Title:Acontecimientos en California: San Luis Obispo, Calif. : ms.S, 1878 Apr. 22
Creator/Contributor:Pico, José de Jesús, b. 1807, creator
Creator/Contributor:Savage, Thomas, 1823-, Interviewer.
Recollections concerning the pirate Hippolyte Bouchard; early governorships and revolts; experiences as a soldier in Monterey;
participation in the 1827 expedition with Santiago Argüello north of Sonoma; American occupation in southern California, including
Flores revolt, the battle of La Natividad, encounters with and capture by Frémont; gold mining around Mokelumne River. Clipping
concerning Frémont 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.
Subject:Bouchard, Hippolyte -- 1785-1843
Frémont, John Charles -- 1813-1890
Missions -- California
Gold mines and mining -- California
Mexican War, 1846-1848
California -- History -- To 1846
San Luis Obispo (Calif.)
Dictation recorded for H.H. Bancroft by Thomas Savage.
Also available on microfilm.
A translation of this item is available as: C-D 141 transl.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.
partial microfilm reel (87 exposures) : negative (Rich. 93:3) and positive.
BANC MSS C-D 141
BANC MSS C-D 135-145 Positive microfilm
BANC MSS C-D 141 Transl.