The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 56
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56 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
In Shipping and Fishing: These industries do not exist.
In the hunting of Bison, Deer, Bears, Wild Pigs, and in the cap-
ture of Wild Horses (to the extent that it is not possible to
estimate their increased numbers) : Generally speaking, all
the settlers are skilled in these occupations and spend most
of the year in following them since their tendency is to prefer
them to all others.44
San Antonio de B6xar, August so, 1804.
Juan Bauta de Elguezabel
44The Durango, Guadalajara, and Sonora-Sinaloa reports add a "Part Ten: Gen-
eral Observations." And the Durango official elaborated "Those which the Sefior
Intendente believes opportune." Ibid., 97, 121, 138.
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