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Great cruelties have been reported : the 1544 investigation of the Coronado Expedition

Author: Richard Flint
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Draws on documents from the 1544 official investigation into the Coronado expedition to "Tierra Nueva" that conquered what is now New Mexico, examining how it reflected a growing movement in Spain advocating Indian rights, and illuminating how it impacted the lives of the native inhabitants.
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
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Flint, Richard.
Great cruelties have been reported.
Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)606751705
Online version:
Flint, Richard.
Great cruelties have been reported.
Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)607919572
Named Person: Francisco Vásquez de Coronado; Francisco Vásquez de Coronado
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Flint
ISBN: 0870744607 9780870744600
OCLC Number: 47296232
Description: xix, 647 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: The historical background --
The texts and editorial protocols --
Lorenzo de Tejada and the beginning of the investigation --
The first de oficio witnesses, Francisca de Hozes and Alonso Sánchez --
Juan Gómez de Paradinas, the third de oficio witness --
Domingo Martín, the fourth de oficio witness --
Juan de Contreras, the fifth de oficio witness --
Rodrigo Ximón, the sixth de oficio witness --
Cristóbal de Escobar, the seventh de oficio witness --
Juan Troyano, the eighth de oficio witness --
Rodrigo de Frías, the ninth de oficio witness --
Melchior Pérez, the tenth de oficio witness --
Pedro de Ledesma, the eleventh de oficio witness --
Juan de Zaldívar, the twelfth de oficio witness --
The nominal target of the investigation, Francisco Vázquez de Coronado --
Alonso Álvarez, the fourteenth de oficio witness --
The fiscal's accusations against Vázquez de Coronado --
The maestre de campo held responsible --
Defense offered by Vázquez de Coronado --
Diego López, the second de parte witness --
Luis de Figueredo, the third de parte witness --
Pedro de Tova, the fourth de parte witness --
Further defense --
A final and definitive decision --
Partisan testimony as source material for history --
Results and repercussions of the expedition to Tierra Nueva from documentary and archeological sources --
Afterword --
Appendix 1: Origins, ages, and arrival of 115 members of the expedition to Tierra Nueva --
Appendix 2: Biographical data --
Appendix 3: Geographical data.
Responsibility: Richard Flint.

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Draws on documents from the 1544 official investigation into the Coronado expedition to "Tierra Nueva" that conquered what is now New Mexico, examining how it reflected a growing movement in Spain advocating Indian rights, and illuminating how it impacted the lives of the native inhabitants.

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