Notes

Notes
1
J[ohn] Wfoodhouse] Audubon, Illustrated Notes of an Expedition through Mex- ico and California (New-York: J. W. Audubon, 1852)
The Magazine of History, Extra Number 41 (Tarrytown, New York: William Abbatt, 1915)
John W. Audubon, Audubon's Western Journal: 1849-1850 Being the MS. Record of a Trip from New York to Texas, and an Overland Journey through Mexico and Arizona to the Gold-Fields of California (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1906).
2
Quarterly, March 1943.
3
C. L. Bachman, John Bachman, the Pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Charleston (Charleston, S. C, 1888), p. 274.
4
Stockton Record, July 9, 1932, article by Mrs. P. C. Hunt.
5
John E. Durivage, "Through Mexico to California, Letters and Journal of John E. Durivage," in Southern Trails to California in 1849, edited by Ralph P. Bieber (Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1937), p. 168.
7
Francis Bernard Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army ... (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903), II, 1011.
8
Magazine of History, Extra Number 41, p. 8.
9
C. L. Bachman, op. cit., p. 275.
10
Audubon's Western Journal, p. 47.
11
Samuel McNeil, McNeil's Travels in 1849, to, through and from the Gold Regions, in California (Columbus, 1850),pp. 8, 29.
12
Audubon, op. cit., p. 56.
13
Durivage, op. cit., p. 168.
15
Durivage [ca. March 24,1849], op. cit., p. 169.
16
Audubon, op. cit., pp. 76-77.
18
"From Texas to California in 1849: Diary of C. C. Cox," edited by Mabelle Eppard Martin, in Southwestern Historical Quarterly, XXIX (January 1926), 204-5.
Grant Foreman, The Adventures of James Collier, First Collector of the Port of San Francisco (Chicago: Black Cat Press, 1937), pp. 24-27.
Audubon, op. cit., pp. 164-65, Note, quoting Amiel W. Whipple, lieutenant of topographical engineers.
19
Cave J. Couts, From San Diego to the Colorado in 1849, the Journal and Maps of Cave J. Couts, edited by William McPherson (Los Angeles: Arthur M. Ellis, 1932), p. 45.
20
Audubon, op. cit., p. 161, note.
21
R. W. Brackett, A History of the Ranchos of San Diego County, San Diego: Union Title Insurance and Trust Company, 1939, p. 64.
23
Letter written by Victor Audubon to Mrs. John Bachman, December 15, 1849, both letters in the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.
24
"Two Days West of Santa Cruz," July 4, 1849.
"Table Land Between Cordilleras." July 9, 1849.
"Night Watch, (John Stevens)." July 11, 1849.
"Hut Under Rocks, 1/2 Miles from Jesus Maria." July 19, 1849.
"Jesus Maria." July 20, 1849.
"Twenty Miles West of Jesus Maria." July 24, 1849.
"Twenty Five Miles from Jesus Maria." July 29,1849.
"Cactus." Sept. 12, 1849.
"On the Great Desert." October 21, 1849.
"Zequina (Diegueno?) Indians." October 23, 1849.
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