Correspondence, legal documents, expense statements, and sales agreements compiled to demonstrate rightful ownership of the
lands deriving from the Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina, a large tract of land in northern Baja California originally the possession
of the Catholic Church.
The lands of the Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina are located in northern Baja California, about 70 miles south of San Diego.
The lands comprise ca. 1.5 million acres. Prior to the Mexican Revolution, the lands belonged to the Catholic Church and were
used for religious purposes. After the Revolution, the lands were appropriated by the Mexican government.
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(3 volumes in 1 archives box)
Digital copies of this material are intended to support research, teaching, and private study. This work may be used without
prior permission. The original manuscripts for this collection are held by Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego Library.