Video Histories of the Los Cabos area

Video Histories of the Los Cabos area from YouTube

 

Cabo San Lucas y su Historia

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Basico Historico 4, El Ciclon de 1939

Breve historia acerca de los hechos que se sucitaron en 1939 debido a un ciclon.

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Breve reseña historica sobre la empacadora de atún que alguna vez existio en Cabo San Lucas.
Don Luis Bulness is giving some of the presentation.

Basico Historico 5, La Empacadora

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Historia De La Empacadora De Atun De Cabo San Lucas………..

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Historia de los cabos

guillermo32170
Published on Nov 28, 2010

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Los Cabos, Loreto, san Javier y mas en un recorrido POR BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR
FERNANDO JARAMILLO ESTRADA
Published on Aug 26, 2009

Conoce el origen de Baja California sur, su historia y hermosos lugares que encantan al visitante….

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baja california sur año 1957

baja california sur año 1957 presentacion trabajo final de estadistica

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Cabo San Lucas en Los 1940’s

Hermoso documental de este bello puerto. Esperamos que sea de su agrado.

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HISTORIA GRAFICA DE LOS CABOS, MÉXICO

Fotos y gráficas de diferentes archivos que muestran pasajes de la historia de mi bella tierra.

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HISTORIA GRAFICA DE LOS CABOS, MÉXICO

Hermelida Vargas Hermelida Vargas

Published on Dec 20, 2009

Fotos y gráficas de diferentes archivos que muestran pasajes de la historia de mi bella tierra.

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Abelardo “Rod” Rodriguez Montijo

Abelardo “Rod” L. Rodriguez Montijo

 

Abelardo L. Rodriguez Montijo and Lucille Bremer
Abelardo L. Rodriguez Montijo and Lucille Bremer

Abelardo Rodriguez opened the very first resort, Rancho las Cruces, Baja’s original luxury fishing resort, built on the beach at the base of a remote arroyo near La Paz in 1950. His second resort,  Palmilla at San Jose del Cabo was built in 1956. Founder of the  original Hotel Hacienda Cabo San Lucas in 1962. 

Fernando Consag

Ferdinand Konščak, a Croatian, (variously also Fernando Consag, Konsag, Konschak.

Jesuit missionary, explorer, and cartographer

Ferdinand Konščak, a Croatian, (variously also Fernando Consag, Konsag, Konschak, etc.) (December 2, 1703 – September 10, 1759)
was a Jesuit missionary, explorer, and cartographer.

Born : December 2, 1703, Varaždin, Croatia
Died : September 10, 1759, San Ignacio
Title : Society of Jesus

Konščak was born in Varaždin, Croatia, and attended primary and secondary school in his native city. At sixteen he finished the expected grades and was admitted to the novitiate of the Society of Jesus in Trenčín, Slovakia, In 1729, Konščak left for Cádiz in Spain, then went to North America, where he was active as a missionary on New Spain’s Baja California peninsula (today part of Mexico), from 1732 to the end of his life. His headquarters was at Mission San Ignacio. From 1748 he acted as the superior of the mission and later, in 1758, inspector of all missions in Baja California. Konščak spoke various dialects of the local Cochimí language.

Read more here:  www.oldcabo.com/island-of-california-map/

Wikipedia: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernando_Consag