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ARCHIVO DE LA SECRETARIA DE LA DEFENSA NACIONAL
(ARCHIVO HISTORICO MILITAR)
1853, Nov. 19-Dec. 31. Extracts from the Diario oficial, México, I, núm. 127-169.
Walker expedition against Lower California. (Some issues in the Library of the Archivo General de la Nación. For other issues in AGN, see M-A 1 - Library, 1854, Jan. 1-Sept. 12)
ARCHIVO GENERAL - FRACCION PRIMERA (OPERACIONES MILITARES)
1829-1833, Legajo 7
1830, Jan. 12-Sept. 6. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Attempted revolt of Solís in California, disposition of guilty soldiers, and affairs of California.
1830, May 10. Mission of San José. Durán to the president of Mexico.
Abuse of missions and missionaries of California by government troops.
1830, July 29. González to the minister of war (?) (summary)
Denunciation of Maitorena, deputy from California to Mexican congress.
1831, Mar. 7-1833, Apr. 1. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Proposed reform of Mexican garrisons in California.
1831, Aug. 17. Mission of San José. Durán to Bustamante.
Denunciation of Assistant Inspector Padres as a heretic - California.
1831, Sept. 21-1832, Jan. 26. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Echeandía revolution of 1831 in California.
1831, Nov. 7-1833, June 19. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Echeandía revolution of 1831 in California and later events.
1831, Dec. 9-1834, Dec. 18. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Echeandía revolution in California and affairs of California.
1832, Jan. 17-1833, Apr. 1. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Echeandía revolution in California and affairs of California.
1832, June 6-1833, June 19. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Echeandía revolution in California and affairs of California.
1836, Legajo 6
1836, Mar. 22-1837, Apr. 29. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Chico administration of Califonrnia, uprising of 1836, preparations to crush revolt.
1836, July 20-Dec. 7. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Chico administracion in California and uprising of November 4, 1836.
1837, Legajo 4
1837, Jan. 8-1839, Apr. 11. Official Mexican reports and correspondence.
Alvarado revolution of 1836 in California and reestablishment of Mexican control.
1840-1843, Legajo 2
1840, Apr. 25. Monterey. Vallejo to the minister of war.
Military needs of California.
1840, Apr. 25-Nov. 28. Two letters of Vallejo to the minister of war.
Military affairs of California.
1840, Aug. 13, Mexico. Report of Castro to Mexican government.
Review of affairs of Alta California - defense, danger from U.S. and Russia, commerce, communications with Mexico.
1840, Nov. 29, Yerba Buena. Kostremitin to Alvarado.
Negotiations between Russians and authorities of California over abandonment of Fort Ross by former.
1841, Nov. 8-1842, Feb. 22. Reports of Vallejo to minister of war, enclosed documents, and official Mexican correspondence.
Affairs of California - American immigration, Sutter, Russians, Prudon, defense of area.
1842, Oct. 19-Nov. 1. Correspondence between Jones and Mexican officials in Alta California, and other documents.
Seizure of Monterey by Jones.
1843, Feb. 10, Mar. 2. Duque to minister of war, and notes of Mexican ministry of war.
Arrival of Jones at Mazatlan after seizure of Monterey.
1843, Feb. 17-Nov. 15. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Rumors of revolution in Baja California.
1843, Feb. 23, Los Angeles. Micheltorena to the Mexican minister of war.
Lack of defense in California and fears of loss province to Mexico.
1843, Feb. 23-Apr. 25. Three letters of Micheltorena to the minister of war.
Military needs of California and fears of seizure of territory by United States.
1843, Mar. 23-Aug. 8. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Dismissal of Morales from army for refusal to swear allegiance and proposed exile to Alta California.
1843, Apr. 28-Dec. 30. Official Mexican correspondence and documents, and letters of Thompson to Bocanegra.
Exclusion of American immigrants from the Californias.
1843, Dec. 31-1844, Jan. 3, Mexico. Thompson to Mexican minister of foreign relations, and correspondence of latter with minister of war.
Exclusion of American citizens from the Californias.
1841, Legajo 8
1841, May 26-Aug. 12. Reports of Artista to Mexican minister of war and other documents.
