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mislead a navigator in a small vessel in
the offing.

Ferrelo say s : " It is 40 leagues from the Bay
of San Martin to this coast."



A dangerous reef of visible and sunken rocks.



— 51' " and more," F.



-58' F.



— 65' " scant," F...

— 65'F

— 42'F

— 64'C

— 64'F.



— 66'F.



UUoa saw the two islands, Asuncion and
San Boque.



The Af6gua, or Bird Island of Father Tara-

val, 1734.
This is the Gulf of San Xavier, of Father

Taraval. It is 50 by 60 miles in extent.

C They anchored under the south shore. "1
< This is the Amalgua, or Fog Island, of \
[ Father Taraval, 1734. J



They anchored here .

, do

do



7

8

9

10

11



12

13

14
15
16
17

IS

19
CO
21

22



23



24
25
26

27



244



UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

The landfalls of Gabrillo {€.) and Ferrelo {F.}, with their names by Ulloa ( IJ.),



No.



29

30

31

32

33
34
35

36

37
38
39

40

41

42
43
44

45

46

47

48

49
50
51

52

53



Dates,
iXAi, 1543,



Aug, 30, 1542.
Sept. 4, 1542.
Sept. 8, 1542.



Sept. 11,1542....

Sept. 11, 1542....

Sept. 11,1542....
c Sept. 17, 1542. i
\ Mar. 18, 1543. )

Sept. 26, 27, 1542.

c Sept. 28, 1542.
( Mar. 11, 1543.

Oct. 7, 1542.. ..
Oct. 7,1542....
Oct. 8,1542....



Name of place by Cabrillo and
Forrelo.



La Jala de San Augustin .



[Ancliorage, 7 leagues from San

Augustin.]
El CabodeSan Martin



El Cabo de la Cruz .
El Cabo de Cruz . . .
Unalslota



El Puerto de San Mateo .
Las Mas Desiertas



EI Puerto de San Miguel.



Oct. 9,1542...
f Oct. 10,1542.
\ Mar. 8, 1543.
Oct. 13, 1542. .
Oct. 14, 1542. .
Oct. 15, 1542. .



Oct. 16, 1542.



Oct. 17,1542....

Nov. 2-6, 1542 . J

Feb. 13-14, 1543.
Nov. 1, 1542....



Oct. 18, 1542... j
Oct. 15,1542



La Isla de San Salvador

La Isla de la Vittoria

La Bahia de las Fumos

La Bahia de los Fuegos

[Anchorage]

Los Pueblos de las Canoas .

El Pueblo de las Canoas

[Anchorage]

[Anchorage]

[Anchorage]



[Anchorage]



[Anchorage]

El Pueblo de las Sardinas.



Los Pueblos de las Sardinas.
El Puerto de las Sardinas ...
El Puerto de Todos Santos . .



Oct. 18, 1542.
Oct. 25, 1.''.42.



Deo.—, 1542.
54 Dec— ,1542.



El Pueblo deXexo...,
El Cabo de la Galera

El Cabo de Galera

La Isla de San Lucas



Las Islas de San Lucas .
La Isla de la Posesion..



La Isla de Posesion

Una de las Islas de San Lucas.



Latitude by Cabrillo
and Ferrelo.



F.



m°, F.



33°, C.
33°, F.
F



33i°, F.
34°, F. .



344°, F.



F

F

30°, P..

F

F

35i-°, C.
351°, F.

F

F

P



F

35J°, F.
F



Names by Ulloa, Drake, or Vizculuo



La Isla de Cenizas, V. La Isla du
San Hilario, V.



La Ensenada de Todos Santos, V. \

Las Mas de los Coronados, V. ; Las
Islas de San Martin, V.'s chart.

(El Puerto de San Diego, V.; El]
Puerto Bueuode San Diego, V.'s >
chart. J

La Isla de Santa Cathalina, V



F

3iJi°, C

36° "and more," F.
F



C, F.
C, F.



La Isla de Baxos,V



UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.
Brake (D.), and Yizcalno (7.), and, the present names and latitudes — Continued.



245



Present name of the place.



San Mavtiu Island .
San Ramon Bay . . .



Point Santo Tomas, or Cape San

Tomas.
Grajero Point, or Banda Point-.

do

The Todos Santos Islands

The Ensenada in Todos Santos \

Bay. !

