. Domingo Teran de los Rios for its surrender. Also do mention of D. Luis de Onis, Marques de Aguayo and the expedition of D. Pedro de Rivera. Mentioning, also, the foundation of...
Dates: 1770 - 1777