Rivera, Joseph Pedro de, Manuscript
Scope and Contents
Manuscript report November 2, 1723, concerning conditions in Escambia Bay (St. Maria de Galve) and St. Joseph Bay, describing the state of affairs with the Indians, and suggesting the means of fortifying these positions for continued Spanish colonization; mentions of Punta de Siquenza. With typescript translations of this document and of Rivera's 1744 report.
Additional information on Rivera may be found in Dr. William S. Coker's translation of the 1744 report, published by the Pensacola Historical Society.
- created: 1723
- Other: Date acquired: 03/00/1990
- Rivera, Joseph Pedro de (Person)
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- Rivera, Joseph Pedro de, Manuscript
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