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On the trail of a Spanish pioneer
Francisco TomГЎs Hermenegildo GarcГ©s
|Statement||by Elliott Coues.|
|Series||Half-title: American explorers series -- III., American explorers series -- III.|
|Contributions||Coues, Elliott, 1842-1899.|
|The Physical Object|
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On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer | The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garces (Missionary Priest); In His Travels Through Sonora, Arizona, and California | Translated from an official contemporaneous copy of the original Spanish manuscript, and edited, with copious critical notes This book was part of the Albert Payson ( Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garces (Missionary Priest) Vol. I at cecertificationmumbai.com
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On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garcés (missionary Priest) in His Travels Through Sohora, Arizona, and California, ; Translated from an Official Contemporaneous Copy of the Original Spanish Manscript, and.
Mojave Desert History: Spanish Explorers: Garces excerpts from: On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer By Francisco Tomás Hermenegildo Garcés, Elliott Coues Chapter VI. From Mojave to San Gabriel - - Garces leaves the Mohave villages and begins his journey. Pozos de San Caimiro. On the trail of a Spanish pioneer: the diary and itinerary of Francisco Garcés (missionary priest) in his travels through Sonora, Arizona, and California, translated from an official contemporaneous copy of the original Spanish manscript, and edited with copious critical notes.
Excerpt from On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer, Vol. 1 of 2: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garcés The Diario y Derrotero, or Diary and Itinerary, which the indefatigable padre kept on his long, ardu ous, and somewhat perilous journey, was fully written out by Author: Elliott Coues.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as 3/5(1). Jun 12, · On the trail of a Spanish pioneer; the diary and itinerary of Francisco Garcés (missionary priest) in his travels through Sonora, Arizona, and California, ; translated from an official contemporaneous copy of the original Spanish manuscript, and Pages: Get this from a library.
On the trail of a Spanish pioneer; the diary and itinerary of Francisco Garces (missionary priest) in his travels through Sonora, Arizona, and California. [Francisco Tomás Hermenegildo Garcés; Elliott Cones].
On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer By Francisco Tomás Hermenegildo Garcés, Elliott Coues Chapter VI.* From Mojave to San Gabriel - - Garces leaves the Mohave villages and begins his journey.
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The lost '49ers had now been traveling across the desert for about two months since leaving the Old Spanish Trail. Their oxen were weak from lack of forage and their wagons were battered and in poor shape.
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More Coming Soon. Santa Fe Trail The Santa Fe Trail was a significant historical and economical important commercial route from toextended from the westernmost settlements of the United States in Missouri across the plains Indian country to the New Mexican capital of Santa Fe.
How long is the Old Spanish Trail. Our partners at the National Park Service prepared this handy chart to show all of the different routes and how long each segment is. Map by Kitty Nicholason Graphic Design. The official Old Spanish Trail map.
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On January 26,after six months of blasting and chiseling, an expedition of Mormon Pioneers with their wagons and livestock descended through a rocky crevice known as the Hole in the Rock to the Colorado River below (now Lake Powell).