Los Coronados Islands



Latitude,



Correction to C.,F.,
orD.



San Diego Bay .



Santa Catalina Island

San Clemente Island

Santa Monica Bay

do

The Anchorage off Lagnna Mugu

San Buenaventura

do

Anchorage off " the Eincou "...
Anchorage off ' ' the Carpinteria " .
Anchorage 4 ot 5 miles west of

Goleta Point.
Anchorage off the Canada del

Kefugio.
Anchorage off Gaviota Pass



o '

30 29

30 49

31 33

31 45
31 45
31 48

31 51

32 25

32 40

33 27
32 49

34 00



— 57'F .

— 75'C .

— 75' F



The Indian Villages at Gaviota
Pass.

Anchorage off Gaviota Pass . —
Anchorage off El Coxo



Indian Village at El Coxo

Point Conoepoion, orPointCon-
. ceptioDj, ,
The three islands, Santa Cruz,

Santa Eosa, and San Miguel.
San Miguel, and then Santa Cruz

and Santa Eosa as one.
San Miguel Island



34 05
34 17
34 17
34 22
34 24
34 25

34 27

34 27

34 28

34 27
34 28

34 29
34 27
34 27



-89'P
-95' F



■ 100' F



-60' F






34 03



.do
.do



63' C
— 63'F



73' F



Eemarks.



No.



The anchorage under the cape

Distance fiom Cape San Martin, 4 leagues.



( Anchorage in the northeast part of Todos )
} Santos Bay. '



c He has one of the largest errors in the ■>
I hest-known port. '

At the great depression across the island —
At the southeast head



29

30

31

32

33
34
35



A few miles east of Santa Barbara.



37
38
39

40
41

42
43

44

45
46



-123'C :

-93' "and more," F.



Ferrelo says the Indian name was Cicaout.



There are two CoXos. The Coxo Viejo is one
mile east of the usual anchorage El Coxo.



( LaPuntadelaCoucepcion of recent Span-

I ish navigators.

They overlap each other, and were seen as

one great island.
i One large— Santa Cruz, and Santa Eosa— and

one small, which was San Miguel.
Ferrelo says the Indian name was Ciqui-

muymu.



48

49
50
51

52

53

54



246



UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SUEVEY.

The landfalls of Cabrillo (G.) and Ferrelo (F.), with their names by Ulloa (f/.j



No.



Dates,
1542, 1543



Name of place by Cabrillo and
Ferrelo.



Latitude by Cabrillo
and Ferrelo.



Names by Ulloa, Drake, or Vizcaino.



55
56

57

58
59

60
61

62

63
64

65

66

67



68

69
70



Jan. 3, 1543..,)

Mar. 5, 1543... 5

Oct. 25, 1542

Mar.5, 1543

Jan. 29, 1543

Mar.5, 1543

( Jan. 19, 1543.. i
l Feb. 14, 1543.. 5
Nov. 11, 1542

Nov.ll, 1542

Nov. 11, 1542

Nov. 11,18,1582..

Nov. 18, 1542

Nov. 18, 1542

Nov. 16, 1542....

Nov. 10,1542....

Nov. 14, 1542 ...

i Feb. 25, 1543.. >
lMari3, 1543... )
Feb. 25, 1543

Ffeb.26, 1543



La Isla de Juan Rodriguez
El Puerto de laPosesion ..

[Dangers]

La Isla de SanLiicas

La Isla de San Sebastian..

La Isla de San Salvador . .

El Rio de Nnestra SeBora .,

Las Sierras de San Martin

El Cabo de Sau Martin

El Cabo de Sau Martin

El Cabo de Nieve

(De las Sierras Nevadas) . . .
La Baia de Pinos

La Bahia de los Pinos

El Cabo de Pinos ,

El Cabo de Pinos

A point,' &c ,

El Cabo de Fortuuas



F

C, F.



F. 'a consort.



P

F.'s consort.



La Isla de Cleto, V.



La Isla de San Ambrosio, V .



37^0, C, F.



La Sierra de Santa Lucia, V.



38°, F..
374°, F,



La Punta de Pinos, V.



F,t!., F.



39° "and more," F.



Portus NovsB Albionis, 38°, D . . ,
El Puerto de San Francisco, V



40° " and more," C .



40°, F.
F



41°, C



UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

Drake (I).), and Vizcaino {V.), and the present naines and latitudes — Continued.



