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California

Background Information

Employment History

Governor
Alta California

Adjutant Inspector
Janos

Seventh Governor
Las Californias

Affiliations

Founder
Villa de Branciforte

Founder
Mission Loreto

Web References (49 Total References)


The pueblo was inspired by the ...

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The pueblo was inspired by the viceroy of New Spain, the Marqués of Branciforte, and California Governor Diego de Borica.


• The first public schools in ...

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• The first public schools in California were founded by Spanish governor Diego de Borica. During his term in office, the governor built ten more schools.

1795 The United States and Spain signed the Pinckney Treaty, by which Spain ceded the forts and ports to the United States on the eastern side of the Mississippi River. She also opened the river to free American navigation.
...
California governor Diego de Borica founded the Villa de Branciforte, named after the Marqués de Branciforte, Miguel de la Grua Talamanca, viceroy of Mexico.


• The first public schools in ...

coloquio.com, $reference.date [cached]

• The first public schools in California were founded by Spanish governor Diego de Borica. During his term in office, the governor built ten more schools.

1795 The United States and Spain signed the Pinckney Treaty, by which Spain ceded the forts and ports to the United States on the eastern side of the Mississippi River. She also opened the river to free American navigation.
...
California governor Diego de Borica founded the Villa de Branciforte, named after the Marqués de Branciforte, Miguel de la Grua Talamanca, viceroy of Mexico.


• The first public schools in ...

coloquio.com, $reference.date [cached]

• The first public schools in California were founded by Spanish governor Diego de Borica. During his term in office, the governor built ten more schools.

1795 The United States and Spain signed the Pinckney Treaty, by which Spain ceded the forts and ports to the United States on the eastern side of the Mississippi River. She also opened the river to free American navigation.
...
California governor Diego de Borica founded the Villa de Branciforte, named after the Marqués de Branciforte, Miguel de la Grua Talamanca, viceroy of Mexico.


• The first public schools in ...

coloquio.com, $reference.date [cached]

• The first public schools in California were founded by Spanish governor Diego de Borica. During his term in office, the governor built ten more schools.

1795 The United States and Spain signed the Pinckney Treaty, by which Spain ceded the forts and ports to the United States on the eastern side of the Mississippi River. She also opened the river to free American navigation.
...
California governor Diego de Borica founded the Villa de Branciforte, named after the Marqués de Branciforte, Miguel de la Grua Talamanca, viceroy of Mexico.

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