3 edition of Wenceslaus Linck"s diary of his 1766 expedition to northern Baja California. found in the catalog.
Wenceslaus Linck"s diary of his 1766 expedition to northern Baja California.
Primary text translated from the original manuscript, now Bancroft Library (University of California) MS. M-M 1855.
|Series||Baja California travels series ;, 5|
|Contributions||Burrus, Ernest J., ed. & tr., Bancroft Library.|
|LC Classifications||F1246 .L56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||66024236|
Wenceslaus Linck's Diary of His Expedition to Northern Baja California. by Linck, Wenceslaus; Burris, Ernest J. S.J. (translated into English, Edited and Annotated by) Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop. Printed by Grant Dahlstrom at the Castle Press, 42 Wenceslaus Linck, Wenceslaus Linck’s Diary of His Expedition to Northern Baja California, trans. Ernest J. Burrus (Los Angeles: Dawson’s Book Shop, ), 59, Linck was born in Neudek, Bohemia in , entered the Society of Jesus in Brünn, lived in California from to , and died in Olomouc, Moravia in
Jesuit campaigns: Rivera accompanied Ferdinand Consag on his epoch-making expeditions and served with Wenceslaus Linck, the last great Jesuit explorer of the Baja peninsula. Rivera also helped to establish the last three and northern-most mission enters: Santa Gertrudis in , San Borja in , and Santa Maria in Part of Vancouver’s expedition to North America in , Broughton went on to explore the northern Japanese and Korean coasts. His comments illustrate some of the Western mindset during the age of exploration and provides descriptions of Korean villages, clothing, and is also not the last Westerner to remark on the absence of young women.
Wenzel Linck, getauft als Wentzl Bernard Linck, (* März in Neudek; † 8. Februar in Olmütz) war ein böhmischer Jesuit und Missionar. Sein Verdienst war die geographischen Erforschung der Halbinsel Baja California im heutigen Mexiko.. Leben. Wenzel Linck wurde als Sohn des Stadtrichters und Primators Wenzel Prokop Linck († ) und dessen zweiter . BAJA CALIFORNIA BIBLIOGRAPHY. From Miraculous Air (with some post-publication additions). Part I: The South. Baja Sun, "Todos Santos Water Crisis," September/October Bruce Berger, Almost and Island, University of Arizona Press, Buffum, E. Gould, Six Months in the Gold Mines: From a Journal of Three Years' Residence in Upper and Lower California .
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Wenceslaus Linck's diary of his expedition to northern Baja California. Los Angeles, Dawson's Book Shop, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wenceslaus Linck; Ernest J Burrus; Bancroft Library.
Baja California Travels Series. General editors: Edwin Carpenter & Glen Dawson 5 Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop. Printed by Grant Dahlstrom at the Castle Press, First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. pages, 1 page limitation statement. Frontispiece map.
Illustrated with 2 folding maps one in back pocket and illustrations. Brown cloth hardcover with title on the spine. Wenceslaus Linck (Wenceslau Linck) (29 March – 8 February ) was the last of the outstanding Jesuit missionary-explorers in Baja California.
Born in Nejdek, Bohemia (now Czechia), he entered the Jesuit order at age 18 and studied at Brno and New Spain, he continued his studies in Mexico City and Puebla between and In he was sent to Baja California.
Ernest Joseph Burrus (–) was a Jesuit and a leading historian of northwestern New Spain, particularly the Baja California peninsula and made notable contributions in editing many accounts of the Jesuit period in documents from European archives.
Burrus was born in El Paso, Texas, on Ap He received his ordination as a Jesuit priest in Authority control: BNE: XX, ISNI:. All the pagan Indians fled except two whom they brought to us at midnight. [Ernest J. Burrus (Trans.), Wenceslaus Linck's Diary of his Expedition (Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, ), p.
] Dr. Ronald L. Ives has mapped Link's route of travel based on the padre's diary. Wenceslaus Linck’s Diary of his Expedition to Northern Baja California, Translated into English, Edited and Annotated by F. Burrus, S.D., Baja California Travels Series: 5 (Los Angeles: Dawson’s Book Shop, ).
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Burrus, S.J. (ed.), Wenceslaus Linck´s - Diary of his Expedition to Northern Baja California (), Los Angeles- Wenceslaus Link´s Reports et Letters –, Los Angeles The letters of Jacob Baegert, Jesuit missionary in Baja California / Author: translated by Elsbeth Schulz-Bischof ; introduced and edited by Doyce B.
Nunis, Jr. Publication info: Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, Format: Book. A natural and civil history of California [microform]: containing an accurate description of that count A natural and civil history of California [microform]: containing an accurate descrpition of that count Wenceslaus Linck's diary of his expedition to northern Baja California.
Translated into English, ed. Title: Wenceslaus Linck's diary of his expedition to northern Baja California / translated into English, edited and annotated by Ernest J. Burrus. Publication info: Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, SPEC-COLL CALL NUMBER: 1)Z D no.4 1 NON-CIRC RARE.
Below the last map, I said: "This Nascimben map is found in the Dawson Baja Travelers Series book #5 ('Wenceslaus Linck's Diary of his Expedition to Northern Baja California'). I hope some of you Baja explorers enjoy it as much as I. (Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 77 pp.) Wenceslaus Linck's Diary of His Expedition to Northern Baja California.
Translated, edited, and annotated by Ernest J. Burrus, S. (Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, pp.) Reviewed by Noel J. Stowe. These three small volumes form an important segment of the Baja California Travels.
[The first 51 volumes in] The Baja California Travels Series. Author: Carpenter, Edwin & Glen Dawson, eds. Place: Los Angeles. Publisher: Dawson's Book Shop / Natural History Museum. Date: W enceslaus Linck’ s Diary of His Expedition to Northern Baja California. Dawson’s Book Shop, Los Angeles These data suggest a link.
Wenceslaus Linck consistently used Gulf of California (“Wenceslaus Linck’s Diary of his Expedition to Northern Baja California,” translated into English, edited and annotated by Ernest J. Burrus, Dawson’s Book Shop, Los Angeles, AND “S.J.
Wenceslaus Linck’s Reports and Letters ,” translated into English, edited and. The very first written mention of the spring comes from the diary of Jesuit Padre Wenceslaus Linck.
On his expedition to find potential new mission sites, Linck and his party arrived at a spring the California Indians called Keita.
This was on March 3, and on their return journey, on April 7, All who traveled Baja California benefited from it. Its water was even used for building Highway One, back in. The first European discovery of Agua Dulce was made by Jesuit Padre Wenceslaus Linck on March 3,during his expedition north from Mission San Borja.
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Captain Juan Bautista de Anza II (Fronteras, New Spain, – Arizpe, New Spain, ) began promoting the need for a land route from Northern Mexico to Alta California in That year, he asked Viceroy Antonio Maria de Bucareli y Ursua for permission to lead an expedition, adding to his own petition the one his father had also previously made in as guarantee.Copy Link URL Copied!
charting the Gulf of California and venturing up the western coast of Baja California. With supplies dwindling, the Santa Agueda returned to Mexico.
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