Notes

Notes
1
William Helmesley Emory, Notes of a Military Reconnoissance, from Fort Leaven- worth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Fart of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers (Washington, 1848), 30th Cong., 1st sess., S. Exec. Doc. 7
30th Cong., 1st sess., H. Exec. Doc. 41.
Emory, op. cit.
John- ston's diary is also quoted in James Madison Cutts, The Conquest of California and New Mexico, by the Forces of the United States, in the Years 1846 & 1847 (Philadelphia, 1847).
2
[Juan José Warner, Benjamin Hayes, and Joseph P. Widney], An Historical Sketch of Los Angeles County, California ... (Los Angeles, 1876).
3
Pioneer Notes from the Diaries of Judge Benjamin Hayes, 1849-187$ (Los Angeles: Privately printed, 1929).
4
Henry Dwight Barrows, "Memorial Sketch of Dr. John S. GrifEn," Historical Society of Southern California Annual Publication, IV (1898), 183-85.
Harris Newmark, Sixty Years in Southern California, 1853-1913 (Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1930)
W. W. Robinson, Ranchos Become Cities (Pasadena: San Pasqual Press, 1939), PP-173-85.
7
Emory, op. cit., pp. 567, 568.
8
Emory, op. cit., pp. 46 and 568.
9
Op. cit., p. 47.
Op. cit., p. 569.
10
Johnston. Loc. cit.
12
Emory, op. cit., p. 48.
Op. cit., p. 570.
13
Emory, op. cit., pp. 48-49.
Op. cit., p. 570.
15
Stephen Watts Kearny to Robert Jones, Rio del Norte, October 3, 1846, Kearny Letter Book (original MS in Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis, Missouri).
16
Emory, op. cit., pp. 49, 57.
19
Emory, op. cit., p. 571.
20
Emory, op. cit.y p. 572.
22
Leroy R. Hafen and William James Ghent, Broken Hand, the Life Story of Thomas Fitzpatrick, Chief of the Mountain Men (Denver: The Old West Publishing Company, 1931), pp. 185-87.
25
Emory, op. cit., p. 574.
29
Edwin L. Sabin, Kit Carson Days (New York: The Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1914), pp. 35-37.
Emory, op. cit., pp. 58-59 and 577-78.
30
Emory, op. cit., p. 579.
33
Emory, op. cit., pp. 64 and 581-82.
34
op. cit., pp. 65-69 and 584-86.
35
Johnston, in Emory, op. cit., p. 586.
Op. cit., p. 591.
George Frederick Ruxton, Adventures in Mexico and the Rocky Mountains (London, 1847), pp. 100-2.
36
Frederick Webb Hodge, ed., Hand- book of American Indians North of Mexico (Washington, D. C, 1907-10), (Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bull. 30) I, 356.
38
Hubert Howe Bancroft, History of Arizona and New Mexico (San Francisco, 1886-90), p. 407.
Emory, op. cit., p. 71.
39
Emory, op. cit., pp. 73 and 590.
40
op. cit., pp. 73 and 74.
41
Hodge, op. cit., II, 254.
44
Emory, op. cit., pp. 78 and 594.
45
Hodge, op. cit., I, 210.
Johnston, in Emory, op. cit., pp. 596-99.
46
Hodge, op. cit., II, 252.
47
Emory, op. cit., pp. 82-85 and 599-602.
48
Hodge, op. cit., p. 806.
50
Johnston, in Emory, op. cit., p. 605.
51
op. cit., pp. 95-96 and 608-9.
53
Hubert Howe Bancroft, History of California (San Francisco, 1886-90), V, 311-12.
55
Bancroft says 350
Mervine, 288
Gillespie, 310
Henry W. Queen, Adjutant's Report, Dominguez, October 7-8, 1846 (original MS in Office of Naval Records and Library, Washington, D. C.).
Bancroft, History of California, V, 318-19.
57
Ruxton, op. cit., p. 197.
59
Emory, op. cit., p. 612.
61
Joseph J. Hill, The History of Warner's Ranch and Its Environs (Los Angeles: Privately printed, 1927), pp. 101-11.
62
William Marshall, a deserter from the Hopewell at San Diego, in 1845.
Bancroft, op. cit., V, 567.
63
Johnston, in Emory, op. cit., p. 614.
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