Agustín Ascuhul, el profeta Moctezuma. Milenarismo y aculturación en Sonora. Guaymas, 1737

@article{Galvn1992AgustnAE,
  title={Agust{\'i}n Ascuhul, el profeta Moctezuma. Milenarismo y aculturaci{\'o}n en Sonora. Guaymas, 1737},
  author={Mirafuentes Galv{\'a}n and José Luis},
  journal={Estudios de Historia Novohispana},
  year={1992},
  pages={5}
}
En el mes de marzo de 1737, en el sur de Sonora, empezaron a tenerse noticias de graves alteraciones, al interior de las comunidades de los pimas bajos, contrarias al orden sociopolitico colonial. Unos dias antes de la Semana Santa, el misionero de Tecoripa, Felipe Segesser, recibio una carta en la que se le urgia suspender las confesiones que entonces realizaba en los pueblos de la jurisdiccion a su cargo, advirtiendosele que los pimas se hallaban en rebeldia y decididos a asesinar a todos los… 

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