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Recollections concerning the pirate Hippolyte Bouchard; early governorships and revolts; experiences as a soldier in Monterey; participation in the 1827 expedition with Santiago Arguello north of Sonoma; American occupation in southern California, including Flores revolt, the battle of La Natividad, encounters with and capture by Fremont; gold mining around Mokelumne River. Clipping concerning Fremont pasted in on verso of p. 75 With this as v. 2 (portfolio): two original documents, directed to Pico by Anastasio Carrillo,1846, communicating a decree and notifying of the appointment of a juez de campo for the ranches in the vicinity of San Luis Obispo, in an effort to regularize trade in cattle and hides Dictation recorded for H.H. Bancroft by Thomas Savage
Copies : partial microfilm reel (87 exposures) : $b negative (Rich. 93:3) and positive. Originals : 2 v. Translation : 1 v