247



Present uame of the place.


Latitude.


Correction to C, F.,
orD.


Eenrarks.


No.




O '




c So named by Ferrelo to commemorate Ca- 5
\ brillo's death on the island. J
Cabrillo and Ferrelo wintered here in 1542-

1543 ; it is on the north shore of San Miguel

Island.
The rocks and reefs off the northwest shores

of .San Miguel Island. ■
Ferrelo says the Indian name was Nicalque.


55
56

^7

58
.59

60

61

62

63
64

65

66
67

68

69
70


finvler'a Harbor


34 03

34 06i
33 57




Wilson Rock, &c




S^antai Rosa l8la.ncL ..... .......


do




Santa Cruz Island


34 02

34 42

36.03

36 32

36 03

37 09




c Ferrelo says the Indian name of the island )
( was Tiimu or Limun. >
CabrUlo and Ferrelo did not see it. They
learned of its existence north of Point
Concepoion from Indian information when
in the Santa Barbara Channel.
This mountain ringe is 50 miles long and
overhangs the coast line. The culminat-
ing point is Mount Santa Lucia, 6,000 feet
elevation and 12 miles inside the shore.






— 87'C.,F




— 88'F




— 87'F/.


The height is 5,100 feet, and the distance 3i

miles inland.
The mountain mass 13 miles behind Point

Aflo Nnevo.
Embracing Black Mountain




— 91'F






Anchorage in Drake's Bay

Drake's Bay, or the Gulf of the
Farallones.


38 00
38 00

33 31

38 31

38 57

40 00


OO'D


The northern part of the Gulf of the Faral-
lones.

"A great gulf," Cabrillo (Una Ensenada
Grande.)

~\ -\»
The mountain mass just east of Fort Ross

} anchorage, and reaching 2,200 feet ele- >

vation.

La Punta de Arena of later Spanish naviga-
tors.

The mountain mass northward of Shelter
Cove, with King Peak only 10 mUes in-
land and 4,235 feet elevation, as the cul-
minating point.


60' F


—89' "and more." C.
— 89'F








King Peak, behind Panta Del-
gada.


60' C





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249



INDEX TO APPENDIX NO. 7-1886.



PREFATORY NOTE.

In consulting this index and the paper to which it relates, it will be of much advantage to refer to the map
(Illustration No. 18) which Assistant Davidson has prepared to show the landfalls of Cabrillo and Ferrelo on the
Pacific coast.

The several items of nomenclature and other references, embracing all appearing in the original paper, are herein
indexe* in groups, tinder the following headings, for convenience in collating the descriptions; but for a condensed
statement of the names and positions of the places mentioned by Cabrillo and Ferrelo, and which have been identi-
fied by Assistant Davidson, see his table, pp. 242-247.

Authorities and Publications Consulted or Refeueed to.

Discoverers and Explorers.

Harbors (Ports) and Anchorages, Bays, Channels, Coves, Gulfs, Lagoons, Straits,

Headlands: Capes, Points, Bluffs.

Islands, Reefs, and Rocks.

Mountains and Mountain Ranges (Sierras), Taele-lakds (Mesas).

Rivers and Streams.

Settlements: Indian Villages (Pueblos).

Miscellaneous Notices.



Authorities and Publications Consulted or Re-
ferred to.

[For the fall titles of the principal publications named in the intro-
duction, see pp. 156, 157, 158.]
Bnmey: "Chronological History of Voyages and Discoveries in the

South Sea or Pacific Ocean."
Cabrillo: In the original Spanish in Herrera, &e., and in Evans'

(and Henshaw's) translation.
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts.
United States Coast Pilot of California, Oregon, and Washington.

