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Joaquín Codallos y Rabal papers, 1744-1748.
BANC MSS P-E 49; BANC MSS P-E 47-51 FILM positive microfilm
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Title:

Joaquín Codallos y Rabal papers, 1744-1748
Collection of documents concerning New Mexico, 1681-1841
New Mexico originals
Hubert Howe Bancroft collection

Creator/Contributor:

Codallos y Rabal, Joaquín., creator

Creator/Contributor:

Fuenclara, Pedro Cebrián y Agustín, conde de, 1687-1752

Creator/Contributor:

Revilla Gigedo, Juan Francisco Güemes y Horcasitas, conde de, 1682?-1766

Creator/Contributor:

Menchero, Juan Miguel.

Creator/Contributor:

Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis), 1852-1911, collector.

Abstract:

Includes an inquiry into Navajo life.
Contains: orders from Conde de Fuen Clara, Viceroy of Mexico, reducing force of Santa Fé fort; a resumé of Navajo life; letter from Conde de Revilla Gigedo, Viceroy of Mexico, acknowledging receipt of report of Comanche attacks; and a petition from Fray Juan Miguel Menchero regarding naming Apache as chieftain.

Date:

1744 (issued)

Subject:

Codallos y Rabal, Joaquín -- Archives
Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs
Comanche Indians
New Mexico -- History -- To 1848

Note:

Part of a collection of documents, known as New Mexico Originals, collected by Alphonse Louis Pinart and relating to the administration of twenty New Mexico governors during the Spanish and Mexican regimes.
New Mexico Historical Review, v. 25, p. 244-253.
Also available on microfilm.
Joaquín Codallos y Rabal papers, 1744-1748, BANC MSS P-E 49, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
In Spanish.
Finding aid available in library. Shelved under title New Mexico originals.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.

Physical Description:

print
1 portfolio.
partial microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 110:5) and positive.

Language:

Spanish

Identifier:

BANC MSS P-E 49
BANC MSS P-E 47-51 FILM positive microfilm

Origin:

New Mexico

Related Item:

New Mexico Historical Review, v. 25, p. 244-253.