1848-02-13: Partition of Santa Ana y Quien Sabe Attempted

Partition was attempted: Quien Sabe for Anzar, Santa Ana for Larios.

Abstract v.2 p. 231 – per Bolado/Arques suit of 1869.

Executed in San Juan Bautista.

Agreements Book A, p. 63 and 67 (both in Spanish)

NOTE: v. 1 p.167 says it was Feb. 3, not 13th.

The dividing Line between Santa Ana and Quien Sabe was supposed to be:

v.2 p.230: From the creek called Arroyo del Pecacho running along the summit of the mountains or ridge which separated the two places in all the meandering of the said ridge passing by the place called Aguage (watering place?) del Clerigo, leaving in the side of Juan Anzar the place called Llanitos and there turning and running to a point called Puerto del Rosario.

1848-02-02: Peace Treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo signed; Mexico Cedes California to the US

Treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo signed, ending U.S. Mexican war. As a part of the Mexican Cession, in return for $15 million, Mexico ceeds California to the US.


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