The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 27, July 1923 - April, 1924 Page: 189
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Location of La Salle's Colony On Gulf of Mexico 189
name of Nuestra Sefiora de Loreto. Across the river was estab-
lished the mission of Espiritu Santo. Four years later the fort
and mission were moved northwest to Mission Valley, near the
present Victoria, and in 1749 were transferred to the San Antonio
river, to become the nucleus of the present city of Goliad. Thus,
the relics on the banks of the Garcitas mark the site of both
La Salle's colony and the Spanish presidio of Loreto. The walls
still visible are probably the remains of the Spanish rather than
the French fortification.
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as is also that in which they burned the powder; and on opening the
trenches for the fortification there were found nails, pieces of musket-
locks, and fragments of other things which the French use." Juan Antonio
de la Pefia, Derrotero de la empedoid6n en la provincial de los Texas (Mexico,
1722), f. 27.
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