Texas and Northeastern Mexico, 1630-1690

Texas and Northeastern Mexico, 1630-1690

by Juan Bautista Chapa

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ISBN-13: 9780292789845
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Publication date: 06/28/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 347,189
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Table of Contents

Historia del Nuevo Reino de León by Juan Bautista Chapa
To the Devout Reader

1. The History of Nuevo León from 1650

2. Indians Attack Alonso de León's House

3. Governor Zavala Requests the Establishment of Two Presidios

4. The Events after 1653

5. Punishment of Indians Who Committed the Murders

6. Captain Alonso de León Represents Governor Zavala before the Royal Council

7. Other Military Action in Nuevo Leon

8. Indian Nations of the North

9. The Death of Governor Don Martin de Zavala

10. The Government after Governor Zavala's Death

11. Developments in 1665

12. Other Developments in 1665

13. Two Other Strange Occurrences

15. Developments in the Province in 1667
16. The Indians of the North Continue Their Incursions
17. Tetecoara Indian Attack
18. Success in Capturing the Indians
19. The Request from the Municipal Council of Monterrey to the Governor
20. The Opinion of Fray Francisco de Ribera
21. Fray Ribera's Opinion Continues
22. The Governor Submits This Opinion to the City of San Luis Potosí
23. Other Skirmishes That Took Place in Nuevo León
24. A Great Uprising in the San Antonio Valley
25. Don Domingo de Pruneda Is Appointed Governor
26. The Administration of Don Domingo de Vidagaray
27. Juan de Echeverría Is Appointed Governor
28. A List of Indian Nations That Were in Nuevo León but Have Vanished
29. Indian Nations Added by the Spaniards
30. The Death of Governor Juan de Echeverría and the Administration of Governor Alonso deLeón
31. The Beginning of the Marquis of San Miguel de Aguayo's Administration as Governor of Nuevo León
32. The Continuation of Governor Aguayo's Administration
33. Governor Alonso de León Captures a Frenchman Living among the Indians
34. The French Prisoner Explains Why He Lived with the Indians
35. His Excellency Orders an Expedition to Locate the French Settlement
36. Governor Alonso de León Discovers the French Settlement and the Bay of Espíritu Santo
37. The Expedition Continues
38. Arrival at the French Settlement
39. The Discovery and Naming of the San Marcos River
40. Governor Alonso de León Locates the Two Frenchmen
41. Uprisings in Nuevo León in 1689
42. The Exploration and Settlement of the Rio Blanco
43. The Exploration of the Province of the Tejas Continues
44. TheJourney to the Tejas Continues
45. The Expedition to the Tejas Concludes
Appendix A. Governor Alonso de León's Revised1690 Expedition Diary
Appendix B. Indian Tribes Reported in Captain Alonso de León's Discourses, Juan Bautista Chapa's Historia, and General Alonso de León's Revised 1690 Expedition Diary

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