The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 255
CORONADO'S Redndo Lamb aue
VISIT TO TEXAS i --Pors -
P =many pecan frees .
p =fewu pecan trees
=grapes (Mustangs) \
that ripen in June Lubboc
g =raes that are green Roswell
= m any groves of mulberrieso
m =few mulberry trees
=tuild roses known here o \ _ m m
As shown on the map bH these symbols P
all of the above types of plants are S e
found only at he North Concho(see arrow \ P
on map) whch must have been the sm,
loca fion of Coronados camp. \ North P P
Concho P "; m
NEW MEXICO mm
El Paso TEXAS Sterlin P
Excerpts from Casfaieda,a historian who City P
was with Coronado:
'The ravine which the army had now reached wuasP P
a league wide--there were many_,groves of
mulberr rees near it and ros3ebushes --They M p oo
made verjuice from the unripe g9 at hfs Gh
ravine, although there were nipe ones.There
were walnus [undoubtedly pfcans]- -Ange
The Spanish were in he above ravine
(by the present calendar) during the
lastF +o weeks of June. Prepared by GlennTole
G ReO/~ R i p
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