Cabrillo



Juan Rodríguez [rod-ree-ges] /rɒdˈri gɛs/ (Show IPA), (Joao Rodrigues Cabrilho) 1499?–1543, Spanish explorer, born in Portugal: discovered California.
Contemporary Examples

The Billionaire and the Fugitive Meir Doron, Joseph Gelman July 22, 2011

Historical Examples

History of California Helen Elliott Bandini
Historic Towns of the Western States Various
The Old Franciscan Missions Of California George Wharton James
What I Saw in California Edwin Bryant
In the Footprints of the Padres Charles Warren Stoddard
The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1 Hubert Howe Bancroft
History of California Helen Elliott Bandini
A Truthful Woman in Southern California Kate Sanborn
The Old Franciscan Missions Of California George Wharton James

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