Campaign against Comanches, Texan expedition to Santa Fe, Mexican relations with U.S. and Texas.
1841-1842, Legajo 1
1840, May 1-1841, Aug. 4. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Texan expedition to Santa Fe and Mexican measures for defense of that province.
1841-1844, Legajo 12
1841, May 7-1843, July 31. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Texan expedition to Santa Fe - Mexican measures for defense, desposition of prisoners, rewards to Mexicans, rumor of a new expedition.
1842-1843, Legajo 3
1842, Nov.-1844, May 15. Micheltorena to minister of war, enclosures, and abstract made by ministry.
Occupation of Monterey by Jones of U.S. navy.
1843, Legajo 6
1841, May 18-1845, Mar. 6. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Capture and disposition of prisoners of Texan expedition to Santa Fe., especially Navarro.
1845, Legajo 7
1845, May 9-Dec. 23. Offical Mexican correspondence and documents.
Assembling and outfitting of expedition of Iniestra bound for California.
1846, Legajo 5
1846, Mar. 2-30. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Expedition of Telles bound for Alta California.
1846, Legajo 13
1846, July 7-Oct. 15. Correspondence of Castro with Sloat and Stockton, and other documents, forwarding letter to Mexican minister of war, and reply.
U.S. - Mexican war in Alta California and retirement of Mexican army to Sonora.
1846, Aug. 19-Nov. 7. Correspondence between Miranda and commander of U.S. Cyane, forwarding letter to Mexican minister of war, and notes and correspondence of ministry.
Blockade of La Paz and coast of Mexico by U.S. navy.
1846, Sept. 29-1847, Feb. 13. Articles of capitulation between U.S. and Mexican forces in Los Angeles, correspondence between Flores and Gillespie, report of Flores to Mexican government.
Surrender of U.S. forces under Gillespie in Los Angeles and evacuation of that city - California.
1846, Oct. 16-Nov. 11. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Payment of salaries of two officials of proposed expedition of Iniestra to Alta California.
1846, Nov. 10(?)-18, Mexico. Bustamante to minister of war, and order of ministry.
Progress of U.S. - Mexican War in Alta California and New Mexico, need of aid.
1852, Legajo 5
1851, Feb. 16-Aug. 21. Correspondence between the military district of Sonora and the minister of war.
Military affairs of Sonora.
1852, Apr. 13, Ures. Blanco to minister of war.
Regulationes for assisting admission into Sonora of genuine immigrants and for barring entry of adventurers.
1852, Apr. 16, Ures. Blanco to minister of war.
Arrival of immigrants in Sonora.
1852, Apr. 28. Robles to commander of Sonora military district.
Arrival of French from California in Sonora; injunction to watch Pindray.
1852, June 7, Arispa. Blanco to minister of war.
Announcing receipt of letter about colony of Cocóspera.
1852, Legajo 7
1851, Nov. 29-1852, Sept. 9. Correspondence between military districts of Sonora and Lower California, and ministry of war.
Revolution in Lower California.
1852, July 19-Sept. 30. Cubilas and Blanco to ministry or war.
Rumors of American filibustering expedition.
1852, Oct. 20-Nov. 23. Blanco to ministry of war, and reply.
Defense of Guaymas.
1853-1855, Legajo 16
1852, Oct. 2-1853, Oct. 10. Mexican official correspondence and documents.
Defeat of Raousset-Boulbon in Hermosillo and award of honors.
1853, Mar. 16-July 23. Official Mexican correspondence and documents.
Raousset-Boulbon and Walker filibustering expeditions.
1853, Mar. 24-July 23. Mexican official correspondence and documents.
Rumor of American filibustering expedition against Lower California, etc.
1853, July 16-1854, Aug. 30.
Walker Expedition, barca americana R. Adams.
1853, Sept. 1-1854, Mar. 6. Mexican official correspondence and documents.
Walker expedition against Lower Califonia. (3 folders)
1853, Nov. 7-1854, Feb. 20. José María Yáñez, Antonio Capuzano.
Walker expedition; invasion of North American pirates in Sonora, Sinaloa, and Guaymas.
1854, Legajo 5
1852-1854. "El negocio de los extrangeros en Sonora," supplement to Diario oficial, Oct. 12, 1854, México.
