4 edition of Aguayo expedition into Texas, 1721 found in the catalog.
Translation of: Derrotero de la expedicion en la provincia de los Texas.
|Statement||by Richard G. Santos.|
|Contributions||Santos, Richard G.|
|LC Classifications||F389 .P4613 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||82183873|
Beginning in the s, the Spanish initiated a series of expeditions, or entradas, into Texas to combat French intrusions into the region (West ). In , Alonzo de León led the first land expedition seeking to expel the French from their colony at Fort St. Louis. The Alarcón Expeditions Martín de Alarcón, often referred to as the founder of San Antonio de Bejar, was responsible for the early settlement near the Presidio which was established there in Alarcón left the Rio Grande on 9 Apr with 72 persons including seven families, considerable number of sheep, cattle, goats, chickens, six droves of mules and horses.
Scope and Contents. Diary in Spanish of Azlor y Virto de Vera, Marquis de Aguayo (), a photostatic copy of the original in the San Francisco Archives of the National Library, Mexico City, contains Aguayo's account of his expedition to Texas () to reoccupy the East Texas missions and presidios that had been abandoned during the French invasion in Aguayo Expedition into Texas / An Annotated Translation of the Five Versions of the Diary Kept by Br. Juan Antonio de la Peña by Santos, Richard G. Austin: Jenkins Publishing Co.,  [1, blank] pp., facsimile plans and maps. 4to ( x cm), original linen-covered boards with brown and copper printed label on upper cover.
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: Aguayo Expedition into Texas An Annotated Translation of the Five Versionsl of the Diary (English and Spanish Edition) (): De LA Pena, Juan A.: Books.
AGUAYO Aguayo expedition, a project of the Marqués de Aguayo, resulted from the French invasion ofwhich caused the Spanish to retreat from East response to Aguayo's offer, the viceroy commissioned him to reoccupy the area.
Aguayo gathered together a force of about men, organized as a mounted infantry, which he called the Battalion of San Miguel de Aragón. There are multiple versions and reprints of the original la Peña diary in the public archives and libraries of Mexico from as early as The following account is extracted from The Aguayo Expedition into Texas (Jenkins Book Publishing Co, Austin, TX, ) which was compiled by Richard Santos from the diverse versions.
Aguayo expedition into Texas, an annotated translation of the five versions of the diary kept by Br. Juan Antonio de la Peña by Juan Antonio de la Peña. Published by Jenkins Pub.
in Austin, Tex. Written in EnglishPages: "The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, " is an article from The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume View more articles from The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association. View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata.
You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: Aguayo expedition into Texas, Austin, Tex.: Jenkins Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: José de Azlor y Virto de Vera Aguayo, marqués de; José de Azlor y Virto de Vera Aguayo, marqués de: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Juan Antonio de la Peña; Richard G Santos.
Book Review | May 01 Aguayo Expedition into Texas An Annotated Translation of the Five Versions of the Diary Kept Aguayo Expedition into Texas An Annotated Translation of the Five Versions of the Diary Kept by Br.
Juan Antonio de la Peña. Cited by: 1. Full text of "The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, " See other formats. THE AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS AND LOUIS-IANA, ELEANOR CLAIRE BUCKLEY I. CONDITIONS ON THE TEXAS-LOUISIANA FRONTIER IN The Spanish Establishments.-The desire of Spain to fasten her claims on eastern Texas had resulted by in what was at best a very weak hold on that region.
Its maintenance was in. Mapping old trails has a romantic allure at least as great as the difficulty involved in doing it. In this book, William Foster produces the first highly accurate maps of the eleven Spanish expeditions from northeastern Mexico into what is now East Texas during the years to Book/long work title: Account of Marqués de San Miguel de Aguayo's expedition into Texas, Online info service & ID: Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla.
Names of people in document. Historical Timeline for Bosque County () In the yeara Spanish expedition led by the Marquis de Aguayo from San Antonio de Bexar to the East Texas missions, outposts of Spanish dominions in the new world, abandoned the old San Antonio Road and took a more northerly route.
They camped on the Brazos near the present site of Waco. Led expedition to East Texas () and he ordered all Spanish to leave east Texas; guided expeditions in east Texas to open missions Aguayo expedition. to occupy missions. Set out in from Coahila with soldiers and horses to reclaim East Texas for Spain.
They reclaimed the missions in because the war had already ended. The expedition crossed into Texas at the Paso de Francia, by then a well-known ford, and subsequently followed the broad, grassy parallel of the outer Coastal Plain to avoid the wetlands near the coast.
On ApDe León found the abandoned Fort St. Louis and the deserted rough dwellings of the colonists, with smashed, torn, and. On Mathe Aguayo expedition crossed the Rio Grande into Texas.
In Julywhile approaching the Neches River, Aguayo's expedition met Louis St. Denis, commander of the French forces in the area, who was leading a raid with the objective of taking control of the Spanish mission at San Antonio de ed by: Martín de Alarcón. Mapping old trails has a romantic allure at least as great as the difficulty involved in doing it.
In this book, William Foster produces the first highly accurate maps of the eleven Spanish expeditions from northeastern Mexico into what is now East Texas during the years to Author: William C. Foster. and Robert S. Weddle, Courtesy Texas A&M University Press. From Aguayo Expedition into Texas, ,by Juan de la Peña, trans.
Richard G. Santos, Jenkins Publishers, Austin, Texas. A, From Imaginary Kingdom: Texas as Seen by the Rivera and Rubí Military Expeditions, and Courtesy Texas State Historical Association. Start studying Chapter 6 7th Grade Texas History. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
The Texas State Historical Association Quarterly Report includes "Papers read at the meetings of the Association, and such other contributions as may be accepted by the Committee" (volume 1, number 1).
These include historical sketches, biographical material, personal accounts, and other research. Index is located at the end of the volume starting on page Author: Eugene C. Barker. readability but could hardly have rescued the book from a well-deserved oblivioil. University of New Mexico PETER GREGORY Aguayo Expedition into Texas An Annotated Translation of the Five Versions of the Diary Kept by Br.
Juan Antonio de la Penia. By RICHARD G. SANTOS. Foreword by TONE E. DUTY. Austin: Jenkins Publishing Co., Notes. Aguayo Expedition Into Texas / An Annotated Translation of the Five Versions of the Diary Kept By Br.
Juan Antonio De La Pena de la Pena, Juan Antonio & Santos, Richard G. Published by Jenkins Book Publishing Co., Austin, Texas ().Buckely, Eleanor Claire. 'The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, ',' The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 9 (July ).
CastaÃ±eda, Carlos E. Our Catholic Heritage in Texas. 6 vols. ' Reprint. New York: Arno Press, Cox, Isaac Joslin.Santos, R. G. Aguayo Expedition into Texas, An annotated translation of the five versions of the diary kept by Fr.
Juan Antonio de la Peña. Austin: Jenkins Publishing Company, Schuetz, Mardith K. “The Indians of the San Antonio Missions, –” Ph.D. Dissertation. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin,