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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Notes

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

I. Subgroup, Campbell White Pennington

II. Subgroup, Gordon Campbell WhiteDiaries, 1872-1923

The Benson Latin American Collection

Campbell W. Pennington:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Benson Latin American Collection



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Pennington, Campbell W.
Title: Campbell W. Pennington Papers
Dates: 1872-
Abstract: Reproductions and transcriptions (chiefly of relaciones) from various archives and publications, notes and writings by Campbell W. Pennington, geographer of indigenous peoples of Mexico; diaries of Pennington's uncle, Gordon Campbell White, agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
OCLC Record No.: 33036864
Extent: 8.6 linear feet
Quantity: (7 reels) microfilm
Language: English and Spanish
Repository: Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Notes

Campbell White Pennington

Born February 2, 1918, in Campbell's Station, Tennessee. B.A. 1947 and M.A. 1949, The University of Texas; Ph.D. 1959, University of California, Berkeley. Assistant professor of geography, Georgia State College, 1956-1957; Assistant professor, 1957-1960, and associate professor, 1960-1964, University of Utah; and professor of geography, Southern Illinois University, 1964-1974. Pennington's publications include The Tarahumar of Mexico and The Tepehuan of Chihuahua. He edited The Pima Bajo of Central Sonora, Mexico ;Arte y vocabulario de la lengua dohema, heve, o eudeva; and La cultura de los Eudeve del Noroeste de Mexico.and

Gordon Campbell White

Gordon Campbell White, great-uncle of Campbell White Pennington, was born at Campbell's Station, Tennessee on August 26, 1872; he died in Washington, D.C. on January 16, 1923. Mr. White attended Vanderbilt University and taught at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas.

Mr. White moved to El Paso, Texas, where he became an employee of the Southern Pacific Railroad. From 1899 until 1913 he worked as a freight clerk, freight inspector, rate clerk, chief clerk, claim adjuster, chief rate clerk, tariff compiler, station tariff inspector, and industrial agent, ending his career with Southern Pacific as assistant to the general freight and passenger agent of the Southern Pacific in Arizona and Mexico.

Mr. White was employed in Washington, D.C. as Specialist in Charge of Transportation, Bureau of Markets, United States Department of Agriculture, from December 1, 1913, until his death in 1923.

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Scope and Contents

Reproductions and transcriptions from various archives and publications; writings by Pennington; microfilm; and personal diaries comprise two subgroups, one consisting of materials generated by Pennington and the other of the diaries of his great-uncle, Gordon Campbell White.

Materials from the Pennington subgroup pertain to northern Mexico in the colonial period, focusing on its missions; its inhabitants, including the Tepehuan, Tarahumare, and Pima Indians, and their languages; and its topography. Reproductions and transcriptions consist largely of photocopies and typescripts in Spanish and English of the "Relaciones topográficas de pueblos de México, " the originals of which are in the Biblioteca Nacional (Spain) and the Hidalgo del Parral (Mexico)Archivo; nine notebooks contain handwritten transcriptions from materials in the Parral Archives. Other reproductions and transcriptions are of various materials from the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley (primarily the H.E. Bolton Collection), the Archivo General de la Nación (Mexico), and a few other repositories, as well as of published articles and extracts from monographs.

Pennington's writings include the monograph, The Tepehuan of Chihuahua: their material culture, and the typescripts, "Bosquejo grammática y vocabulario de la lengua Ópata", "The kickball game among the Tarahumar of Mexico,", and"A vocabulary made at Ónavas, Sonora, among the Pima Bajo." Seven reels of microfilmed research materials complete the subgroup.

The diaries (1872-1923) of Gordon Campbell White relate to his personal life and career with the Southern Pacific Railroad in Texas, Arizona, and Mexico. They also provide a U.S. expatriate's view of events associated with the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

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Arrangement

Every effort was made to respect original order insofar as it was determined to exist, resulting in the maintenance as discrete entities of binders and volumes compiled by Dr. Pennington. Other materials, found loose in a number of boxes and cartons, possessed no apparent significant order. Binders and volumes were disbound and rehoused in materials appropriate for their preservation, but the units, many of which had tables of contents, were maintained largely intact. Exceptions resulted where photocopies of entire publications were removed for separate cataloging, and where items apparently had been removed/relocated before the collection arrived at the Benson Latin American Collection.
The decision to maintain groupings established by Dr. Pennington left various copies and derivatives of the "Relaciones topográficas de pueblos de México" dispersed throughout the papers. The relaciones constitute a significant portion of the papers, and are comprised of photocopies of the original manuscripts as well as typescripts in Spanish and English. All versions of a given relacion are sometimes found together, but more often are not.

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Index Terms

Subjects
Pennington, Campbell W.--Archives.
White, Gordon Campbell--Diaries.
Jesuits--Mexico--History.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company --History --Sources.
Missions--Mexico--History.
Pima Indians--Mexico
Tarahumare Indians--Mexico
Tepehuan Indians--Mexico
Railroads--History.
Mexico--Description and travel.
Mexico--Languages.
Mexico, North--History--To 1810.
Mexico--History--1910-1946--Sources.
Other Entries
Biblioteca Nacional (Spain)
Hidalgo del Parral (Mexico). Archivo.
Bancroft Library.
Archivo General de la Nación (Mexico)
Relaciones topográficas de pueblos de México

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Related Material

Location of Originals

Originals of the archival materials transcribed are in the Biblioteca Nacional (Spain) and in Hidalgo del Parral (Mexico). Archivo.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Campbell W. Pennington Papers, 1872-, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Acquisition Information

The Campbell W. Pennington Papers were donated to the Benson Latin American Collection by Campbell W. Pennington in 1993. The diaries of Pennington's great-uncle, Gordon Campbell White, were donated by Dr. Pennington in 1969.

Processing Information

The physical extent of the papers was reduced by processing from approximately 13 linear feet to 8.6 linear feet (many duplicates were discarded and items suitable for individual cataloging were separated).

The papers were described by the Benson's Mexican Archives Project during May-July 1995.

Finding aid initially prepared by the Mexican Archives Project, July 1995.

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Other Finding Aids

Related finding aids in the Benson Collection Rare Books Reference:

  1. List of relaciones
  2. Index to the Parral Archives notebooks
  3. Container list
  4. List of items removed

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Subgroups and Series

I. Subgroup, Campbell White Pennington

1. Series, Reproductions and transcriptions from archives and publications
6.4 linear ft.
a. Subseries, Materials from the Parral Archives
1.2 linear ft.
Nine volumes of handwritten notes made from materials in the Parral Archives, and eight inches of transcriptions made from the notebooks. The transcriptions were bound by Pennington and formed volumes 1-12 of his numbering system.
Box Folder
1 1-9 Parral Archives notebooks
Index available in the Benson Rare Books Reading Room.
Box
2-3 Parral Archives, vols. 1-4
CWP Volume 1-12
b. Subseries, Copies and transcriptions of the"Relaciones topográficas de los pueblos de México," from the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid and the Archivo General de la Nación (Mexico)
1 linear ft.
These materials constituted volumes 13-15 and 21 in Pennington's numbering system, as well as copies of relaciones found unbound in several containers. Volume 13 consists of copies of manuscripts from the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid; Volume 14 of Spanish transcriptions of the items in Volume 13, and Volume 15 of typescripts, primarily in English, of the items in Volume 13. Pennington's original binders for Volumes 13 and 14 were dated 1956.
Volume 21 is composed mostly of different relaciones than those in Volume 13, in varying formats. The unbound relaciones are primarily photocopies of manuscripts, rather than transcriptions.
Box Folder
4 1 "Compendio de las noticias que S.M. por su real orden de 20 de Octubre prÓximo pasado ordena que se puntualizen para el completo conocimiento de la geografía, física, antiguedades, mineralogía y metalurgía de este reyno de Nueva España ..."
CWP Volume 13
2 Tonachic
CWP Volume 13
3 Thomochic
CWP Volume 13
4 Navogame
CWP Volume 13
5 Santa Eulalia de Chihuahua
CWP Volume 13
6 Tutuaca
CWP Volume 13
7 Cerocahui
CWP Volume 13
8 San Buenaventura
CWP Volume 13
9 Chinipas
CWP Volume 13
10 Batopilillas
CWP Volume 13
11 Cucihuriachic
CWP Volume 13
12 Morís
CWP Volume 13
13 Baqueachic
CWP Volume 13
14 San Miguel de Las Bocas
CWP Volume 13
15 Gueguachic
CWP Volume 13
16 San Buenaventura? (Illustrations of flora and fauna)
CWP Volume 13
17 "Descripción de Tonachic con sus anexos de pueblos o visitas - Tecaborachic, Santa Ana, Aboteachic y Guachochic, en esta provincia de la Tarahumara," 1777
CWP Volume 14
18 "Descripción geográfica de la misión de Navogame," 1777
CWP Volume 14
19 "Explanación y narración descriptiva ... Santa Eulalia de Chihuahua," 1778
CWP Volume 14
20 "Noticias de dichos pueblos de Tutuaca como se ordena," 1777
CWP Volume 14
21 "Informe sobre esta región de Sorocahui de la geografía, física, historia natural, de las antiguedades, etc.," 1777
CWP Volume 14
22 "Guazápares. Descripción geográfica," 1777
CWP Volume 14
23 "Descripción geográfica de Chinipas en el año de 1777"
CWP Volume 14
24 "Pueblo de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe," 1777
25 San Buenaventura?
CWP Volume 14
26 "Relación de Batopilillas, 1777"
CWP Volume 14
27 "Relación de Cusihuiriachic, 1778"
CWP Volume 14
28 "Relación de Morís, 1777"
CWP Volume 14
29 "Relación de Baqueachic," 1778
CWP Volume 14
30 "Relación de San Miguel de las Bocas, 1777"
CWP Volume 14
31 "Relación de Gueguachic, etc.," 1777
CWP Volume 14
32 Table of contents and index for Volume 15
CWP Volume 15
33 "Description of Tonachic with its dependant villages and settlements, Tecaborachic, Santa Ana, Aboteachic and Guachochic, in this province of the Tarahumara," 1777
CWP Volume 15
34 "Report of the mission de Tomochic with its three dependant villages by Father Antonio Rael de Arechi ..., 1777,."
CWP Volume 15
35 "Geographic description of the mission of Novagame," 1777
CWP Volume 15
36 "Explanation and description of ... Santa Eulalia de Chihuahua," 1778
CWP Volume 15
37 "Noticia de dichos pueblos de Tutuaca," 1777
CWP Volume 15
38 "Informe sobre esta región de Sorocahui," 1777
CWP Volume 15
39 "Guazápares. Descripción geográfica," 1777
CWP Volume 15
40 "Descripción geográfica de Chinipas," 1777
CWP Volume 15
41 San Buenaventura?
CWP Volume 15
42 "Relación de Batopilillas," 1777
CWP Volume 15
43 "Report of Cusihuirachic, 1778"
CWP Volume 15
44 "Report of Morís," 1777
CWP Volume 15
45 "Report of Baqueachic, 1777"
CWP Volume 15
46 "Report of San Miguel de Las Bocas, 1777"
CWP Volume 15
47 "Report of Gueguachic, etc.," 1777
CWP Volume 15
48 "Descripción topográfica, física, natural, política y metalúrgica de las misiones de propaganda fide, de la Sierra Madre de la Vizcaya, pertenecientes al Colegio ApostÓlico de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas, en el año de 1778"
CWP Volume 15
49 "Topographical description of the missions of propaganda see of Our Lady of Guadalupe de Zacatecas ..."
CWP Volume 15
Box Folder
5 1 Table of contents for Volume 21
CWP Volume 21
2 "Real de Nuestra Señora de la Merced de Oro, 1777"
CWP Volume 21
3 "General noticia de el temperamento, aguajes, minas, y demás que componen este Real de San Jose de Javier y su jurisdicción, como adentro se expresa. Año 1778"
CWP Volume 21
4 "Descripciones geográficas, físicas, metalúrgicas, mineralÓgicas e historia natural de la region de Indé, Durango"
CWP Volume 21
5 "Villa de Nombre de Dios, Año de 1777. Relación o noticias que puntualiza y comunica sobre las facultades de geografía, física, antiguedades, mineralogía y metalurgía, que se le manda y remite el padre cura vicario de la villa del Nombre de Dios, reyno de Nueva España y obispo de Durango, Nueva Vizcaya"
CWP Volume 21
6 "Curato de Tamazula, sita en la alcaldía del Real de Vianori Gobierno de la Nueva Vizcaya - Geografía que forma don Agustín Fernández, teniente del curato referido con arreglo a la instrucción del señor don Antonio de Ulloa"
CWP Volume 21
7-8 Relación de Nieves, 1777
CWP Volume 21
9 "Puntual descripción y explicación de este real de minas del señor San Pedro de los Chalchihuites, su situación, arboledas, y demás que en él se expresa; en cumplimiento de la real order [orden?] y determinación de su majestad, que dios guarde" 1777
CWP Volume 21
10 "Relación de este pueblo y missión de San Miguel de Saguaripa y sus anecsos." (Two folders; one in English)
CWP Volume 21
11 "Description of this town and mission of San Miguel de Sahuaripa and its annexes ... 1778"
12 San Ignacio de Piastla
13 San Juan Bautista and Fuerte de Montes Claros, Sinaloa
14 Amusgos
15 Apoala, Oaxaca
16 Capulhuac
17 Chazumba
18 Chilapa
19 Chinameca
20 Colima [Tecalitlán]
21 Ixtapan
22 Ixtlahuacan
23 Jalapa
24 Jamiltepec
25 Justlahuaca
26 Santa María del Oro
27 Tejupan
28 Teococuilco
29 Teotitlan del Valle
30 Teozacualco
31 Tetepac
32 Xalatlaco
33 Xaltepec
34 Xilotepec
35 Yagavijla
36 Yolotepec
Box Folder
6 1 Zapotlán el Grande [Cuidad Guzmán]
2 Zimapan
3 Batopilillas
4 Chalchuites
5 Coixtlahuaca, Oaxaca
6 Cusihuiriachic, Chihuahua
7 Indé, Durango
8 Guazápares, Chihuahua
9 Nabogame, Chihuahua
10 Nombre de Dios, Durango
11-12 Rio Chico, Sonora
13-14 Rosario, Sonora
15 San Juan Bautista de Yndée
16 San Miguel de las Bocas
17 Santa Eulalia, Chihuahua
c. Subseries, Other photocopies, transcriptions, extracts, and notes
4.2 linear ft.
This subseries is composed of items found in notebooks, as well as unbound materials. The bound items comprised Volumes 16-20 of Pennington's numbering system, an unnumbered volume of "Cartas Anuas" and five unlabeled binders, designated A-E by project staff.
The materials consist of photocopies of archival documents and published articles, typescripts of extracts from books and archival materials, and notes relating to research. Note: Not all items listed on original tables of contents were found to be present at the time of processing.
Many of the unbound items are photocopies of materials from the H. E. Bolton Papers, at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. Others are photocopies of items held by the Archivo General de la Nación, Mexico. A few items copied from the holdings of the Benson Latin American Collection (primarily the W. B. Stephens Collection) have been retained in the Pennington Papers because information was added to them by Pennington; others were discarded.
Box Folder
6 18 Table of contents for Volume 16
CWP Volume 16
19 Pages from capitulo quincuagesimosexto, Misiónes de la Tarahumara y de la Tepehuana
CWP Volume 16
20 Neumann letters; Excerpts from Joseph Neumann, A history of the revolts against the missionaries of the Society of Jesus and their auxiliaries among the Indian nations; Comment on life of Neumann, taken from Allan Christslow, "Letters of Father Joseph Neumann, S.J., missionary to the heathen Tarahumaras," unpublished manuscript, Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library
CWP Volume 16
21 Notes regarding Neumann letters
CWP Volume 16
22 Excerpts from Father Ratkay, An account of the Tarahumar missions and a description of the tribe of the Tarahumars and of their country, Carichic, March 20, 1683
CWP Volume 16
23 Letter of Guadalajara and Tardá (1675) [Doc. Hist. Mex, 4th Ser., Vol. 3, pp. 272-294]
CWP Volume 16
24 Notes from A. S. Stierkanowski, Expulsion of the missionaries from northern Spanish America. [from typescript in the Bolton Collection]
CWP Volume 16
25 "An account of the founding of this mission of Jesus Carichic, and of the growth which it has made since November 8, of the year of 1675"
CWP Volume 16
26 "[Report of the] mission of Señor San Joseph de el Tisonazo, April 18, 1745." Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library, University of California
CWP Volume 16
27 "Report on this mission of San Pablo and its visitas, 1745." Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library, University of California
CWP Volume 16
28 "Maggs Collection." (Translations of the 1774 reports on Pimería missions from the Bolton Collection; see also Box 10)
CWP Volume 16
29 Recapitulation of data in Maggs Collection, previous folder
CWP Volume 16
30 Notes on: (1) letter of Salvatierra to Pardo, June 16, 1681, (2) letter of Juan Bautista Ancieta to Salvatierra, Feb. 26, 1681, (3) Ancieta to Pardo, March 20, 1863, (4) Alegre’s account of Salvatierra’s descent into Rio Urique
CWP Volume 16
31 1694 Edicts of war ... ; extract from "Carta al virrey ..."
CWP Volume 16
32 Notes from Christoph Gottlieb von Murr, Nachrichten von verschiedenen Ländern des Spanishen Amerika
CWP Volume 16
33 Extracts from Perez de Ribas, Jesuit missions of Sinaloa
CWP Volume 16
34 Table of contents for Volume 17
CWP Volume 17
35 Letter of Lope de Cuellar to de Croix, Chihuahua, 6 January 1768.
CWP Volume 17
36 Letter of Lope de Cuellar to de Croix, Chihuahua, 6 January 1768.
CWP Volume 17
37 "Consulta al señor virrey, del gobernador de Chihuahua sobre la moderación de los mandamientos, setiembre 1 de 1744." (With English translation)
CWP Volume 17
38 "Carta del padre San Juan de Guendulain al provincial Gaspar Roder," 22 Diciembre 1725. (With English translation)
CWP Volume 17
39 "Relación de ... 1644 hasta el de 45," Nicolás de Zepeda. (With English translation)
CWP Volume 17
40 "Noticias de las misiones sacadas de la anua del padre José Pascual; año de 1651." (With English translation)
CWP Volume 17
41 Carta de José Tarda & Tomás de Guadalajara, 1676
CWP Volume 17
42 Informe del padre Ignacio Lisasoain. (With English translation)
CWP Volume 17
Box Folder
7 1 Table of contents for Volume 18
CWP Volume 18
2 "Patentes y comunicaciones que se refieren a la Tarahumara"
CWP Volume 18
3 Barlow, R.H., La relacion de Sahuaripa de 1778. Mexico, 1947.
CWP Volume 18
4-6 "Historia de la nueva entrada de los padres de la Compañía de Jesús a las naciones de Chinipa, Varohios, Guailopos, Guasapari, Temori y otras, 1681" (Two copies in Spanish; one in English)
CWP Volume 18
7 Table of contents for Volume 19
CWP Volume 19
8 Drey newe relationes, 1611
CWP Volume 19
9 Letter of Martín Peláez, 1605
CWP Volume 19
10-11 Francisco del Barrio. "Relación de las cosas suscedidas [en] las serranias de Choras y Tepehuanes e de las costumbres y ritos de estas naciones y de la disposición y sitios de sus tierras"
