Title:Hugo de O'Conor diaries, 1772-1776
Creator/Contributor:Oconor, Hugo., creator
Creator/Contributor:Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo, -1798
Diaries recording three reconnoitering and punitive expeditions undertaken by Colonel O'Conor, Commandant General of the Nueva
Vizcaya frontier and formerly ad interim Governor of Coahuila.
Folder 1. Fragments of a diary, 1772-1773, on an expedition, ordered by Viceroy Bucareli and a war council of April 2, 1772,
to examine possible presidio sites and check Indian hostilities. Includes copies of letters exchanged by O'Conor and Jacobo
Ugarte y Loyola, then Governor of Coahuila, regarding the Lipan Indians. 10 p.
Folder 2. Diary recording the expedition undertaken by O'Conor as Commandant-Inspector of the Internal Presidios of New Spain,
in order to find and punish the hostile Indians in the sierras of Alamo Hueco, La Hacha, Boquilla, and Corral de Piedras.
1774-1775. 38 p.
Folder 3. Diary of the march of a force from El Carrizal to find and punish hostile Indians in the Mescalero region near the
Janos Presidio. May-July, 1776. 51 p.
Subject:frey -- Bucareli y Ursúa, Antonio María -- 1717-1779
Indians of Mexico
Nueva Vizcaya (New Spain) -- Discovery and exploration
Also available on microfilm.
Photostatic prints also available.
3 folders ; 21 cm.
partial microfilm reel (54 exposures) : negative (Rich. 418:17) and positive.
BANC MSS M-M 1788