What was his impression of Kansas?
Francisco thought that Kansas was a beautiful place, but he did not like the animals here because they fought off, and killed many of his horses. Francisco also informed the king that there were many beautiful providences in Kansas. He stated that the winters were very cold, and so he took shelter in Rio Grande, and eventually warred with the Tiwa.
What were his interactions with the natives of Kansas?
Francisco found that the Querechos didn't farm, they were very muscular, and they utilized almost every part of the cows that they hunted. He was told by them that they were unaware of the cities of gold. He then moved on, but used some of their techniques, drinking the blood of a cow for example. With the Tiwa Native American tribe, he went to war with them to take their food and women. He treated the Tiwa women very poorly, and his men would sexually assault them as well.