Documents of the Coronado expedition, 1539-1542

"they were not familiar with His Majesty, nor did they wish to be his subjects"

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Statementedited, translated, and annotated by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint
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About The Coronado Expedition: In Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, the governor of Nueva Galicia in western Mexico, led an expedition of reconnaissance and expansion to a place called Cibola, far to the north in what is now New Mexico. The essays collected in this book bring multidisciplinary expertise to the study of that expedition.

Pronouncements in the popular and scholarly press notwithstanding, The Coronado Expedition to Tierra Nueva makes it clear that it is all but impossible to say with certainty that any particular event recorded in the sixteenth-century Coronado documents occurred at any specific place locatable on the ground on a modern map.

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" Edited, translated, and annotated by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. (Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, Pp. xii, $, ISBN 0. As stated in the book Documents of the Coronado Expedition,They Were Not Familiar with His Majesty, nor Did They Wish to Be His Subject: We cannot stress enough that the Coronado expedition and scores of others like it that took place during the s were not primarily exploring parties bent on simply charting the unknown.

Shirley Cushing Flint is coeditor and coauthor of The Latest Word from People, Places, and Portrayals of the Coronado Expedition, The Coronado Expedition: From the Distance of Years, and Documents of the Coronado Expedition, She and her husband and collaborator, Richard Flint, live in Villanueva, New Mexico.

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DOCUMENTS OF THE CORONADO EXPEDITION, “They Were Not Familiar with His Majesty, nor Did They Wish to Be His Subjects” Edited, Translated, and Annotated by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint, (Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas, ).

THK CORONADO EXPEDITION, [u the left hand, which would be more to the northeast, and began to enter the plains where the cows are, although we did not find them for some four or five days, after which we began to come across bulls, of which there are great numbers, and after going on in the same direc- tion and meeting the.

The Coronado Expedition to Tierra Nueva is an engaging record of key research by archaeologists, ethnographers, historians, and geographers concerning the first organized European entrance into what is now the American Southwest and northwestern Mexico.

In search of where the expedition went and what peoples it encountered, this volume explores the fertile valleys of Sonora, the basins and. Why the 16th Century Spanish Conquistadors likely did not descend into Grand Canyon near Desert View: A new perspective There is probably no more historically significant or culturally pivotal event in the history of the south-western USA than the ambitious expedition of Francisco Vázquez de : Ray Kenny.

Cover of recent book by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint presenting Spanish documents of the Coronado Expedition. (Southern Methodist University Press, ).

In an act of thanksgiving for their safe passage across the Chihuahuan desert, the Oñate entrada arranged for a feast to be held and asked the Mansos to be their guests.

licenciado Diego Pérez de la Torre, born in Almendralejo, Spain (c. – ), was a Spanish conquistador, colonial administrator, royal attorney for the Court of Castile, and second Governor of the Kingdom of Nueva Galicia, following the removal of Nuño de Guzmán.

Governorship and Death. Diego Pérez de la Torre, appointed captain general and second governor of the Kingdom of Nueva Born:Almendralejo, Extremadura, Spain. Documents of the Coronado Expedition, "they Were Not Familiar with His Majesty, Nor Did They Wish to Be His Subjects" by/5.

Jan. 1 Mendoza celebrates the new year at Pasquaro. Jan. 9 Coronado at Guadalajara. Feb. 5 Cortes stops at Habana on his way to Spain. February The members of the Cibola expedition assemble at Compostela, where the viceroy finds them on his arrival. Feb. 22 Review of the army on Sunday.

Feb. 23 The army, under the command of Francisco Vazquez Coronado, starts for Cibola (not on February 1).The documents, first declassified for the original edition of the book, formed the heart of the campaign to hold Gen.

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