|Series||Baja California travels series -- 4|
|Contributions||Mathes, W. Michael.|
|LC Classifications||F1246 C313|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
California Historical Society Quarterly 44(1)– d Review of A Journal of Explorations North-ward along the Coast from Monterey in the Year , by Fray Miguel de la Campa. Southern California Quarterly 47(1)– a The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California, Summary Report of the Voyage Made. The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California Summary Report of the Voyage Made to the Californias By Captain Francisco De Lucenilla by Juan Cavallero; Translated and Annotated By W. Michael Mathes Carranco | Jan 1, W. Michael Mathes, author of The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California, , and of Californiana: Documentos para la Historia de la Demarcacion Comercial de California, , is assistant professor of history at the University of San Francisco. His . California, Gulf of (Mexico) 52 works Search Baja Sven-Olof Lindblad, Ralph Lee Not In Library. The pearl hunters in the Gulf of California, Juan Cavallero Carranco Not In Library. El golfo de California, mar nacional , 2 books Hernando de Alarcón, 2 books Exequiel Ezcurra, 2 books George Horatio Derby, 1 book Edward Flanders.
51 vols. Vols. 1 to 51 in the Baja California Travels Series. Includes: Journey of James H. Bull; Lower California Frontier; The Cattle Drives of Joseph E. Plea. California. The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California, Summary Report of the Voyage Made to the Californias by Captain Francisco de Lucenilla. Written by Father Juan Cavallero Carranco. Transcribed, translated, and annotated by W. Michael Mathes. (Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 91 pp. Available to subscribers only.). The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California. Carranco, Father Juan Cavallero & Michael W. Mathes (ed) (Dawson's Book Shop Baja California Travels Series 04) The Pearl Hunters in . European Impact on the California Indians, Harry Kelsey (a1) –36, vol. 30 of the BCTS (Los Angeles: Dawson’s Book Shop, ), pp. 35 – See also Mathes, W. Michael, The Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California, , vol. 4 of BCTS (Los Angeles, Dawson’s Book Shop, Cited by: 3.
Pearl Hunters in the Gulf of California, Summary Report of the Voyage made to Dawson’s Book Shop, Los Angeles, ). three articles in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, ) used both Gulf of California and Sea of Cortez (noting the older uses of Mar Rojo and Vermillion Sea by the Spanish). The Bancroft map of showed File Size: 66KB. PBA Galleries: Americana from the George E. Steinmetz Collection (with additions) - Timed Auction - No Reserve - bi, San Francisco, 04/23//23/ The southern edge of the Baja California Peninsula, from Cabo San Lucas east to Cabo Pulmo, together with the large Gulf of California Islands of Cerralvo, Espíritu Santo, La Partida, and San José, have been recognized as aboriginal Pericú territory. William C. Massey () thought that the eastern portion of the Cape Region, including Bahía las Palmas and Bahía Ventana, was occupied by. The pearl hunters in the Gulf of California, ; summary report of the voyage made to the Californias by Francisco de Lucenilla. Transcribed, translated, and annotated by .