Title:Temescal : [Riverside County, Calif.]
Creator/Contributor:Leighton, W. H. (William H.), author
United States. District Court (California : Southern District). Land case. 374, Related Name Indexing Term
Includes table of boundaries, surveyors' certifications, and index.Oriented with north toward upper left.Pen-and-ink and watercolor on tracing cloth.From: U.S. District Court. California, Southern District. Land case 374 SD, page 375; land case map F-1425 (Bancroft Library)."No. 374. J.O.W. map referred to in the depo. of John Foster. Filed Feby. 7th, 1861 ... ""Los Angeles, Dec. 3d, 1860. I hereby certify this map to be a true and correct plat of the Rancho of Temescal according to the original field notes of the survey made by me during the month of October 1860, William H. Leighton, Civil Engr. & Land Surveyor."Shows drainage, roads, survey markers, boundaries, adjoining ranchos, etc.Relief shown by shading and hachures.4362 T28
Subject:Rancho Temescal (Riverside County, Calif.) -- Maps, Manuscript
1 ms. map : col. ; on sheet 79 x 109 cm.
Scale [ca. 1:31,680].
Local Call Number:
Land Case Map F-1425
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