Descubrimiento de la Bahía de San Francisco

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Great West Books, 1992 - History - 215 pages
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In July 1769 the first Spanish land expedition to explore California set out from San Diego to march to Monterey Bay, but didn't recognize it when they stood on its shore. They kept headed north, and in early November discovered San Francisco Bay.-- Appearance and customs of the Indians.-- Locations of the expedition's campsites.-- Following the route on modern roads.-- Place names, old and new.

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De San Diego al Valle de San Miguel 41 leguas
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A la Ranchería del Baile de las Indias 62 leguas
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To San Antonio Creek 163 miles
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The Spanish and Russian Frontiers
The Spanish and Russian Frontiers. Primary. Arguello, Luis Antonio. The Diary of Captain Luis Antonio Arguello: October 17-November 17, 1821: The Last ...
www.cnr.berkeley.edu/ departments/ espm/ env-hist/ ca-bib/ spanish.html

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The Discovery of San Francisco Bay. Contents. Editor's Preface Editor's Introduction Maps of the Expedition's Route. The Diary of Miguel Costansó ...
www.greatwestbooks.com/ discovery.htm

Land, Labor, and Livestock
The Discovery of San Francisco Bay: The Portolá Expedition of 1769-. 1770, The Diary of Miguel Costansó. Edited by Peter Browning. Lafayette, CA: ...
www.habitatauthority.org/ pdf/ land_rancho_history.pdf

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