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The voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, 1792

The voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, 1792

the last Spanish exploration of the northwest coast of America

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Published by Arthur H. Clark Co. in Spokane, Wash .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northwest Coast of North America,
  • Northwest Coast of North America.
    • Subjects:
    • Malaspina, Alessandro, 1754-1809 -- Travel -- Northwest Coast of North America.,
    • Sutil (Ship),
    • Mexicana (Ship),
    • Indians of North America -- Northwest Coast of North America.,
    • Spaniards -- Northwest Coast of North America -- History -- 18th century.,
    • Northwest Coast of North America -- Description and travel.,
    • Northwest Coast of North America -- Discovery and exploration.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranslated, and with an introduction by John Kendrick.
      SeriesNorthwest historical series ;, 16
      ContributionsKendrick, John, Alcalá-Galiano, Dionisio, 1760-1805., Valdés Flores Bazán y Peón, Cayetano, 1767-1835., Espinosa y Tello, Josef, 1763-1815., Cordero, José, b. 1767 or 8.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF851.5 .V68 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination260 p. :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1889558M
      ISBN 10087062203X
      LC Control Number90052753

      A Spanish voyage to Vancouver and the north-west coast of America: being the narrative of the voyage made in the year by the schooners Sutil and Mexicana to explore the Strait of Fuca / translated from the Spanish with an introduction by Cecil Jane Argonaut Press London Australian/Harvard Citation. Espinosa y Tello, Josef. nia, published in , for the Spanish naval visit in Monterey was that of the schooners Sutil and Mexicana, an adjunct and follow-up task force of Malaspina's expedition which in early had been dis-patched to the Pacific Northwest to undertake Spain's final search for the elusive Strait of Anian.

      Great deals on First Edition Americana Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items! Full text of "Menzies' journal of Vancouver's voyage, April to October, " See other formats.

      Relación del viage hecho por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana en el ano de para reconocer el Estrecho de Fuca (Madrid: Artes Graficos Minerva, ). Bobb, Bernard E. The Viceregency of Antonio María Buccareli in New Spain (Austin: University of Texas Press, ).   During the voyage of Galiano and Valdés, the Sutil was rigged as a brig, while the Mexicana started out rigged as a topsail schooner but was changed along the way to “a brig with an extra fore and aft sail on the foremast”. Thus, in Kendrick’s book, the term goleta is always used, untranslated.


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The Sutil and Mexicana sailed along the coast of the Pacific Northwest intheir stated mission to put to rest the persistent rumors of the mythical strait connecting the Pacific and Atlantic in the neighborhood of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the present-day border of Canada and the United States.

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Crawford, Editor. Book Review. The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, the Last Spanish Exploration of the Northwest Coast of America. The Arthur H. Clark Company, Norman: Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. The Sutil and Mexicana sailed along the coast of the Pacific Northwest intheir stated mission to put to rest the persistent rumors of the mythical strait connecting the Pacific and Atlantic in the neighborhood of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the present-day border of Canada and the United : KENDRICK, JOHN.

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The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, an account of the last Spanish exploration up the Pacific Coast. The voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, the last Spanish exploration of the northwest coast of America. Sutil was a brig-rigged schooner (Spanish goleta) built in by the Spanish Navy at San Blas, New was nearly identical to Mexicana, also built at San Blas in Both vessels were built for exploring the newly discovered Strait of Georgia, carried out in under Dionisio Alcalá Galiano, on Sutil, and Cayetano Valdés y Flores, on : 8, pesos ().

The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, The last Spanish exploration of the Northwest Coast of America. Spokane, Washington: The Arthur H. Clark Company. ISBN X. ^ a b c Kendrick, John (). The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, The last Spanish exploration of the Northwest Coast of America.

Spokane, Washington: The. Dionisio Alcalá Galiano and Cayetano Valdés y Flores Bazán, who took over the Mexicana and Sutil in Acapulco on Decemsailed on March 8, a week after Bodega had sailed north. Their instructions were to complete the exploration of Juan de Fuca Strait begun in voyage of the Sutil and Mexicana.

Malaspina's voyage to Alaska was for the purpose of determining whether a rumored Northwest Passage existed there. Finding none, he returned to Mexico, stopping at Nootka Sound, on Vancouver Island, and Monterey, : 8 OctoberCabra, Córdoba, Spain. Title Page: Atlas para el Viage de las Goletas Sutil y Mexicana.

Espinosa y Tello, J. View larger, zoomable image (turn off pop-up blocker) Full Title: (Title Page to) Atlas para el Viage de las Goletas Sutil y Mexicana al reconocimiento del Estrecho de Juan de Fuca enPublicado en Author: Espinosa y Tello, J. (An account of the trip made by the schooners Sutil and Mexicana in the year etc.) Madrid: Real, The Voyage of the Sutil and Mexicana The Last Spanish Exploration of the Northwest Coast of America (Clark Co., ), edited by John Kendrick.

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The more information you enter, the fewer search results that will be returned. The search engine will try to match all the words that you enter in the search fields. How to Search. Originally published as a hardcover inand reprinted as a paperback inthis book is the narrative of the last official Spanish voyage to the Northwest Coast.

Two schooners (goletas), the Sutil and the Mexicana, commanded respectively by Dionisio Alcala Galiano and Cayetano Valdes, sailed from Acapulco in March 3 John Kendrick, The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicanapp −2, Arthur H. Clark, Spokane 4 The name of the inlet given by Valdés, Canal de la Tabla, lasted only a year or two before being changed to Canal de Tova (or Toba, the Spanish scarcely distinguish between a “v” and a “b”).

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A Spanish Voyage to Vancouver and the North-West Coast of America: Being the Narrative of the Voyage Made in the Year by the Schooners Sutil and Mexicana to .*This book entails the lives of the Tsimshian located in the Northwest Pacific Coastal area of America.

It includes information on the Native American's ceremonies, family and social structure, and how they related to other tribes in surrounding areas.

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