CWP Volume 19
12 Memorial of Francisco de Hordiñola, 1604
CWP Volume 19
13 Table of contents for Volume 20
CWP Volume 20
14-15 Letter of Manuel de Villaverde, etc. 1766
CWP Volume 20
16 Letter of Gerónimo de Figueroa, 1662. "Puntos de anua ... de la misión de Taraumares y Tepehuanes ... desde el año de 1652 hasta este de 1662 sumariamente lo que ha pasado cuanto a lo espiritual"
CWP Volume 20
17 Letter of Gerónimo de Figueroa, 1668. "Puntos de anua de esta misión de Tarahumares de la Compañía de Jesús de estos años prÓximos pasados, hecha a catorce de noviembre de 1668"
CWP Volume 20
18 Franciscan Fathers' Report, 1778. "Descripción topográfica de las misiones de propaganda fide de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas la Sierra Madre."Documentos para la historia de México, cuarta série, Tomo IV. Mexico, 1857
CWP Volume 20
19 "Misión y partido de Santiago Papasquiaro de la Nación Tepeguana," 1647.
CWP Volume 20
20 "Puntos de annua de la misión de Atotonilco y Undiruato," 1638
CWP Volume 20
21 "Letras annuas de la Provincia de la Compania de Jesus de Mexico por los anos 1646 y 1647"
22 "Carta annua de la provincia de Nueva Espana de la Compania de Jesus de las cosas succedidas este ano de 1605"
23 "Anua de la Provincia de Mexico y Vice-Provincia de las Islas Filipinas del ano de 1602."
24 "Annua de la mission de Los Indios Acaxes en la Sierra de San Andrew y Topia de 1602"
25 "Annua de la provincia de Nueva Espana de las cosas particulares, succedidas el ano de 1604"
26 "Annuae literae Mexicanae provinciae anni MCXCIX"
27 "Annua de la provincia de la Nueva Espana del ano de 1596 .../ Annuae literae Mexicanae Provinciae anni 1597"
28 "Annus de la Provincia de Mexico del anno de 1596"
29 "Annual letter of the Mexican province to the very Reverend Father in Christ, called Claudio Acquaviva, Presiding General of the Society of Jesus"
30 "Annua de la Provincia de Mexico, e Islas Philippinas desde el Abril de 1600 hasta el de 1602"
Box Folder
8 1 Table of contents
CWP Volume A
2 Guzmán, Diego de. 1533. "Relación de lo que yo Diego de Guzmán he descubierto en la costa de la mar del Sur, por Su Magestad y por el ilustre señor Nuño de Guzmán, Gobernador de la Nueva Galicia," in Pacheco, Joaquín F. and Francisco de Cárdenas (eds)., Colección de documentos inéditos, relativos al descubrimiento, conquista y organización de las antiguas posesiones españoles de América y Oceanía, sacados de los Archivos del Reino, y muy especialmente del de Indias, 42 vols., Madrid, 1854-1884, Vol. 15 (1871), pp. 325-338. (Partial typescript of a manuscript; English typescript and partial photocopy of the cited document.)
3 Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Nuñez. 1536. "Naufragios de Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca y relación de la jornada que hizo a la Florida con el adelantado Panfilo de Narvaez," in Andrés Pérez de Ribas, Historia de los Triunfos de nuestra santa fe entre gentes las más Bárbaras y fieras del nueve orbe, 3 vols., México: Editorial Layac, 1944, Vol. 1, pp. 6-74. (Partial typescript of a manuscript; English typescript of the cited document.)
4 Niza, Marcos de. 1539. "Report of Fray Marcos de Niza," in George P. Hammond and Agapito Rey (editors and translators), Narratives of the Coronado expedition, 1540-1940, Vol. II, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1940, pp. 63-82
5 Anonymous. 1626. Carta Anua. (Notes; English typescript of cited document.)
6 Azpilcueta, Martín. 1630. Carta a Ignacio de Cavala, 3 de diciembre. (English and Spanish typescripts.)
7 Ibarra. 1565. (Partial typescript of a monograph.)
8 Guzmán, Diego de (SJ). 1615. Carta al Padre Provincial Rodrigo de Cabredo, 29 de setiembre, in Francisco Javier Alegre, Historia de la provincia de la Compañía de Jesús de Nueva España, 4 vols., Nueva ed. por Ernest J. Burrus y Felix Zubillaga, Roma: Institum Historicum, 1956-1960, Vol. II (1958), pp. 563-569. (English typescript.)
9 Guzmán, Diego de. (SJ) 1629. Carta al Padre Provincial, 16 de setiembre. (English typescript.)
10 Pérez de Ribas, Andrés. 1645. Historia de los triunfos de nuestra santa fe entre gentes las más bárbaras y fieras del nuevo orbe, 3 vols, México, Editorial Layac, 1944. (Partial typescript of a manuscript; English typescript of cited document.)
11 Anonymous, 1658. "Puntos de Annua, año 1658, Misión de Nebomes de N. P. S. Francisco de Borja," in Documentos para la historia de México, 3rd series, Vol. 1 (1856), pp. 767-772. (Photocopy of cited document; English typescript and notes.)
12 Table of contents
CWP Volume B
13-14 Zapata, Juan Hortíz. 1678. Relación de las misiones que la Compañía tiene en el reyno y provincias de la Nueva Viacaya en la Nueva España, echa el año de 1678 con ocasión de la visita general dellas que por orden del padre provincial Tomás Altamirano hizo el padre visitador Juan Hortíz Zapata de la misma Compañía. (First folder contains notes; second folder contains an English typescript of the cited document )
15 Rezawal, Andrés de. 1698. (Notes only, relating to autos dated 8 September through 5 January from the Parral Archive.)
16 Retana, Juan Fernández de. 1700. Autos hechos por el general Juan Fernández de Retana en la visita de nación de indios tarahumaras, de orden del gobernador y capitán general en este año. Parral Archive. (Notes only.)
17 Larrea, Juan Bautista de. 1701. Notes only, relating to Autos de 1701 from the Parral Archive
18 Januske, Daniel. 1723. Sonora - Breve informe del estado presente en que se hallan las missiones de esta provincia. (Notes and English typescript of cited document.)
19 Guendulain, San Juan de. 1725. "Carta del padre San Juan de Guendulain al provincial Gaspar Roder," in Documentos para la historia de México, 4th series, Vol. iv (1857), pp. 22-33. (Notes only.)
20 Anonymous. 1730. "Estado de la provincia de Sonora, con el catálogo de sus pueblos, iglesias, padres misioneros, número de almas capaces de administración, lenguas diversas que en ella se hablan y leguas en que se dilate; con una breve descripción de la Sonora jesuítica, segun se halla por el mes de Julio de este año de 1730, escrito por un padre misionero de la provincia de la Compañía de Jesús de Nueva España," in Documentos para la historia de México, 3rd series, Vol. 1 (1856), pp. 617-637. (Notes; English typescript of cited document.)
