Description of Cuylapa, Diocese of Oaxaca. Census was signed by Fray Agustín de Salazar. Document lists Mixteca as a spoken language, etymology of place names, and 16 estancias and small towns. This is one of a series of responses to a political and cultural survey circulated by King Philip II of Spain titled relaciones geográficas, which were gathered between the years 1579-1585.
Salazar, Fray Agustín de (contributor), Herrera, Pedro de, 1548-1630 (scribe), and García Icazbalceta, Joaquín, 1825-1894 (collector)
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Benson Latin American Collection, LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections, The University of Texas at Austin
Indigenous peoples--Mexico--History--Sources, New Spain--Description and travel, New Spain--History--Sources, New Spain--Maps, Manuscript, Spain--Colonies--History--Sources, Mexico--History--16th century--Sources, Manuscripts, Mexican, Pueblos indígenas--México--Historia--Fuentes, Nueva España--Descripción y viaje, Nueva España--Historia--Fuentes, Nueva España--Mapas, Manuscritos, España--Colonias--Historia--Fuentes, México--Historia--Siglo XVI--Fuentes, and Manuscritos, Mexicanos
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Diocese of Oaxaca, Diócesis de Oaxaca, Cuilapan de Guerrero, Oaxaca, Mexico, and Cuilapan de Guerrero, Oaxaca, México
Mexico (country), Oaxaca (state), and Cuilapan de Guerrero (city)
Additional geographic place names and alternate spellings associated with this resource include: Cuilapa.
Collector Joaquín García Icazbalceta initially grouped this census with Ixtepec. This arrangement is visible in their shared cover sheet , which is housed with Ixtepec.
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Related Resource - Host:
Joaquín García Icazbalceta Manuscript Collection (title) and https://txarchives.org/utlac/finding_aids/00036.xml (uri)