The Location of the Indian Village of Temecula

July 1, 1972

The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Summer 1972, Volume 18, Number 3
James E Moss, Editor

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Indian Village Temecula

Page 6. “Indian Village Temecula” Vischer Sketch of 1865.

Present site of the Village of Temecula

Page 7. Present site of the Village of Temecula corresponding to the Vischer Sketch of 1865. The mound in right foreground is site of the Apis Adobe (Temecula Ranch). Temecula was on the bluff in the center background. View looking westerly.

Present site of the Village of Temecula

Page 7. Present site of the Village of Temecula. Looking westerly, left to right, site of the Village on bluff, Temecula Creek, and Pauba Ranch headquarters.

Page 8. The Village of Temecula & vicinity

Page 9. PARTITION MAP of the LITTLE TEMECULA RANCHO
Survey by Order of the Court,
November, 1891
Lew B. Harris, Jr., C.E.

Page 10. Sketch from a plat drawn by George A. Pendleton accompanying report to County Judge D. B. Kurtz after investigation of the Appeal of the Temecula Indians from the decision of the Magistrate Juan Machado in 1859.