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sion of New Mexico and Arizona 1861-
1862, rev'd., 233

Koehler (town), 111

La Cueva, 260

Lacy, James M., "New Mexican Women in
Early American Writings," 41-51

La Farge, Oliver, Santa Fe: The Autobiog-
raphy of a Southwestern Town, rev'd., 313

La Joya de Sevelleta, 302 note

La Luz village, 162

Land Grant, railroad, 117

Larrazola, O. A., 246

Las Cruces, developments, 114

Las Dos Republicas, 134

Las Tules, see Barcelo

La Ventana village, 260

Leopard, Donald D., "Joint Statehood :
1906," 241-47

Lezaiin, Fray Juan Sanz de (1750's), 20

Loomis, Noel M., The Texas-Santa Fe Pio-
neers, rev'd., 75

Los Cerros village, 260

Los Quelites village, 260

Lourdes Vocational School, Albuquerque, 106

Lumber industry, 283

Luna, Solomon, 243ff

Luz, Nuestra Sefiora de la, Puerco Valley
settlement (1750), 30

"Macana, Nuestra Senora de la," by Chavez,
81-97

Macmillan, David S. and Brian Plomley, "An
American Surveyor in Mexico, 1827-1860,"
1-8

Mallet brothers, 11

Margil, Fray Antonio, 90

Marques de Taral, estates (Mexico, 1820's),
6

Martinez, Gov. Antonio, Letters, tr. by Tay-
lor, rev'd., 157

Media talla, 82

Medical practice, 161



INDEX



319



Menchero, Fray Miguel, Missionary to

Navaho, 16

Mestas, Joaquin, land grant (1768), 32
Mexico, description (1820-1860), 2; expul-
sion of Spaniards (1820's), 5; leperos
(1820's), 4; silver mining boom (1820's),
2

Miera, Sergeant Don Clieto, 291
Miera y Pacheco, Bernardo de, land grant

(1768), 36 ; mention, 287
Mine, silver (1740), 11
Mining, 110

Mirabal, Carlos Jose Perez de (1760's), 34
Miranda, Fray Antonio de, quoted, 9
Missionary, 9 passim; 1870's, 98ff ; Sonora,

52-54
Montalvo, Fray Felipe, 83 ; Novena a la

Purissima Madre de Dios .... 92 note 6
Montano, Jose, land grant (1753), 29
Montoya, Miguel, land grant (1766), 35
Montoya, Santiago, land grant (1766), 35
Moorhead, Max L., New Mexico's Royal Road

. . ., rev'd., 154
Mowry, Sylvester, 137

McAllister, Dan, "Pioneer Woman," 161-164
McCormick, Richard C., publisher, 143

"Nuestra Senora de la Macana," by Chavez,
81-97

Nuestra Senora del Sagrario de Toledo, 81

Naranjo, Diego, re rebellion 1680, 89

Naranjo, see Diego de Santiago

Navaho Mission (1740's), 12ff ; 21; Encinal,
24

Navahos, 285 ; religion, 28

Navarrete, Fray Pedro, Commissioner Gen-
eral of Franciscans, 12

Navarro, Francisco Trebol, Alcalde Mayor
(1760's), 37

Nepomuceno y Trigo, Fray Manuel San
Juan, 27

Newell, J. J., railroad lobbyist, 125

New Mexican, foods (1846), 167 ; characteri-
zations (1846), 182f ; description (1846),
165-198

New Mexico's Royal Road . . ., by Moor-
head, rev'd., 154

New Mexico, Territorial postmasters, and
post offices, 55-69, 145-152, 203-226, 308

