In 1 828-1 829 William G. Dana was engaged in building a schooner at Goleta, which was first christened La Fama and afterwards Santa Barbara.
George William Beattie, Heritage of the Valley, Pasadena, San Pasqual Press, 1939, p. 68
Ibid., p. 59
Don Benito Wilson in his Observations of Early Days (Histori- cal Society of Southern California Annual Publication, 1934),
Juan Crespin Perez was first grantee of Rancho Paso de Bartolo Viejo in 1835.
Pioneer Notes, Diaries of Judge Benj. Hayes pp. 88-89
William B. Stockton, a member of Co. F, New York Volunteers, came to California in 1847.
Judge Hayes' Notes, Pancho Daniel was lynched Nov. 30, 1858.
Barton's murder took place January 30, 1857.
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