Expedition to San Francisco Bay in 1770.

By: Pedro Fages (1734-1794) and Herbert Eugene Bolton (1870-1953).

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OFFPRINT. Series: Publications of the Academy of Pacific Coast History, Vol. 2., No. 3. Pamphlet. 9 1/4 x 6 inches. [ii], 143-159 pp. Original diary entries and English translations on opposing pages; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers; binding square and tight, head of spine bumped. Very Good. Pedro Fages was a Spanish explorer and served as the first Lieutenant Governor of the Californias and second and fifth Governor of Alta California. He led several expeditions from Monterey to San Francisco Bay, and the route he found became the road along which three missions were later built. This is his diary of the second expedition. It includes the English translation by Herbert Eugene Bolton. Bolton was a pioneering historian of Spanish-American history. He served as the chair of the history department at the University of California, Berkeley.

Title: Expedition to San Francisco Bay in 1770.

Author Name: Pedro Fages (1734-1794) and Herbert Eugene Bolton (1870-1953).

Categories: State & Local, California History, Travel and Exploration, California History, Travel & Exploration, Western Americana,

Publisher: Berkeley:, University of California, Berkeley,: 1911

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: EE516-243

Keywords: Expedition to San Francisco Bay in 1770, Pedro Fages, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Publications of the Academy of Pacific Coast History, California Local History, California History, Travel & Exploration