Newspapers, Arizona, 134-143

Orcazitas, Fernando de, Navaho leader, 19
Otero, Manuel A., 245ff

Paddock, John, rev., Sahagun, Florentine

Codex .... 71
Padilla, Fray Juan Joseph, missionary to

Navaho, 17



Padilla, Pedro, land grant (1768), 36

Palace of the Governor, description ( 1846 ) ,
171

Pathfinders in the North Pacific, by Bar-
beau, rev'd., 70

Pino, Fray Pedro Ygnacio del, missionary to
Navaho, 16

"Pioneer Woman," by McAllister, 161-164

Po-he-yemu, re 1680 rebellion, 89

Ponce y Molina, Fray Agustin Carrion, 93
note 10

Postmasters, Territorial, 55-69, 145-152, 203-
226, 308

Post Offices, Territorial, 55-69, 145-152, 203-
226, 308

Population data (1800-1850), 200

Preaching, frontier, 163

Pueblo refugees (1740's), 16

Puerco Valley settlements, 18th century, 30ff

Quint, Howard H., rev., Westermeier, Who
Rush to Glory . . ., 230

Race prejudice, 182

Railroad, Texas and Pacific, 117-133

Railroad Record, 135

Rancho de los Mestas, 260

Range industry, Rio Puerco Valley, 264f

Raton, developments, 111

Rebellion of 1680, the planner, 89

Reeve, Frank D., "The Navaho-Spanish
Peace: 1720's-1770's," 9-40; rev., Kerby,
The Confederate Invasions of New Mexico
. . ., 233 ; La Farge, Santa Fe .... 313

Ribera, Lt. Don Juan Phelipe de, Santa Fe
(1740's), 21

Rio Puerco Valley, community ditch system,
275 ; description, 251 ; economy, 264f ;
flora, 257 ; historical geography, 248 ; irri-
gation, 26 If ; precipitation, 253 ; settle-
ment (1870's), 259f ; soil, 254f; soil ero-
sion, 272 ; temperatures, 253 ; transporta-
tion, 269

Rogers Library, Highlands University, 144

Rolland, Frank, druggist, 162

Romero, Don Pedro (Laguna, 1740's), 20

Roybal, Santiago, Vicar at Santa Fe
(1740's), 11

Rubio y Salinas, Don Manuel, Archbishop,



Sagrario, Nuestra Senora del, 85

Sahagun, Fray Bernardino de, Florentine

Codex . . rev'd., 71
Salsipuedes Canyon (Canada Alamosa), 303

note

Sanchez, Fray Francisco (1740), 14
Sandoval, Sergeant Pablo, 291



320



INDEX



San Bartolome (Tres Lagunas), 288

San Fernando y San Bias, Puerco Valley set-
tlement (1750), 30

San Francisco village, 260

San Francisco Xavier del Bac, mission, 52

San Ignacio village, 260

San Luis village, 260

Santa Fe, description (1846), 170

Santa Fe Republican, 172

Santa Fe: The Autobiography of a South-
western Town, by La Farge, rev'd., 313

Santa Rosa, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe
of, 38

Santiago, Diego de, or Naranjo, 94 note 16

Scalp dance, Laguna (1846), 195

Secularization in Mexico, 90

Sedillo, Antonio (1760's), 38

Simons, Katherine, rev., The West Is For Us
. . ., 232

Sitio de Navajo, 37

Smallpox (1898), 162

Smith, George Winston, rev., Chindahl, A
History of the Circus in America, 311 ;
Comer, Strands From The Weaving, 229

Smoking (1846), 189

Socorro, developments, 114

Soil erosion, 272

Soldiers' behavior (1846), 197

Sonnichsen, C. L. The Mescalero Apaches,
rev'd., 227 ; rev., Bourke, An Apache Cam-
paign in the Sierra Madre . . ., 153

Sonoran missionaries, 52-54

Southern Arizonian, 141

Sports (1846), 185

Statehood, Arizona and New Mexico, 241-47

Stevens, Harry R., rev., The Letters of An-
tonio Martinez . . ., tr. by Taylor, 157

