Notes and transcripts of letters and documents belonging to Carrillo, made by
Thomas Savage for H.H. Bancroft's History of California. They relate mainly to Carrillo's duties as
customs officer at San Diego and Santa Barbara.
Pedro C. Carrillo, a son of Carlos Antonio Carrillo, was educated in Honolulu and Boston. He was
appointed collector of customs at San Diego and Santa Barbara, and also held the offices of alcalde and
town surveyor of Santa Barbara, and justice of the peace of Los Angeles.
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