Fourth edition. By George Davidson, Assistant, United States

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1886.
Drake: "The English Hero, &c." Edition of 1739.
Drake: " The World Encompassed, &c." Haklnyt Society, 1854.
Ferrelo: In the original Spanish, and in Evans' (and Henshaw's)

translation.
United States War Department : Geographical Surveys West of the

one hundredth Meridian, Vol. VII.
Hakluyt: "Voyages, &c.," Vol.111.
Henshaw: IntroduoHou to Evans' translation of diaries of Cabrillo

and Ferrelo.
Herrera: "Historia General, &o.," for voyages of Cabrillo.
Hondius' Map of Drake's Voyage. (See under Drake.)
Hydrographic Bureau of the United States Navy ; description of the

"West Coast of Mexico, &o.''
Xohl: History of Discovery and Exploration on the Coasts of the

United States. In Eeport of Superintendent United States Coast

and Geodetic Survey for 1884.
Mnnoz : Karrative of Ferrelo's Voyages. See p. 240 of this paper.
Navarrete: Narrative of Ferrelo's Voyages. Seep.240of this paper.
Eamusio ; Account (in Italian) of Voyages of (Jlloa, &o., and English

translation in Hakluyt.
TebenkoiT: Hydrographic description (Atlas, 1848). See pp. 184, 200

of this paper.
Torquemada : Hydrographic description. See pp. 178, 182, 186 of this

paper.
UUoa: In Bamnsio (see above), and translation into English in Hak-
luyt.
Venegas: "Noticia de la California, &c.," the original used for Viz-
caino's Voyages.
Vizcaino: In Venegas (original), and Vizcaino's chart of the coast,

as exhibited in Bnmey's volumes, Part II (see above).



Discoverers and Explorers.

[Jfames to be found generally throughout tliis paper for the ]jeriotl
in question.* For those casually alluded to, see pages as under.]

Pagi.

Beechey : 214

Cabrillo (•)

Cook 155

Cortes i 150,157,100

Davidson (*)

Drake 155,156,157,158,214,216,218,219,240,247

Ferrelo (*)

Scammon 176,186

Taravel 155, 176, 192, l&s

Ulloa (*)

Vancouver 165,184,192

Vizcaino (*)

Harbors (Ports) and Anchorages, Bats, Channels,
Coves, Gulfs, Ijagoo>ts, Straits.



Abad, BahiadeSan • 164,

Ana, Puerto de Santa.....

Anchorage at Asuncion Point

in Bay of San Cristoval

off the Canada del Kefugio

under Cape Pnlmo

off the Carpinteria r

in Drake's Bay

oflFElCoxo

off Fort Eoss

off Gaviota Pass

west of Goleta Point

offtheEineon

(For other anchorages, see the condensed table.

BaUenas, Bahiadelas

Ballenas Bay (near Drake's Bay, called after Volanos (Bola-

nos), Vizcaino's pilot)

Bartolom^, Puerto de San - 172,

Bay of San Cristoval ._

Bay of San Quentin

Bay of the Virgins i

Becher's Bay (on Santa Eosa Island)



165, 242
170
243

242, 243

244, 245
243

244, 245
247
245
247

244,245
245

244, 245



168,109,242



218
173 242
172, 243
1S6
182
2-2J



i}50



UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SUEVET.



Page.

During Stialtg 157

Eoriir>b6, Baliia de San 162,163,243

Elacli WaiTior Lagoou 176

Bianco Bay 178

Bodega Bay 220

CaBadjide) Eofagio 204,244,245

Canal de Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara Channel) 198, 200, 201

Canoas, Puerto delas 238

CarmelBay 220

Cbetko Bay (an anchorage of Brake) 232

Chriatoval, Babia de San 166,167,242

Clara, Puerto de Santa .- 178,242

ColnettBay 188

Crescent City Harbor 232

Cruz, Bahia de Santa 160,161,242

Cruz, Puerto de la (or de Santa) 160,101,243

Cnyler's Harbor (on San Miguel Island) 206, 226, 236, 238, 247

Bescanso Bay 192

Biego, Puerto Bueno de San (or El Bueno Puerto) . . ) 193, 193, 194.
Biego, Puerto de San (= Puerto de San Miguel) .'. 5 195, 238, 244, 245

Bomingo, Boca do San 166

Brake's Bay (Portus Nov© Albionis) . - - .136, 214, 216, 218, 219, 222, 247

Brake's Lagoon (or Estoro de Limancourt) 214,216,218

Ensenada (Jrande (of Ferrelo), (Gulf of San Xavier of Tar-

. avel) , (Bay or Gulf of Sebastian Vizcaino) 176, 194, 242, 243

Estero Americano (in Bodega Bay)...' 220

Estero de Limancourt (or Brake's Lagoon) 214,216,218

EsterosBay .*. 210,211

False Bay (see San Biego Bay) 192, 194

False Bay (near Maria Point) 178

Falso, Puerto (north of San Biego Bay) 194

]b'arallones, Ense&ada de los (of later Spanish authorities) . . 214,

246, 247
FarallonSs, Gulf of the (U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey),