1852, Jan. 8, Mazatlán. Yáñez to minister of war.
Raousset-Boulbon, danger of a filibustering expedition from California against Mexico.
1852, June 1-Sept. 7. Mexican official correspondence, printed in suppplement to Sonorense, Sept. 16, 1852, Ures.
1852, Oct. 11-Nov. 24. Official Mexican correspondence.
1853, [July ?]-Nov. 7. Mexican correspondence and documents.
Proposals of Raousset-Boulbon for a colony in Sonora.
1853, Sept. 4-Nov. 2. Extract of official Mexican correspondence.
Colonization scheme of Raousset-Boulbon.
1853, Sept. 28, Ures. Gándara to the minister of war.
1853, Oct. Letters of Raousset-Boulbon.
Failure of negotiations for founding French colony in Sonora; plans for revolution and filibustering expedition in northwest Mexico; French in California.
1853, Nov. 1-1855, Nov. 7. Mexican official and consular correspondence.
Walker expedition in Lower Califronia and affairs of the territory.
1854, Jan. 7-Aug. 19. Yáñez to minister of war, with intercepted correspondence.
1854, Mar. 9, San Diego. Castillo Negrete to the minister of war.
Walker expedition against Lower California.
1854, Apr. 5, Mazatlán. Valdez to minister of war, and enclosed letter of Raousset-Boulbon to French chargé d'affaires in Mexico.
Proposal to found a French colony in Sonora, negotiations with Mexican government, publication of correspondence by Mexican government.
1854, July 13-Aug. 8. Correspondence between Yáñez and Blanco.
Revolt of Raousset-Boulbon in Guaymas.
1855, Feb. 7. Veracruz. List made by French consul at Veracruz of French prisoners turned over to his government.
Raousset-Boulbon revolt in Guaymas.
1857, Legajo 6
1856, Oct. 18-1857, May 18. Mexican official correspondence, documents, etc.
Crabbe expedition against Sonora.
1857, Apr. 28-July 20, Mexico. Vizcaino to the president and to the minister of war.
Measures for the defense of Sonora and Lower California.
1857, Legajo 13
1855, Oct. 27-1857, Nov. 30. Sumaria on the filibustering expedition of Henry A. Crabbe, 1857, with forwarding correspondence.
American filibustering expedition in Sonora. (3 folders)
1857, May 14-1858, Apr. 28. Correspondence between Yáñez and ministries of war, foreign affairs, and justice.
Case of Jesús Ainza and others implicated in Crabbe expedition against Sonora.
ARCHIVO DE LA BIBLIOTECA - VARIOS ASUNTOS
1706. Expediente on regrating and high cost of merchandise imported from Spain.
Includes petition of Real tribunal del consulado, 1706, and two petitions of the miners of Zacatecas, 1706.
1740, Jan. 1, Madrid. Royal order to viceroy of New Spain.
Commanding that garrison of Veracruz be reinforced and defenses by prepared against the English.
1740, Nov. 2-1741, Jan. 13. Marqués de Villarías to Duque de la Conquista.
Communicating royal orders giving news that destination of English squadrons under Lord Cathcart and Admiral Norris was unknown.
1741, Jan. 10-16, Mexico. Reports of proceedings of two sessions of the Junta de hacienda y guerra.
Defense of the Isla del Carmen against English.
1742, Dec. 4, San Lorenzo. Royal order to the audiencia gobernadora of Mexico.
Communicating news and ordering care to protect the coast against any English attack.
1762. Correspondence and documents.
Capture of Havana by the English and arrangements by viceroy Cruillas for defense of Veracruz and outfitting of hospitals for soldiers.
1770, Dec. 19-1771, May 29. Correspondence between Croix and the governor of Veracruz and others.
Defense of San Juan de Ulua, Veracruz, Puerto de Alvarado, and the Gulf coast of Mexico against English.
1771, Jan. 30-Apr. 6. Two letters of Croix to Fernández de Otañez, and report of latter.
Arrangements for military stores for use if war broke out.
1771, Sept. 10, Perot. Report of engineer, Corral, accompanying map of road from Veracruz to Jalapa and Orizaba.