21 Ségesser, Felipe von Brunegg. [1743. Relación de Tecoripa.] (Notes.)
22 Treutlein, Theodore E. "The relation of Philipp Segesser." In Mid-America: an historical review, Vol. 27, No. 3, July 1945. (Notes; photocopy of cited article.)
23 Gallardo, Rafael Rodriguez. 1750. Informe de Sonora. (English typescript of cited document.)
24 Gonzales, Diego. 1737. Informe del padre Diego Gonzales sobre misiones de Sonora y medios de que los Indios estubiesen bien gobernados y sin sufrir vejaciones, 7 de agosto. (English typescript of cited document.)
25 Maggs Collection, 1744-1747. (Notes only.)
26 Doctrina, circa 1750. (Notes only.)
27 Arte, circa 1750. (Notes only.)
28 Table of contents
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29 Beals, Ralph L. 1932. "Aboriginal survivals in Mayo culture,"American Anthropologist, Vol. 34, pp. 28-39
30 Ives, Ronald L. 1941. "The Origin of the Sonora townsite, Sonora, Mexico,"American Antiquity, Vol. 7, pp. 20-28
31 Bannon, John Francis. 1939. "The Conquest of the Chinipas,"Mid-America: an historical review, Vol. 21, pp 3-31
32 Bolton, Herbert E. 1947. "The West coast corridor,"Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 91, pp. 426-429
33 Rowland, Donald. 1932. "The Sonora frontier of New Spain," George P. Hammond (editor), in New Spain and the Anglo-American west, Lancaster, Pa., 2 vols
34 Treutlein, Theodore E. 1939. "The Economic regime of the Jesuit missions in eighteenth century Sonora,"Pacific historical review, Vol. 8, pp. 289-300
35 Mattison, Ray H. 1946. "Early Spanish and Mexican settlements in Arizona," New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. 21, pp. 273-327.
36 Bolton, Herbert E. 1917. "The Mission as a frontier institution in the Spanish-American colonies,"American historical review, Vol. 23, pp. 42-61
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9 1 Ives, Ronald L. "Climate of the Sonoran desert region,"Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. XXXIX, Sept. 1949, pp. 143-187
2 Bannon, John Francis. 1947. "Black-robe frontiersman: Pedro Mendez, SJ,"The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 27, pp. 61-86
3 Hale, Kenneth. 1965. "Some preliminary observations on Papago morphophonemics,"International Journal of American Linguistics, Vol. 31, pp. 295-305
4 Hinton, Thomas B. 1969. "Remnant tribes of Sonora: Opata, Pima, Papago, and Seri," in Handbook of the middle American Indians (Robert Wauchope, General Editor), Vol. 8, "Ethnology," Part II, pp. 879-888, University of Texas Press, Austin
5 Mexico. Dirección General de Estadistica. 1952. Séptimo Censo general de población, 6 de junio de 1950. Estado de Chihuahua. México, D.F
6 Mexico. Dirección General de Estadistica. 1963. VIII Censo general de población, 1960, 8 de junio de 1960. Estado de Chihuahua. México, D.F
7 Mexico. Dirección General de Estadistica. 1963. VIII Censo general de población, 1960, 8 de junio de 1960. Estado de Sonora. México, D.F
8 Brugge, David M. 1961. "History, Huki, and warfare--some random notes on the Lower Pima."The Kiva, vol. 26, pp. 6-16
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10 [Alvarez, Jacinto]. "Panorama general de la provincia de Ostimuri en los primeros años del siglo XIX," in Fernando Ocaranza (editor), Crónicas y relaciones del occidente de México, 2 vols., México, Antigua Librería Robredo, de J. Porrúa e Hijos, 1937-1939, Vol. II, pp. 291-302
11 Barbastro. 1793. "Carta de padre Francisco Antonio Barbastro a el excelentísimo señor virrey conde de Revilla Gigedo," Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California. (English typescript of cited document.)
12 Corral, Ramón. 1885. "Las razas indígenas de Sonora." In Obras histÓricas, No. 1, Biblioteca Sonorense de Geografía y Historia, Hermosillo, Sonora, 1959, 193-260.
13 Corral, Ramón. 1885. "Las razas indígenas de Sonora." (English typescript.)
14 Hardy, R. W. H. Travels in the Interior of Mexico, in 1825, 1826, 1827 and 1828. London, Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1829. (Notes only.)
15 Hrdlicka, Ales. 1904. "Notes on the Indians of Sonora, Mexico,"American Anthropologist, Vol. 6, pp. 51-89
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17 Lizasoain, Ignacio. 1763. Noticia de la visita general de P. Ignacio Lizasoain visitador general de las misiones de esta provincia de Nueva España, que comenzio dia quatro de abril de 1761 años y se se concluyo a fines de Henero en 1763 con algunas notas y addiciones q. pueden servir para el conocimiento de estas missiones y provincias de ellas. (Notes/English typescript.)
18 Cobarruvias, Bernardo Tarandoy. 1784. "Expediente del real orden sobre el estado de las misiones de Californias, 31 de diciembre," in Crónicas y relaciones del occidente de México, Fernando Ocaranza (2 vols., México: Antigua Librería Robredo, de J. Porrúa e Hijos, 1937-1939), II, pp. 329-56
19 Tamarón y Romeral, Pedro. 1765. Demostración del vastisimo obispado de la Nueva Vizcaya, Vita Alessio Robles (editor), Biblioteca Historica Mexicana de Obras Inéditas. Antigua Librería Robredo, de José Porrúa e Hijos, Mexico, 1937. (Notes only.)
20 Lafora, Nicolás de. 1766-1768. Relación del viaje que hizo a los presidios internas, Vito Alessio Robeles (editor), Editorial Pedro Robredo: Mexico, 1939. (Notes only.)
21 Reyes, Antonio de Los. 1772. "Descripción y noticia individual de las misiones de la Pimería Baja," in Documentos para la historia de México, 3rd series, Vol. 1 (1856), pp. 731-753. (Photocopy; notes; English typescript.)
22 Bonilla, Antonio. 1774. Informe sobre la provincia de Sonora, 14 de agosto. (English typescript of cited document.)
23 Rada, Miguel de Jesús María. 1777. Relación de Morís, 31 de agosto. (Notes only.)
24 Alarcón, Salvador Florencio. 1777. Compendio de las noticias correspondientes a el real y minas de San Francisco de Aziz de Río Chico, jurisdición de Hostimuri, contenido en el gobierno de Sinaloa que da el bachiller Don Salvador Florencio de Alarcón, cura propio de dicho real, en cumplimiento de la real y venerable orden de su Magestad, que Dios guarde, de 20 de octubre. (Notes only.)