• 214, 222, 246, 247

rondo, Puerto 172,242

Fort Boss CoT6 222,228

Francisco, Puerto de San (of Vizcaino ; and Brake's Bay) . . . 214, 215
' 218, 219, 246, 247

Fuegos, Bahia de los 196,244

li'umos, Bahia de los 194,196,244

GaviotaPass 204,208

Golden Gate t 218

Gulf of the Faiallones (of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Sur.

vey) 214,222,246,247

Half Moon Bay 214

Hassler Cove 186

Hipolito, Bahia de San 170,171,178,179,242

Humboldt Bay .' 230

Isla de San Salvador, Puerto dela 236

Laguna Mugu 196,244,245

La Playa Maria Bay 178,243

Lucas, Puerto de San 162,243

ilagdalcna, Bahia (or Puerto) de la". 164, 242

MagJalena Bay#i 104,166,243

Magdalena, Puerto (or Bahia) dela 264,242

Mansanilla, harbor of ■ 160

Marina, Bahia de ^anta 165,242

Marques del Valle (title of Cortes), Puerto del 100,161,242

Marta, Bahia de Santa 165,242

Martin, Bahia de San.-. 164,165,166,243

Mateo, Bahiade San 238

Mateo, Puerto de San ~. ]90, 192,244

Mazatlan, harbor of IGl

MigUL'l, Puerto de San (San Biego Bay) 192, 238, 244

Monterey Harbor 212

Monte-Eey, Puerto de 212,213

Morro Bay 210,211

Navidad I'ort 243

Navidad, Puerto de (of Cabrillo and Forrelo) i 157, 160,

N avidad, Puerto de la (of Vizcaino) 5 161, 240, 241, 242

Novas Albionis Portus 1,56, 214, 21C M6, 247

Ona, La Bahia (corruption of La Ballona) 196

Paz, Puerto de la IjO

Pedro, Puerto de San ;„ 164,242

Poilro Vincuia (Puerto do San) 172 242



I'J-r.

Pelican Bay 2J2, J31

PequeuaBay 164,166,243

Pinos, Bahia, or Baia, de los (Gulf of the Farallonos) . .322, 223, 246, 247

Port Navidad 160,243

PortOrford 232

Port San Bartolomft 172,178,243

Port San Quentin 181,180,238,243

Portus Novae Albionis 156,214,216,246,247

Posesion, Puerto de la (on San Miguel Island, now Cnyler's

Harhor 206,207,226,246,247

Posesion, Puerto dela (now called Port San Quentin)..,... 184, 186,
' 238, 242, 243

Quentin, Port San.. 184,186,238,242,243

HosarioBay 184

San Cosmo y San Bamian, EnaeBada de 178, 179

San Cristoval Bay 172,243

San Biego Bay 192,238,245

San Hipolito Bay 170

San Ignaoio Bay .*.. 168

Sanlgnacio Lagoon -■ 168

San Jose del Cabo (de San Lucas, station for transit of Venus,

1769) 162

San Luis Obispo Bay 210

San Lucas Bay 162,243

San Miguel Passage .238

San Pablo Bay (or Table Head Cove) 172,243

San Pedro Bay 194,196

SanBamon Bay 186,188,245

SanEoqueBay 170

San Simeon Bay _ 210

San Simon y Judes, Bahia de 188, 189,191

Santa Maria Bay 164,243

Santa Marina Bay 164,163,243

Santa Monica Bay 194,196,244

Santa Eosalia Bay ^ 178

Santiago, Puerto de 108,242

Sardinas, Puerto de las 208, 210, 227, 228, 244

Scammon's Lagoon 178, 186

Sebastian, Puerto de San « 160, 239

Sebastian Vizcaino, Bay or Gulf of (the ' ' EnseBada Grande "

ofFerrelo) 176,194,242,243

Shelter Cove 230,247

Sheltered Cove (of tj. S. Coast Survey, under Cape Tomas) . 190, 245
Sir Francis Brake's Bay (see Brake's Bay) . .156,214,210,218,219,222,247

Smugglers' Cove 230,238

South Bay (off Cape San Augustin) 174

Todos Santos, .Puerto de i 208,244,245

Todos Los Santos, EnseDada do 186, 190, 191 , 238, 244

Xom^ales Bay (Tamales on some old Spanish charts) 220

TriBidad, Puerto do la 164, 242

Virgines, Bahia delas 184, 187, 242

Xavier, Bahia de San 176, 194, 243

Headlands: Capes, Points, Bluffs.

