Portola Expedition, 1769-1770

A HISTORICAL, POLITICAL AND NATURAL DESCRIPTION OF CALIFORNIA BY DON PEDRO FAGES

Introduction
Article I: San Diego to San Francisco Solano
Sate of the missions in the territory above mentioned
Natural and Political History
Article II: From San Francisco Solano to the Rio de Santa Clara
Natural and Political Matters
Article III: From the Canada de Santa Clara to the Rancheria de los Pedernales
Natural and Political History
Article IV: From Los Pedernales to the Foot of the Sierra de Santa Lucia
State of the New Missions
Observations on Political and Natural History
Article V: From the Sierra de Santa LUcia to the Real Blanco
State of the Missions
Natural and Political History
Article VI: From the Real Blanco to a Place Without a Name in 36° 44'
Missions
Last Number, VII: Concerning the People of the Plain, and the Rio Grade de San Francisco and Its Environs
The Costume of the Indians
Their Government and Economics
Marriages and Games
Birds and Land Animals
Seeds, Fruits, and Other Products of the Vegetable Kingdom
Indian Words

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