Sra. MariaFaustinahas been praisedseveral timesfor his career, renowned teacher andscholarorigin “cabeño” that has driven thefuture of hundreds ofchildren, strengthenedthe character ofyouth andprideof his contemporariesto rescuefrom the groundhistory,culture and traditions ofthe region ofCaboSanLucas.As a studentof the pastnow becomesthe voiceof those whohad wanted totell theirmemories.
This book is only available in Spanish, but is very well done.
The legendary Captain Thomas Ritchie 1809 to 1872
The history of Cabo San Lucas begins in a remote place in time when it was inhabited by settlers of whom little is known even though they left tracks of their presence in the area. One of the most important findings is the Man of Matancitas with height between 1.75 and 1.80m and longevity of at least 75 years who fed on vegetables and proteins. Later inhabitants include the honest and friendly Pericúes, men with a remarkable resemblance to the more modern villagers who were well formed. http://www.thomasritchieincabo.com/contenido/biography.html
English version: http://www.thomasritchieincabo.com/index_en.html