Abre6j08 Point 166,168,

Ana, Pnntadc Santa

Aiio Nuevo, Point

Antonio, Point San

Arena, Point ^^

Arena, Punta de ^ 212

Arguello, Point 204

Asuncion Point 170

Augustin, Cabo de San

Augnstin, Cape San

Baja, Point (or Punta), nearEosario Bay 182,184,

Ballcnas Point

BaUast Point (in San Biego Harbor)

Banda (orGrajero) Point 188,

Black Point

Blanco, Cabo (of Flores, Vizcaino's pilot)

Blanco (orOrford), Cape

Bluff Point (see Cabo del EngaHo of Vizcaino) 178, 180,

California, Punta de igo

Canoas, Point i7g igo

Carpinteria (lowlands of the)

Catalina. Punta de Santa icg



169, 170
170, 242
214, 224
180, i82
222, 24V
228, 247
2J6, 203
172, 248
174, 175

174
242. 243

214

194
190, 245

178
234, 235

234
182, 183
161,243
182, 243

202
168,242'



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251



Page.

Colnett, Cape 1S8

<"oncepoiou (or Conception), Point i 200,204,

<;oncepoion,Puntadela(of recent Spanislinavigators) 5200,20^,224,245

Corrientes, Cabo de,. 160,161.242

Corrieutes, Cape 243

Corso, Cape 164

Delgada, Point 230

Bclsada, Punta 247

Diimo, Point 196, 108

Eiigano, Cabo del (of Ulloa, Cabrillo, and Ferrelo) 180,184,185

ILngallo, Cabo do! (of Vizcaino) 180,181,183

Engafio, Cape 181

Engano, Point (or San Antonio) 180

Engafio, Fnntadel 184,242

Eugenio, Point 172,176,178

Eugenio, Pnnta de San 172,176,178

False, Cape (near Cape Toscol 163

Ferrclo, Cape (named so by IT. S. Coast Survey) 155, 232

Fortunas, Cabo de 228,229,246

Galeia, Cabode 244

Galera, Cabo de la 204,205,206,208,209,210,244

•GoldBlafPa 233

Goleta, Point .202,204,245

•Gorda, Cape 230

Grajero (orBanda) Point 188,190,245

Hipolito, Point San 170

Huenemo Point .' 198,200

Iiagoon Head (in Sebastian Vizcaino Bay) 176

Lasnen, Point 194

Lazaro, Cape San ...'. .• 164,166,243

Lazaro, Pnnta de San 166, 167

iomo, Point 192

Loma, Pantadela 194

Lacas, Cape San 155

Mack's Arch 232

MalAbrijo, Pnnta del 178,242

Maria Point' 178

Marques, Point del 162

Martin, Cabode ; . - . 212,224

Martin, Cabo de San 188, 190, 210, 212, 220, 224, 226, 244, 240

Mendocino, Cabo 230,231

Mendocino, Cape 230,231

Miguel, Cape San (or Saasal Point) 190

Morro Hermoso 172

MorroEedondo 164,105

Mugu Point 198

If ieve, Cabo de (Snowy Cape of Ferrelo) 224, 225, 226, 246

KortliwestCape(oftbeEns8ian8) 222,224,247

Orford, Cape (or Cape Blanco) 234

•Orford, Point 232

Pablo, PointSan. 172

Peninsula, the (in San Diego Harbor; formerly known as

"The Island") IM

Pequena Point 243

Piedras Blancas 210

Pinos, Cabode 222.228,230,246

Pinos, Point 212,247

Pinos Pnnta (or Pa. de los, of recent charts) 212, 213, 246

P.Umo,Cape «0.2«

Purisima, Point 208

(Juentin, Cape San ■ 184,186

Qaentin, Point San

Eedondo, Cape (see Morro Eedondo)

E«yes, Point 155,214,216,218

Reyes, Punta de los 218,219

Eincon, El (Point Eincon) 202

Saint George, Point (possibly Cabo Mendocino, of Vizcaino) . 230

Sal, Point ^"^

S.an Domingo Point 166,168,243

San Eoque Point

San Simon y Judes, Cabo de

Santiago, Punta de .•

Sauaal Point

Sebastian, Cape (named so by U. S. Coast Surrey)

Sebastian, Cabo Blanco de San

Solitaries, Point of



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Sur, Point (or '"^jiie Sur") 212

Tomaa, Cape San 188,245

Tomas, Point Santo 188,190,245

Tosco, Cape 162,103,166,243

Trinidad Head 233

Trinidad, Punta de la 162,163,164,242

Virgines, Punta de las 184

Islands, Ebefs, aijd Eocks.

