El San Lucas que ya conoci

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The San Lucas You Already Know.

Biography by  Maria Faustina Wilkes Ritchie.

El San Lucas que ya conocí by Maria Faustina Wilkes Ritchie. 2010

Sra. Maria Faustina has been praised several times for his career, renowned teacher and scholar origin “cabeño” that has driven the future of hundreds of children, strengthened the character of youth and pride of his contemporaries to rescue from the ground history , culture and traditions of the region of Cabo San Lucas. As a student of the past now becomes the voice of those who had wanted to tell their memories.

This book is only available in Spanish, but is very well done.

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View from Sur Beach House, Medano Beach, Cabo -2017, 2651-x2
View from Sur Beach House, Medano Beach, Cabo -2017, 2651-x2

Captain Thomas Ritchie Cabo

House of Captain Thomas Ritchie, Cabo San Lucas
House of Captain Thomas Ritchie, Cabo San Lucas

Resources for more information.

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