25 Anonymous. 1778. Descripción topográfica de las misiones de propaganda fide de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas la Sierra Madre. (Notes only.)
26 Encinas, Juan José de. 1783. "Plantas medicinales ... durante los años del siglo XVIII," in Fernando Ocaranza (editor), Crónicas y relaciones del occidente de México, 2 vols., México, Antigua Librería Robredo de J. Porrúa e Hijos, 1937-1939, Vol. II, pp. 206-218. (Photocopy and English typescript.)
27 Encinas, Juan José de. 1783. "Maderas de construcción ... durante los años del siglo XVIII," in Fernando Ocaranza (editor), Crónicas y relaciones del occidente de México, 2 vols., México, Antigua Librería Robredo de J. Porrúa e Hijos, 1937-1939, Vol. II, pp. 221-228. (Photocopy and English typescript.)
28 Barbastro, Francisco Antonio. 1788. Expediente promovido por el padre Francisco Antonio Barbastro, gobernador de la custodia de San Carlos de Sonora sobre imposibilidad de que permanezca este establecimiento, 9 de julio. (English typescript.)
29-30 Reyes, Antonio de Los. 1784. Informe de Sinaloa y Sonora, 15 de setiembre. (Two folders: notes; English typescript.)
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10 1774 reports on Pimería missions. pp. 1-280. H. E. Bolton Papers, Part 1. Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley
1 Santa María Bazerac
2 Los Santos Reyes de Cucurpe
3 Tecoripa
4 San Miguel de los Ures
5 Guasave
6 Pueblo of Tamazula
7 District of Batuco
8 San Andrés de Conicari
9 Bahcon y Cocorin
10 Onapa
11 Aribeche
12 Report on the Jesuit missions of Sinaloa
13 Bacodeguatzi
14 Espíritu Santo de Moris
15 Letter from Lorenzo Cancio to Father Joseph Lorenzo García, August 9, 1766
16 Report on the pueblo and mission of Barranca de los Dolores, Nayarit
17 Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Guasabas
18 Santa Cruz de Maio
19 San Pedro Shijcatlian
20 Notice of reports on the missions of Nayarit; letter of Gregorio Hernández to Jesuit Father General, February 28, 1746
21 Circular letter by Juan Nentvig, July 18, 1767
22 Santa Cruz, Tarahumara Baja
23 Papagochic
24 "Santa Cruz and its three pueblos de visita"
25-26 "Relación de Pamachic"
27 San José de Temeichi
28 Tomochic [Tomotzi]
29 Papagochi
30 Santa María de las Cuevas
31 Nuestra Señora de Monserate de Nonoava
32 San Fransicso de Borja
33 Santissimo Nombre de María de Sisoguichic
34-35 Themaichic
End of 1774 reports on Pimería missions.
36 Rodríguez Gallardo, José Rafael. 1750. Informe de Sinaloa y Sonora, 12 de agosto. Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library.
37 Bonilla, Antonio. Informe sobre la Provincia de Sonora. Principal. (Bolton; AGN, Provincias Internas, T. 88, Archivo General. pp. 1-26. )
H. E. Bolton Papers, Part 1, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. (AGN, Misiones, T. 14) :
38 Cedulas authorizing the Bishop of Sonora's establishment of missions. pp. 1-7 of 158
39 Letter of complaint to Viceroy Gálvez from Bishop of Sonora, Sept. 2, 1785. pp. 8-12 of 158
40 Difficulties of Bishop Antonio de los Reyes of Sonora with the missionaries. pp. 13-26 of 158
41 Reyes, Antonio de los, "Informe de Sinaloa y Sonora," 1784. pp. 27-83 of 158
42 Transfer of ex-Jesuit missions to Franciscans. pp. 84-158 of 158
(End of AGN, Misiones, T. 14.)
43-45 Rivera/Barbastro reports, missions of Pimería Alta, 1794. H. E. Bolton Papers, Part 1, Bancroft Library (Provincias Internas, T. 33, Archivo General.) pp. 1-49
46 Reports on Sinaloa, 1603-1627. H. E. Bolton Papers, Part 1, Bancroft Library (Historia, Jesuitas; T. 316, Archivo General). pp. 1-115
End of AGN, Misiones, T. 14.
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11 1 Reports on Sinaloa, 1603-1627. H. E. Bolton Papers, Part 1, Bancroft Library (Historia, Jesuitas; T. 316, Archivo General). pp. 116-227
2 Hurdaide, Diego Martínez de. 1622. Carta al Virrey, 25 de mayo. Bolton Collection, Bancroft Library
3 "Hurdaide material (17th century)." General Archives / Jesuits History / Vol. 316
4 Hurdaide, 1622. "Carta y relacion q ... Urdaide enbio al ... virey ...". Historia, Jesuitas; T. 316, Archivo General, No. 1
5 Report of Fr. Diego González on the Missions of Sonora, 1737. Provincias Internas, T. 87, Archivo General, Exp. no. 7, pp. 1-21
6 Juan Baptista de Ansa documents, 1737. Provincias Internas, T. 245, Archivo General
7 Report on San Miguel de las Bocas, 1662. Misiones, T. 26, Archivo General, No. 85
8 Report on the mission of Baserac, 1684. Misiones, T. 26, Archivo General. No. 121
9 Sinaloa, "Apologetico defensorio, 1657." Report on the missions of Sinaloa. Historia, Jesuitas, T 316, Archivo General
10 Canal, Gerónimo de la, Report on the Valle de Sonora, 1653. [Capitulo de carta del Pe. Geronimo de la Canal de la Compa. de Jesus, 31 de enero de 1653.] Misiones, T. 26, Archivo General, No. 72
11 Partial photocopy from BLAC of Revillagigedo, Informe sobre las misiones, 1793
12-13 WBS #47. Lizasoain. "Noticia de la visita general del P. Ignacio Lizasoain," 1763. Accompanied by English and Spanish typescripts
14 WBS #66. Carta de Padre Carlos J. Rojas al Lic. y Visitador General José Rafael Rodríguez Gallardo, 27 de febrero. 1750. Typed list attached
15 WBS #67. Information on Sahuaripa, Teopare, San José, San Mateo, Bacadadeachic, and Nácori, 1754. Accompanied by English and Spanish typescripts
16 WBS #1771. Report on the missions of Nabogame y Baborigame. Accompanied by English and Spanish typescripts; annotated
17 WBS #1744. Michel, Andrés, 1766. Entrega de Ures y Santa Rosalia. Ts. and ms. copy
18 WBS #1747. Report on the mission of Tecoripa. [Ségesser, Felipe. Descripción de la misión de Tecoripa.] 1744. Accompanied by Spanish transcript
19 "Mission finances, 1775." (Civezza Collection, Rome.)
20 "Diego Xímenez to Bucareli, 1773." (Civezza Collection, Rome.)
21 Diaz, Juan, Resúmen de la visita ... de las misiones de la Pimería Baja, 1775. Civezza Collection, University of Arizona Library
