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Francisco Garcés when he explored the Bakersfield area on May 1, 1776.
Other expeditions under another Franciscan missionary Francisco Garcés, and Captain Juan Bautista de Anza then explored and traded in the southern part of the region, finding shorter and less arduous routes through the mountains and deserts which connected Sonora to New Mexico and California, but did not become part of the Old Spanish Trail, with the exception of some of the paths through the Mojave Desert.

Garcés and up
A desert branch of the Serrano Native Americans called the Vanyume or Beñemé, as Father Garcés called them, lived beyond and along much of the length of the Mojave River, from the east of Barstow to at least the Victorville region, and perhaps even farther upstream to the south, lived along the river for up to 8, 000 years.
The individuals involved included, the Arellano brothers, David and Francisco ; Juan Quiñones ( who designed the team uniform and colors ); Luis Contreras ( who came up with the name ); Rubén and Nicolás Arroyo ; Clemente Acuña ; Guillermo Garcés ; Rubén Sepúlveda ; Eduardo Stavelton ; and Luis Mancilla.

Garcés and Mojave
The Franciscan missionary-explorer Francisco Garcés estimated the Mohave population in 1776 as approximately 3, 000 Mojave Indians ( Garcés 1900 ( 2 ): 450 ).
Garcés became a key player in that effort, conducting extensive explorations in the Sonoran, Colorado, and Mojave Deserts, the Gila River, and the Colorado River from the Gulf of California and Lower Colorado River Valley to the Grand Canyon.
The route Garcés took to the coast became known to later travelers as the Mojave Road.
The first Tejon Pass ( original ) between the Mojave Desert ( and New Spain ) over the Tehachapi Mountains to the southern San Joaquin Valley floor ( future site of Bakersfield ) had been discovered by Garcés in 1776, eastward from the Anza Colonizing Expedition route.

Garcés and River
In 1779 Garcés and Juan Diaz established two mission churches on the lower Colorado River at Yuma Crossing, as part of a new pueblo ( secular settlement ), in the Quechan peoples ( Yuma or Kwítsaín ) homeland.
In 1779 Father Francisco Garcés was assigned to establish a mission at Yuma crossing of the Colorado River.
Included in the casualties were Fernando Rivera y Moncada military commander and former governor of California and Father Francisco Garcés founder of the missions on the Colorado River.

Garcés and early
Virtually all productions today, however, use the original ending, as do nearly all of the film versions of this play, including Dariush Mehrjui's Sara ( the Argentine version, made in 1943 and starring Delia Garcés, does not ; it also modernizes the story, setting it in the early 1940s ).

Garcés and 1776
When Father Francisco Garcés visited the area in 1776, he recorded that the Indians were cultivating crops.
From 1769 to 1776 the Franciscan missionary Francisco Garcés of converso morisco descent, was exploring Sonora, Baja California, California, Arizona, and Nevada.
* Web de Anza: 1776 Diary of Padre Francisco Garcés — Colonizing Expedition: during October-December 1776.

Garcés and .
His earliest years were passed in the monastery of Siresa, learning to read and write and to practice the military arts until the tuition of Lope Garcés the Pilgrim, who was repaid for his services by his former charge with the county of Pedrola when Alfonso came to the throne.
His paternal grandmother was also a Christian, the royal infanta Onneca Fortúnez, daughter of the captive king Fortún Garcés of Pamplona.
In 927, Abd-ar-Rahman also launched a campaign against the rebel Banu Qasi clan, but was forced to break it off by the intervention of King Jimeno Garcés of Pamplona.
* April 12 – Padre Francisco Garcés, Spanish missionary ( d. 1781 )
* Garcés, Francisco.
On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garcés.
* Garcés M. ( 2009 ) Emotional Theory of Rationality, " Entertainment = Emotion " workshop, C. C Benasque, Spain –
Teruel was founded in 1176 by Sancho Sánchez Muñoz and Blasco Garcés Marcilla.
Later in his reign, he formed a liaison with Urraca Fernández, widow of count Rodrigo Martínez and daughter of Fernando Garcés de Hita, an apparent grandson of García Sánchez III of Navarre, having a daughter Stephanie the Unfortunate ( 1148 – 1180 ), who was killed by her jealous husband, Fernán Ruiz de Castro.
With the support of king Jimeno Garcés of Pamplona, they drove Alfonso Fróilaz to the eastern marches of Asturias, and divided the kingdom among themselves with Alfonso Ordóñez receiving the crown of León and his elder brother Sancho being acclaimed king in Galicia.
Alfonso had married Oneca Sánchez of Pamplona, niece of his ally Jimeno Garcés and daughter of Sancho I of Pamplona by Toda of Navarre.
Richard Alan Garcés Mendoza, Jr. ( born May 18, 1971 in Maracay, Venezuela ) is a former right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball.
The Red Sox asked Garcés to lose weight over an off-season, which he did.
In 1999, Garcés posted a 5 – 1 record with 33 strikeouts, a 1. 55 earned run average, and two saves, and earned one victory against the Cleveland Indians in the American League Division Series.
Although only 31 years old in 2002, Garcés ' performance displayed a much-weakened arm strength.
In a ten-year career, Garcés compiled a 23 – 10 record with a 3. 74 ERA, seven saves, 53 holds, 296 strikeouts, 164 walks, and 341-1 / 3 innings pitched in 287 games, holding opponents to a. 227 batting average.
In June 2005, Garcés signed a minor league contract with the Red Sox, pitched in the Gulf Coast League for the Gulf Coast Red Sox.
Garcés played for the Venezuelan Professional Winter League in 2006, finishing 3 – 1 with 11 saves and a 2. 31 ERA in 24 appearances for the Aguilas del Zulia.

