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Santa Margarita Island 164, 243

Santa Eoea Island 196, 202, 204, 206, 228, 236, 238, 245, 247

Sebastian, lala de San 228,236,246

Todos Sant08,'Isla8 de '. 190

Todos Santos Islands 190,191,245

Vit toria, Isla de (is San Clemente Island) 192, 244, 245

Whale Rock (one of the 4,bre6joB Books) 168

Wilson's Eeef, orEock 236,247

Zedros, Islade 173,174,178,242

MOL'XTAINS AND MOUNTAIN EaNGES (SlERftAS), TABLE-
LANDS (Mesas).

Black Mountain 214,224,247

Cone Mountain (or Twin Peaks) 210,212,247

Devil's Peak (Mount Diablo) 204

Five Hummocks (of peninsula at Cape San Qaentin) 1 84

King Peak : 230,247

Loma, La (in San Diego Harbor) , 193

Loma Prieta (of San Prancisco Peninsula Eange) 224

Mesa de la Cena (Table Mountain) 192, 193

MesaEedonda (or Mesa de la Cena) 192, 193

Mesas behind Point del Marques 162

Mesas do San Cypriano 180, 181

Miraiiores (in Sierra la Victoria) 160

Morro Hermoso (Sierra Pintada) . . i 173, 176

Mount Bacbe (of San Prancisco Peninsula Eange) 224

Mount Carmel 212

Mount Diablo (Devil's Peak), on Santa Craz Island 204

Mount Pierce 230

Mount Santa Lucia 247

Mount Tamalpaie '. 214,222

Mount Tiresome (in Sierra del Enfado) , 163

Peninsula of San Prancisco 224

Pine Mountain. ; 210

Eooky Butte 21o

Boss Mountain 220

San Prancisco Peninsula Eange '. 224

Santa Clara Mountains 176

Santa Cruz Mountains (Sierra de La Cruz) 224, 247

Santa Tnez Eange 208

Sierra del Enfarto _ 163

Sierra delos Siete Infantes 170, 171

Sierrade Santa Lucia (now Sierra Santa Lncia) 210, 211, 220,

224, 246, 247

Sierra la Victoria 160

Sierra Pintada (Morro Hermoso) 173,176

Sierra Santa Monica (jind Santa Clara Valley) 196

Sierras de San Martin 2 1 0, 211, 246

Sierras Nevadas (of Perrelo), San Francisco Peninsula

Mountains 224, 246

San Pedro Hill 296

Sombrero Peak 130

Table Head 172

Table Mountain (of Beechey)" (see Tamalpais) 214,222

Table Mountain (Mesa de la Cena) 192 193

Tomales Peninsula 220

Twin Peaks (or Cone Mountain) 210,212 247

Vigia,La '202

Rivers and Strbvms.

Arroyo Carmen igQ

Carmelo, Eio de '_ 212 213

Carmel Eiver _ 212 213

Carpofero, Arroyo de San 224

Chetko River 232,234,236

Creaceut City, river at 236

^elKi™r 230,230

Estero Americano (in Bodega Bay) 220

Esterode Limantour (or Drake's Lagoon) 214 216 21'!

Humboldt Bay, river at ' '236

Elamatb River 036



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Mad Eiver 230,236

!ITaestra Sefiora, Eio do (Pnrisima Eiver) 210,211,246

Pigeon River 230, 2.'6

Pistol Eiver 235

Purisima (or Santa Tnez) Eiver 208,210,247

Rio Grande de Sebastian (mistake of Vizcaino), probably en-
trance to Tomales Bay 220

Rogue Eiver a34, :>30

Eussian (or Slavianski) River 220.

San Buenaventura Eiver igg

San Eosario Eiver 182

Santa Clara Eiver iflg

Santa Tnez Eiver (Purisima Eiver, now so called) 208

SauVicento Eiver igg

Slavianski (or Russian) Eiver 2.0

Smith's River 234, 236

Winchuk Eiver 2i6

Settlements: Indian Villages (Pueblos).

Pueblos or villages of Indians along the shores of Santa
Barbara channel and islands (very populous, seventeen
villages in a distance of 1 1 miles) ; references to and names

of some given 184, 185-198, 208, 208-210, 226, 228, 244, 245

Villages on shores of Drake's Bay and in Nioaeio Valley -to

eastward 210 217 1:18

Pneblos de las Canoas (site of Mission of San Buena-
ventura) 198,199,200,244,245

Pneblos at El Coxo (pueblos de Xoxo, two villages) 208, 21 0, 249,

241, 24-)

Indian province of Xucu, or Sejo 208, 210

Pueblos delas Sardinas, at Gaviota anchorage .208,209,210

228, 244, 24.-'

Miscellaneous Notices.

Acapulco, harbor of

Aguilar, Allbrez Martin, commander of the tender to Viz-
caino

Alaska ^

Amadis de Gaula: Name California first found in this ro-
mance

Anian, Straits of ; Mythical, probably" Bering Straits

Archives of the Indias of Seville.

Bancroft, H. H

Bering Straits

Bernal Diaz del Castillo : Memoir

California:

Name first found in the romance of Amadis of Gaul

Lower (Baja), determined to be a peninsula by tJlloa . . .

Upper (Alta), name applied to region north of San Diego
Carolinas, Isla de las: Name applied to Lower California...

Cavendish, Captain

Chappe, Auteroche de la: French observer of transit of Ve-
nus (1769), near Cape San Lucas

Charies II, King of Spain: The Isla de las Carolinas named

after him

Constanzo : Navigator in 1769

Doyle, J. T !...".'!!'!"!'

Fonte, de

Fort Eoss (Russian) 212

Fnoa, de

La Paz

Maldonado

Martin, Geronymo: Cosmograpber to Vizcaino

Mondoza, Don Antonio de. Count of MonteEey, Viceroy,

successor to Cortes .150 157 igi

Mexico, or New Spain '

Missions, sites of (future) :

San Buenaventura

Santo Tomas

San Vicente

Molera, E. T

Montalvo: Translator into Spanish (in 1510) of the Amadis
de Gau'a (from the Portuguese) (see full title) .'



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Qiianhnnliua, residence of wife of Cortes at 157

Santa Cruz : A port visited by Cortea and Ulloa 156, 157

TaquimiDO : Indian name for th,e present Haeneme 198

Zuiii,!pi, Conde de Monte-Roy - 160

Pilots on the voyages:
Corm6non(215), Feniandez(161), Ferrer (Ferrelo) (ISl), Flores
{i'M), Yolanos (orBolanos) (218), Ximenos (160).



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Ships of tlie explorers:
Of Ferrelo (2) : Tlie San Salvador (the "Capitana"), La Vit-

toria(the "Almiranta") 161,194

OfTTlloa(2): The Santa Agneda, tlie Trinidad 186

Of Vizcaino (3): The "Capitana," the "Fragata," the "Al-
miranta" 171,18»



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