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2 edition of sea diary of Fr. Juan Vizcaíno to Alta California, 1769. found in the catalog.

sea diary of Fr. Juan Vizcaíno to Alta California, 1769.

Juan VizcaiМЃno

sea diary of Fr. Juan Vizcaíno to Alta California, 1769.

by Juan VizcaiМЃno

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Published by G. Dawson in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California
    • Subjects:
    • Franciscans -- California.,
    • San Antonio (Packet boat),
    • California -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranslated & with an introd. by Arthur Woodward.
      SeriesEarly California travels series,, 49
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF856 .E174 vol. 49
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxxi, 27 p.
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6268408M
      LC Control Number59004738
      OCLC/WorldCa1883991

      In Alta California (today’s California) the road took two routes established by two major expeditions. The first was the Portolà expedition of After leaving Loreto, Baja California, Portolà’s group, including padres Junípero Serra and Juan Crespí, founded the first of the California . Verger's Report to the Viceroy Incorporating Crespí's Diary of Exploration of San Francisco Bay March 20 to April 5, VERGER, Fr. Rafael José (). Manuscript report in ink, signed at end, written to Mexican Viceroy Antonio María de Bucareli y Ursúa, dated at Colegio de San Fernando de Mexico, Decem 16 pp. on laid paper with watermark of horse, folio ( x

      Portolá sights the San Francisco Bay, November 4, So, ironically, after more than years of naval exploration of the California coastline, San Francisco Bay was discovered by a land expedition and only by accident! In fact, Portola and his men did not even realize they were the first Europeans to . Buy Portola Expedition of , Diary of Miguel Costanso by Miguel Costanso online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now.

      The first pueblo in Alta California, San Jose de Guadalupe is settled. Year The last of 21 missions in Alta California, San Francisco Solano is founded in Sonoma. Email this Article Portola Expedition.


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Get this from a library. The sea diary of Fr. Juan Vizcaíno to Alta California, [Juan Vizcaíno, Fr.]. VIZCAINO, Fr. Juan (fl. ss), Franciscan priest with Fr. Francisco Gomez aboard the San Antonio under the command of Juan Perez on Portola’s Sacred Expedition to Alta California ().

An incident on Mawhereby Vizcaino accidentally left his wood walking staff topped with an iron cross on Santa Cruz Island only to have the Indians return it to him the next day is. Buy The sea sea diary of Fr.

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Breschini, Ph.D. Following Vizcaíno's voyage, interest in Alta California waned for over a century and a half. During this time, Jesuit missions were sited in the rugged Baja California frontier under the leadership of Father Eusebio Francisco Kino.

as well as advancement in rank. When assembled. "Errata slip inserted facing p[vi]. "Crespi's diaries are printed here as a primary part of this book. They have never before been assembled in one volume or published as a separate work. They were scattered through the tomes of Palou's New California [no] and are here reprinted from my English edition of that treatise (Berkeley, ) with the addition of several important hitherto.

Sebastian Vizcaino: Exploration of California The Council of the Indies had already ordered, in May,that somebody other than Vizcaino be chosen to effect the con- quest, intending this measure to apply to the expedition on which in fact he had already departed. Junípero Serra’s Baja California Diary Translated and Edited by Rose Marie Beebe and Robert Senkewicz Introduction sn ego was the occasion of the longest a di extant document Junípero serra composed— the diary of his overland trip north from Baja California in serra left loreto on March 28 and arrived at what he called “the famous.

The first land division started in late March of under Captain Rivera y Moncada and Fr. Juan Crespi. The second land division set off May 15 under the command of Captain Gaspar de Portol á and 56 year old Fr.

Jun í pero Serra who had been selected to be the father-president of the missions to be founded in Alta California. Juan Crespi, the Franciscan diarist of the Portola Expedition, describes the events of August, (not May, and not ) when the Spanish first introduced themselves to the Tongva.

Read how the explorers, coming up from the south, first approached Yangna from the East LA side. Read, in de Millean detail, how they trembled at tremors. The Portolá expedition (Spanish: expedición de Portolá) was a Spanish voyage of exploration in – that was the first recorded European land entry and exploration of the interior of the present-day U.S.

state of was led by Gaspar de Portolá, governor of Las Californias, the Spanish colonial province that included California, Baja California, and other parts of present.

Joan Crespí or Juan Crespí (March 1, – January 1, ) was a Franciscan missionary and explorer of Las Californias. Biography. A native of Majorca, Crespí entered the Franciscan order at the age of seventeen. He came to New Spain inand accompanied explorers Francisco Palóu and Junípero he went to the Baja California Peninsula and was placed in charge of the Born: Joan Crespí Fiol, March 1,Palma de.

The Portola Expedition of Diary of Miguel Costansó,” Publications of the Academy of Pacific Coast History, Vol. 1, No. 2, Berkeley, University of California, Michael E. Thurman, The Naval Department of San Blas: New Spain’s Bastion for Alta California and Nootka, to (Glendale: Arthur H.

Clark Company, » Woodward, Arthur The Sea Diary of Fr. Juan Vizcaíno to Alta California Translated and with an introduction by Arthur Woodward. Los Angeles, » Woodward, Arthur Juana Maria -- The Female Robinson Crusoe of San Nicolas Island Arthur Woodward archives; MSfolder Arizona Historical Society, Tucson.

The material brought to light by Bolton is as follows: (1) Diary of Fr. Garc6s of his expedition of (Diario que se ha formado per el Viage hecho 5 el Rio Gila quando los Yndios Pimas Gilenos me llamararon a fin de que baptisase sus hijos que estaban enfermos del Sarampion); (2) Diary of Fr.

Garces of his expedition of (Diario que se. Fray Junípero Serra, appointed president of the missions of Alta California, Fray Juan Crespi, Fray Fernando Parron, Fray Juan Vizcaino, and Fray Francisco Gomez.

On the 6th of January,at the port of La Paz, the San Carlos was loaded and ready for sea. Portolá expedition: | | ||| | Point of San Francisco Bay Discovery | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available.

The first land division started in late March of under Captain Rivera y Moncada and Fr. Juan Crespi. The second land division set off May 15 under the command of Captain Gaspar de Portol á and 56 year old Fr.

Jun í pero Serra who had been selected to be the father-president of the missions to be founded in Alta California. Read "Diary Of Gaspar De Portola During The California Expedition Of " by Gaspar De Portola available from Rakuten Kobo.

Gaspar de Portolà de Rovira () was a Spanish soldier, governor of Baja and Alta California (), explore Brand: Read Books Ltd. Miguel Costansó, an engineer, was one of many soldiers, settlers and missionaries who, on instructions of Fr.

Junípero Serra, accompanied Gaspar de Portolá (California governor, ) on the expedition from San Diego to San Francisco (and back) from Jto Jan. 24, This is one of at least four Constanzó maps or plans resulting from the Spanish exploration of the coastline of Alta California between and - Carta del Puerto y Rio de Sn Francisco explorado por tierra en el Mes de Marzo del presente añoformada por el Diario del Juan .2 74 California Historical Society Quarterly ever, these negative items are minor; the book is thorough, scholarly, well done, and attractively presented.

Research in this type of historical Vizcaino, Juan. Sea Diary of to Alta California,ed. by Arthur Wood .