22 Anonymous. 1730. "Estado de la Provincia de Sonora," 1730, in Documentos para la historia de México (1856), Tercera Serie, Vol. I, pp. 617-637. Folder cover annotated
23 Anonymous. 1685. "Catálogo de los partidos ... de las misiones de Sonora [1685]," in Documentos para la historia de México, Tercera Serie, Vol. I (1856), pp. 790-794
24 Polici, Horacio. Relacion del estado de la Pimería, 1697. In Documentos para la historia de México, 1856, 3rd Series, Vol. 1, pp. 797-809. Spanish photocopy and English ts. translation
25 Hordiñola, 1605. "Memorial de Francisco de Hordiñola ...". Archivo General de Indias, Seville. Aud. de Méjico, Leg. 2606. Sp. ts. [pp. 12-29 only]
26 "Razon de la missiones que administra la compañía de esta Provincia de Nueba España."
27 "Entrega de la misión de San Xavier de Cumaripa," 1761
28 Caxa, José Antonio, "Carta al Virrey," Dec. 11, 1772
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12 1 Inventory of documents in the Fr. Marcellino de Civezza Collection
2-3 Cartas de Sonora, Vol. I, 1813-1831 (Civezza Collection)
4-6 Cartas de Sonora, Vol. II, 1737-1842 (Civezza Collection)
7-8 Asuntos de Misiones - Sonora (Vol. III, 1821-1828) Civezza Collection
9-21 "Aquí se hallará en este libro luz y razón de todas las cosas que e hecho en la administración de mi obispado de Tlaxcala ..." [Visita reports, Bishop of Tlaxcala, 1609-1624]
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13 1 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 325, Exp. 56, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
2 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 27, Exp. 30, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
3 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 278, Exp. 2, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
4 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 17, Exp. 57, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
5 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 321, Exp. 51, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
6 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Temporalidades Leg. 282, Exp. 83, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda
7 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Historia, Jesuitas, Tomo 316, Archivo General
8 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Misiones, Tomo 26, Archivo General: Año de 1646
9 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Misiones, Tomo 26, Archivo General: Año de 1653
10 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Misiones, Tomo 26, Archivo General: Año de 1662
11 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Misiones, Tomo 26, Archivo General: Año de 1667
12-14 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Misiones, Tomo 26, Archivo General
15 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico: Historia, Tomo 333, Archivo General
16-17 Typescripts of material on missions of NW Mexico. English version of documents in folders 1-15
18 Typescripts relative to the Tepehuán and Tarahumara Indians of Mexico: Jesuitas, I-16, Nueva Vizcaya
19 Typescripts relative to the Tepehuán and Tarahumara Indians of Mexico: Historia, Vol. 311, "Relación de la guerra de los Tepehuanes este mes de Diciembre de 1617."
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14 1 Vol. 25. Balbastro, Pablo, comp. "Vocabulario de la lengua Opata: dialecto Tehuima (?)."
2-3 "Vocabulario del dialecto hehue de la lengua Opata." Recorded by Alphonse Pinart at Sinoquipe, December 11, 1878
4 Mason, J. Alden. "The Tepehuan, and the other aborigines of the Mexican Sierra Madre occidental." Reprint from América Indígena, Vol. VIII, No. 4, Oct. 1948
5 "Descripción suscinta de la Sonora, provincia la mas rica de todas las internas, y reflexiones sobre su importante pacificacion." Documentos para la historia de México, Tercera Series, Tomo Primero. Mexico, Vicente Garcia Torres, 1856
6 "Vocabulario breve en la lengue Heve." Temporalidades, Legajo 333-41, Archivo Histórico de Hacienda. Notes, photocopy
7 "Los Jesuitas y las lenguas indigenas de Mexico."Anales del Museo Nacional de Arquelogia, Historia y Etnografia, Tomo V, Mexico, 1927
8 Wilson, Ivan F. and Victor S. Rocha. "Geologic investigations in American republics, 1948: coal deposits of the Santa Clara district, near Tonichi, Sonora, Mexico."
Note: here begins Pennington's folder: "Language matters."
9 Cards, "Language comparisons."
10 Chard, Chester S. "Distribution and significance of ball courts in the Southwest."Papers of the Excavators' Club, vols. 1 and 2. Cambridge, Mass., Excavators’ Club, 1940
11 Book review by Pennington, in Southwestern Historical Quarterly, vol. 7, Oct. 1968, of Diario y Derrotero: 1777-1781
12 Whipple, A. H. "Vocabularies of North American languages."Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, vol. III, chapter V, pp. [93]-94. Washington, 1856
13 Russell (1908) pp. 269-270. Pima vocabularies
14 Schoolcraft, Henry R. Information respecting the history, condition and prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States. Part III, pp. 460-462. List of words of the Pimo language
15 The North American Indian. Vol. 2, pp. 3-23, "The Pima: tribal characteristics," and 118-123, "Piman comparative vocabulary."
16 Schroeder, Albert H. "Cultural implications of the ball courts in Arizona."
17 Pimentel, Francisco. "El Pima Ó Névome."Lenguas indegenas de Mexico, vol. II, pp. 90-118. Mexico, Andrade y Escalante, 1865
18 Notes about Adam Gilg, and correspondence between Pennington and Donald D. Brand
19 "Miscellaneous data from Smith"
20 ‘Estado de esta visitacion de Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Norogachic hasta la presente visita del padre visitador general Joseph de Herrera'
21 "Statement concerning the Mission of Our Lady of the Pilar of Norogachic up to the past visit of Father Visitor General Joseph de Herrera."
22-23 Typescript pages
24-25 "Descripcion geografica, natural y curiosa de la provincia de Sonora, por un amigo del servicio de Dios y del rey nuestro señor, año de 1764."Documentos para la historia de México, 3rd series, vol. 1, pp. 489-616. 1856
26 Buschmann, Hrn. "Die Pima-Sprache und die Sprache der Kolofehen."Abhandlungen der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Berlin, 1857, pp. [321]-375
