Treaty of Cordova between Spain and Mexico dated August 24, 1821, and in the Mexican Declaration of Independence, proclaimed September 28, 1821. The Mexicans became the bitterest enemies of the Navajo.
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THE MEXICANS Mexico declared independence from Spain.
Spanish and American accounts report with horror the slaughter by Mexicans of Navajo who came peacefully to trade, or the slaughter of innocent Mexican traders by the Navajo.
No matter what the case, a war of reprisal was necessary–either to steal what had been left behind, or to avenge murder.
The Mexicans called the Navajo their slaves, and scornfully declared that they furnished them (the Mexicans) with good weavers, whom they could sell to the Spanish at a high price.