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1Author:  Barbastro, Francisco Antonio, 1734-1800.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Carta al Virrey Conde de Revillagigedo 1793-1794 ead 
 Date(s):  1793-1794 
 Abstract:  Collection contains a photocopy of typed transcription of a letter report that Francisco Antonio Barbastro wrote to the Viceroy Count de Revillagigedo, from the Aconchi Mission, and completed on December 1, 1793. It was apparently sent first to his guardian superior at the Querétaro College, Father Juan Francisco Rivera, because Rivera added his addendum to the Viceroy, dated January 21, 1794. Barbastro's 48-page report first discusses conditions in Sonora: the geography, the missions and towns, the temporal state, the spiritual state, and Indian industries. The most substantial section follows and concerns the secularization of the missions. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) | Missions -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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2Author:  Reyes, Antonio de los, 1729-1787.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Cartas y Informes 1768-1777 ead 
 Date(s):  1768-1777 
 Abstract:  Antonio de los Reyes, 1729-1787, was a Spanish Franciscan, assigned to the Cucurbe Mission in 1768; consecrated the first Bishop of Sonora, Sinaloa, and the two Californias in 1782. Photocopies of typed transcripts of documents relating to Antonio de los Reyes. The letters date from 1768 to 1769, when he first went to the Santos Reyes Mission at Cucurbe; several were sent from neighboring Tuape Mission. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) | Missions -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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3Author:  Aguirre, Jesús Manuel, 1715-1766.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Cartas y Informes 1763-1766 ead 
 Date(s):  1763-1766 
 Abstract:  Collection includes photocopies of typed transcriptions of 37 letters from Padre Jesús Manual Aguirre to Padre Provincial Francisco Ceballos. All but two of the letters are sent from Bocadéhuachi; they are reports from the period when Aguirre was serving as visitador and visitador general. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) | Missions -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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4Author:  Buena y Alcalde, Mariano Antonio de, 1717-1772.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Cartas y informes de Mariano Antonio de Buena y Alcalde 1768-1769 ead 
 Date(s):  1768-1769 
 Abstract:  Mexican Franciscan priest selected in 1767 to be Father President of the 14 missionaries going from the Querétaro College north to the Sonoran province; served briefly at the San Pedro y San Pablo Mission at Tubutama in 1768; then moved to the San Miguel Mission at Ures. Photocopies of typed transcriptions of five letters written by Father Mariano Antonio de Buena y Alcalde, at the Tubutama Mission, 1768- 1769. They are written to the Guardian Father Sebastián Flores, and other unnamed officials, at the Querétaro College, the visitor general José de Gálvez, and the governor Juan Claudio de Pineda. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) | Missions -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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5Author:  Barbastro, Francisco Antonio, 1734-1800.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Carta al Virrey Conde de Revillagigedo 1793 ead 
 Date(s):  1793 
 Abstract:  Photocopy of typed transcription of a letter report that Francisco Antonio Barbastro wrote to the Viceroy Count de Revillagigedo, from the Aconchi Mission, and completed on December 1, 1793. It was apparently sent first to his guardian superior at the Querétaro College, Father Juan Francisco Rivera, because Rivera added his signature, dated January 21, 1794. Barbastro's 48-page report first discusses conditions in Sonora: the geography, the missions and towns, the temporal state, the spiritual state, and Indian industries. The most substantial section follows and concerns the secularization of the missions. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) | Missions -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- 18th century. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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 Title:  Cartas y Informes 1768-1816 ead 
 Date(s):  1768-1816 
 Abstract:  Photocopies of typed transcriptions of 13 letters and reports written by missionaries in Pimería Alta, Sonora, and Chihuahua, from 1768 to 1816. Some letters are addressed to their superiors at Querétaro; others are to include Captain Juan Bautiste de Anza, Governor Juan Claudio de Pineda, and Father President Juan Crisóstomo Gil de Bernabé. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of North America -- Pimería Alta (Mexico and Ariz.) -- History -- 18th century. | Missionaries -- Pimería Alta (Mexico and Ariz.) | Missions -- Pimería Alta (Mexico and Ariz.) -- History. | Piman Indians -- Missions -- History -- 18th century. 
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