Strands From the Weaving, by Comer,
rev'd., 229

Strong, Charles L., publisher, 141

Sutherland, Samuel Henry, 164

Tafoya, Felipe, land grant (1767), 34
Taylor, Virginia H., The Letters of Antonio

Martinez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas,

1817-1822, rev'd., 157
Territorial postmasters, 55-69, 145-152, 203-

226, 308
Territorial post offices, 55-69, 145-152, 203-

226, 308

Texas and Pacific Railroad, 117-133
Texas, railroad land grant, 119
The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico

.... by Kerby, rev'd., 233



The Humor of the American Cowboy, by
Hoig, rev'd., 159

The Mescalero Apaches, by Sonnichsen,
rev'd., 227

"The Navaho-Spanish Peace: 1720's-1770's,"
9-40

The Texas-Santa Fe Pioneers, by Loomis,
rev'd., 75

The Weekly Arizonian, 134-143

The West Is for Us: The Reminiscence of
Mary A. Blankenship, ed., by Connor,
rev'd,. 232

Towns, descriptions (1846), 167f

Trade goods, 21

Transportation (1920's), 269

Trappers at Taos, 199

Travelstead, Chester C., rev., Geiger, Uni-
versity of the North Plains . . ., 235

Traxler, Ralph N., Jr., "Collis P. Hunting-
ton and the Texas and Pacific Railroad
Land Grant," 117-133

Trujillo, Fray Jose de, 1680 martyr, 93

Turner, T. M., editor, 141

University of the North Plains .... by Gei-
ger, rev'd., 235

Van Houten (town), 111

Wallace, W. S., see James W. Arrott

War for Independence, the planner, 89

Watrous, 141

Weather reports, 163

Wedding (1846), 185

Wells, J. Howard, editor, 141

Westermeier, Clifford P., Who Rush to
Glory . . ., rev'd., 230 ; rev., Hoig, The
Humor of the American Cowboy, 160

Who Rush to Glory . . ., by Westermeier,
rev'd., 230

Widdison, Jerold Gwayn, "Historical Geog-
raphy of the Middle Rio Puerco Valley,
New Mexico," 248-81

Winther, Oscar Osburn, rev., Barbeau, Path-
finders in the North Pacific, 70

Women, New Mexican (descriptions), 41-51

Yrigoyen, Fray Jose, missionary to Navaho,
13

Zevallos, Don Geronimo de, Alcalde Mayor of
Laguna and Acoma, 17



NEW MEXICO
HISTORICAL REVIEW



CONTENTS

NUMBER 1, JANUARY, 1959

Page
An American Surveyor in Mexico, 1827-1860

David S. Macmillan and Brian Plomley 1

The Navaho-Spanish Peace : 1720's-1770's

Frank D. Reeve 9

New Mexican Women in Early American Writings

James M. Lacy 41

Sonoran Missionaries in 1790

Henry F. Dobyns and Paul H. Ezell 52

Notes and Documents 55

Book Reviews 70

NUMBER 2, APRIL, 1959

Nuestra Senora de la Macana

Fray Angelico Chavez 81

The Italians in New Mexico

Frederick G. Bohme 98

Collis P. Huntington and the Texas and Pacific Rail-
road Land Grant . . . Ralph N. Traxler, Jr. 117

Arizona's First Newspaper, The Weekly Arizonian,

1959 Marvin Alisky 134

Notes and Documents 144

Book Reviews 153



NUMBER 3, JULY, 1959

Page
Pioneer Woman

Dan McAllister 161

New Mexico Viewed by Americans 1846-1849

John P. Bloom 165

Notes and Documents 199

Book Reviews 227



NUMBER 4, OCTOBER, 1959

Joint Statehood: 1906

Donald D. Leopard 241

Historical Geography of the Middle Rio Puerco Valley,

New Mexico . . . Jerold Gwayn Widdison 248

Colonel Don Fernando de la Concha Diary, 1788

Adlai Feather, editor 285

Notes and Documents .305

Book Reviews 310



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