Page 7. Col. George Ruhlen
Page 7. Lt. Col. Philip St. G. Cooke, commander of the Mormon Battalion.
Page 8. Andrew B. Gray, Chief Engineer and Surveyor for the United States, convinced Davis that the future of San Diego lay beside the bay. He joined in the cartel with Davis, and along with T.D. Johns, prepared the survey for the layout of New San Diego.
Page 8. George F. Hooper, another of Davis’ partners in the New San Diego venture.
Page 9. Gen. Nathaniel Lyon. As Captain Lyon, 2d Infantry, he supervised construction of depot buildings in the “barrack block.”
Page 10. “The Hermitage,” built by A.B. Gray, was one of the first hostelries in New San Diego. It was located on State between Market and Island Streets.
Page 10. New San Diego Barracks, California. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Page 11. Plan of San Diego Barracks, Drawn by Col. Ruhlen
Page 13. Plan of San Diego Barracks, California, 1879.
Page 14. San Diego Barracks, 1906. From Title Insurance & Trust Company Historical Collection