Domingo Elizondo

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Domingo Elizondo (died 1 June 1783, Madrid) was a Spanish soldier of Basque origin who lived in the late 18th century and whose main field of action was New Spain.


He fought against the Seris and the Pimas in Sonora in México and Southern Arizona in the United States, between 1767 and 1771. He published a book about his experiences in the region.[1]


  1. ^ Elizondo, Domingo (1999). Noticia de la expedición contra los rebeldes seris y pimas de Sonora, 1767-1771. Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. ISBN 968-36-7444-5.