27 Scouler, John. "Observations on the indigenous tribes of the N.W. coast of America."Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, vol. 11, pp. 215-251. London, 1841
End of Pennington's folder, "Language matters."
28 Pimentel, Francisco. "Vocabulario manual de la lengua Ópata."Boletin de la Sociedad Mexicana de Geografia y estadistica. Mexico, Vicente Garcia Torres, 1863
29 Pimentel, Francisco. "El Tepehuan."Lenguas indigenas de Mexico, vol. II, pp. 43-68. Mexico, Andrade y Escalante, 1865
30 Pimentel, Francisco. "Vocabulario Ópata."Lenguas indegenas de Mexico, vol. II. Mexico, Andrade y Escalante, 1865. Folder also contains a photocopy of "Arte de la lengua Hegue, compuesto por el pre. Balthasar de Loaysa de la Compañía de Jesús."
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15 1 Nuñez. Carta Edificante, 1777. (Photocopy.)
2 Nuñez. Carta Edificante, 1777. (English typescript.)
3 Neumann, Joseph. "A history of the revolts against the missionaries of the Society of Jesus and their auxiliaries." (English typescript.)
4 "Pérez de Ribas [Tepehuán]. Tenth Book. About the convertion [sic] of the Tepeguanes to our holy faith and after its accomplishment, their revolt and apostasy, its end and termination." (English typescript.)
5 "Mayo, Yaqui, Pima Bajo, and Seri bibliograpy: peoples of coastal northwest Mexico." Computer printout by N. Ross Crumrine, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Victoria. Dated March 26, 1982
6 Mason, J. Alden, The ceremonialism of the Tepecano Indians of Azqueltán, Jalisco
7 Jones, David E. (ed.). Papers in anthropology, Vol. 10, Spring 1969. Norman, Okla., University of Oklahoma, 1969. Contains the article, "Culture change in the Tarahumara," by Jimmy C. Diecker
8 Jordan, Terry G., "Preadaptation and European colonization in Rural North America." Reprinted from Annals, Vol. 79, No. 4, December 1989. Autographed by Jordan.
9 Dice, Lee R., "The Sonoran biotic province." From Ecology, vol. 20 (1939), 118-129
10 "Jesuit missionaries among the Pima Bajo, 1620-1767." Notes
11 (1) "Historical geographies of Mexico" (list of titles and contributors); (2) circular letter to Pennington and other participants to the Donald D. Brand festschrift; (3) mimeograph of "The United Fruit Company in Tiquisate, Guatemala", by Susan O. Rose.
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16 1 Lombardo, Natal. "Arte de la lengua Tequima llamada vulgarmente Opata." Photocopy of manuscript from the Newberry Library
2 Arte de la lengua Teguima, llamada vulgarmente Opata. Photocopy of entire volume, lacking title page
2. Series, Pennington's publications and writings
11 inches.
The series contains the following works written or edited by Pennington: The Tepehuan of Chihuahua: their material culture ; "Bosquejo grammática y vocabulario de la lengua Ópata"; "The Ópata"; "The kickball game among the Tarahumar of Mexico, a problem in diffusion"; and "A vocabulary made at Ónavas, Sonora among the Pima Bajo (1968-1969).".
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17 1-30 "Bosquejo grammática y vocabulario de la lengua Ópata"
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18 1-18 "Bosquejo grammática y vocabulario de la lengua Ópata"
19 Vocabulary - Material Culture
20 "The Ópata"
21-22 "The kickball game among the Tarahumar of Mexico, a problem in diffusion" (two versions)
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19 1 "A vocabulary made at Ónavas, Sonora among the Pima Bajo (1968-1969)"
2 Pennington, Campbell W. The Tepehuan of Chihuahua: their material culture. Salt Lake City, University of Utah Press, c 1969
3. Series, Microfilm and maps
Seven reels of microfilmed research materials or publications used by Pennington. The reels are titled,"Buckingham Smith papers"; "Arte y vocabulario de la lengua dohema heve o eudeva"; "Tarahumar/Ratkay/Neumann" ;"Vocabulario en lengua Nevome [Pima Bajo of Sonora, Mexico]. A part of the Buckingham Smith papers at the New York Historical Society Library" ;"Dunnigan's thesis on Maicoba Pima" ; "Miscellaneous Pima Bajo materials"; "Misc. Jesuit material, northwest Mexico"; and "Maggs. "Three maps depict northern Mexico, Texas, and the United States.
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19 Microfilm
3 Separation sheets for maps
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20 Buckingham Smith papers. "Arte y vocabulario de la lengua dohema heve o eudeva." New York Historical Society
Tarahumar/Ratkay/Neumann. University Microfilms
Vocabulario en lengua Nevome [Pima Bajo of Sonora, Mexico]. A part of the Buckingham Smith papers at the New York Historical Society Library
Dunnigan's thesis on Maicoba Pima
Miscellaneous Pima Bajo materials. University Microfilms
Misc. Jesuit material, northwest Mexico
Maggs. [copies of parts of Historia]
Map_Case
OV Maps
Raisz, Erwin, "Landforms of the United States." Sixth revised edition, 1957. To accompany Atwood's "Physiographic Provinces of North America."
"Map of part of Sonora and Chihuahua" hand-drawn copy, not published
Map of Texas, no citation

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II. Subgroup, Gordon Campbell WhiteDiaries, 1872-1923

The diaries relate to White's personal life and his career with the Southern Pacific Railroad in Texas, Arizona, and Mexico. They provide a U.S. expatriate's view of events associated with the Mexican Revolution of 1910.
11 volumes (8.5 inches)
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21 Volume 1, 1891 July 1-1891 October 17
Volume 2, 1891 October 18-1892 October 15
Volume 3, 1893 May 13-1894 April 22
Volume 4, 1894 April 23-1895 June 9
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22 Volume 5, 1895 June 9-1911 November 18
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23 Volume 6, Supplement, 1900, 1903, 1911-1912
Volume 7, 1912 December 15-1915 September 16
Volume 8, 1915 September 16-1917 December 6
Volume 9, 1917 December 7-1920 April 25
Volume 10, 1920 April 26-1921 September 30
Volume 11, 1921 October 1-1922 March 19

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