Abrcbjos (Habro OJo), Eocks, or Eeef 168, 169, 171, 242. 243

Af6gua (or Bird) Island 172,243

Amalgna (or Fog) Island 174,243

Ambrosio, Isla de San 202,246

Anacapa Island (Enneeapah of Vancouver) 200, 203

Arena,Islade 194

Assumpcion, Isladela 170,171

Asuncion Island 170,171

Augnstin, IsladcSan 186,214

Barbara, Islade Santa ". .: 198, C02

Baxos, Made 206,226,245

Bernardo, Isla de San 182,184.242

Bird (or Affigua) Island 173,243

Carolinas, Isla 'do las 157

CathaUna, Isla de Santa 194,195,244

Cedros, Isla delos 174, 175, 185,238, 239, 240, 242

Ceniza, Islade 179,183,183,184,186,187,244

Cerroa, Islade 174, 175,182,183,184,185,192,194,238,243

Cerros Island 155,172,174,178,238,243

Ciquimuymu (Indian name of San Miguel Island) 206, 226, 245

Cleto, Islade .206,228,240

Coronados, Islas delos , 192,193,244

Deadman's Island (El Morro of San Pedro Bay) 196, 210, 211

Desiert-as, Las Islas ' 192,244

Dolores, Los....' 176,392

Dragon Eocks (or St. George's Eeef) 230,232

Esteban, Islade San 172,174,242

Farallones de los Frayles 214,218,2:0

Farallonea Islands : the North, the Middle, the Southeast. . - 218, 220

Flat Eock (south end of Natividad Island) 174

Fog (or Anialgua) Island ." 172,243

Frayles, Los (Farallones de los Frayles) 218

Guadalupe Island (or Isla de Paxaros) 182, 187

Geronymo, Islade San j 180,182,183,242

Hilario, Islade San 186,189,244

Isles (or islands) of Saint James (of Drake) , the Farallones . - 218, 21 9

Limn (or Limun) Indian name of La Cruz Island 226, 247

Los Coronados Islands 192,193,244

Lucas, Islas do San (Santa Cruz Island and Santa Eosa

Island) 204,227,228,244,245,246

Martin, Islas de San 192,193,244

Morro, El (Deadman's Island) 196,210,211

N atividad (de N uestra SeSora, Isla de) 172, 175, 192, 242

Natividad Island 155,174,178,162,243

Nioalque (Indian name of Sant^ Eosa Island) 226, 228, 247

Paxaros, Islad3 (Guadalupe Island) 182, lt7

Posesion, Isla de ." 226,244

Posesion, Isla de la (San Miguel Island) . .206, 226, 227, 230, 244, 245, 247

EeddingEock (near Trinidad Head) 230

Eodriguez, Isla do Juan (San Miguel Island) 206, 220, 23C, 238, 246

Eoque, Isla de San ". 170,171,242

Saeramento Eeef 182

Samt George's Eeef (or Dragon Eocks) 230, 232

Salvador, Isla de San (S.anta Catalina Island) . . . .194, 226, 228, 244, 246

SanBenitoa Islands 170,178

San Clemente Island 194,196,200,244,245

San Geronimo Island 182,242

San Hilario Island _. 182,187

San Martin Island = 182,166,187,245

San Miguel Island (Isla de la Posesion) 196, 200, 204. 206, 226, 227,

236, 238, 244, 245, 247

San Nicolas Island ■ 198,200

San Eoque Island 170,243

Santa Barbara Island 198,200

Santa Barbara Channel, islands of the 200

Santa Barbara Islands 200,288



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Santa Catallna Island 104, 196, 20f, 210, 244

Santa Cniz Island 202,204,226,228,236,238,245,247


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