1777, Feb. 11-1779, Sept. 30. Correspondence between Bucareli (and the audiencia gobernadora) and the governor of the Carmen.
Affairs of the presidio.
1777, Sept. 11-Oct. 8. Correspondence between Bucareli and Carrión y Andrade and Cossio.
Fortifications of San Juan de Ulua.
1778, Feb. 4-1780, Apr. 5. Correspondence between Bucareli, Mayorga, and Carrión and Andrade.
Military affairs, fortifications, and defense of Veracruz and the Gulf coast.
1779, Aug. 17-1780, Mar. 11. Expediente on rise in prices of merchandise because of war with England, and on project to fix prices.
1780, Feb. 3-Nov. 8. Expediente on the uselesssness of the dredge and dump scows of the port of Veracruz, and on the expense of repairing them and keeping their crews.
1780, Mar. 4-30. Expediente on the crews and supply of two gun launches for the defense of the port of Alvarado.
1780, May 10-June 7. Correspondence between Mayorga, Carrión y Andrade, and Santesteban.
Defense of Verzcruz.
1778, Dec. 24-1789, Jan. 7. Correspondence between Flores and Troncoso.
News that forty ships of war were being outfitted in Spain and arrangements to be prepared for defense.
Legajo 1787-1806 (1787-1807?)
1790, July 21-Oct. 18. Correspondence between Revillagigedo II, Lúcas de Gálvez, and Corral.
Fears of war with England.
1805, July 1-1807, Aug. 31. Correspondence between Salcedo and Real Alencaster.
Affairs of New Mexico, American intrusions, Vial expedition.
REGENCIA Y JUNTA PROVISIONAL GUBERNATIVA
#204. 1821. Informe de Manuel de Iruela, Intendente de Oaxaca, Oax., con relación al juramento de la Independencia por los Ayuntamientos de Ciudad Real y Guatemala...101 fojas. (transcript)
TRIUNVIRATO EJECUTIVO Y GOBIERNO DEL PRESIDENTE VICTORIA
#331. 1824-1829. Sublevación de los indios yaquis, en los Estados de Sonora y Sinaloa. Hostilidades de los comanches, en el Estado de Chihuahua...202 fojas. (transcript)
GOBIERNO DE ANASTASIO BUSTAMANTE
#1659. 1830-1839. La Diputación Territorial de la Baja California sobre el reconocimiento de (2) sus atribuciones para ejercer la Jefatura Política. Rebelión de Antonio Navarro, Juan José López, Fray Gabriel González y el súbdito francés Antonio Belloc...439 fojas. (copyflo)
PRESIDENCIA DEL GENERAL ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA
#1883. 1831-1832. Pronunciamiento en las poblaciones de San Diego, Santa Bárbara, San Francisco, Monterrey y Los Angeles, Cal., en contra de la administración del Teniente Coronel Manuel Victoria...27 fojas (copyflo)
#1884. 1831-1832. Pronunciamiento de las poblaciones de San Diego, Santa Bárbara, San Francisco, Monterrey y Los Angeles, Cal., en contra la administración del Teniente Coronel Manuel Victoria...154 fojas. (copyflo)
#1885. 1830. Pronunciamiento de José María Herrera y Joaquín Solís, en el Puerto de Monterrey, Cal., a favor de la Monarquía Española...20 fojas. (copyflo)
#1886. 1831-1834. Partes de la Comandancia General de la Alta California, dando cuenta del establecimiento de una colonia rusa a inmediaciones del puerto de Bodega, Cal. ...52 fojas. (copyflo)
#1887. 1832-1833. Partes del General José Figueroa, Comandante General y Jefe Político de la Alta California, relacionados con el pronunciamiento de Juan Bandini, Pío Pico, José Antonio Carrillo y Teniente Coronel José María Echeandía...133 fojas. (copyflo)
#1888. 1833-1834. Partes de la Comandancia General de la Alta California, dando cuenta del establecimiento de colonia rusa, en el puerto de Bodega, Cal. ...89 fojas. (copyflo)
#1918. 1844. Correspondencia del General Adrián Woll, relacionada con la campaña de (2) Texas...63 fojas. (copyflo)