Sebastian Vizcaino


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Noun1.Sebastian Vizcaino - Spanish explorer who was the first European to explore the California coast (1550-1615)
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Lang, a retired history professor, and Walker, a retired physician and map collector, collect primary sources like journal entries, book excerpts, maps, and drawings related to explorers of the maritime Pacific Northwest: Sebastian Vizcaino, Vitus Bering, Aleksei Chirikov, Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, Bruno de Hezeta, James Cook, Jean-Francois de Galaup, Alejandro Malaspina, George Vancouver, Robert Gray, Dionisio Alcala Galiano, and others, such as fur traders.
It is separated by the 62-mile wide Sebastian Vizcaino Bay and is 13.
The study area was in the midwestern portion of the Baja California Peninsula, within Sebastian Vizcaino Bay, Mexico (Fig.
Mientras Alonso de Munoz y Rodrigo de Vivero viajaron a la Corte en Madrid para defender el acuerdo, el virrey Luis de Velasco decidio aprovechar la coyuntura y despachar a un enviado especial, Sebastian Vizcaino, para que visitara al shogun y le expresara formalmente su agradecimiento por la asistencia que le habia brindado a Vivero y aprovechara el viaje para devolver a su pais a los japoneses que lo habian acompanado en el viaje de regreso de este a la Nueva Espana.
El comerciante, militar y explorador espanol Sebastian Vizcaino descubre la bahia de Monterey (hoy en el estado de California), donde funda el puerto del mismo nombre.
Spain had claimed this land when it was first spotted by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542, then in 1602 explorer Sebastian Vizcaino (who in fact named San Diego, as was the custom, after the saint whose feast day fell closest to the sighting) sailed to the northern coasts and earmarked for Spain what was to be Monterey Bay.
Dentro de los puntos sobresalientes del manuscrito, destacan: en primer lugar, la mencion de los viajes de Sebastian Vizcaino y Martin Aguilar (F 16v, 17, 17v, 18, 19, 19v), quienes en el ano de 1603, partiendo un ano antes de Acapulco, llegaron a los cabos Mendocino y Blanco, localizados a los 42[grados] y 43[grados] de latitud norte (costas del actual estado de Oregon, USA).
Although the speckletail flounder occurs commonly along the southern coast of Mexico, Central America, and northwestern South America, it had not previously been caught north of Sebastian Vizcaino Bay, Baja California, Mexico (Moser and Charter 1996).