|Californian Sails Through Channel Islands
|History and Prehistory of Lake County
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The photos below chronicle the Channel Island expedition that Dr. Parker joined in
June 2009. Click on any picture to enlarge.
The voyage was aboard the Tall Ship Californian, a replica 1850's
revenue cutter that use to ply the California coastal waters in search of
smugglers. The Californian is the State's official "Tall Ship" and the
course set through the Channel Islands followed closely that taken by
Juan Cabrillo in 1542. Captain of the Californian, Dr. Ray Ashley is a
scholar who has spent years studying Cabrillo's voyage along with those
who came after him.
|First stop, Santa Barbara Island
|Seventh stop, San Nicolas Island
|Nineth stop, Catalina Island, then back to San Diego
|Forth stop, Santa Rosa Island
|Fifth stop, Santa Barbara
|Eighth stop, San Clemente Island
|Sixth stop, San Miguel Island
|Third stop, Santa Cruz Island
|Second stop, Anacapa Island