San Pasqual, San Diego County, California

Anthony Pico, former chairman of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay

Once located in the San Pasqual Valley and for which the valley is named.

- San Pasqual, San Diego County, California

6 related topics

Relevance

San Pasqual Valley, San Diego

Northernmost community of the city of San Diego.

Map indicating places where the language is called castellano (in red) or español (in blue)

It is named for the Kumeyaay village of San Pasqual that was once located there.

Rancho Santa Maria de Los Peñasquitos

8486 acre Mexican land grant in present-day southwestern San Diego County, California given in 1823 to Francisco María Ruiz.

A view of the courtyard at the Johnson-Taylor Ranch House, in about 1933.

Rancho Peñasquitos was 20 miles from San Diego and 16 miles from the next station at San Pasqual.

Santa Ysabel Asistencia

Founded on September 20, 1818 at Cañada de Santa Ysabel in the mountains east of San Diego , as a asistencia or "sub-mission" to Mission San Diego de Alcalá, and to serve as a rest stop for those travelling between San Diego and Sonora.

The Church of Saint John the Baptist, erected on the site of the original Santa Ysabel Asistencia in 1924.
Cemetery at Santa Ysabel Asistencia
The chapel at Santa Ysabel Asistencia, c. 1875.

San Ysabel was 24 miles from Warner's and 28 miles from San Pasqual through Rancho Valle de Pamo (also called Rancho Santa María).

Southern Emigrant Trail

Major land route for immigration into California from the eastern United States that followed the Santa Fe Trail to New Mexico during the California Gold Rush.

An American wagon train at Maricopa Wells in 1857.
Remains of the Southern Emigrant Trail at Warner's Ranch in 2017

From Warner's the road then ran either northwest to Los Angeles, (via Temecula, La Laguna, Temescal, Chino, La Puente and San Gabriel) or west southwest to San Diego via Santa Ysabel, San Pasqual and Rancho Peñasquitos.

San Antonio–San Diego Mail Line

The earliest overland stagecoach and mail operation from the Eastern United States to California in operation between 1857 and 1861.

Wells Fargo mud-coach

San Ysabel to San Pasqual, 28 mi

Rancho San Antonio Abad

Now the western part of Tijuana in the Tijuana Municipality of Baja California, Mexico.

Playas de Tijuana.

On January 2, 1856, Santiago Arguello signed a sworn statement about the legal validity of the Mexican title of the San Pascual Rancheria.