By David M. Brugge, Rick Hendricks, John P. Wilson
This long-lost magazine, now to be had in paperback, supplies a special look at the outdated Navajo nation. lately rediscovered, it really is either the earliest and simply broad eyewitness account of the normal Navajo place of birth within the eighteenth century. It unearths new info on Hispanic New Mexico and kin with the Indians. For the 1st twenty days in August of 1705, Roque Madrid led approximately a hundred Spanish infantrymen and voters including a few three hundred Pueblo Indian allies on a 312-mile march in retaliation for Navajo raiding. The bilingual textual content allows appreciation of the strangely literate and dramatic magazine. ancient and archeological information are rigorously tapped to retrace the path. "This account units a brand new ordinary for the book of such files. . . . I give some thought to it a gem."--David M. Brugge, writer of The Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute
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They told me that when the sun came up we would fight, that the people were united to have done with us, that the horses were many and the Spaniards few, and that we would not get a single horse out. God Our Lord saw fit for us to meet the dawn on the twelfth with nothing at hand. At sunrise, as they had said, an even larger number of Indians attacked the troops from ambush. At that time I sallied forth to meet them with most of my Spaniards and Indian allies, leaving the rest in camp with the horses, which I kept within sight.
How to resolve this question one way or the other has been the problem, and documents cannot provide much help. 22 This line of inquiry has generated its own body of literature. 23 Seventeen or more of these sites have tree-ring dates, and, with the exception of site LA 2298, these dates have clustered in the early and middle eighteenth century. D. 1700 by more than a few years if at all, we have historical references to the Navajos that are earlier than their pueblitos. Pueblitos seem to have enjoyed only a few decades of popularity.
2 The location of the original journal was still unknown to us when we (still working from Bandelier's transcript) gave a joint paper on the campaign at the 1993 Historical Society of New Page xix Mexico annual conference. Frank Wozniak was in the audience and told us afterward that a 1705 journal was in the Sender Collection at the New Mexico State Records Center and Archives in Santa Fe. The State of New Mexico had acquired the Sender Collection, a separate group of official records from the Spanish and Mexican periods in New Mexico, in 1984.