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1775 Puerto of San Francisco of California by Juan De Ayala (pacquebot San Carlos)

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By MADERA_32 - Posted on 02 January 2015

Found this map of the "Puerto de San Francisco" by Juan De Ayala of the pacquebot San Carlos. This is a detailed map of the San Francisco Bay year 1775.

The dark shaded area is the water and the light shaded area is land. The mouth or entrance into the bay is as the bottom.

This map is complete with reference points. Point D is "Almejas" at the bottom. Point B is Isla Angel (Angel Island). There are so many other points.

http://oi57.tinypic.com/14y4kg8.jpg

If you want to see the archive from its original source so you can zoom it up close as much as you want and copy it form there?

The reference is: MP-MEXICO,305

Website is:

http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

Here are other maps I had posted earlier but I included the reference numbers so that you can just enter it in the link that is aboveit and view it directly at the source:

http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

MP-MEXICO,487

MP-MEXICO,536

MP-MEXICO,305

http://bibliotecadigital.rah.es/dgbrah/i18n/consulta/resultados_busqueda.cmd

RAH20101000408 (reference no. for 1770 map of california)
RAH20101000068

Here is a document where in 1597 Sebastian Vizcaino discovers pearls off the coast of California.

Reference no: PATRONATO,20,N.5,R.17

To enter in search of this link: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

On the Juan De Ayala expedition to the San Francisco Bay area. When he reached point almejas near the entrance to the bay, he had described being greeted by natives that came out in canoes and says they were "hombres y mujeres con su color blanco, pelo rubio, ojos azules."

I had referenced finding this on page 29 year 1775.

https://ibb.co/K97Lgt4

On the Juan De Ayala expedition to the San Francisco Bay area. When he reached point almejas near the entrance to the bay, he had described being greeted by natives that came out in canoes and says they were "hombres y mujeres con su color blanco, pelo rubio, ojos azules."

I had referenced finding this on page 29 year 1775.

https://ibb.co/K97Lgt4

I also been trying to read the Gaspar De Portola Expedition where they arrived to the San Francisco area of California by land on October 31, 1769.

Image 19, recto 17 (ref no. ESTADO,43,N.7)

http://pares.mcu.es/ParesBusquedas20/catalogo/show/64723?fbclid=IwAR0V5_r7HkcmQ1kZnzJwmjGGyRNEE3TfDyMDbZ5IYNTJ1icMjwgg3EHZgXA

Found something interesting. Currently I live in San Mateo, CA. I was just curios and was reading the exploration diary of explore Gaspar De Portola who arrive to the San Mateo area on October 27, 1769.

He describes they came across abandoned dwellings of indigenous peoples. When they went in to browse they were infested with fleas. So the place of the dwellings was named "Rancho De Las Pulgas (fleas)" of San Mateo. Which today is a long hilly street called "Alameda De Las Pulgas" of San Mateo. Where I went to Grammar, Middle and High School at. It is also the area where Tom Brady the quarterback grew up as he went to Catholic School Serra High School that is on on a road that branches off the street Alameda De Las Pulgas.

This archive reference in Pars website is:

http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

ESTADO,43,N.7

pages:

bloque2_42_verso_140

bloque 2_43_verso_141

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