Junta de los Rios del Norte y Conchos
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Junta de los Rios del Norte y Conchos by Howard G. Applegate

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Published by Texas Western Press in [El Paso] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • La Junta de los Rios, Tex.

Subjects:

  • La Junta de los Rios, Tex. -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Howard G. Applegate and C. Wayne Hanselka.
SeriesSouthwestern studies,, monograph no. 41, Southwestern studies (El Paso, Tex.) ;, monograph no. 41.
ContributionsHanselka, C. Wayne, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF392.L33 A66
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5110331M
LC Control Number74182848

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For a time, the Presidio de los Ríos del Norte y Conchos served primarily as a defensive fortification and base from which to launch offensive campaigns against nomadic Indians. Its role changed somewhat in when the Spanish chose La Junta as a site for an establecimientos de paz, a form of Indian reservation. La Junta de los Rios del Norte y Conchos. [Howard G Applegate; C Wayne Hanselka] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. La Junta de los Rios book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Presidio, Texas, sits opposite the junction of the Rio Grande and Mex. , La Junta de los Rios del Norte y Conchos, by Howard G. Applegate and C. Wayne Hanselka Texas Western Press [El Paso] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

PRESIDIO DEL NORTE. Presidio del Norte was the name given to both the eighteenth-century fort and the settlement on the south side of the river at La Junta de los Ríos (the fort was also called Presidio del Norte de la Junta de los Ríos and Presidio de Belén). The fort and settlement occupied the site of present Ojinaga, Chihuahua. Integración territorial en el septentrión novohispano: la expedición militar-geográfica a la junta de los ríos Conchos y Grande del Norte y al Bolsón de Mapimi, Volume 26 of Cuadernos de investigación Volume 26 of Cuadernos de investigación (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales) Authors.   Aunque la junta de los ríos del Norte y Conchos fue asistida en un principio por la Custodia de Nuevo México, la comarca es abandonada y vuelta a poblar varias veces, en la que alternativamente. El Río Conchos atraviesa gran parte del estado de Chihuahua. Se forma en las estribaciones de la Sierra Madre Occidental hasta desembocar y conectarse con el Río Bravo en el Valle de Ojinaga, en el sitio conocido como la junta de los ríos. La Cuenca del Río Conchos abarca un área de 68, km2 que.

Abstract. Certificación de fray Francisco Gregorio Oso-rio y fray Juan Antonio García, ministros de las mi-siones de la Junta de los Ríos del Norte y Conchos, en favor de Juan Antonio de Trasviña Retes, te-niente general de la Nueva Vizcaya: Nueva misión de Nuestro Padre San Francisco de la Junta de los Ríos, 3 junio La Junta de los Rios was perhaps the most important such communications center south of New Mexico. This was the point of intersection of routes linking Mexico, New Mexico, the South Plains, and the Gulf Plains. Trails which followed the Rio Conchos and Rio del Norte to La Junta made connection, by way of the Davis Mountains, with the Pecos. El informe de Medrano. Issuu company logo. Close. Try. Features Fullscreen sharing Embed Analytics Article stories Visual Stories SEO. Designers Marketers Social Media Managers Publishers. Support.   The writing is witty, bold and enticing.” —Andres Tijerina, author of Tejano Empire: Life on the South Texas Ranchos Not quite the United States and not quite Mexico, La Junta de los Rios straddles the border between Texas and Chihuahua, occupying the basin formed by the conjunction of the Rio Grande and the Rio Conchos.