|Statement||by Sister Mary Ste. Thérèse Wittenburg.|
|LC Classifications||HD211.C2 W57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||73075313|
Get this from a library! The Machados & Rancho La Ballona; the story of the land and its ranchero, José Agustín Antonio Machado, with a genealogy of the Machado family,. [Mary Sainte Thérèse Wittenburg]. The Machados & Rancho La Ballona; the story of the land and its ranchero, Jose Agustin Antonio Machado, with a genealogy of the Machado family. Responsibility by Sister Mary Ste. Therese Wittenburg. Imprint Los Angeles, Dawson's Book Shop, Physical description 4 p.l.,72 p. ,port. 28 cm. The Machados & Rancho La Ballona; the story of the land and its ranchero, Jose Agustin Antonio Machado, with a genealogy of the Machado family. Object Type: Book Author: Wittenburg, Mary Sainte Therese. Notes " copies printed [no.] " Signed by the author on verso of last page [p]. Bibliography: p. Subjects. Image of the ruins of a Machado family adobe house on Rancho La Ballona (present-day Culver City, California)."On the Machado Ranch"--text, handwritten on negative. Title transcribed from negative; date range approximated by cataloger based on the year that film negatives came into use and the latest known dates indicated for other Hazard images in the Huntington's collection.
When Agustín Machado took his legendary dawn to dusk ride from the Playa del Rey foothills to claim acre Rancho La Ballona, the creek cut through it. We know that Ballona’s owners, Agustín Machado, his brother Ygnacio, and father and son, Felipe and Tomas Talamantes, named their rancho “La Ballona”–Paso de las Carretas. The Machados and Talamentes ran an awful lot of sheep, cattle, and horses on the land here in Rancho LA Ballona. (They had acquired part of their sheep flock from another large Rancho in Santa Monica in about ) They ate and tromped and pooped on everything in sight, native or not. This was Augustin Machados brand/5. Rancho La Ballona was a 13,acre ( km 2) Mexican land grant in present day Los Angeles County, California confirmed by governor Juan Alvarado in to Ygnacio and Augustin Machado and Felipe and Tomas Talamantes. The Machados and Talamantes had already been given a Spanish concession to graze their cattle on this land in After claim acres thanks to a land grant provided by the Mexican government, Machado took ownership of the area that today stretches from Culver City to Pico Blvd. in Santa Monica and called it “Rancho La Ballona.” While the Machados became wealthy, Ballona suffered its first major blow due to the conflicting needs between the.
He married (1) María Manuela Petra Buelna y Mejías at the Los Angeles Plaza Church on March 1, (SG Marriage ). After María died he married (2) María Ramona Sepúlveda y Serrano at the Los Angeles Plaza Church Febru He was grantee of Rancho la Ballona in and acquired Rancho Santa Rosa at Temecula from Pio Pico. Machado Ranch, originally granted to Don Ygnacio Machado was known as Rancho La Ballona and consisted of 14, acres. A print of this image appears in the Huntington Library's Verne Dyson Collection (mssHM ), p. 23 (Box 3) with the caption: "A Hand-power wine press on Rancho La Ballona. The iron crank may be seen on the left side of the. Abstract: CSLA consists of materials that Mrs. David S. (Betty) Forsyth collected on the Machado family, whose history in Los Angeles dates to the late 18th century, and on its Rancho La Ballona, which the Mexican government officially granted to the Machados and the Talamantes in (From "The Machados & Rancho La Ballona" by Sister Mary Ste. Therese Wittenburg, SND.) "Susana Machado Bernard would be considered landed gentry as her father was Augustin Machado who, in laid claim, with his brother Ygnacio and the brothers Talamantes to a 1^, acre Spanish land grant called Rancho La Ballona on what is.