This collection consists of two typed sheets of Diegueño vocabulary furnished by Panto, a captain of San Pasqual, to Benjamin
Hayes at an unknown date.
Benjamin Ignatius Hayes (1815–1877) was a lawyer and the first Judge of the Southern District of California from 1852-1864
and writer and collector of historical information about early California.Jose Panto, Capitan of San Pasqual (circa 1815 to 1874) was the chief of the San Pasqual Band of Diegueño Indians.
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