explored and up
With curiosity and elan, he explored every inch of glen, beach and burn, once stranding himself for hours on a ledge high up a sheer seventy-foot cliff and waiting with calm faith to be rescued by Maxwell, who nearly lost his life in doing so.
The most representative site explored up to now is Knossos ( see Crete ) which has yielded not only the most various but the most continuous evidence from the Neolithic age to the twilight of classical civilization.
Later in 1792 the Vancouver Expedition explored over up the Columbia, into the Columbia River Gorge.
* Interactive Google Map of Lewis and Clark's Expedition Zoom in on the actual locations Lewis and Clark explored as you digitally walk up the Missouri River.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition ( 1804 ) traveled up the Missouri River ; the Red River Expedition ( 1806 ) explored the Red River basin ; the Pike Expedition ( 1806 ) also started up the Missouri, but turned south to explore the Arkansas River watershed.
Rich deposits of oil and natural gas are found under the sea bottom and are being explored commercially, in the areas with sea depths of up to about one kilometre.
After Mendoza returned unexpectedly to Spain, two other members of the expedition -- Juan de Salazar de Espinosa and Gonzalo de Mendoza -- explored the Río Paraguay and met up with Irala.
For a brief while it was also implied that Skuld had a crush on Keiichi ; the second special episode of the first TV series ( where she's grown up for a day ) explored this angle by placing Skuld and Keiichi in situations where they appear as a couple.
We also had an ability to come up with funny things and great situations that had to be explored.
Though European mariners, such as John Cabot and Alonso Sanchez in the 15th Century and the Norse 500 years still earlier, explored the Gulf of St. Lawrence the first European explorer known to have sailed up the St. Lawrence River itself was Jacques Cartier, during his second trip to Canada in 1535, with the help of Iroquoian chief Donnacona's two sons.
Ernst was still the left-engaged ladies man but even his lyrics explored new territories ; in Het Beste he decides that his fatherhood has become a failure, and in Overspel the ladies man has grown up to discover his potential for adultery ( although not succumbing to it ).
Captain Benjamin Bonneville on his expedition of 1832 to 1834 explored much of the Oregon trail and brought wagons up the Platte, North Platte, Sweetwater route across South Pass to the Green River in Wyoming.
The territory that made up the former Chita Oblast was first explored by Cossacks led by Pyotr Beketov in 1653.
The show explored her experiences growing up in 1970s New York City.
They explored the river at least as far up as Winton.
The area now known as Dundalk was first explored by John Smith in 1608, when while conducting an expedition up the Chesapeake Bay he landed on the area known as the Patapsco Neck.
The first settlers of Hopkins arrived in 1852 as land around the growing Minneapolis-St. Paul area was opening up and being explored by members stationed at Fort Snelling.
Rupert also explored 150 miles up the Gambia River, taking two Spanish vessels as prizes and contracting malaria in the process.
The first expedition, made up of climbers from Winnipeg, made their attempt on the northwestern flank which had not been explored by the Mundays.
He ascended the Paraná as far as the present-day city of Asunción, and also explored up the Paraguay River.
After Helmet split up, Hamilton started Gandhi, toured with David Bowie and explored a variety of musical styles.
They were instrumental in opening up the various Emigrant Trails ( widened into wagon roads ) allowing Americans in the east to settle the new territories of the far west by organized wagon trains traveling over roads explored and in many cases, physically improved by the mountain men and the big fur companies originally to serve the mule train based inland fur trade.
The area was first explored by European colonists in 1826, when Captain Patrick Logan, Commandant of the Moreton Bay penal colony, sailed up the Brisbane River and discovered large deposits of limestone and other minerals.

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