Table of contents for The Presidio and militia on the northern frontier of New Spain : a documentary history / compiled and edited by Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer.


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I.
THE CHICHIMECA WAR AND PEACE, 33
(1576-1606)
Doctor Orozco to the King on How to End the Chichimeca War, 42
Captain Urdifiola's Successful Settlement of the Guachichiles, 62
The Accounts of Captain Juan Morlete, 66
The Audit of Captain Ortiz de Fuenmayor, 11
The Audit of Captain Francisco Beltrnn, 134
Crimes Among the Soldiers, 143
II.
EARLY REBELLIONS IN THE SIERRA MADRE, 149
(I6oi-i6i8)
Prelude to the Acaxee Revolt, 154
Urdifiola's Success Against the Acaxees, 172
Urdifiola Subdues the Xiximes, zoo
The Tepehuan Rebellion Is Ended, 245
III.
MID-CENTURY CHALLENGES AND REALIGNMENT, 297
(1640-I660)
The Tobosos Are Enticed to Peace, 303
Civilians Are Commanded to Make Donations
to Support the Founding of the Presidio of Cerrogordo, 335
The Initial Recruitment for the Presidio of Cerrogordo, 354
A Militia Muster in the Town of Parral, 368
Rebellions in the Tarahumara, 379
The Relaci6n of Diego de Medrano, 409
IV
NORTHERN REBELLIONS AND NEW PRESIDIOS, 483
(1681-1695)
The Governor and an Admiral Dispute Each Other's Authority, 489
The El Paso Presidio Pursues the Sumas, 506
El Paso del Norte Presidio Muster, 512
Captain Ramirez de Salazar Asks the Viceroy's Help, 528
Ramirez de Salazar Accuses Governor Jironza of Failing to Aid Him, 539
The King Orders New Presidios in Nueva Vizcaya, 548
A Municipal Muster, Parral 1686, 568
A New Governor Appeals for More Money, 574
A Campaign Against the Pimas, 583
GLOSSARY,721
BIBLIOGRAPHY, 725
INDEX, 739
Iffustrations
A Soldier, I
A Viceroy, 31
Typical Chichimecan Landscape, 35
Presidio Model of Jalpa, 37
Alvaro Manrique de Zufiiga, Marques de Villamanrique, 38
Martin Enriquez de Almanza, 45
Luis de Velasco, 79
A Magistrate, 147
A Conquistador, 295
The Site of the Cerrogordo Presidio, 299
The Mission Church at San Francisco de Conchos, 309
The Cathedral of Durango, 410
An Explorer, 481
Along the Route of the Generals' March, 587
The Canyon of Dripping Springs, 593
The Sierra del Unaco, Refuge of Pima Rebels, 619
An Archbishop, 719



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Spaniards Southwest, New History Sources, Southwest, New History, Military Sources, Southwest, New History To 1848 Sources, Indians of North America Wars Southwest, New Sources, Indians of North America Wars 1600-1775 Sources