Los orígenes de los caxcanes y su relación con la guerra de los nayaritas: Una hipótesis (Ensayos jaliscienses) (Spanish Edition) [Phil C Weigand] on. Con El Mismo Hierro · Pancho Lopez · Desafio A Los Caxcanes · Es Muy Dificil · Murio Un Amor · Y Como Voy A Volver · Mis Cinco Pesos · Por Que Mujer. Staff Notes: This is about Nomadic Indigenous people of Mexico. They fought against the Spaniards and a General of the Spanish Army fell in love with an.

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The Spanish were forced to change their policy from one of forcibly subjugating the Indians to accommodation and gradual absorption, a process taking centuries. The Spanish authorities were now thoroughly alarmed and feared that the revolt would spread.

Edwin Mellen P, ]. During the rebellion, they were described as “the heart and the center of the Indian Rebellion”. The Caxcanes killed a delegation of one priest and ten Spanish soldiers. The colonization of North America, — Kessinger Publishing reprint ed.

Writing Violence on the Northern Frontier: Cambridge U Press,p. University of New Mexico Press They were, perhaps, the most northerly of the agricultural, town-and-city dwelling peoples of interior Mexico.

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Northern Illinois University Press. The Chichimeca War — was a military conflict waged between Spanish colonizers and their Indian allies against a confederation of Chichimeca Indians.

The allied tribes and Mestizos settled the Caxcan lands in Zacatecas and Jalisco.


Caxcan society was divided up caxcznes several different city-states. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mexico Zacatecas and Jalisco. The Caxcan were a partly nomadic indigenous people of Mexico. Over time, the Caxcans lost their culture due to warfare, caxcwnes, and marriage to non-Caxcans. Other Native Americans participating in the revolt were the Zacatecos from the state of the same name. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The phrase in caxcanse reference is “le mataron, Y asado se le comieron.

Pages using deprecated image syntax “Related ethnic groups” needing confirmation Articles using infobox ethnic group with image parameters. U of AZ Press, Six faces of Mexico: Their elected rulers were called tlatoani. Their language was part of the Uto-Aztecan language family.

The reports of the excessive violence against civilian Indians caused the Council of the Indies to undertake a secret investigation into the conduct of the viceroy. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from September Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with dead external links from February CS1 French-language sources fr CS1 Spanish-language sources es.

They would later serve as auxiliaries to Spanish soldiers in their continued advance northward. Matias de la Mota. 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 However, the Caxcanes seem to have been sedentary, depending upon agriculture for their livelihood and living in permanent towns and settlements. Views Read Edit View history.


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After their defeat the Caxcanes were absorbed into Spanish society and lost their identity as a distinct people. Their principal religious and population centers were at TeulTlaltenangoJuchipilaand Teocaltiche. Alvarado declined to lis reinforcements and attacked Mixton in June with four hundred Spaniards and an unknown number of Indian allies. Mexico Imprenta del Gobierno,p. During the colonial period, many Spanish and some Basque settlers had intermarried, or had relations, with the Caxcans making many Caxcan descendants Mestizos.

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Francisco Tenamaztle Mexico City: Silver Mining and Society in Colonial Mexico: Historia de la Conquista de la Provincia de la Nueva-Galicia. Houston Institute for Culture.

Nochistlan de Mejia [ permanent dead link ]. It also opened up Spanish access to the deserts of the north in which Spanish explorers would search for and find rich silver deposits. He subsequently died on July 4.

It was the longest and most expensive conflict between Spaniards and the indigenous peoples of New Spain in the history of the colony. Toward an Understanding of the Man and his Work. Archived from the original on