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Consejo de los Caxcanes, Zacatecas [WorldCat Identities]
Subsequent attacks by Alvarado were also unsuccessful and on Caxfanes 24 he was crushed when a horse fell on him.
Editorial Diana,pp. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Also, most of the Caxcans were sent into slavery by the Spanish to work in silver mines. U of AZ Press, Pages using deprecated image syntax “Related ethnic groups” needing confirmation Articles using infobox ethnic group with image parameters.
PHOTOS OF EL TULE
It was the longest and most expensive conflict between Cazcanes and the indigenous peoples of New Spain in the history of the colony. The Caxcan were a partly nomadic indigenous people of Mexico. They assembled a force of Spaniards and 30 to 60 thousand Aztec, Tlaxcalan and other Indians and under Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza invaded the land of the Caxcanes.
It can be considered as a continuation of that rebellion as the fighting did not come to a halt in the intervening years. Toward an Understanding of the Man and his Work.
The Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza called upon the experienced conquistador Pedro de Alvarado to assist in putting down the revolt. They would later serve as auxiliaries to Spanish soldiers in their continued advance northward. Over time, the Caxcans lost their culture due to warfare, disease, and marriage to non-Caxcans. University of New Mexico Press During the rebellion, they were described as “the heart and the center of the Indian Rebellion”.
Later in the same year the Indians rose up to kill, roast, and eat the encomendero Juan de Arze.
PHOTOS OF EL TULE (Apozol, Zacatecas)
Matias de la Mota. Other Native Americans participating in the revolt were the Zacatecos from the state of the same name. Giudicelli, Christophe; Pierre Ragon He subsequently died on July 4. The colonization of North America, — Kessinger Publishing reprint ed. Mexico Zacatecas and Jalisco. Mexico Imprenta del Gobierno,p. The War for Mexico’s West: Their elected rulers were called tlatoani.
Emboldened, the Indians attacked the city of Guadalajara in September but were repulsed.
However, the Caxcanes seem to have been sedentary, depending upon agriculture for their caxcaes and living in permanent towns and settlements. Houston Institute for Culture. Alvarado declined to await reinforcements and attacked Mixton in June with four hundred Spaniards and an unknown number of Indian allies.
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This page was last edited on 22 Septemberat They are often considered part of the Chichimecaa generic term used by the Spaniards and Aztecs for all csxcanes nomadic and semi-nomadic Native Americans living in the deserts of northern Mexico. Six faces of Mexico: Breve historia de Aguascalientes.
Consejo de los Caxcanes, Zacatecas
Writing Violence on the Northern Frontier: Cambridge U Press,p. The spark that set off the war was apparently the arrest of 18 rebellious Indian leaders and the hanging of nine of them in mid On November 9,he captured the city of Nochistlan and Tenamaztle, but the Indian leader later escaped. Caxcan society was divided up into several different city-states.
The Spanish authorities were now thoroughly alarmed and feared that the revolt would spread. The Caxcanes killed a delegation of one priest and ten Spanish soldiers.